Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, Enlarged and Revised Edition Paperback – Sep 1 2009
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People, forget the reviews. Read the book and make up your own opinion. The fact that Amazon lets anyone write a review for any product shows that most reviews here can't be trusted. Anyone can go and say anything they want without even trying/reading a product.
First of all. random noise doesn't take on geometric shapes, they are totally random and are just dots everywhere, not lines with 90 degree angles on the intersections between them. Those lines aren't domes (and Hoagland doesn't say they are) but glass like remains from them caused by millions of years of meteorites bombarding them. The glass is pulverized, with some bigger pieces here and there. The result of that is light scattering everywhere, causing 90 degree angles between lines and rainbow like refractions. You just can't explain the refraction any other way, as refractions can only be caused by glass like structures, so it's definitely glass on the moon. Are they from domes? Who knows. That's what Hoagland thinks they're from and it's the best explanation anyone can come up with..
By the way Hoagland talks about only one dome on the moon, and it is kind of obvious to see. If you were looking for domes in every moon picture of course you're not going to see anything. The rest he talks about aren't domes, but remains of them.
And by the way the pyramids shown in this book don't have random angles, and are just to perfect to be natural.Read more ›
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An excellent, very scientific treatise on the findings on Mars and on the moon that suggest a very ancient civilation once inhabited both. Read morePublished on June 26 2013 by June M.
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