posted on Oct, 27 2003 @ 04:50 PM
I'm going to throw this out here and I know I'm going to get flamed for this but what the hell.
First I want to say that there is nobody who would like more then to wake up one morning, turn on CNN, and watch the DoD unveil the Aurora as well as
these other aircraft. I have been following the Aurora since the donut on a ropes pictures first appeared in Aviation Week. I believe that we have
some amazing technology and good reason to believe it.
Unfortunately the evidence for the existance of Aurora is almost nonexistent. There is the budget line item, sonic booms, contrails. There is the
conincidence of the SR-71 going out of service at about the same time with no fight by the USAF. What I fail to see though is any proof that any of
this ties together to make a spy plane that is not only flying but we have a fleet of. In another thread someone suggested that the aircraft that
fueled the SR-71 are still in service distributing exotic fuels. How do you know this? The fuel used by the SR-71 isn't exotic compared to what we
believe these planes use. There is the North Sea sighting which I believe without a doubt was one of our secret aircraft. But I think people are
jumping to conclusions based upon what they want it to be instead of what is most practical.
I believe Aurora exists. I know Aurora exists. But my new view of Aurora is quite different then what is currently believed. My information
indicates the Aurora was in fact a X-30 project being secretly carried out. It's the size of 727 and did fly and very fast at that. But the program
was cancelled. I have not read a single thing on the internet indicating that this is in fact what the Aurora was, but I tell you why I believe it to
be true. The Air Force had ambitions to be able to go into space, and doing so would accomplish man things. The would be able to launch satellites
covertly. They could use it as a spy platform and be anywhere in the world in a matter of hours. They could deploy weapons. It was the next logical
step for the Air Force.
Here is a link to some information and after reading it you will understand why I might feel this way. Cooper Canyon ran from 82 to 85, and then we