A very interesting book on moon anomalies written by
a Harvard grad during the Apollo years Not everything in the book has aged well but much of it Harvard grad during the Apollo years Not everything in the book has aged well but much of it so bad its
GOOD HILARIOUS THE AUTHOR S EARNESTNESS Hilarious The author s earnestness roving his firm belief in aliens using the moon as a base or it being an ancient spacecraft it s gotta be one or the other or both AND the incredibly aweful evidence he The Transformation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations: Policy and Legal Perspectives provides were entertaining than his claimsThis edition was filled with fabulous bwhotos of moonscapes as seen from above with arrows The Marine's E-Mail Order Bride pointing at nothing and outrageous claims that we are seeing rigs and giant gears Also sketches of shapes that look like shapesIf you want a non fiction euivalent of Sharknado so bad it s good this might just be it I find it fascinating how Leonard is now referred to in reprints of this book as a NASA scientist He was nothing of the sort He was a hack aublic health worker by day and in his spare time a writer of several racy science fiction novels that are uite frankly terrible cashing in on the UFO craze of the 1970s This is the book for which he s best known and what a confused credulous and shambling affair it is The Dervishes and Islam in Bosnia: Sufi Dimensions to the Formation of Bosnian Muslim Society plot such as it is sees him on the trail of the truth about the Moon and the aliens referred to with a lumbering capital letter only as Them who steered our satellite into Earth orbit at someoint in the distant Sugar in the Social Life of Medieval Islam past and who have been working to repair it ever since using giant machinery that the Apollorogram was designed to go and have a good look at His research methods ordering 8 by 10 glossy A New Kind of Public: Community, Solidarity, and Political Economy in New Deal Cinema, 1935-1948 prints of Moonhotos from NASA and then having his local Henri Matisse: Drawing with Scissors print shop enlarge them so he couldore over them with a magnifying glass and then having his local Hexe print shop enlarge them so he couldore over them with a magnifying glass everything to Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians pareidolia and artefacts of film grain and nothing toarked spacecraft or rope ladders half a mile long the The Battle of Borodino: Napoleon Against Kutuzov poor reproductions ofhotographs in the book adorned with arrows and circles do nothing to support his argument The scribbled Religion in the Ancient Greek City pen and ink sketches showing us what we re supposed to see are even less convincing His tendency to throw in any fringe story he can find in support of his argument doesn t do him any favours either He chides someone else for having an overactive imaginati. Incredibleroof of an alien race on the Moon The evidence Immense mechanical rigs strange geometr. On in suggesting a arsimonious explanation than giant construction euipment erhaps he should have listened to his own advice He is helped in his investigations by various conveniently seudonymous NASA scientists none of whom sound anything like any
Scientist I Ve Ever Encountered He Does I ve ever encountered He does the lanetary geologist Professor Farouk El Baz several times seemingly in the context of interviewing him El Baz was instrumental in selecting the Apollo landing sites but curiously there are no direct uotes from these interviews in the book Applying Occam s Razor which Leonard encourages us to do many times one can only conclude that he made the whole
Thing Up From Start To Finish It up from start to finish It a mess You do get a great Chris Foss ainting on the cover though Hands down the most moronic book I ve ever read The author s hypothesis is that the moon is inhabited by an alien race Therein he uts forth all sorts of evidence to support his idea 999% ercent of this evidence involves hotographs of the moon taken by NASA during orbiting robes Keep in mind the book was written in the 70s immediately after the Apollo missions So the book is rife with moronic Reduced Laughter: Seriocomic Features and Their Functions in the Book of Kings predictions that haven t come true within the time frame the author lays out thereThe whole thing works well as a comedyiece but the sad truth is the deluded idiot is writing with all seriousness He includes illustrations of rigs and machinery on the moon surface Then references a This Deleuzian Century: Art, Activism, Life photo asroof Inevitably I d flip to the grainy low contrast hoto included in the book and would see a rock Back and forth Uhthat s a rock That s a shadow cast by a rock That s another rock Uhlight striking a rock I m not sure if the guy is legitimately crazy although he s since deceased or if he just can t evaluate a hotograph But he s referencing hotos of rocks and claiming they re machines and rigs Ohthis book was so stupid Did I say that already But for knuckle biting entertainment I d give it a half star He does offer a smidgen of a uasi detective story that illustrates eople at NASA and real scientists within the text staring at him in flabbergasted stunned silence Oddly enough he deduces that these looks of stunned awe are a si. Ic ground markings and symbols construction lights flares vehicle tracks towers ipes and conduits. Gn that these Zheng Guogu people are hiding something when it satently obvious it s a reaction of shock to
the supreme levels of stupidity this moron is utting forth Ohdid I mention how supreme levels of stupidity this moron is utting forth Ohdid I mention how stupid book was Sorry I just spent I can t even convey the brainless chatter that boiled out of this Frںuhzeit Des Ostslaventums paperback Did I mention how stupid this book was OhI already said that this is how the book reads Ouch I love astronomy and everything connected with it I love the moon in all its forms I am utterly interested in everything related to the moon and I read this book simply with great interest I would be very glad if in the future they will give us a look at even betterictures in very high resolution to clearly see everything with our own eyes and once and for all make sure whether there are all these artificial structures on the moon or not Leonard is either a bad scientist with no understanding how to Forbidden Knowledge present his findingsroperly or a moderate fiction writer with a great imaginationThis guy looked at some low rez black and white images from early NASA orbiters and saw robots buildings screws and aliens on the MoonReally Of all the ossibilities this guy saw alien activities all around the Moon The images from my copy of the book were really low rez could make nothing out what he was talking about Maybe he had like the most crystal clear images everBasically all this might be ossible that he s writing I guess But I find the lack of evidence disturbing to say the least Besides I thought we had Nazis on the dark side of the MoonStill it s one of the big The Rumsfeld Way: The Leadership Wisdom of a Battle-Hardened Maverick pseudoscience books that is actually uite logically written And in that sense it s uite easy to read and it kind of jogs the mind because he s really leaping to uite ridiculous conclusions really fast It would be uite interesting to read a contraaper about the images Leonard bases his wild hypothesis I mean nowdays we should have a much better uality images from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and other robesJust look at that amount of missions to the Moon selection of LRO and Apollo mission images of Tycho crater just take a look at that beautiful gallery of Moon images maybe you can spot some robots and other anomalies. The conclusion somebody is doing something on our Moon Illustrated with official NASA hotographs.
Somebody Else Is On The Moon [PDF ebook] by George H. Leonard – theaquariumwiki.co.uk
A very interesting book on moon anomalies written by