Another hoax is born - Ken Johnston and the alien cities on the moon

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Another hoax is born - Ken Johnston and the alien cities on the moon

Pravda, one of the nets most flakiest news site, has an article about finding ruined cities on the moon. Apparently a new book writen by an ex NASA employee, Ken Johnston, and Richard Hoagland reveals ancient lunar civilizations.

While trying to see if this article was carried by something more reputable, I found that only similar flakey sites were discussing it, some with open mouthed gullible wonder.
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The former manager of the Data and Photo Control Department at NASA’s Lunar Receiving Laboratory during the manned Apollo Lunar Program, Ken Johnston, has released quite a number of sensational statements recently in the USA.

The specialist said that U.S. astronauts found ancient ruins of artificial origin and a previously unknown technology to control gravitation when then landed on the Moon. Astronauts took pictures of the objects that they found, but NASA ordered Johnston to destroy the images. Johnston did not follow the order. He said that the U.S. government had been keeping this information a secret for 40 years.


with copies from other flakey sites

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supporting flakey articles

Here is an extract from the book about "Datashead"

From the link above is a rock that is supposedly like "broken machinery"!
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Schmitt moves off to the side to take numerous images of the interior of the crater. In some of these images, strange objects can be seen which do not resemble the fractured, volcanic rocks which would be expected at this site.

Instead, they look like large chunks of broken machinery. Shortly before leaving for the next station, Schmitt stops and takes several high resolution pans of the inside of Shorty crater and the area around it. Intrigued by other images of mechanical looking debris and orange soil in the area, we obtained early generation negatives of the pans, and subjected them to processing and color enhancement
The technique here is to take something ordinary, blow it up to show hazy shapes and poor definition and then 'suggest' that this shape appears to be whatever you want, a human head, a bit of machinery, Mickey Mouse, you name it.

Still looks like a rock to me, with the same shadowing as the rock in the foreground.

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By netchicken: posted on 2-11-2007

These guys are so funny :)

See this
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As we scanned the center of Shorty, we noticed a very large and strange looking artifact that strongly resembled a pump mechanism or engine housing. Nicknamed “the turkey” because of its odd resemblance that terrestrial creature
So why call it the "turkey" when everyone thinks it reveals a pump mechanism? Why not call it the "pump"?

This article gets more bizzare when a rock is described as a "skull" and then considered a "robots head" and compared to C3PO!

A space fantasy with a fictional robot used to prove that there is a robots head on the moon!


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By netchicken: posted on 2-11-2007

First they say we didnt go to the moon and then they say there are aliens on the moon.

This is as ridiculous as the philosophical writings in the dark ages where people kept arguing back and forth if the Earth was the center of the universe or if the Earth revolves around the sun or vice versa.
By IAF: posted on 2-11-2007

It gets worse, now there are giant transparent domes on the moon. How do you know they are real? Because you _can't_ see them.

Logical of course, I suspect the moon elephants exist for a similar reason.
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Lunar ruins? Intelligent artifacts? Deep mysteries? Impenetrable secrets? The work of inscrutable forces we may never understand? NASA cover-ups to suppress the truth... until the public is ready?

Are there really large, nearly-invisible glass objects hiding in the background of some classic NASA shots from the Apollo missions?

By netchicken: posted on 8-11-2007

Wonderful review of Hoagland's new book that 'exposes' the coverup of giant structures on the moon.

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Hoagland’s conspiracy theory goes something like this: in 1959 a report by the Brookings Institution warned that encountering extraterrestrial intelligence could lead to the “collapse of our civilization.”

(Hoagland never explained why anybody in the government would have believed such a ridiculous statement, or, more importantly, how this would actually happen. Psychic shock leading to massive riots? People losing the will to live? Considering that a lot of people on this planet already believe a lot of crazy things and don’t riot over them, I fail to see how this would change anything.)

John F. Kennedy then told NASA to send a man to the Moon, supposedly to beat the Russians. Then—proving that beating the Russians was not the real motive—Kennedy decided to “give Apollo to the Russians.” After initially rejecting this offer, Nikita Khrushchev accepted it in early November 1963, as recounted by his rocket engineer son, Sergei Khrushchev, in his memoirs.

Two weeks later, Kennedy was assassinated (apparently with NASA involvement). The Beatles then took America by storm. NASA sent astronauts to the Moon, where agency leaders expected to find evidence of giant alien structures that rise several miles above the surface. In fact, the visors of the astronauts’ spacesuits were gold-coated to enable them to see better in the ultraviolet where they could see these structures, which are made out of glass.

The astronauts then returned to Earth and their memories were altered or erased, just like that movie Men in Black, with the little blinky devices. Any photographic evidence of these structures was also eliminated. NASA has not launched any more missions to the Moon since then in order to not produce any more evidence, because obviously this would lead to the collapse of our civilization. It all makes perfect sense.

Shows just how shysters and hucksters make their money by pushing fantastic 'theories' as fact at the same time trying to validate themselves as 'researchers'.

A good read.

By netchicken: posted on 3-1-2008

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