posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 09:42 PM
You are correct. It should be 132000000 lbs. = 66,000 regular tons... Last time I get my info from the CBO... Seriously, the site I used for
conversion was... well, extremely incorrect. Not too proud to admit my fault and apologize for the incorrect weight.
Anyway, that's a lot of junk that can fall down... And the writer of the article is a learned man and does deserve respect for his OPINION. And it is
just that... an opinion, but a very educated one.
I know!!! that's what I'm saying!!! We should be just as concerned about space debris and military crafts gone haywire as we are about alien
I agree 100% my friend!!!!
And what does this have to do with UFOs? My own analysis convinces me that NO in-space reports are caused by the swarm of 'space junk', just usually
by stuff coming off of the satellite the observation is made from, that decays or evaporates within days. Reentering 'junk' does cause occasional
UFO flaps but they seem rare.
I think you are suffering a bad case of 'internet nonsense poisoning', and your inability to operate even a modest baloney-filter seems to seriously
affect the soundness of your opinions.
This is 'your own analysis' so, unless you are a pro, this is just your opinion as a regular untrained human in this department, right? So, you have
your filters as well that too can seriously affect the soundness of your opinions. How do you know these UFO flaps are rare? You have no facts to back
up that statement! You do not have, nor have I, the facts that these are rare. They are unidentified.
Both our opinions are not fact; they are just those... opinions.
So, did you see the meteor shower last night? Was pretty good here since it was clear and cold.