Re: [ufodiscussion] 'Moon Rock' in Dutch Museum Is Fake
- Ted wrote:
"They've painted themselves in a corner before. So all they have to do is
wait for the paint to dry.."
That is very true Ted! However, I am hoping that anyone who
seriously doubts the genuineness of the Appollo moon-landings will not
simply fold their hands and wait for the paint to dry too, but that they
will engage with the real world and follow up the evidentiary leads provided
by this astonishing case.
Here we have rock-hard evidence (if you will excuse the pun) of the
USA passing off a fake moon-rock as the genuine article to a friendly
foreign government. Why would it have done that?
Of course, sometimes the most unbelievably crazy things can happen
as a result of sheer bureaucratic ineptness. Take, for example, the recent
case in Britain of a Sheffield hospital that wrote to a man who had been
dead for two-and-a-half years to apologise for the poor treatment that it
had given him during his demise!
That incident was obviously caused by Hospital adminstrators
bumbling around in confusion not knowing what they were doing. But I don't
think we can attribute the same cause of bureaucratic ineptness to the fake
moon-rock incident. In this case the US government must have known what it
was doing. Moon-rocks from the Appollo missions were more precious than
diamonds and were the US equivalent of the British Crown Jewels. They would
have been handled with the utmost care. So the passing off of a fake
moon-rock could not have been accidental. It had to have been done
deliberately. But why? It seems most peculiar to me.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, August 28, 2009 5:59 PM
Subject: [ufodiscussion] 'Moon Rock' in Dutch Museum Is Fake
> I wonder how NASA and the US government will talk their way out of
> this one.
> Da-da, da-da,
> Da-da, da-da.