posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 07:35 PM
reply to post by mars1
I commented about this craft back in April when it was launched and back then I theorized that the craft was designed for much more than just knocking
We live in highly technical era and the many satellites in space are of an older technology. Imagine instead of blowing up the satellites which of
course would tip your hand to the enemy, imagine a craft that could pull things from space like the satellite into the space craft and then they could
replace secret components and or reprogram components to function differently when time comes for them to be used in a state of war.
In such a way, we could know when the enemy is ready to strike and where and instead of releasing weapons from some space based platform they could
remain unfired or they could instead of striking NY because of the reprogramming, instead strike the capital of whomever was planning on attacking us.
This would let us know well in advance and with our ability to either kill satellites by some electronic trigger, I contend that they bring the
satellites into the belly of the space craft and work like little Keebler Elves doing secret stuff that not even those who own the satellites will
know or suspect let alone be checking it to see if it has been prepared for destruction or if will be used against those that claim ownership of such
satellites when they need it most.
This ability to alter or modify other nations satellites would change many things in the military arena and would afford a nation like us an edge over
those that have the capability to launch nuclear missiles at our American cities.
There are so many things that we could learn by affixing an internal bug or ear and well, the possibilities in the black projects field is enormous.
I sit and ponder what I would do if I could grab your satellite and do to it what I want without you knowing it.
Decent subject matter. Just don't read enough conspiracies to suit my sense of real conspiracy. Oh well thanks anyway, but the space craft is
indeed a useful tool in any nations inventory.
Thanks for the posting. I for one truly enjoyed it because it is the first really forward looking smart thing I have seen if indeed they are doing
anything similar to what I suggest.