posted on May, 12 2010 @ 07:01 PM
Originally posted by remymartin
Hold on a moment we programmed the computer onboared the craft we should be able to desipher it in what ever order the the data comes through you
only get out what you put in. Unless its been changed which is highly unlikely.
So NASA is looking for humans in outer space?
imagine sending something in outer space for contact and you force them to communicate back within delimiters of your protocols.
that doesn't make much sense, i'm sure this is not what Nasa attempted
that's like saying I can't send you a file with a file extension that MS Windows doesn't understand as an attachment to an email.
I could send you anything i want
Yes I know there was no MS Windows when this was sent
I'm sure NASA scientists were foward thinking
I don't know I may be wrong
I am not against that view
I could very well be wrong
But am I missing something here?
Did they send an tape recorder to them, or what??
People in this thread are using the word recorder
Can someone fill me in?
Is NASA that stupid?
What exactly did they send to outer space?
Can someone tell me?
And if this data was anything worthy why would they put it in a mode to only transmit spacecraft health and status....
[edit on 12-5-2010 by ModernAcademia]