posted on Feb, 7 2013 @ 06:04 PM
Sorry in advance, I have not read all the previous comments but just felt like saying this.
First, it's the first time I hear or see a NASA official openly talking about these "orbs". So for me it's already quite amazing and in itself is a
proper shift into an other positioning.
People interested in the subject may have seen hours of mission films documenting these artefacts. I have always seen them out of context (often with
a cheesy music) but never with any official comments on them (maybe rarely).
IMO there is no doubt NASA has studied these entities. The opposit would not make sense whatsoever. Even if the do not know exactly and precisely what
it is, they must have a very good opinion on it. Just because it's their job to study space and they hove some degree of high tech equipement and
hands on documentation available.
I think they have a precise opinion on this subject even if they probably know less than some "specialised governement agencies or US weapon dev
contractors with funny fundings that have supposedly been actively developing a way to "agressively interact" with these things. Can't remember the
source but remember reading testimony of a retired guy talking about decades of weapon (laser) testing on these entities.
All in all I personally think these little guys are the "plancton" of space. They just float around and are constituted of various primordial
components (gases, pure energy, whatever magic the universe still has under the sleeve and we pretentious apes are too blind to grasp).
I got the feeling things are harder and harder to keep away from us. The World Wide Web is helping to expand our abilities to search for things and
We are part of the big picture.
edit on 7-2-2013 by Logiciel because: (no reason given)