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  • odd_empire
    Richard C. Hoagland s doing it yet again. What s he doing? Well NASA has been posting photos from the Cassini probe. Recently a bunch of photographs have come
    Message 1 of 1 , May 26, 2005
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      Richard C. Hoagland's doing it yet again. What's he doing? Well NASA
      has been posting photos from the Cassini probe. Recently a bunch of
      photographs have come back showing some oddball stuff on Saturn's moon
      Iapetus. Ipaetus is the same moon that Arthur C. Clark used in his
      original treatment of 2001: A Space Odyssey as a probable place for an
      alien artifact. This is because Iapetus is very bright on one side and
      rather dark on the other. We can see, thanks to the Cassini photos
      that there is a large oblong patch on the moon's surface that causes
      the changes in brightness.

      But there are other strange things. A ridge extends for many hundreds
      of miles, over twelve miles high, it's a "wall" according to Hoagland.
      Artificially constructed.

      Well I'm no specialist in low gravity geology but I bet there could be
      some natural process out there that could possible account for that. I
      don't know what, a collision in the far past and material building up
      around the equator might do it. But, Hoagland doesn't just see walls
      on Iapetus, he's seeing square craters, huge ruin fields and
      tremendous towers. Just likeĀ….just like!

      The Earth's Moon and Mars! Looks like Earth is the only place in the
      solar system that's just a boring ball of nickel-iron.

      The Odd Emperor
      http://www.oddempire.org
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