posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 12:07 AM
If we have high tech military equipment why cant we blow this thing up over an ocean? They claim comets pose no threat to us but they cant track a
satellite that's right in our own backyard (figuratively speaking)?
I don't know about you guys but I'm taking a giant step back from listening to what nasa says. One giant leap for mankind and two giant leaps
For clarification, I understand when it hits the atmosphere its trajectory, speed and altitude can change dramatically. I also understand the complex
mathmatical algorithms that are used when sending probes to planets and moons around planets. They can figure that stuff out. Why is the atmosphere
such a dynamic puzzle to figure out that they can't even narrow it down at all?