True, but one can deduce logical answers from holes in information given. Just like they paint a puzzle but some pieces are missing or are forced into position and do not fit.
For instance how in the jeepers did NASA end up deleting the original video's of the moon landing? That seems to not fit in the puzzle of a multi billion dollar organization.
How do we know so mutch information about one subject and then are missing key ingredients to the recipe?
Something is going on here and if you take all the information into consideration you can gauge a probable explanation.
That is like the 1950s air force project blue book. You can look through a lot of the documents that were compiled through that time. You will however see a lot of black lines in the reports as they feel we should not read that. Knowing that project blue book was the investigation of our government into UFOs that makes one actually wonder just how much info the government does not want us to know.
Why the Moon's 'Dark Side' Has No Face
Heat radiating from the young Earth could help solve the more than 50-year-old mystery of why the far side of the moon, which faces away from Earth, lacks the dark, vast expanses of volcanic rock that define the face of the Man in the Moon as seen from Earth, researchers say. In 1959, when the"¦ Ref. Source 4
It still amazes me that after all this time we have not utilized nuclear power to get us exploring the moon more. Also if they can send a robot to Mars why not to the dark side of the moon? Strange huh?
I agree with Felipe. The world governments are all about classified missions and keeping things hidden from the general public.
Course, it does make one wonder why governments would be secretive about the moon yet more open and honest with Mars? Perhaps it has something with the moon's proximity to Earth, which makes it more convenient for illegal military experiments in space? I sincerely hope they don't mess-up the moon's orbit and cause it to crash into the Earth.
If there are alien moon bases on the dark side of the moon my big question would be "Why?" And why wouldn't we have done more to explore it rather than trying to get to Mars?