Sunday, November 15, 2009

Will NASA's 10/9 Moon Bombing Trigger A Conflict With ETs?

Will NASA's 10/9 Moon Bombing Trigger A Conflict With ETs?

Thu, 08 Oct 2009 13:18:45 -0500
R401702
1 month ago
ShiftShapers

This could certainly result in a world changing event in the form of a retaliation strike against Earth, whether real or faked.

yes, the next 9/11 will be pinned on the Mooninites, the new al Qaeda


R401714
1 month ago
BlackPacker

all your base. . . ahh, forget it.


R401715
1 month ago
BlackPacker

all your base. . . ahh, forget it.


R401718
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

LCROSS Live Broadcast

LCROSS Lunar Impact
7:31 a.m. EDT/4:31 a.m. PDT
Friday Oct. 9

A live NASA TV Broadcast is planned for the LCROSS impacts starting at 6:15 a.m. EDT/3:15 a.m. PDT, Oct. 9, on NASA TV and www.nasa.gov/ntv.

The 1.5 hour broadcast includes:

* Live footage from spacecraft camera * Real-time telemetry based animation * Views of LCROSS Mission and Science Operations * Broadcast commentary with expert guests * Prepared video segments * Views of the public impact viewing event at NASA Ames * Possible live footage from the University of Hawaii, 88-inch telescope on Mauna Kea.

The live LCROSS Post-Impact News Conference will be 10 a.m. EDT/7 a.m. PDT on NASA TV and www.nasa.gov/ntv.


R401724
1 month ago
variable

prepare for a pride obliterating bitch-slap


R401730
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

all your base. . . ahh, forget it.

huh?

prepare for a pride obliterating bitch-slap

Who? Me?


R401731
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

LRO\LCROSS Launch 6/18/2009


R401735
1 month ago
ShiftShapers

Who? Me?

forget it, floyd. if you don’t watch Aqua Teen Hunger Force, all it’s gonna do for you is give you a big “WFT?”


R401736
1 month ago
ShiftShapers


R401739
1 month ago
RandomUser

This is a pretty good example of why GNN needs to die, the sooner the better.


R401744
1 month ago
Trainspotter

This is a pretty good example of why GNN needs to die, the sooner the better.

That is a pretty good example of the phucked up hypocrisy that so many choose to bring lately. You want to GNN to die? Then kill it. Leave. Good bye.


R401746
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

R401747
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

R401748
1 month ago
Livingston

jeebus facking christ. this is heavy shit, floyd. you knwo, usually i am a bit skeptical of your sources and theories… but wow. this is undeniafutable. we has to unite and stop the moon splosion and save the ets.

wait, no… are the ets the alien reptile overlords or are they more like that gay glowing finger fucker from the movie ET?

ohhhh what a crazy world froid what do we dooooooo?


R401758
1 month ago
johnnycivil

no, it will not trigger a conflict with ETs


R401759
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

R401803
1 month ago
ShiftShapers

No War on the Moon!

In Defense of the Dark Side of the Moon

“But, for myself, the Earth’s records had taught me to look for widest ruin as the price of highest civilization.” Edgar Allan Poe, The Colloquy Of Monos And Una (1850)

Twenty years before a powerful syndicate of military-industrial criminals conspired to plant a US flag on the Moon, a similar clique of madmen plotted to fire a nuclear warhead-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile at the lunar face. Code-named “Project A119,” this plan devised by Cold War-era Air Force and weapons manufacturers called for a massive nuclear explosion that would be clearly visible from anywhere on Earth. Researchers struggled in vain to find any pretext, any shred of legitimate scientific value, to glean from this sickening display of militarist impunity. But the sole objective of Project A119 was to terrorize into submission every human on the planet (especially those who had never heard of Hiroshima or Nagasaki) with a demonstration of how the US ruling class was technologically adept and morally bankrupt enough to commit such an unimaginable poetic atrocity. [The scheme was fronted by Dr Leonard Reiffel at the Pentagon-backed Armour Foundation. The latr Carl Sagan did mathematical modeling for the project, which was eventually abandoned. AC/JSC.]

And now, once again, there are plans to bomb the Moon. This time the unilateral strike is aimed at the Moon’s South Pole and the payload will be delivered by the LCROSS (Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite) spacecraft; the excuse given is that this is an effort to find water deep under lunar surface. The craft was launched in late June and is currently orbiting the Earth until it finds its target; if all goes according to plan, the M-Day bombing will be October 8, 2009.

