Is the moon a hologram?

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Is the moon a hologram?
« on: January 10, 2016, 08:34:29 PM »
Somewhat consistent with snowglobe earth theory,  is the Crrow777 lunar hologram theory,   I watched a couple of his videos on the lunar wave, and thought he seemed geniune?

Is this becoming a part of flat earth dogma?

https://www.youtube.com/user/Crrow777

Another conspiracy to unravel.
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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2016, 01:21:55 AM »
You think the moon may be a hologram do you?

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2016, 01:41:25 AM »
You think the moon may be a hologram do you?

Of course not,   but what's causing the wave that he records on video,  that's the question.

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2016, 02:00:24 AM »
You think the moon may be a hologram do you?

Of course not,   but what's causing the wave that he records on video,  that's the question.
Don't know, what do you think is causing the wave?
You must have some idea.

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2016, 02:12:37 AM »
You think the moon may be a hologram do you?

Of course not,   but what's causing the wave that he records on video,  that's the question.
Don't know, what do you think is causing the wave?
You must have some idea.

Maybe some kind of mechanical resonance between his telescope drive mechanism, and the video frame rate.   But that's just guessing. 
 
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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2016, 02:29:05 AM »
Maybe some kind of mechanical resonance between his telescope drive mechanism, and the video frame rate.   

But you said it was a 'conspiracy'.

Look:

Another conspiracy to unravel.

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #6 on: January 11, 2016, 07:32:54 AM »
Crow777 seems to be the only person seeing these "waves"
there are two possibilities.  either it is a digital effect he has added in post, or it is an effect from wake turbulence from passing airliners (an effect others have seen that looks identical).
He has refused to observe the moon at the same time as other observers.  what this would accomplish is to see if it is a real effect.  If other separated observers see it at the same time then it would prove his "hologram" theory correct.  If they don't then at best it would be wake turbulence from an airliner or at worst him deceptively editing it in post.  His refusal indicates he knows what it is and he knows it is not a real effect. 

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #7 on: January 11, 2016, 06:03:31 PM »
This guy thinks it's atmospheric effects.

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Sounds plausible.

I'd be more convinced by Crrow777,   if he wasn't always banging on about UFO's and chemtrails.

That brings in the UFO crowd,  and they aren't as level headed as the flat earthers... :) 



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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2016, 06:08:41 PM »
This guy thinks it's atmospheric effects.

Funny, cos this guy thinks it's a 'conspiracy':

Another conspiracy to unravel.

He's mental though; thinks he worked at CERN ffs...

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #9 on: January 12, 2016, 04:23:32 AM »
There are lots of sites debunking Crrow777,    and some have caught him out,    he comes across in his presentation as honest and genuine,  and then you find out his beliefs


1. He doesnít believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
2. He doesnít accept any visual footage from NASA.  He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
3. Furthermore, heís commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesnít believe the ISS is real either.
4. He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
5. Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the publicís mind.

Those beliefs take him out of the "genuine"  category into the ranks of the nutters and whackos...    pity he turned out to be a fruitcake.


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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #10 on: January 12, 2016, 04:33:09 AM »
There are lots of sites debunking Crrow777,    and some have caught him out,    he comes across in his presentation as honest and genuine,  and then you find out his beliefs


1. He doesnít believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
2. He doesnít accept any visual footage from NASA.  He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
3. Furthermore, heís commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesnít believe the ISS is real either.
4. He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
5. Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the publicís mind.

Those beliefs take him out of the "genuine"  category into the ranks of the nutters and whackos...    pity he turned out to be a fruitcake.
You try far too hard for little gain. The harder you try, the more believable the stuff you attempt to debunk, looks.

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #11 on: January 12, 2016, 06:09:51 AM »
There are lots of sites debunking Crrow777,    and some have caught him out,    he comes across in his presentation as honest and genuine,  and then you find out his beliefs


1. He doesnít believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
2. He doesnít accept any visual footage from NASA.  He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
3. Furthermore, heís commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesnít believe the ISS is real either.
4. He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
5. Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the publicís mind.

Those beliefs take him out of the "genuine"  category into the ranks of the nutters and whackos...    pity he turned out to be a fruitcake.
You try far too hard for little gain. The harder you try, the more believable the stuff you attempt to debunk, looks.

I have nothing to gain from Crrow777 being a fruitcake,   in fact I'm dissapointed,  he came across as genuine.

I still think some of his videos are top quality.
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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #12 on: January 12, 2016, 12:24:17 PM »


I have nothing to gain from Crrow777
Seems like you do.

Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #13 on: January 12, 2016, 12:37:15 PM »
Because he's in on the conspircy?

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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #14 on: January 12, 2016, 12:46:03 PM »
There are lots of sites debunking Crrow777,    and some have caught him out,    he comes across in his presentation as honest and genuine,  and then you find out his beliefs


1. He doesnít believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
2. He doesnít accept any visual footage from NASA.  He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
3. Furthermore, heís commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesnít believe the ISS is real either.
4. He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
5. Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the publicís mind.

Those beliefs take him out of the "genuine"  category into the ranks of the nutters and whackos...    pity he turned out to be a fruitcake.

I've watched a few of his vids. Certainly interesting stuff. As for the views you object to, above, so what? At least half of those points are reasonable to any thinking person.
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Re: Is the moon a hologram?
« Reply #15 on: January 12, 2016, 12:48:34 PM »
There are lots of sites debunking Crrow777,    and some have caught him out,    he comes across in his presentation as honest and genuine,  and then you find out his beliefs


1. He doesnít believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
2. He doesnít accept any visual footage from NASA.  He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
3. Furthermore, heís commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesnít believe the ISS is real either.
4. He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
5. Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the publicís mind.

Those beliefs take him out of the "genuine"  category into the ranks of the nutters and whackos...    pity he turned out to be a fruitcake.

I've watched a few of his vids. Certainly interesting stuff. As for the views you object to, above, so what? At least half of those points are reasonable to any thinking crazy person.