posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:18 AM
Originally posted by Aim64C
To be honest, it is always hard to tell with this type of thing.
I could come out and say that I worked on alien space craft as part of a few assignments with the military and have people practically lined up out
the door to hear about it. Granted - anyone who knows me or what I did in the military would likely know I was pulling everyone's leg - but people
like a good story, and like to think they are getting "in on the good stuff." It's a slightly different form of gossip.
NASA, however, is a civilian agency. They do have classification levels and work closely with a lot of military and former military - but they are
not part of the military. Generally speaking, the military regards NASA as one giant security leak - if that tells you anything.
Hard to tell? Did you read the site of this scientist? He is obviously not lying, their is enough proof to say he was involved with NASA and since he
was the lead for finding life in the way they did, what he says matters more to me then NASA. Looks to me like NASA was too busy covering things
Why though? Why would NASA, an agency that needs funding, deny life on planets? Deny their is something on the moon? If all these planets are is dust,
unlivable and and without life, then how could they get funding? It would be more difficult, it makes more sense for them to tell the truth or even
lie and say there is life just to get funding.
This seems all backwards to me. Perhaps the government knows more about our history then we are told and that's why NASA is told to keep it all
hush-hush, so as not to provoke any other countries into looking into the planets more and seek out life and old civilizations that may have resided
on these planets.
NASA always stunk to me. Somethings not right.