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March 20, 2015, 07:47:53 AM
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.
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March 20, 2015, 08:12:13 AM
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.

Do you realize how much energy would be required to start rotation of the moon, then stop it after 180 degrees?  Where would that energy come from?

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March 20, 2015, 08:15:19 AM
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I imagine space Nazi's.

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March 20, 2015, 08:34:09 AM
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Our moon is the Death Star, only it's been there for so long, the side facing us is all covered with dust and no-one has bothered to clean it.  Wink

The other side looks like this.


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March 20, 2015, 05:24:46 PM
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.

Do you realize how much energy would be required to start rotation of the moon, then stop it after 180 degrees?  Where would that energy come from?
I'm sure the question will be either answered sarcastically or ignored. You probably would need a nuclear explosion to turn it, but you'd also risk pushing it out of orbit so it won't ever be done.


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March 20, 2015, 05:31:26 PM
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.

Do you realize how much energy would be required to start rotation of the moon, then stop it after 180 degrees?  Where would that energy come from?
I'm sure the question will be either answered sarcastically or ignored. You probably would need a nuclear explosion to turn it, but you'd also risk pushing it out of orbit so it won't ever be done.


Even a 100 megaton of TNT explosion would not be enough, not even close.
Its a whole different scale of energy required to something like that.

I have not calculated the number, but if you said 1000000 nukes, then would it be more realistic.

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March 20, 2015, 05:48:47 PM
Last edit: March 22, 2015, 03:53:09 AM by notbatman
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.

Do you realize how much energy would be required to start rotation of the moon, then stop it after 180 degrees?  Where would that energy come from?
I'm sure the question will be either answered sarcastically or ignored. You probably would need a nuclear explosion to turn it, but you'd also risk pushing it out of orbit so it won't ever be done.


The Moon rotates on its axis every 27.322 days, having it turn 180 degrees would only be a matter of de-synchronizing it temporarily. Tesla has been famously quoted as saying he could move the earth if he could wrap a wire around it.
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March 20, 2015, 06:56:25 PM
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Our moon is the Death Star, only it's been there for so long, the side facing us is all covered with dust and no-one has bothered to clean itWink

The other side looks like this.



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March 20, 2015, 07:01:28 PM
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When the Sun is gold and Black,
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cause decksperiment's playing the Dark side of the Moon..

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March 20, 2015, 07:59:21 PM
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I've tried to visualize the dark side of the Moon and this is what I'm getting. I see a giant skull face, the moon appears to be an artificial construct. Inside the eye sockets are terawatt stereoscopic imaging radar transmitters. The Moon need only turn and cast its gaze upon us should we anger it.


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March 20, 2015, 10:25:01 PM
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Im pretty sure there are Transformers over there.
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March 21, 2015, 06:32:28 PM
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FYI, rough math assuming solid moon.

71701720.8413 Megatons to stop rotation, considering the largest explosion ever was about 50MT, we'd need 1.5 million of those.

assume the moon is solid, workout the moment of inertia and kinetic energy.

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March 21, 2015, 06:43:15 PM
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FYI, rough math assuming solid moon.

71701720.8413 Megatons to stop rotation, considering the largest explosion ever was about 50MT, we'd need 1.5 million of those.

assume the moon is solid, workout the moment of inertia and kinetic energy.

Sound reasonable.

Side note: It is true what nsimmons state, that the largest human made explosion ever was about 50MT, the Tsar Bomba. However it is a 3-stage hydrogen bomb, 100MT, but was scaled down to 50% for the test explosion.

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March 21, 2015, 06:46:03 PM
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FYI, rough math assuming solid moon.

71701720.8413 Megatons to stop rotation, considering the largest explosion ever was about 50MT, we'd need 1.5 million of those.

assume the moon is solid, workout the moment of inertia and kinetic energy.

Sound reasonable.

Side note: It is true what nsimmons state, that the largest human made explosion ever was about 50MT, the Tsar Bomba. However it is a 3-stage hydrogen bomb, 100MT, but was scaled down to 50% for the test explosion.

You ever see the newer time machine movie? Where in the future they used nukes to excavated on the moon and split it in half. This is what i think would happen.


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