posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 01:25 PM
The size of the file puzzles me. It's just so huge. The Climategate files, which presented a trremendous amount of information, is only 65MB zipped.
It had 20 years worth of emails, about 2,000 of them, a huge 'Readme' file, and many elements of computer code. Any way you look at it, a gig is a
massive amount of material and not all that easy to cart around. The work needed to put anything like that together is just huge.
This leads me to believe either that it is fake, or that it has been padded so that it appears huge. This could have been done either to make it
appear menacing, or to make it difficult to move around. I downloaded a Garmin GPS map update a few days ago that was about a gig on my normal DSL
line. It took several hours to do it.
Also, just FYI, a SECRET clearance and things labeled SECRET aren't very secret at all. I've had a secret clearance. It's mostly minor stuff they
just don't want floating around. Anything really worth securing is Top Secret or better.