NASA MISTAKES AND FALSE RESULTS EXPOSED


June 22, 2015 in Science

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When we look at the many accomplishments of man, we tend to forget how much man really has accomplished. We seem to have a great deal of assistance from government programs recently and even dating back hundreds of years. From Nicolas Copernicus discovering that the earth rotated around the sun to the discovery the world just is not a flat plate.

Someone or something has been altering history and blocking the advancement of man for quite some time.

Long established fundamental understanding has been overwritten continually by just one culture and they are good at it.

White men seem to have a habit of making things up to suit themselves then claiming everyone else is wrong about it rather then excepting the long held beliefs and evidence supporting those beliefs.

There has been a world wide takeover of those false beliefs ranging from the world being flat to ignoring the older text and even the Bible as to what the truth is. The real puzzle is why?

Here we can clearly see a photo of ruins here on earth that were built so long ago that mainstream science wishes they were not built at all.

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Next we can look at a poor photo taken by NASA on the surface of Mars and see the foundations of a city laid out much the same way.

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There is no denying that the foundations are there.

Something that they teach you if you have ever been in the Army or for that matter any branch of the Military is how to identify structures that may be hidden on a battle field. The first rule is nature does not make straight lines. the second rule is nature never makes perfect 90′ corners. to get silly nature does not make squares or cubes… it is something that is a tattletale of enemy positions and therefore subject to be shot at… the reciprocal is true if you are attempting to camouflage something you never make squared corners.. So when we look at these pictures and NASA with their advanced knowledge tries to redefine kindergarten fundamentals by denying the images of structures either on the moon or on Mars is simply absurd.

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To support this fundamental assumption that only man makes straight lines or 90′ corners we will look at the following website for advice.

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/3-25-26/ch8.htm

Quote directly from this site and just about any military handbook on the subject.

8-9. IDENTIFICATION OF PHOTOGRAPH FEATURES

The identification of features on a photograph is not difficult if the following facts are remembered. The view that is presented by the aerial photograph is from above and, as a result, objects do not look familiar. Objects that are greatly reduced in size appear distorted. Most aerial photography is black and white, and all colors appear on the photograph in shades of gray. Generally speaking, the darker the natural color, the darker it will appear on the photograph.

a. The identification of features on aerial photographs depends upon a careful application of five factors of recognition. No one factor will give a positive identification; it requires the use of all five.

(1) Size. The size of unknown objects on a photograph, as determined from the scale of the photograph or a comparison with known objects of known size, gives a clue to their identity. For example, in a built-up area the smaller buildings are usually dwellings, and the larger buildings are commercial or community buildings.

(2) Shape (Pattern). Many features possess characteristic shapes that readily identify the features. Man-made features appear as straight or smooth curved lines, while natural features usually appear to be irregular. Some of the most prominent man-made features are highways, railroads, bridges, canals, and buildings. Compare the regular shapes of these to the irregular shapes of such natural features as streams and timber lines.

(3) Shadows. Shadows are very helpful in identifying features since they show the familiar side view of the object. Some excellent examples are the shadows of water towers or smoke stacks. As viewed directly from above, only a round circle or dot is seen, whereas the shadow shows the profile and helps to identify the object. Relative lengths of shadows also usually give a good indication of relative heights of objects.

(4) Shade (Tone or Texture). Of the many different types of photographic film in use today, the film used for most aerial photography, except for special purposes, is panchromatic film. Panchromatic film is sensitive to all the colors of the spectrum; it registers them as shades of gray, ranging from white to black. This lighter or darker shade of features on aerial photographs is known as the tone. The tone is also dependent on the texture of the features; a paved highway has a smooth texture and produces an even tone on the photograph, while a recently plowed field or a marsh has a rough, choppy texture and results in a rough or grainy tone. It is also important to remember that similar features may have different tones on different photographs, depending on the reflection of sunlight. For example, a river or body of water appears light if it is reflecting sunlight directly toward the camera, but appears dark otherwise. Its texture may be smooth or rough, depending on the surface of the water itself. As long as the variables are kept in mind, tone and texture may be used to great advantage.

(5) Surrounding Objects. Quite often an object not easily recognized by itself may be identified by its relative position to surrounding objects. Large buildings located beside railroads or railroad sidings are usually factories or warehouses. Identify schools by the baseball or football fields. It would be hard to tell the difference between a water tower next to a railroad station and a silo next to a barn, unless the surrounding objects such as the railroad tracks or cultivated fields were considered.

b. Before a vertical photograph can be studied or used for identification of features, it must be oriented. This orienting is different from the orienting required for the construction or use of the point designation grid. Orienting for study consists of rotating the photograph so that the shadows on the photograph point toward yourself. You then face a source of light. This places the source of light, an object, and its shadow in a natural relationship. Failure to orient a photograph properly may cause the height or depth of an object to appear reversed. For example, a mine or quarry may appear to be a hill instead of a depression.

When you cover this type of identification a bit more you can discover just how much misdirection NASA has been giving the public from the starting gate. Giving the public picture after picture and claiming natural formations that are clearly foundations and structures. Always blurry pictures are given by NASA and this is strange. After all NASA is suppose to have some of the most expensive photographing equipment known on the planet but time and time again nothing but blurry photos that are color soaked in one way or another.

When the public gets these photos regardless of how spectacular they seem to be, they turn a blind eye because of the 100s of years misinformation given to the general public. When you just look at these pictures without any further information then here is a photo, most people will make out foundations of building vary quickly. But after this tell them it is a picture from Mars and they laugh and dismiss there own eyes all to quickly. They have been taught to do this…

So when you are looking at new photos from anyplace that NASA has been, take a closer look to see what it really is, not what someone tells you it should be…. THEY ARE DECEIVERS and most know they are..

Now I ask the question again, Why is it so important that the world remains flat? And why do so many people blindly except, who’s word for it?

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