posted on Sep, 20 2006 @ 09:45 AM
I caught this morning what I think was the second NASA debriefing. I think there has been one debriefing, last night (Tues., Sept. 19) between
7:00-8:00pm, during which Wayne Hale mentioned the object he considered to "appear" to be a plastic bag, and the second object, which was hurtling
through our atmosphere. Wayne could only conclude that the first object that had been photographed looked like a plastic bag, but he did not know
conclusively what it was. He also admitted, regarding the object hurtling through the clouds, that despite appearing rectangular in shape, that he did
not know what it was.
The second significant NASA debriefin was just an interview with the astronauts after they had awoken (also last night, Tues.), at which time they
were asked rudimentary questions about space flight. Conspicuously absent were any questions at all about the fearful tone in the male astronaut's
voice (whomever that was) when he excalimed that he was "not joking" and that "something had flown past the window". NO FOLLOW UP ON THIS
RECORDING?! Someone was not allowing the most pressing question to arise during that interview, or maybe it just hadn't occurred to anyone(?).
The third briefing was this morning, Wed., Sept. 20. There were three people on the NASA panel taking just a couple of questions. A woman with the
press asked about the now "four" objects with regard to the growing buzz surrounding these things, and wanted to know what NASA thought about them,
or if they thought they were a risk. NASA's response, not surprisingly, was very prosaic, and they seemed to draw attention from that matter and
instead discussed their preparations for landing. NASA has basically cut short their two briefings so far, not taking more than a couple of questions,
and basically ignoring the elephant in the room...
Are several "concerning" unknown objects appearing from seemingly nowhere, flying around the space shuttle - and which has caused the landing to be
pushed up for a second day - now unimportant and insignificant enough to just ignore questions on? Or ignore totally? These objects are not debris
floating harmlessly out into space, these objects are numerous and they seem to be following the shuttle.
All of this is enough to get the international media and the growing watching public very interested in what's going on - and NASA is not diffusing
this, as easy as it would be, but are basically ignoring the show altogether...
Hope everyone is keeping their eyes on this...and it will be hard for now the international community to accept "space debris" as an explanation for
everything that's going on up there...(p.s. thank you Worldwatcher!)
P.P.S. - NASA and the world press owe it to mankind to treat this with the serious interest it deserves, and with the tenacity that everyone is
clearly demanding with regard to these fantastic and unprecendeted sightings. The world is watching!!!
Right now NASA is saying "We don't know, but we don't care." ?! What kind of response is that?
[edit on 20-9-2006 by OnTheDeck]