posted on Jun, 22 2004 @ 12:00 PM
To get back to the original topic of this post...
Yes, there will absolutely be war in space. Most of it will involve shooting from space at targets on earth, but there is reason to believe that some
of it will involve shooting at targets located off planet.
There have been major breakthroughs in theoretical physics since the mid '80's, and it's safe to say the US military has probably used these
breakthroughs to develop such systems as nuclear powered, plasma sheathed laser firing satellites. Along with these systems, Reagan finally got his
"space shield" in the form of HAARP, which, from the outset, in it's patents, promised "nuclear type explosive ability without nuclear
The curious part, to me, is why everybody on this board seems to be so against this.
Firstly, having the ability to vaporize any opposing force, without leaving the security of a command center located within the US is
the holy grail of warfare, and this capability has now been achieved.
This gives us the ultimate ability to protect the concepts of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness into the foreseeable future. I don't see
that as a bad thing.
Secondly, IF there are beings that have been visiting us, by most accounts they aren't treating our people with much respect. Apparently they dissect
us like frogs, they screw with our minds, they implant things in our bodies. These beings, if real, must be stopped.
Now, for the first time in the history of the earth, mankind finally has the ability to protect itself from these creatures who have invaded our
airspace at will for centuries.
Could any human being really see this as a bad thing?
Yes, there will be war in space, and I for one am very happy that we (The US and the UK) are the ones at the forefront of the development of the
systems that make that possible.