The plan is this: the LCROSS first shoots off its 2,300-pound spent booster-rocket at the lunar target zone. Four minutes later, in a scheme apparently inspired by fanatical terrorist airline hijackers, the rest of the robotic LCROSS craft slams into the same area. Like crazed kamikaze paparazzi, the craft will snap photos and transmit data on the first strike back to NASA’s mad bombers before immolating itself in a second explosion. This violent hi-tech sci-fi spectacle will cost anywhere up to $600 million, a price tag that is an outrageous insult to the millions of working people unable to feed, house, or medically treat their families. (As Gil Scott-Heron lamented in 1974: “How come there ain’t no money here? Hmm! Whitey’s on the Moon…”)

Of course, there is much more behind this attack than casual scientific curiosity on whether or not there is water on the Moon. First of all, since the long-range accuracy of intercontinental ballistic missiles has never been proven to work, the LCROSS suicide mission serves as a live-fire test exercise for US war strategists with an interest in the precision of orbiting satellite weapons—in other words, the southern hemisphere of the Moon will be turned into a firing range, making this mission one giant leap for the global reach of space warfare. Secondly, LCROSS has been promoted as “the vanguard” for the US military-industrial-entertainment complex’s return to the Moon—according to NASA, finding water is a necessary first step for “building a long-term and sustainable human presence” there. Historically, the purpose of exploration has always been the exploitation of resources and the colonization of territory without regard for ecosystems or indigenous peoples, and clearly the Moon is the next territory coveted by imperialists.

Only people with colonized minds believe these things are positive, or that this type of “progress” can be beneficial to anyone beyond a small circle of exploiter-elites. And, as to be expected, there is no end to the number of those who seek to compensate for their own personal impotence by over-identifying with these grotesque displays of obscene state-corporate power. You can hear them chattering on the Internet: “Flying a rocket booster into the Moon at 5,600 mph to trigger a massive explosion is just flat-out cool,” says one, while another sneers “Public discussion? Why should there be a ‘public discussion’ about a NASA experiment?” Such remarks challenge our contempt. There should be a discussion, not only by the public, but also by oceans, weather patterns, plants, and all sorts of other living things—even the most uninformed know enough about the “butterfly effect” to realize that changing one part of any system is going to have a cascading effect on all those things dependent upon that system.

This so-called “NASA experiment” is a hostile act of aggression and a violent intrusion upon our closest and dearest celestial neighbor. Does any love song or poem or fairy tale worth its salt not mention the Moon? Who can take a walk in the Moonlight with a lover and not feel the romance to your very soul? At night, when the Moon rules, we sleep, and we can visit the Moon in our sleep with ease. The Moon is our night light, our blanket, our grandmother, our mother—it is woman, child, domestic life, tides, bodies of water, liquids, circulation, comfort, nurturing, paintings by Remedios Varo, stories by Jules Verne, and so much more.

Let us assume that ignorance will rule the day and plans go forward. What can we as surrealists or lunatics or astrologers or naturalists or anarcho-primitivists or Greens or werewolves or pagans or psychics or UFO groupies or other concerned members of the general public do? We must soothe the Moon, we bandage her. We implore other celestial bodies and entities to aid her. We will not let her endure this crime or its grim aftermath alone.

We need to communicate to the Moon. Talk to her in our dreams, trances, or meditations, and prepare her for this shock and wound as best we can. Hold her, send out imaginative protection to her, and put our dream bodies out there in front of the bomb. Collectively, we can sabotage the bombing or by imagining all manner of things going wrong, or encouraging the Moon to increase her own magnetic shields. Sing to her. Give her back just a tiny portion of all that she has done for us. We are all created from Moon dust.

We pledge solidarity with the Moon and promise we will do everything that we can to help heal her and to prevent any further such stupid, short-sighted, self-serving, man-made acts of obscene violence against her.

Gale Ahrens, Guy Ducornet, Beth Garon, Paul Garon, Joseph Jablonski, Renay Kerkman, Don Lacoss, David Roediger, Penelope Rosemont, Joel Williams.

Surrealist Group in the US.
Surrealistmovement-usa.org


R401818
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

two minutes until impact


R401819
1 month ago
mancer

and then ..


R401823
1 month ago
xenonix

it’s still there…and none the worse for wear


R401825
1 month ago
Disenchanted

ah! but the invasion Armada is gathering….


R401827
1 month ago
Truthcansuk

You’re all gonna feel pretty silly when the aliens probe you tonight…

And it’s not gonna be the cuddly, warm and lubed-up probing you’re used to, either. It’s gonna be that uber-dry, forceful, “SO YOU DROPPED A BOMB ON MY MOON-DOG LAST NIGHT, HUH BITCHES?!?” probing.

We’ll see if Floyd looks batshit-crazy then, won’t we skeptics?


R401845
1 month ago
BlackPacker

First off, I enjoy sticking my hands down rabbit holes and seeing what comes up. Sometimes, a bloody hand, and fear of (yet another) bout of rabies. But sometimes I find bunnies, or simply exhiliration.

Intellectually, i do the same thing, hitting the conspiracy meta sites and looking for kooked out fantasies. I have to say, Freeman is GREAT!. His speculation that not only was Obama not born in the US, but that he was not born at all; instead being cloned from ancient engyptian mummy DNA is BRILLIANT!

