Harrison Schmitt – A Lunar Economy

by on April 11, 2010      

in Law, Government, & Military

Harrison Schmitt

Harrison Schmitt

In this exciting segment, Apollo 17 astronaut and former U.S. Senator Harrison Schmitt discusses his book Return to the Moon. Harrison Schmitt captures every single detail pertaining to lunar settlement and commerce as a new and necessary frontier. An entire new and critically important industrial lunar economy is within reach. Join us with Harrison Schmitt and learn why it is so crucial to envision ourselves using the moon’s resources for lunar and terrestrial life!

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1 Henry April 12, 2010 at 1:28 am

According to the Apollo 20 scenario, apparently Americans found Aliens living on the moon already, so they were warned not to come back.

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2 Kim Greenhouse April 12, 2010 at 6:42 am

Henry, what do you mean the Apollo 20 scenario?

What do you mean they were warned not to return?

Can you give us more detail about this matter?

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3 Henry April 12, 2010 at 7:41 pm

Hi Kim,
Sorry about leaving that comment in a hurry.

I thought maybe you’ve already heard of Richard C. Hoagland’s “Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA” before, http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Mission-Secret-History-NASA/dp/1932595260
Basically, the book says NASA found alien structures on the Moon but such truth is kept from the public.

As for the “secret Apollo 20 mission”, i think this is a good place to start, http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread347845/pg13#pid7719359

They say Apollo 20 found the wreck of a gigantic spaceship on the moon. (Along with other things according to this story)
You can see from the above link, that the CLEP (Chinese Lunar Exploration Program) has an article on their official website discussing the discovery of the spaceship by Apollo 20 as well, just after first Chinese Lunar orbiter finished surveying the moon. Apparently, the story of Apollo 20 has made headlines besides some conspiracy sites. So that maybe an indication that there is at least some truth in the story.

And there are even modern suggestions that the Moon is actually a giant artificial object,
There is at least one ancient Chinese astronomical record seem to echo such notion “official astronomical record made around 12th century AD says “one particular night the Moon first moved some distance away from its course in a short time before it recovered its position”, there were also records of “stars violating the Moon” in the ancient Chinese books. ”
(this piece of information is also from ATS)

Maybe there is an “unofficial” reason for Obama’s decision?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/feb/01/barack-obama-nasa-moon-budget

Maybe Itsrainmakingtime can do a show with Richard Hoagland someday?
Because i think the Moon is significant to us, as well as the Apollo missions, we ought to find the truth about the Moon. Like so many issues, climate changes, sea levels, ancient discoveries, etc as demonstrated by your shows, the truth is often concealed or distorted by governments and the MSM.

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4 jonathan eisen April 26, 2010 at 10:23 pm

Sen. Schmitt ignores ALL the evidence for workable, efficient “free energy” technologies. He ignorantly (or deliberately) disparages hydrogen and I regret that you didn’t challenge him on it. There have been many examples of economically viable disassociation of water and I have myself driven cars running entirely on water on two occasions. I edited a book on this and other suppressed inventions in a book I did with PenguinPutnam IN 2000 called SUPPRESSED INVENTIONS AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES.

Kind regards

Jonathan Eisen

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5 Kim Greenhouse April 27, 2010 at 8:59 am

Jonathan, thank you for listening to the interview. Don’t regret that I did not challenge our guest about Hydrogen. We are well aware of many suppressed technologies. Throughout my 25 year mission, it has been very clear that not only have technologies been suppressed from the public who needs them and could benefit from them – almost all advanced solutions risk disrupting billions or trillions of dollars of infrastructure produced by existing methods and known knowledge.

My role as a host is to invite open discussion with all of our guests and to meet them where they are. From there, we may step out into more and more discovery. There is much to challenge about everything. As for hydrogen, maybe you are supposed to discuss this on one of our upcoming segments. Then, maybe we should invite our guest back to expand the discussion. When you invite someone to your house for dinner, it is best to get to know them and to learn about where they stand. Not all of the most challenging questions need to come from the first interview.

So let’s have you on to discuss what it is you would like to share, and then invite back Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt.

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