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You claim to have worked on Cassini's power systems? Good for you! Then you're probably mixed up with NASA/JPL.
Alright, I'm just stumbling across this massive thread, it would be too cumbersome to claw through it all,
so I have a question:
Has anyone raised the possibility of photo manipulation? Has anyone analyzed this for signs of photo manipulation?
I'm not ready to say we're onto something here until someone can rule out manipulation.
Originally posted by OptionToChoose
Mike, I just wanted to say thanx for this thread, and all of your posts. You have clearly done plenty of homework, and judging from the high-volume of compliments from the ATS community in general for your contributions, I'm not the only one enlightened by the fantastic information you have shared, and continue to share.
Is it really possible to ignite Jupiter with a nuke from Earth? That's incredibly delicate . . . would ET allow it?
Originally posted by ZeroGhost
NASA, while there are some very smart people there, are pretty much clueless about much of what they see. I've worked with NASA on site and they are doiks like the rest of us.
Originally posted by timelike
Doesn't it bother anyone, that through a telescope (a large one at that) all appears well in the Saturnian sysetm? No purtabations of moons, no discolouration in the rings or Cassini Division, nothing...
[edit on 25-9-2007 by timelike]
Originally posted by OptionToChoose
Zorgon, you have waaayy more access to insider-info than I could ever hope to have,
Part of the team researching the hypothetical explosion was a young Carl Sagan, who was recruited to study how the mushroom cloud would expand and collapse under the moons lighter gravity. Sagan proposed that a legitimate scientific purpose for the explosion could have been examining the cloud for possible organic material.
Years later, Sagan apparently presented some of the results of his research on the project in an application for an academic fellowship. Reiffel believes that by doing so Sagan breached national security, as the primary secret of the project was its very existence. This breach of security was discussed in a recent biography of the astronomer, but was not detailed in that book.
And someone mentioned earlier in the thread they may belong to the Reptillians? There goes the solar system!
Thanks, Ron. I got a kick out of reading your note! YES..MIB's do exist. Did you get a chance to read my story about the 'visitor' I met at MacDill? He had 2 sets of eyelids...honestly...reptilian! I about # my pants when I saw his eyes...never forget them!
Originally posted by mikesingh
Regarding the nuking of Saturn, igniting it into a sun to warm the outer moons in the Solar System
This is a documentation and study of the feasibility of creating a sustainable fusion reaction from an initial fission reaction on Saturn caused by a significant quantity of Plutonium-238 being inserted deep into the atmosphere. A fusion-ignited Saturn-sun would be the key to creating a human-habitable area on Titan. This report is the result of my intensive research on this subject since late 2002. I could not be so confident in my assertions if it were not for the additional key research of Jacco van der Worp, a Netherlands physicist,
Originally posted by Beachcoma highly improbable
NASA to crash probes on moon in water hunt
Impact should be visible from Earth via telescope
NASA’s next mission to the moon will not merely orbit the gray satellite, but crash two vehicles into its South Pole to hunt for water ice, the space agency said Monday.
In addition to mapping the moon to support future astronaut missions, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spaceflight will also aim a spent fuel stage and impactor probe at a southern crater rich in hydrogen and, possibly, ice.
“I think aggressively touching the moon is an understatement,” said Scott Horowitz, NASA’s associate administrator for the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, in a Monday press conference. “What this mission buys is an early attempt to know what some of the resources we’re going to have ... we know for sure that for human exploration to succeed we’re going to have to essentially live off the land.”
Originally posted by zorgon
I guess plutonium is so plentiful that it has no value...
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
Secondary explosion? You say you have a lot of astronomy contacts and such, rather than insinuating that we may have hit something "artificial" why don't you ponder the object that was hit, what it's properties are, what the likely impact would produce, possible prolonged ejecta possibilities (remember what it is we hit) and you could come up with some much more plausible reasons. I could list some things that make a -little- more sense, but if you sit and think about it for a while you will get more out of it.
Why is it you always want to jump to the farthest out there conclusion on everything? I know, i know, you will say I am some blind denier and debunker that must always try to use logic, reason, and common sense to throw mud.