NASA/USGS Rotational Tuning Facility #9

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posted on Jun, 7 2010 @ 09:12 PM
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Originally posted by annestacey
I would rather prove this facility to be nonexistent as opposed to just forgetting about it. Isn't that one of the reasons for this site... to prove or disprove the existence and/or validity of questionable topics?

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My goodness, have you got things backwards. You need to prove things like this exist, rather than the opposite. I'd like someone to have to prove I don't have a trillion dollars in my bank account, but it just doesn't work that way.

BTW, I can help you out on this one, after 1/1000th second of research..... it doesn't exist.




posted on Nov, 14 2010 @ 08:11 PM
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Its all a SPOOF. I have had two friends that are sharp guys fooled by this. The Rotational Tuning thing is a poke at Liberty University / Thomas Road Baptist Church, which is south of the mall. The author is saying IHO, "they think they can change the world". The rest of that retroweb site is along the same lines poking the local "rubes". There is a as is with most of these sort of spoofs a grain of truth here and there that makes these things believable. The "Ugly Building' exists but the tale is fake. "The Spock" church story is a spoof of a real local church called "The Kirk". The Evington gorilla story is fake, yes the rail road main line runs through here (yea I live there) and circus trains undoubtedly traveled through. But the multi-generational locals say no way.The rest follow the same pattern. So hahaha....sigh...



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 02:24 PM
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The photo of the "Rotational Tuning Facility" is actually an unretouched, unedited image of a now-demolished engine test stand, which was located at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

You can see it here: blog.al.com...





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