Former NASA consultant and science adviser to CBS News and Walter Cronkite, Richard C. Hoagland revealed "history-changing" results of the recent four-month-old Chinese Chang'e-3 unmanned landing on the Moon. He presented --with startling Chinese government lunar images-- "what the Chinese have really discovered on the Moon." Using photo-processing with the official Chinese photos, he "equalized" (turned up the grain) darker areas, which then showed evidence for the ruins of "tall, glass crystalline skyscrapers" that may be miles high.
The Chang'e-3 images, which first appeared on the official Chinese Army website, are part of a plan to challenge the West (which has been protecting secrets about the moon), and "blow the doors off," he asserted. When you compare the Chinese imagery of these "ancient crystalline domes" with the Apollo images, including Ken Johnston's print, "the geometry is identical," he stated. "The whole moon appears to have been kind of remodeled on the surface," and the extent of these ruins goes on for hundreds of miles, Hoagland continued. For more on this lunar landing imagery, see the Enterprise Mission's new paper.
Hoagland believes that a Type II ancient civilization left stunning architecture, not just on the moon, but all over the solar system. "We're looking at the cathedralization of the solar system by an extraordinarily advanced race" that we may be distantly related to, he remarked. In addition, he updated several science stories, including the state of current private space explorations, exoplanets, Mars, and Europa.
Collapse & Self-Sufficiency
First hour guest, self-sustainability expert Dan Martin talked about the possibilities of a government or economic collapse. He noted that the increase in extreme weather and climate instabilities could trigger such a collapse, as well how a solar flare might knock out the power grid for years to come. Martin, who lived with his wife for six years off-the-grid, offers tips for self-sufficiency in his book Apocalypse: How to Survive a Global Crisis.
News segment guests: Ed Dames, Howard Bloom