There is something about fiction that the author believes is true that appeals to me, as if I could get into their mind set and see the fascinating movie the world must be to them.

Waiting with baited breath until the 13th. Big storm coming here that day. Lots of crops getting pulled early.


R401863
1 month ago
GWHunta

See Dust Defense

Tip: Scroll down the page a bit.

Now consider the possibility of the moon expelling sufficient “dust” to interfere with early warning satellites in geosynchronous orbit.

Not saying it’s so, but if you wanted to bury a warhead deep into the lunar surface, an impact into an impact crater (booster) of an impact crater (meteorite) would be a deep place to put it.

Sometimes no Peace


R401864
1 month ago
GWHunta

Lacrosse is a game once played outside a fort in Michigan as a ruse for an attack to take over the fort.


R401891
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

NASA’s strike on moon worked, mission official says

CNNNASA said Friday’s rocket and satellite strike on the moon was a success, kicking up enough dust for scientists to determine whether or not there is water on the moon.

“We have the data we need to actually address the questions we set out to address,” said Anthony Colaprete, principal investigator for the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, mission.

It will be awhile before all the data from the satellite can be analyzed to determine if there is water on the moon, according to LCROSS project manager Dan Andrews.

Andrews said that “the spacecraft performed beautifully.”

NASA crashed the rocket and a satellite into the moon’s surface on Friday morning in a $79 million mission.


R401894
1 month ago
xenonix

only 79 mil? what a deal! i mean, we’ve spent waaaay more than that trying to find intelligence in congress and still got jack-shit for our dimes


R401902
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

LCROSS Lunar Impact

NASA’s Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, created twin impacts on the moon’s surface early Friday in a search for water ice. Scientists will analyze data from the spacecraft’s instruments to assess whether water ice is present.

The satellite traveled 5.6 million miles during an historic 113-day mission that ended in the Cabeus crater, a permanently shadowed region near the moon’s south pole. The spacecraft was launched June 18 as a companion mission to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

“The LCROSS science instruments worked exceedingly well and returned a wealth of data that will greatly improve our understanding of our closest celestial neighbor,” said Anthony Colaprete, LCROSS principal investigator and project scientist at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif. “The team is excited to dive into data.”


R401912
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

I kinda expected to see the impact of the rocket.


R401913
1 month ago
Truthcansuk

NASA – Andrews said that “the spacecraft performed beautifully.”

You know things are pretty bad when NASA is reduced to bragging about their ability to crash expensive spacecrafts into big stuff…


R401921
1 month ago
FloydAnderson

Obama wins the Nobel Peace Prize on the day that NASA bombs the moon!


R401948
1 month ago
xenonix

apologies in advance to all sentient beings….


R402015
1 month ago
Livingston

hahahaha xenonix wins


R402072
1 month ago
Livingston

“if the aliens would only keep all the folks they abduct, our world would be a little saner.”

ain’t that the troof, froid?

a demon haunted world it is…


R404340
2 weeks ago
FloydAnderson

This is an interesting headline from 10/13/2009:

considering what happened on 10/13/2008

The Historical Influence of International Banking
The first International Bankers were the Knights Templar, a secretive society created and sponsored by an even more secret society known as the Priory De Scion during the time of the Christian Crusades to recapture the Holy Lands from Muslim control.

10/13/1307
On October 13 (the unlucky Friday the 13th), 1307, what may have been all the Knights Templar in France were simultaneously arrested by agents of Philip the Fair, to later be tortured into admitting heresy in the Order. The dominant view is that Philip, who seized the treasury and broke up the monastic banking system, was jealous of the Templars’ wealth and power, and sought to control it for himself.

10/13/1792
Another weird link with Freemasonry and the Knights Templar came on Saturday, October 13, 1792, when a group of Masons, Hoban among them, laid the cornerstone of the White House.

Click here to listen to the 10/13/2009 broadcast of Radio Freeman

Click here to listen to the 10/10/2009 broadcast of The Free Zone


R404356
2 weeks ago
GWHunta

Will NASA’s 10/9 Moon Bombing Trigger A Conflict With ETs?

NO


R404357
2 weeks ago
ShiftShapers

watching Bill Maher’s “Religulous” and being reminded of Floyd.

would love to see Floyd and Bill have a chat some time.


R405435
2 days ago
FloydAnderson

Well here it is Friday the 13th, and NASA announced today on 11/13 that their 10/9 moon bombing, which occurred 33 days before 11/11, indeed found there to be water on the moon.

‘And we didn’t find just a little bit, we found a significant amount.’

Post Modified: 11/13/09 21:35:56

R405447
2 days ago
GWHunta

Ice crystals beneath the surface, but no atmosphere or protection from the intense radiation emanating from the Sun.

One very small step for mankind.

Peace,

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