Originally posted by buddhasystem
Just hold on a second. Are you honestly telling me that launching military-purpose satellites from the shuttle is in anyway correlated with performing incredible "aerobatics" in space in complete stealth, undetected, and expending tremendous amounts of energy all the while?
I consider it entirely possible that there have been secret satellites launched from the shuttle, sure. I don't recall that I mentioned anything about the shuttle performing "aerobatics" while in orbit. Perhaps, while the shuttle takes 44 hours to dock, it has time to launch a secret satellite into orbit?
What you are saying is equivalent to this: "urinary infections can be treated with antibiotics, hence they are probably effective against AIDS". They are not.
You really need to learn a better form of argumentative technique to support your opinions. The above paragraph is totally off-topic and useless when discussing the possible secret uses for the space shuttle. This is another poor analogy on your part that does not make sense to the topic being discussed.
My "android test" yielded just right amount of information about your way of thinking.
Your 'android test' was another example of your poor analogies that you use to try and take the thread off-topic. It was as useless as the discussion of AIDS and urinary infections. Clearly, John Lear is not an android, so ANYTHING you type that uses John being an android for a premise, is garbage.