Our moon has an atmosphere.
It’s not made up of nitrogen and oxygen, but sodium and potassium – and it’s very weak. While Earth’s atmosphere has a density of 10^18 parts per million, the moon only has 10^5 parts per million. So unlike Earth’s atmosphere, where particles are bumping into each other all the time, particles rarely collide on the moon.
Apparently the military have been working with Aliens since we signalled them with our H-bomb testing back in the 1940s. Charles Hall worked as a weatherman on the base. This is a 1.5hr video of a lecture he gave . . . [Read more…]