posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 05:57 AM
Yesterday NASA chief S.P.Worden was paying a visit to Lithuanian universities and had attended a science conference. The original article could be
found (use google translate) here
The thing is: one of the students asked - are you hiding UFO's?
S. P. Worden fun laughed and said, quite a logical story about it, as he sought to answer this question:
"When I was a U.S. Air Force colonel, one of my teachers and counselors have been retired general Bernard Schriever, who led the military space
program in the sixth decade of the last century.
One evening we took a few glasses of whiskey - in fact, quite a lot. And I noticed that he was already quite a lot tipsy of whiskey, so I asked:
"General, head of the space program, some people claimed to have seen a lot of flying saucer, and space ships. Can you tell me whether that is at
least as far as the truth? "He's got silent for a few moments and then looked at me... I thought "Well, he tells me something, he knows something."
Then he laughed and said: "Colonel Worden, you know me, if I would know any evidence that aliens exist, I would take them immediately to the U.S.
Congress and make them scared so that they begin to rotate the head in order to get more money for me. And you would do so."
As far as I know (S. P. Worden), the U.S. Congress, there is not one bureaucrat, who would miss out on what the available know-how, to get the money,
so it seems to me very little likelihood that there is any mystery connected with the aliens that people are hiding, because it would be much more
beneficial for people to reveal, to scare them and to secure resources. And I do not see anything. "
Well.. i would think that they might do the opposite: hide from people and try to get more out of it.
What's your opinion?
edit on 2011.9.22 by amfis because: (no reason given)