UFO Evidence Forums : Research Forum
Return to the Research Forum Homepage
User not logged in - Login or Register
3/17/2006 12:26:34 AM

Hollow Moon

This is one way they are visiting us without being detected as our searches are directed for the most part well away from our Earth .

Star Wars the movie introduced us to vast spaceships even Death Stars . But an advanced culture inhabiting the stars would have long ago realised a spaceship that was never designed to land anywhere had no need in space for a sleek aerodynamic shape . A shape that could easily sustain damage .
Instead they would have chosen a suitable heavenly piece of rock to hollow out and live in . I call it a “starship” . Sleek designs are for when it is necessary to enter some gas or liquid and could be the provence of smaller craft .

I suggest that it may well be that aeons ago such a starship arrived in our solar system . chose the third planet from the sun and put itself into orbit around it . As their population expanded they landed on Earth and proceeded to recreate similar structures under Earth’s surface to the one they were accustomed to on the Moon .
There are so many reported events that could support such an idea .
Green coloured children appearing out of caves .
Lights in craters on the moon .
White in the depths of craters and fissures that could be some frozen vapour .
Ufos that enter and leave the sea .
Unidentified lights travelling under the sea reported by both merchant ships and naval ships.
There are sure to be many others including the reports of astronauts .
Far better than creating all that material to build a starship is to use an already existing body . We could well be their new starship under construction . Let us hope they do not intend to leave soon as we are not prepared for a journey .

The earth is expanding and we don't know why

Let us taunt the geologists now with an idea that many of them consider to be nonsense.

The Expanding Earth Hypothesis goes back to at least 1933, a time when the Continental Drift Hypothesis was accorded the same sort of ridicule. Now, Continental Drift is enthroned; and ironically many of its strongest proponents are vehemently opposed to the Expanding Earth, ignoring the lessons of history.

The data that suggest that the earth has expanded significantly over geological time come from the pleasant pastime of continent fitting. If one takes the pieces of continental and oceanic crust and tries to fit them together at various times over the past several hundred million years, taking into account the production of crust at the midocean ridges, the fit gets worse and worse as one works backward in time. Great gaps (or "gores") appear between the pieces of crust which geologists believed existed at these periods. (Of course, one can play this puzzle-piece game only at passive continent-ocean boundaries where the oceanic crust has not slid under the continental crust. The South Atlantic is a good place to work.)

These embarrassing, grotesque gaps can be made to disappear almost as if by magic by assuming that the earth was smaller in the past. This seems, on the surface, to be a crazy idea. Why would an entire planet swell up like a balloon? Hugh Owen answers in this way:

"The geological and geophysical implications of such Earth expansion are so profound that most geologists and geophysicists shy away from them. In order to fit with the reconstruction that seems to be required, the volume of the Earth was only 51 per cent of its present value, and the surface area 64 per cent of that of the present day, 200 million years ago. Established theory says that the Earth's interior is stable, an in ner core of nickel iron surrounded by an outer layer that behaves like a fluid. Perhaps we are completely wrong and the inner core is in some state nobody has yet imagined, a state that is undergoing a transition from a high-density state to a lower density state, and pushing out the crust, the skin of the Earth, as it expands."

(Owen, Hugh; "The Earth Is Expanding and We Don't Know Why, "New Scientist, p. 27, November 22, 1984.)

Reference. For more on the Expanding Earth Hypothesis, see category ETL6 in our Catalog: Carolina Bays, Mima Mounds. This book is described here.

Relative bad fit of South America and Africa on a globe of modern size is indicated by the black gaps (gores). The black areas disappear on an earth with a diameter 80% of the modern value.

 replies will be listed below this message edit

  Replies 1 - 5 (out of 5 total)

Nommos Prime (Dogon)
3/18/2006 6:15:35 PM

Our Spaceship Earth (Book) goes into this a bit.

There is quite a bit of evidence that supports this Hypothesis.

When the Americans and Soviets crashed their early Probes into the Moon, it rung like a bell for up to 1 Hour. Very strange. No satisfactory explanation has ever been provided for this.

Now I'm not saying I subscribe to the Theory that it is a Spaceship, I'm just saying that there is no CORE in our Moon. Therefore, the Core is hollow.

If you like the Spaceship Moon Theory, maybe you will like this article.


Tests have been carried out on ground-penetrating missiles using "bunker buster" technology that could be fired into the depths of dark lunar craters to look for ice.

The proposed mission is called Polar Night. A lunar orbiter would fire instrumented missiles towards the surface of the Moon.

Tests performed recently in New Mexico, US, have shown that scientific equipment could survive the rapid deceleration of striking the ground and being buried a few metres beneath the surface of the Moon.

