posted on Apr, 24 2008 @ 12:05 PM
Information offered on shuttle entirely accurate, with zero disinfo.
The length of that portion of initial communication devoted to shuttle, intentional.
Disinfo intentionally floated about Soviets shooting down Challenger, U.S. shooting down Columbia, is a red herring, for those who would bite on it,
take it up and trumpet it.
It was designed to take up space, thought, to divert/subvert, to muddy water(s).
We are obliging authors of this diversion right now, by even discussing it...
But, perhaps energy/time/life units (only have so much/many) expended upon it will cease to be spent to no avail by one (you, perhaps?) and better
utilized in more productive avenues.
Life/Energy much better spent on detailed observation/analysis of environment, self/others in environment, engaging/improving critical thinking skills
to process data, both written and otherwise.
Knowing what to throw out, and what to keep, has never been more important.
There is so much going on right now, in terms of what can be revealed/uncovered by personal observation. Putting oneself, with open eyes, in a
different time referential, not the one that has been artificially created for people, will tell very much.
Holes in the fabric can be readily seen, many ploys discovered, and steps taken to remedy internal damages inflicted through years of deceit and
manipulation, steps to bolster against onslaught that is at present, and that which is yet to come.
An aside: Your reference to haarp activity when shuttle launched. You should expect haarp, and/or other antennas to be operating. One of the uses for
the array, and others, really IS for vastly improved satellite communications. That such used for a range of other things does not negate use for this
This is an example of what I mean about knowing what to throw out and what to keep, and improving critical thinking skills.
Mandatory, at this juncture.
[edit on 24-4-2008 by WizardOfId]