posted on Jun, 23 2009 @ 10:13 AM
Originally posted by tristar
reply to post by easynow
We have reversed engineered that technology, when did we first successfully apply this technology, well only a handful of people know. At some point
regardless of our age or our exposure to technology he/she must understand that we are living in 2009 and we have advanced beyond what is commercially
To openly discuss interplanetary travel and mining is a small flash light as to how far we have progressed. Those symposiums who deal with these
topics and oppurtunity's that derive from such technology, have and accepted that this level of engineering as a fact. When you notice that
conglomerates are engaged in investment's of trillions of dollars with a ten to twenty year business model, it is as close to public disclosure as
you will most likely hear from any unilateral body of representative authority.
I agree that billions are being spent on black skunk work projects the public knows nothing about, except then old or obsolete skunk works projects
are revealed to the public (intentionally like the SR-71 or the F-117, or unintentionally like project code named "Aurora", tha mach 8-20 craft).
But why wouldn't you say "I suspect we have reversed engineered that technology" instead of "We have reversed engineered that technology", you
sound like you know this to be true and it's not just a suspicion, is that right? and if so, how do you know it? I'm not saying we have or haven't
reverse engineered anything, I'm just saying I don't know.