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NASA moon bombing violates space law & may cause conflict with lunar ET/UFO civilizations

Alfred Webre, at the Examiner, who appears to have watched entirely too much Star Trek growing up. This is exactly why I don't read Examiner sites...

Actual details of the very interesting LCROSS mission are available at Scientific American.


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We must be very careful her... (Below threshold)
jim m:

We must be very careful here not to violate the human rights of extraterrestrials.

In other news: we should deny health care to conservatives.

Glad the left has its priorities straight.

Figures, Al is from Seattle... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Figures, Al is from Seattle. Probably the victim of one too many acid trips.

Osama must be hiding there ... (Below threshold)
914:

Osama must be hiding there in the hills of Luna Tuna..

Oh Seattle...Where... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Oh Seattle...

Where we can't salt the roads because the resulting salt water run off might get into the ocean and make...it...salty...

Yeah. That explains it.

Yes jim m, But You... (Below threshold)
914:

Yes jim m,

But You see, thats evil K- neival man made salt. Just like man made carbon emissions are evil.. ha ha

Smells like satire to me.</... (Below threshold)
James H:

Smells like satire to me.

I get it now!!So w... (Below threshold)
jim m:

I get it now!!

So when Ghandi walked to the ocean and made salt he was perpetrating an act of evil?

Therefore in the New Left Math...
bombing the moon = violating human rights = EVIL = man made salt = Ghandi

Bombing the moon will make us Ghandi.

Now I'm confused again.

"This is exactly why I d... (Below threshold)
Steve Green:

"This is exactly why I don't read Examiner sites..."

I see your point

I especially like the last paragraph:

Technology is making it possible for even those outside the world of journalism to find and process information. Hopefully, the result of thousands of potential fact checkers will be a more accurate presentation of news than has ever been possible before.
Oh noes, someone get on the... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

Oh noes, someone get on their communicator and call the Galactic Council to alert them of this travesty immediately!

We must save the Moon Maidens from this avertable tragedy! And what about all the Amazons???!!??!

Whats that you say? No Council...and moon maidens aren't real???!!!??! and ERB wrote FICTION??!!!!??!

Oh woes are the moon dust bunnies.....

"Whatta maroon."
B.Bunny

One of the Moon landing ast... (Below threshold)
Zelsdorf Ragshaft III:

One of the Moon landing astronauts made a statement to the effect there was a Santa Claus. Some have taken that as code for there being something on the Moon we cannot know about. Just sayin.

Should we all pray Dennis K... (Below threshold)
Marc:

Should we all pray Dennis Kucinich has a bomb shelter on his summer home.

First off Stevie, "fact che... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

First off Stevie, "fact checkers" stroke their information to suit their party. See: Media Matters.

This whole moon thing is freaky. I know it is no big deal, but when I release my imagination I can see underground moon people feeling the explosion and then they say "alright, we let them orbit us, land on us and ride their little car around, but now they are bombing us". (tongue off cheek) ww

Space law.Don't le... (Below threshold)
davidt:

Space law.

Don't let the libs on the SCOTUS hear about that.

I am sure most of us are aw... (Below threshold)
Brett:

I am sure most of us are aware that this is hardly the first thing we have intentionally crashed into the moon, and not anywhere near the biggest. Most of the Ranger probes, the Surveyor "crasher" stage, all the Lunar Orbiter mapping satellites, the LM ascent stages, the huge Saturn S-IVb rocket stages, Lunar Prospector (for the same reason. although it didn't work) and any number of foreign probes. I would guess at least 100 discrete objects.

What disturbs me about this story is that the people worried about it are so ignorant that they don't know any of this happened 40+ years ago.




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