posted on Jan, 29 2008 @ 12:58 AM
reply to post by DancedWithWolves
I've been all over NASA the last few days like white on rice... many of the links I found using the advanced search in regard to TU24 there were
pieces written by two JPL fellows... one precis seemed to talk about the approach TO the TU24 rather than of TU24. It was written by the guy with
"live long and prosper" in his NASA description of himself. OK.
Most of what I thought'd be juicy links "no longer existed"... oh, the page was there... just nothing on it. Blank and white with the standard page
PDF's that I tried to grab were all "unavailable". I got one standard html doc by Yeomans dated like the 24th. There were many links. So I go back
and search the same stuff about an hour ago... the search does not have what was available earlier... all cleaned up, nice and tidy. Swell. Just about
the time their servers came back up at echo.jpl. Uh, yeah. This is being managed, top-down.
Why this one? Why. Not maybe theory why, WHY THIS ONE. Because it's close... because it's close. Closer means?? Especially if it doesn't impact.
With that other site and NASA and the MARS approach, the satellite and all and this thread going monster? Cages rattled? Who's 800lb gorilla? Will
they try and play catch-up? Or lead elswhere.
Most interesting bit in a while for me.
[edit on 29-1-2008 by V Kaminski]