Discussion in 'Unexplained Mysteries' started by Jim J Jiblets, Jul 27, 2014.
Dont forget to vote in the poll!
If you vote for digital anomolies, you have to explain how the wave in the first clip goes out of frame, then back into frame.
If it was a problem with the camera, it would be showing all the way through the video. It doesnt--it catches up to where he pans. Impossible.
I know that was you @dawg !!
What's the point of a Lunar Wave?
Crow has hypothesized that the lunar wave is actually a digital projection (hologram) designed to mask the true surface of the moon.
From that, one could infer that there are structures being obscured from view.
More detailed insight:
The original upload:
And how long has this been going on?
(a) His viewing of the lunar waves or (b) the lunar waves in general?
If (a), early this year.
If (b), no idea.
I'm down with a good conspiracy theory but this makes no sense. We've had telescopes that can view the moon for ages and I highly doubt that we've had hologram tech for that long.
Why are you so quick to say "we"? You think human technology exists to cloak the surface of the moon?
The technology of the present (in terms of optics) is WAY BETTER now than it's ever been. And now, it is being made available to the public. NASA is becoming obsolete.
Old telescopes could not pick up what Crow was shooting.
No, but old telescopes could pick up what he alleges they are hiding.
Besides, anyone worth their salt know all the cool shit is on the dark side of the moon
You should go onto his youtube channel. Read the comments.
You might be surprised with the support he's getting.
And watch all of his vids.
There's plenty of shitty CGI alien stuff on Youtube, but this guy covers his bases very well. If he's wrong, I'll be very surprised.
I'll check it out
Crow crowdsourced and now has enough money for some badass optical equipment. Expect some really good shots coming up.
Fantastic UFO footage at 5:30 mark, as well.
Noticed that the three people who voted for digital anomolies have shied away from explaining how the lunar wave could be in frame, go out of frame, and then catch up again.
If it was a problem with the camera, it would be in frame the entire time.
Crow update: He had some issues with the scope they sent to him, so he's having to re-tool. The new scope is on the way, though. New video should be up and shooting soon.
He is being sent another video of the lunar wave filmed in Germany.
Best channel on YouTube, imo.