posted on Nov, 6 2009 @ 10:50 AM
There is one thing about the LCROSS mission which i dont know if anyone else noticed...
If you go to this site:
It doesn't work...in the sense that you cannot access any data (images), nor any profiles. It says every time "The site is experiencing high request
volume, and the image is still in the processing queue. Check back soon!".
That would be perhaps fine, but not when you consider:
a) its a NASA (government) site, they are rarely offline and if then only for a very short time
b) its from their latest mission more less which they wanted everyone to watch and found important
c) the site/files went down the other day after the mission and have the same status ever since
d) if you ask NASA to fix it, they either ignore you or reply "we will look at it", but don't do anything with it at all
And that's just the image database from the mission itself, not counting all the other bizzar aspects of the mission which imho was a diversion or
lie and sounded fishy from the start... By the way, I went through all the images before the site went down. What I saw? Many amateur astronomers took
nice detailed photos of the impact area. They show buldings/ruins/structures. That's why the site is offline. So that the people won't know what was
really behind this mission in the first place, or simply, don't start asking questions.
[edit on 6/11/09 by Cybernet]