posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 01:54 AM
Those codes have nothing to do with real E.T.'s. It specifically states that it was used as a test and that they're merely raising hypothetical
questions on E.T.s in general, specifically the ability of one person to possibly break a coded message from space.
You can't take parts of a document and believe some yet totally denounce other parts. It's just an intelligent hypothetical exercise, nothing more.
If you want more reasons to disbelieve it, think of this; what does the NSA have to do with aliens? Absolutely nothing. The NSA is the United States'
branch regarding information technology warfare. To be simple, cyber warfare, communications, and information. That is all there is to it.
Another thing is why would the NSA, if it's trying to be super secretive and conspiratorial against it's people, would release information associated
to the existence of E.T.s if it were true and real?
If there was any agency associated to something like E.T.s, it's most likely one you've never even heard of. And even then, I doubt anyone, but one or
two people, would understand the full scope of such a thing considering information, especially in intelligence agencies, happens to be
compartmentalized. And really, the only people I could consider as -possibly- being associated to alien/alien technology would be companies like
Lockheed Martin, IBM, etc. The United States doesn't have money and it's too inefficient for researching on it's own time.
edit on 29-4-2011 by
CidCaldensfey because: (no reason given)