The researchers hope the US space agency (Nasa) will approve their mission early next year for a 2007 launch.

Shock testing

For many decades, scientists have speculated about the possibility of ice having accumulated at the lunar poles over geologically long periods of time.

The ice would be from impacting comets. If some of the ice from the comets found its way into dark lunar polar craters where the Sun never reaches, it could be trapped for billions of years.

The lunar polar ice hypothesis was supported by observations made by the Lunar Prospector spacecraft in 1998.

Technically, the Lunar Prospector data is compelling evidence for the presence of hydrogen. However, most scientists are convinced a small amount of water ice is present at the lunar poles, though other hypotheses exist.

Because of the scientific attraction of lunar polar exploration, the University of Hawaii, US, with engineers and scientists from the US Naval Research Laboratory, Utah State University, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratory are now proposing the impactor mission.

"Polar Night would conduct a highly detailed remote sensing survey of the poles to refine our understanding of the temperatures and distribution of hydrogen, then directly sample the polar ice with three hard-landing probes," Professor Paul Lucey of the University of Hawaii told BBC News Online.

"The probes are based on bunker-buster penetrators, but instead of explosives, would carry sophisticated scientific instruments hardened against the shock of striking the lunar surface.

"The instruments were recently shock tested in the New Mexico desert by firing them at high speed into two metres (six feet) of plywood, where they experienced 1,200 Gs of shock and worked perfectly afterwards."

New questions

According to Professor Lucey, the existence of lunar polar ice raises a new set of questions.

What is the nature of the deposit?
What is the source of the water?
Are other ices besides water ice present?
Is the hydrogen actually in the form of water ice, or is it hydrogen from the solar wind?
He told BBC News Online, "The lunar poles are a potential science bonanza, possibly having recorded the volatile history of the solar system for 2 billion years."

"That potential has an analogy with the poles of the Earth, where meteorites are routinely preserved by the Antarctic icecap and collected by scientists. There is a nice symmetry here: on the Earth, the ice of the poles collects rocks from space, while on the Moon, the rocks of the poles collect ices from space."

Easily collectable ice at the lunar poles could also transform the economics of space exploration.

"For resources for future space travel the chemical form and concentration are clearly relevant to the economic value of these deposits, regardless of our current ignorance of the economics of the future," says Professor Lucey.

The scientists hope the mission will be funded by Nasa's Discovery program of moderate cost planetary science missions.

Lunar Prospector was a mission in this series, and the current missions in flight are Genesis, returning a sample of the solar wind, and Stardust to return cometary and interstellar dust.

The proposals for the next round of the Discovery Missions Program are due later this year with the selection of the 3-5 finalists taking place a few months later.

If Polar Night survives the proposal process, the first impacts would occur in 2007."

6/8/2006 12:50:19 PM

interesting idea,

after the moon landing, nobody else seem interested to go to the moon,

i always thought that space exploration and colonzation by humans would be done in steps.

first the space station, then the moon base, then the mars colony. i've wondered why Nasa skipped the step of creating the moon base before going to mars. it seemed a logical step to go to the moon first, as the moon is not only alot nearer, but it could also be used as a experimental, learning, training and launching base/colony as well.

we seemed to have forgotten the moon and went straight away to mars. i've thought it was because they wanted a backup place for humans to stay if the earth becomes unlivable. this maystill be true, but now i may have another theiory on why we are skipping the moon base.

6/14/2006 8:12:30 AM

i read somewhere that nasa have decided to stay away from the moon because it is 'unsafe'

Scott Elliot
4/16/2007 9:54:39 AM

Longitmebeliever- Do you think its a possible theory that maybe the moon was used as a ship to transport a ET species to earth in the past. I mean photos have been taken of pyramids on Mars, Earth and Moon. Maybe at one time ET lived on all three.

7/27/2008 12:35:55 PM

I must warn you not to talk anything I convey as insulting to yourself as I have no intention to insult you. I only want to bring forth what I know and contribute it together with what you know.

From what I've been told, the moon's chemical properties is based on the Earth, because it was created from the debris of the Earth after the Earth collided with an extraterrestrial visitor (another planet). This occured well before any extraterrestrial visitors (aliens) had arrived on our planet or had the capabilities to start space flight.

If you must know there are extraterrestrial mining facilities on the Moon. So the moon might be hollow in that people (aliens) live inside of it and mine minerals form inside of it. But the Moon is not a space ship. It is a colony. Nibiru might be what you are talking about.

  Replies 1 - 5 (out of 5 total)

Return to Research Forum Homepage



Ads help to support this site: