Wilson writes (p. 141): "While on the Moon, did any of our astronauts see any indication of alien handiwork, such as strange constructions, disturbances or the like? Consider this strange Apollo 16 conversation:"
has landed. I can't see how fat the (garble) ... this is a blocked field
we're in from the south ray - tremendous difference in the albedo. I just
get the feeling that these rocks may have come from somewhere else. Everywhere
we saw the ground, which is about the whole sunlit side, you had the same
delineation the Apollo 15 photography showed on Hadley, Delta and Radley
O.K. Go ahead.
I'm looking out here at Stone Mountain and it's got - it looks like somebody
has been out there plowing across the side of it. The beaches - the benches
- look like one sort of terrace after another, right up the side. They
sort of follow the contour of it right around.
Any difference in the terraces?
No, Tony. Not that I could tell form here. These terraces could be raised
but of (garble) or something like that ...
(Mattingly in lunar orbit overhead): Another strange sight over here. It
looks - a flashing light - I think it's Annbell. Another crater here looks
as though it's flooded except that this same material seems to run up on
the outside. You can see a definite patch of this stuff that's run down
inside. And that material lays or has been structured on top of it, but
it lays on top of things that are outside and higher. It's a very strange
writes (p.142): "And we might add that this is a very strange conversation.
What are the real meanings of such terms used here as structure, blocked
field, beaches, benches, terraces and the like? NASA claims that they are
just metaphoric terms to describe unusual natural formations."