Originally posted by syrinx high priest
are any of you guilty of having the belief the aliens shot down the one that fell to earth ?
be honest why didn't they shoot this one down then ?
If this were the case .......... maybe there was something on the first that aliens did not want on Earth? That, in of itself, could be pro or con -
maybe that cargo could have benifited this race immensly, and they did not want a closer playing ground ....... or maybe it could have wiped us out,
and it was a salvation, in sense.
Just my thoughts for your question.
As for the whole enchilada .........
I was filling in my bud on the whole thing, and this is what I ended up with :
We had a black flying object.
We had an object with the appearance of a Jellyfish.
We had a triangular shaped set of white lights
We had a light crossing all cockpit windows PERPENDICULAR TO THE NOSE OF THE CRAFT.
We had four real-time lengthy news briefings from NASA ( carried also on the Big 4 ) within several hours of which the ONLY subject were these
We had all major media outlets reporting this event as breaking news, with follow-ups every news segment.
We had an astronaut claim on the radio to NASA of the first report of the white objects, in a tone of emergence, (quote) "I'm serious ...... I'm
We have now ............. nothing.
The first de-briefing after shuttle landing, the black dot was dismissed as "we see junk all the time", the Jellyfish was dismissed as "a plastic
bag". The two incidents of light were not raised ...... at all. Nor was anything else spoken of objects, by NASA nor the reporters. Let me reiterate
that last one ..... the reporters did not ask any questions about it
Hell I'm not a reporter, but can think how illogical the NASA stance against plausability of :
-- "objects happen all the time
" + "why have we not then had briefings all day on all previous missions, if objects occur in every
-- "probably just objects from the Shuttle itself
" + "how does an object in zero gravity with no propulsion actions from any craft and no
solar winds occuring get from its original location to crossing perpendicular to the nose of the spacecraft?
-- "probably just objects from the Shuttle itself" + "what objects were they, being all Shuttle objects are accounted for?
Space.com's wrap-up article had this to say about the objects: "__________".
That's right, they had NOTHING to say about it.
Anyone have anything else, of the illogical stance of NASA, to add ( or correct
!! ) to this? ( a timeline was not my goal, the just occurances