December 20, 2018 at 2:14 pm #856684
Since nobody went to the moon and returned to earth in those intriguing tinfoil and crepe paper landing modules, then any scientific paper on “moon rocks”, “lunar dusts” and so on, must be fake. Either the psientists are all in on it, or they’re being duped.
Here they come, back in the day, a white box hoax
And we continue to be bamboozled in the MSM with tales of ‘moon rocks’
scroll down for the latest piece of moon rock populism as reported in Metro
Headline – December 20 2018 Toxic rocks show the dark side of moon dust LOL!
“due to the limited supply of lunar dust, the study used similar rocks from Earth containing a similar concentratgion of reactivei minerals [olivine and augite] LOL!
I think they’re giving the game away here.
Leader – Donald Hendrix from Stony Brook University, NY.
The wind cries hoax….
Apparently there’s something called the The lunar rock and mineral characterization consortium (LRMCC)
has conducted careful, integrated measurements of lunar materials with the goal of extending the library of well-characterized lunar materials available as ground truth.
The LRMCC builds on the work of the lunar soil characterization consortium (LSCC), which conducted coordinated mineralogy ? petrography ?spectroscopy analyses of a suite of lunar soils of different
composition and maturity
[Isaacson et al 2010]
which seems to be a “safe hands” consortium which unlike ol’ Hendrix, seems to have no trouble getting its hands on samples from NASA, such as
“70035 is 3.7 b.y. old and has been exposed on the lunar surface for ~ 100 m.y. It is typical of the high Ti basalts from the moon and has been used for several public displays “
suuuuuuure it has
which were used in the 2010 paper
And less than 3 months ago, Oct 2 2018, it was reported that unspecified moon rocks had been sent to Harwell UK [obviously another safe set of hands] a resin enclosed basalt.
Our psientist has to go “off-planet” to learn how rocks form and the moon is the best place to do it…
What are they studying?
Add your favourite moon rock stores below….
January 27, 2019 at 4:25 pm #856960
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It’s time for another moon rock “release” from the psientists, but it’s worth bookmarking this great comment at Fakeologist.com in 2013, when the blog was filled with research, from Carole Thomas
NASA scientist David McKay explains that “There are isotopes in Moon rocks, isotopes we don’t normally find on Earth, that were created by nuclear reactions with the highest-energy cosmic rays.” The article went on to explain how “Earth is spared from such radiation by our protective atmosphere and magnetosphere. Even if scientists wanted to make something like a Moon rock by, say, bombarding an Earth rock with high energy atomic nuclei, they couldn’t. Earth’s most powerful particle accelerators can’t energize particles to match the most potent cosmic rays, which are themselves accelerated in supernova blastwaves and in the violent cores of galaxies.”
So one of the reasons that we know the Moon rocks are real, you see, is because they were blasted with ridiculously high levels of radiation while sitting on the surface of the Moon. And our astronauts, one would assume, would have been blasted with the very same ridiculously high levels of radiation,. So how did they survive?
I’ll also link my own previous comment in 2017 on another 2013 thread
Here’s the latest episode of the moon rocks hoax
Scientists may have just found the oldest intact Earth rock—on the moon. A study published Thursday in Earth and Planetary Science Letters makes the case that one of the rocks collected by Apollo 14 astronauts in 1971 contains a fragment of Earth’s ancient crust, dating back more than 4.011 billion years.
It’s possible that the fragment formed in a weirdly water-rich pocket of magma deep within the ancient moon. But the study authors think it’s likelier that the rock formed within our planet’s crust and got jettisoned to the moon by one of the many meteor impacts that bombarded early Earth
It’s thought that up to 0.5 percent of the schmutz on the lunar surface first formed on Earth, and bits and pieces of other rocky planets, such as Venus or Mars, probably litter the moon, too.
And here’s where rock 14321 was collected….[copyright photo in above link – laughable!]
The basketball-size stone weighs almost 20 pounds.
Allegedly the Zircon mineral content is unrelated to other “moon rocks'” zircon and is similar to earthly zircons.
China’s upcoming Chang’e-5 lunar mission is expected to return samples
oh goodeee– more fake moon rocks for the psientists to analyse.
Why did the “earth Rock” end up on the moon?
Because the Moon was much closer to Earth at that point – about three times closer than it is now – it was in a better position for pieces of this debris to end up there.
