WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON UP THERE….?
Take a good look at the links above and you will find a staggering resource of images that suggest everything is not as tranquil and barren on our lunar satellite as NASA would have us believe. For decades now, researchers like George H. Leonard, Colin Wilson and Richard Hoagland and more recently, David Ice, have been highlighting strange facts about the Moon and artificial looking objects photographed on the surface.
Issue #45 of Uncensored features one of the more obvious anomalies in the form of tracks made by some tall, highly reflective object (a boulder say NASA) that resolutely travels up and down hills, avoiding gullies, while other rocks remain unmoving. Bear in mind these pics were taken decades ago. Something of ours from a secret space program? Something extreterrestrial, from some other place or indigenous to the Moon?
Take a look, and share your thoughts and theories with us!
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Are Ya Feelin’ Lucky?
Scotland, a land renowned for whiskey, haggis,
annoying the Roman empire to the point that Emperor Hadrian built a wall to keep them out
and two millennia later providing Mel Gibson with a film that won five Oscars,
is now emerging as a world champion in yet another area – renewable energy.
[ A pawn poses next to some French fighter jets …
… … ppossibly pondering how he’s going to personally benefit from all of this ]
Author and publicist F. William Engdahl says Mali’s turning into a geopolitical battleground
– in a war for the region’s resources.
[ … because greedy, money-grubbing Takers from the other side of the planet ~ don’t care who they kill ]
The French military intervention into Mali on Friday
— France’s second in as many years into a former African colony —
was reportedly “seconded” by the United States.
This ought to come as no great surprise,
given the Pentagon’s deepening penetration into Africa.
According to the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM),
the Pentagon plans on deploying soldiers to 35 different African countries in 2013.
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Utah State University presented a first-of-its-kind electric bus
that is charged through wireless charging technology in a demonstration Nov. 15.
The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers today
just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system
capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle.