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Somebody Else Is On The Moon George H. Leonard | PDF download

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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 puts forth all sorts of "evidence" to support his idea. 99.9% percent of this evidence involves photographs of the moon taken by NASA during orbiting probes. Keep in mind the book was written in the 70s immediately after the Apollo missions. So the book is rife with moronic predictions that haven't come true within the time frame the author lays out there.

The whole thing works well as a comedy piece, 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 photo as proof. Inevitably I'd flip to the grainy, low-contrast photo included in the book and would see a rock. Back and forth. Uh...that's a rock. That's a shadow cast by a rock. That's another rock. Uh...light 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 photograph. But he's referencing photos of rocks and claiming they're "machines" and "rigs". Oh...this 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 quasi-detective story that illustrates people 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 sign that these people are hiding something when it's patently obvious it's a reaction of shock to the supreme levels of stupidity this moron is putting forth. Oh...did I mention how stupid this book was? Sorry, I'm just spent. I can't even convey the brainless chatter that boiled out of this paperback. Did I mention how stupid this book was? Oh...I already said that (this is how the book reads). Ouch...

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the whole thing works well as a comedy piece, 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 photo as proof. inevitably i'd flip to the grainy, low-contrast photo included in the book and would see a rock. back and forth. uh...that's a rock. that's a shadow cast by a rock. that's another rock. uh...light 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 photograph. but he's referencing photos of rocks and claiming they're "machines" and "rigs". oh...this 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 quasi-detective story that illustrates people 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 sign that these people are hiding something when it's patently obvious it's a reaction of shock to the supreme levels of stupidity this moron is putting forth. oh...did i mention how stupid this book was? sorry, i'm just spent. i can't even convey the brainless chatter that boiled out of this paperback. did i mention how stupid this book was? oh...i already said that (this is how the book reads). ouch...
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the whole thing works well as a comedy piece, 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 photo as proof. inevitably i'd flip to the grainy, low-contrast photo included in the book and would see a rock. back and forth. uh...that's a rock. that's a shadow cast by a rock. that's another rock. uh...light 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 photograph. but he's referencing photos of rocks and claiming they're "machines" and "rigs". oh...this book was so stupid. did i say that already?

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the whole thing works well as a comedy piece, 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 photo as proof. inevitably i'd flip to the grainy, low-contrast photo included in the book and would see a rock. back and forth. uh...that's a rock. that's a shadow cast by a rock. that's another rock. uh...light 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 photograph. but he's referencing photos of rocks and claiming they're "machines" and "rigs". oh...this book was so stupid. did i say that already?

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the whole thing works well as a comedy piece, 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 photo as proof. inevitably i'd flip to the grainy, low-contrast photo included in the book and would see a rock. back and forth. uh...that's a rock. that's a shadow cast by a rock. that's another rock. uh...light 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 photograph. but he's referencing photos of rocks and claiming they're "machines" and "rigs". oh...this book was so stupid. did i say that already?

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