This is what I am seeing on two of Jupiter's moons folks! This is some huge s*&^*! Ganymede has images of creatures, beings,, lights, perfect circles and a source of light with squares, faces, animals.. and all sorts of things. You will need a magnifier on both photos I am displaying.
The other moon is Callisto. Now NASA would have us believing that these moons are frozen crust celestial bodies that may harbor life in a unfrozen ocean below it's surface.. Now do either one of them look frozen to you? I don't think so folks! You are being lied to once again! NASA even smears our faces in it and blurs the images just enough to see the evidence but not enough to make it look too obvious!
Ok folks...Both of these photos are from NASA/JPL interactive celestial bodies of the solar system. I prefer to not say "Our" solar system. I am here to tell you that we are NOT the only ones inhabiting this remote area of a remote outer orphaned galaxy.
If you upload and save these on your home pc or phone.. look at it for a few mins. Take a break...Come back to it a few hours later..or the next day if you have time. I guarantee that if you do this., each time you are going to experience an eye opening situation. Each time you are oging to see more and more and more and more objects, images, billboards, marquis, cities, lights, buildings...This moon IS A VIRTUAL BILLBOARD FOLKS! This world is screaming ...LOOK At MEEEEEE!. I got Texan goose bumps when I began to read this stuf.f...(Jim,,,,Is there such a thing as Texan Goosebumps)?
This is really good stuff. Nice work.
Im looking at a mining operation....assay pits, winding roads, linear features, right angles, the craters are the prize apparently.
To state the bleedin' obvious, It's reasonable to assume all larger solid bodies - planets and moons - that lie beyond the four inner planets have a frozen crust. Nothing in your off-colour pic indicates otherwise.
Please calm down. The "off-topic" phrase refers to my own comments. It is not a reference to your post, nor is it a reference to the placement of your post.
Your post says the moons are NOT frozen. You say: "Now NASA would have us believing that these moons are frozen crust celestial bodies that may harbor life in a unfrozen ocean below it's surface.. Now do either one of them look frozen to you? I don't think so folks! "
My response to this asks "why do you claim these moons are not frozen?" It would be nice if you could answer that question, because I cannot for the life of me gauge the temperature of that moon by staring at the picture. But then, your eyes are probably better than mine.
I make the simple, indeed obvious, point that the moons are a long way from the Sun, and therefore likely to be frozen. Given that, it's fair to assume the surfaces are barren wastelands incapable of supporting life. Comprendo, amigo?
However, you urge your admirers here to study the image to reveal the wonders of advanced civilisation, such that "each time you are oging [sic] to see more and more and more and more objects, images, billboards, marquis, cities, lights, buildings...This moon IS A VIRTUAL BILLBOARD FOLKS!"
Tell me if I'm wrong, but I'm guessing your observational acuity leads you to conclude the abundance of intelligent life proves your point about the temperature - possibly a nice part of the Solar System to enjoy one's retirement.
Given my abject failure to discern any tell-tale signs of advanced civilisation, I'm afraid I must defer to NASA's version of Jovian reality. And if you're planning on visiting, play it safe and take your woolies.
Oh, and don't forget to answer my question.
You tell me how this is off topic please.
Somewhat off-topic, but why do you claim these moons are not frozen? After all, these bodies are a long way from the Sun, so it would seem reasonable to assume they are very cold places indeed. Astrobiologists say the most likely place for life in the solar system - after Earth of course - is Europa, which has a liquid ocean beneath its frozen crust. That implies (unproved) the existence of intense geothermal activity at the core, which could provide the energy to sustain primitive life.