posted on Sep, 24 2019 @ 12:19 AM
a reply to: JimOberg
I have the greatest of respect for you Mr Oberg and know that you have spent a great deal of your life working for NASA and that given the complexity
of the contracts keeping many thing's a secret there especially from people like yourself whom are an unofficial spokesperson for the organisation
(and whom I do not believe would deliberately be involved in a cover up if you knew about it unless it was for the very best reason) would be nearly -
nearly - impossible but NOT impossible.
Remember your government and even your agency work in a compartmentalized fashion and this allows private contractors for example to make parts
without ever knowing what they will eventually be used for.
Also there is something that I feel is pertinent.
A lot of peoples in this world had legend's of a lost golden age, of a war in heaven and of humanity being punished and having to atone to the
heaven's, some resorted to sacrifice to try to appease these invisible sky deity's and other's had hero's that fought them such as the (asia)
But likewise many have legend's of a great flood and a natural catastrophe, a cometary strike on the glaciers during the last ice age causing tidal
waves and a rapid sea level rise could be the basis if human oral traditions can be shown to last that long other than the new debunking argument
about the flooding of the black sea.
Indeed one of your greatest astronaut's James Irwin was absolutely convinced and spent the latter years of his life searching for this very
(not only a scientist and astronaut but a devout Christian and a very nice guy by all account's, a worthy hero but not the biggest name from the
Then again how does a multi billion dollar organization like yours lose valuable data - degaussing the tapes come on man that simply does not happen
unless they needed the old tape reels on an old computer system which by the time they were checked out from your national archives and then lost was
absolutely no longer in use at that time, it was the age of floppy discs by that time period and even those early discs help a lot more than a stack
of those older tapes.
Hey remember that guy that found a load of old NASA tapes in his basement and how they worked to rebuild one of those old computers to try to read
what was on them.
edit on 24-9-2019 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)