posted on Sep, 21 2006 @ 08:39 AM
Kaminski, thanks a lot! If people really want to document this - and it is imperative that the citizens for serious research (CSR?) do that, then
anyone and everyone on board should be saving web pages with these news stories. I intend to do that. Save photos, news reports and as much video as
NASA will sweep this under the carpet, and news agencies who are in collusion with those who wish this to disappear will bury everything, and run
misleading and inaccurate information with regard to these happenings. Look at how fast all media ate up the "litter" story. Our media is no longer
in the habit of questioning anything, not NASA, not our government, no one. Their fact checking, as proven by the mighty Dan Rather is a thing of the
past...They should have just handed the news line to NASA, had Wayne Hale type up the news story and run it...
NASA did NOT, and I repeat did NOT identify the three glowing craft, the large object hurtling through our atmosphere, or the object Wayne Hale said
"looked like a plastic bag". If you want to talk trash, you can call the NASA explanation for these truly anomalous events, "garbage".
There was no scientific proof from the organization that was founded on, and succeeds because of scientific inquiry, but instead only a dismissive
"probably". This "probably" became a fact in the media - AND IT IS NOT. The media, and probably a lot of citizens took this response as fact,
because it came from scientists. But how much did they investigate these objects? They did not. They pointed a camera at them and saw what we saw.
If it were another group of people, like doctors, or car manufacturers, just lay persons who said this was probably "space litter", would we accept
that without an iota of serious investigation? It's a pat answer, and we can't accept that. How did so much debris just show up the day before
landing? Nope, sorry.
It's imperative that anyone who can try to capture photo and video evidence before it evaporates. A large segment of the media have the same
"handlers" that NASA probably has and these stories and evidence could evaporate. So I urge everyone who can to capture this info, save news web
pages and do not let this disappear. Too much blind trust and credibility has been placed upon our media, NASA, scientific institutions, and our
government by the average citizen and has taken the place of common sense, reason and simple observation. It's funny that an article can say that
"scientists have found..." and it's taken as fact. More than likely it is a fact, but trust in one's own judgment and self-inquiry has too often
been removed from the equation.
Whatever evidence is gathered can be joined and our own civilian movement can eventually supersede the organizations that have kept us in the dark for
so long. The NASA "tether" tapes, these events and others will soon be irrefutable to a growing number of people. I am outraged, in any event, that
NASA is hiding what are the most significant and important events in our history. Regardless, as the sightings increase, as "tourists" are
travelling more and more into space, as we gather evidence, the tide is turning...against those that want to keep all of this in the dark. And it
starts with us documenting, logging and keeping our own records against them...
By the way, someone said that one of the objects was larger than a satellite?! How can that just fall off of the shuttle...? Too many questions...I
also want to add that the fact that NASA called Object #1, the jellyfish looking object, a trash bag and chuckled about it is a careless, brazen and
insensitive affront to people who take this all seriously. NASA, however, were not able to conceal the concern that was clearly beneath their sweaty
And a last note, judging by the ham radio information, and other captured dialodue between the shuttle and NASA, these "santas" or "bogeys" are
standard procedure. Glad they're all enjoying the joke...
[edit on 21-9-2006 by OnTheDeck]