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On The Moon vs.
In 1666 Sir Isaac Newton formulated the Law of Universal Gravitation. Since then, scientists have based their lunar research speculations on calculations using Newton's 1666 Law resulting in the estimation that the moon's gravity is only 1/6 or 16% that of the earth's gravity. Based on this 1/6 gravity assumption is the notion that life can not be supported on the moon because there is not enough gravity to support the necessary atmosphere, etc., required for life to exist.
of water ice found on moon's north pole ..."
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this works: Prior to going into space, scientists estimated that the neutral
gravity point - the location between the earth and moon, where the moon's
and the earth's gravitational pull is zero or neutral - was approximately
23,900 miles above the lunar surface. Based on this estimate, the theory
of 1/6 lunar gravity was rationalized. However, this is not
|References: History of Rocketry & Space Travel, Werner von Braun, Time Magazine, Report From Apollo 11, etc.|
Excerpts from NASA's own publication (N6624927), released in 1966,
chronologically lists recorded lunar observations and activities:
From 1871 to 1896, 40 members
of England's Royal Astronomical Society reported observing various geometrical
shaped light patterns on the moon. In the following years, came confirmed
sightings of a moving 50 wide opaque object, great white domes and long
bridge like structures on the Plane of Mare Crisium. In 1958 , both US
and Soviet scientists collectively observed a huge glowing oval
object upon the lunar surface. Washington Daily News 1968
Commander Young, Apollo 10, "Boy, I never saw anything like that, it seems the colors are different on the backside; they seem lighter, primarily because of the miara. They're shades of white, black and brown."
Commander Cernan, Apollo 10 "The centers of some of the craters as if they may be radioactive. They just glow in the very dim light."
Astronaut Borman, "It looks like clouds down there."
NASA's Dr. John Freeman reported that instruments left on the moon by Apollo 12 and 14 detected lunar water geysers lasting 14 hours. Water clouds clouds erupted through the cracks on the lunar surface, and the cloud spread to cover an area of more than 10 square miles. "The moon is not a completely dead and inactive place, it is still actively quaking and still actively venting gas." 1971
Atmosphere and pressure must
exist in order to support cloud formations, and gravity to sustain that
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Documented With Over
By Fred Steckling
Plate 89 (front cover) and
Near Crater Plato.
Space Beings Have Visited Earth, USA Astronomer's Belief... Dr. Carl Sagan Astronomer at the University of California recently told the American Rocket Society the earth may have been visited many times by various galactic civilizations and a base may be maintained for such visits. The hidden side of the moon, he said, would be a reasonable location. He also stated organic life may exist beneath the moons surface and previously he said life may exist on the giant Planet Jupiter." 1962