February 10, 2019 at 4:08 pm #857044
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HaHa looks like the big Icke gatekeepers have been sent in to damp down the fake moon rock thread at David Icke forums…
4pp of abuse so far…
Take home message, as usual – the official narrative is the official truth, as per all DIF gatekeeping.
LOL!February 10, 2019 at 7:44 pm #857045
Scientists found “with astonishment” the composition of “moon rocks” was exactly the same as rocks found at the 1.86 mile level below the earth’s surface. [in 1970….] Neat. Just in time. The Kola peninsula super bore hole was sealed. [a bit like going to the moon….perhaps the technology was lost,lol!] everything having been discovered.
@8.35 in this video which was added to the above DIF thread.
or is Kola [and others] just a hole-o-hoax.
note – the Lone Star borehole in Oklahoma was already at SIX miles deep in 1974, i.e. way beyond 1.86 miles…. The Kola hole reached, allegedly, almost 7.62 miles.
June 29, 2019 at 3:02 pm #858146
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With the golden anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s feat fast approaching—their lunar module Eagle landed July 20, 1969, on the Sea of Tranquility—the moon is red-hot again.
So what better way to keep the hoax running, but to “release” some [for whatever reason] pristine moon rock for analysis by psientists.
While we await the next moon landing in 2024, lol!
Some of the soil and bits of rock were vacuum-packed on the moon—and never exposed to Earth’s atmosphere—or frozen or stored in gaseous helium following splashdown and then left untouched. The lab’s staff is now trying to figure out how best to remove the samples from their tubes and other containers without contaminating or spoiling anything. They’re practising with mock-up equipment and pretend lunar dirt.
Here’s some pretend lunar rock from Apollo 15, looking rather like a bathroom sponge.
It’s sort of a coincidence that we’re opening them in the year of the anniversary,” explained NASA’s Apollo sample curator Ryan Zeigler, covered head to toe in a white protective suit with matching fabric boots, gloves and hat.
Most of the samples to be doled out over the next year were collected in 1972 during Apollo 17, the final moonshot and the only one to include a geologist, Harrison Schmitt. He occasionally visits the lunar sample lab and plans to help open the fresh specimens.
The nine US research teams selected by NASA will receive varying amounts.
safe pairs of hands…July 21, 2019 at 4:11 am #858309
And on the 50th anniversary of the “moon landing” in 1969, we see an Australian “space rockk expert” wheeled out to say…
no conspiracy would have or could have made the moon rocks.
“Any attempt to make moon rocks in a laboratory would be a monumental failure and likely cost more money than it took NASA to get to the moon and back,” said Professor [Trevor] Ireland
“The lunar soil is like nothing we have seen before on Earth. It is the result of eons of bombardment on the surface of the moon. The rocks have compositions that are unique to the moon.”
Professor Ireland said the scenario of an unmanned mission retrieving the moon rocks was also practically impossible. “There are 380 kg of moon rocks. Getting this amount of material back to Earth is just as difficult as getting 24 Apollo astronauts on nine missions to the moon and back to Earth. That six of the missions landed on the moon, and brought samples back to Earth, is one of the greatest achievements in history. To this day, we continue to analyze the Apollo lunar rocks and they still have surprises for us.”
Professor Ireland was not part of the team that analyzed the first samples of moon rocks in 1969, but several ANU researchers were: Ross Taylor, Bill Compston, Ted Ringwood and John Lovering.
“Ted and John’s work revealed that the moon had a new set of minerals that are not found on Earth.”
“Bill’s analyses revealed that the age of lunar rocks was extremely old—older than anything on Earth.
Emeritus Professor Taylor, who is 93 and continues to maintain a strong interest in space rocks, said working with the Apollo mission in 1969 was the opportunity of a lifetime. He recalled working with bulky gloves on samples in sealed boxes, under tight security with armed guards. “I often worked from 7 am until 3 am the following day to deliver results to daily press conferences, such was the huge level of interest globally in our findings,” Professor Taylor said. “Any error in the analysis would have ruined my reputation. Only moments before one press conference I realized we had made a big mistake and corrected it—just in the nick of time. It was an exhilarating time to be a scientist.”
Thought – why do investigative sites like this rarely dare to tread on moon rocks?
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