posted on Nov, 1 2007 @ 01:40 PM
Profit and truth aren't always necessarily mutually exclusive. It is entirely possible to profit from disclosing truth that really is the...well,
(honestly, who wouldn't try?)
But this whole press conference thing...has left a really bad taste in my mouth.
I wasted my entire day (and night, coast to coast am anyone?) scouring for *anything* that came from this conference.
I woke up the next day, found the story removed from press.com, and now online at pravda.ru. I immediately felt like a child who had stayed up all
night glued to the chimney on Christmas Eve.
However, having said this, I did find a lot of interesting stuff (similar to what other posters are saying in this thread) over at the Associated
Particularly this story:
It's very boring and dry - except for the 2nd to last paragraph - which is what I found particularly interesting.
I guess the whole point of this post is to identify the fact that NASA isn't exactly as forthcoming (proven mind you - not just CT) as it claims it
I don't want to get into circular logic here, but, if they can withhold legal reports on safety - the stuff we know about - it lets the imagination
really wander to what's withheld that we do NOT know about.
which I guess...after preview my post now...um..isn't really news...I'll try to post more meaningful things in the future...sorry.