posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 10:46 PM
For some reason, The OST (Office of Secure Transportation), which is a division of the NNSA (National Nuclear Security Agency), which is a branch of
the Department of Energy, was apparently involved in the alleged crash/recovery.
The NNSA is a little known and secretive but technically not secret government agency that handles security of our nation's nuclear weapons and
nuclear materials. The OST is a division of the NNSA that handles security of these nuclear weapons/materials while in transport.
I can't see why the NNSA would be involved, unless whatever supposedly crashed either had nuclear weapons or nuclear technology on board, such as
nuclear propulsion. I could even speculate that they may have lost some nuclear materials by the nature of their involvement and subsequent behaviors
after the crash/recovery. Of course, this is just conjecture on my part, as far as lost materials. Anyhow, if nuclear technologies or weapons were not
onboard whatever allegedly crashed, why would this government agency, the NNSA, be involved? I'll also note that the government's position on their
involvement is that it is purely coincidental and that the agency was there for other reasons but I find this explanation to be extremely
Anyway, here is a series of videos from a local news channel that did a great investigation on this crash, the recovery and involement of the NNSA and
Although it looks as if the news station is back peddling and "buying" the government explanation, I find their investigation on the crash/recovery
and the NNSA involvement to be very informative and I reccomend that anyone interested in this incident to watch these news reports.
In sum, I believe that whatever crashed, if anything at all, probably had either nuclear weapons or nuclear technology onboard and possibly could have
lost some nuclear materials during the crash. This would explain the heavy interest and involvement from the NNSA. To be honest, I find it more
plausible that the recovered object had nuclear technology, rather than nuclear weapons, for several reasons and I also find it highly plausible that
some nuclear materials/technologies could have been lost in the crash, sparking the observed behaviors and apparent interest of the NNSA. Just my 2