posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:13 PM
Look, I believe in conspiracies, because I have been part of a number of them.
However, developing a conspiracy theory on "everything" blurs the lines for those things that need to be seriously evaluated. If you don't know
the difference in a thermal blanket and a thermal protection tile, why the astronauts are in microgravity, but not weithlessness, and are unfamiliar
with orbital perturbations, stay away from space conspiracies, because you probably don't know enough to really talk about it very logically.
If you don't know how an AIM-120 AAMRAM can be effective BVR (beyond visual range), especially with interactive capacities involving AWACS, and you
don't understand the basic concepts of aeronautical control surface dynamics, maybe you shouldn't be trying to explain why the aspect change of a
UFO behaves beyond current flight capabilities.
People, there are REAL, SERIOUS, issues out there that are not being explained in the mainline press. But if you treat GE foods, international
financial consortiums collaberating to provide a cooperative monopoly of our vital natural resources, etc., in the same way you treat such topics as
"we didn't go to the moon," "secret moon bases are commun icating with aliens proven to live in the seas of Europa," and so forth, we are all
missing the boat just as much as our elected officials who sat around and let terrorists take down thw Twin Towers, who told us there were WMD when
anyone with ANY intelligence background knew that the Iraqi chemical weapons were rudimentary and could not be used in force projection, yet we still
went to WAR!
Sure, a lot of those things are just fun to play around with, and I understand that. However, there were people who quit their jobs at KSC because
they KNEW Challenger was not safe to launch. There were intel people who had warned that Osama bin-Laden was being funded by the Saudis, and when we
allowed him to attack the U.S.S. Cole, attack our Embassies, and prepare for attacks on U.S. soil, but they were discounted. What if they could have
gone on the internet and had a REAL website where people would listen?
I have heard for years that the citizens wanted to know what their goverments were up to, but when anyone tries to REALLY tell them, hardly anyone
actually wants to know the real events.
It is very frustrating, so I am sorry if I have ranted to much.