posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:55 PM
A sick joke really... but is still fun if you use your head and think for a while.
Yeah I get it, HOAX called, found to be wallpaper... evidence provided.. blah blah...
But I am still curious about a few things that's not of the obvious, I'm more interested in what went on in the astronauts mind when he had that
wallpaper on there:
1. Who is this astronaut and what is his background story.
2. What event was this image taken from.
3. When was this image taken and when was the original mission launch date?
4. Where was this image taken, was it at the launch pad or was this in a NASA facility?
and most importantly...
5. Why that particular wallpaper? Why is this astronaut having a couple of UFO's as his background wallpaper? I mean, it's practically shooting
yourself in the foot. Given how much heat NASA takes for allegedly hiding secrets... why oh why on Earth did this astronaut write his own death
sentence by putting a picture of UFO's in the background of his laptop?? Was he not worried that an image such as this may slip and create another
media sensation out of it?
Try to think of it this way, if I'm the head of NASA and I know for a fact that the public has been suspecting my agency to be hiding
Extraterrestrial knowledge from the public, I would never, NEVER, allow any of my employees to have a UFO, spaceship, Orion Grey image or pictures
laying in the background of a computer. There is no way I would risk something like that, two words, plausible deniability.
Let's just assume, that NASA really isn't that uptight about having their employees having Alien spaceships as their PC background image... let's
just assume for a second that in the regular day to day jobs, this isn't a huge issue. However, in my opinion, astronauts that are about to embark on
a mission or part of the crew checking the spaceship hardware (while being filmed/photographed) should never have an image of a foreign unidentifiable
flying object on their computer. It gives people the wrong ideas... (well let's hope that it wasn't intentionally meant to give you the right
Let's also assume the mentality of the astronaut in the image, why would he choose a couple of UFO's parking at the orbit of Earth as his background
image? What was he thinking when he dedicated that image has his wallpaper? Oh... look, the UFO's are cute? Oh... look, the UFO's are cool like
Inspector Gadget? No... I don't think so...
It could be that he was really eager to meet some flying saucers in space. Or perhaps at the time, he thought that the wallpaper on his computer best
portrayed what's really happening in orbit. Or it could be that he knows something that the general public doesn't, so he chose that wallpaper as
his background subliminally, because that's what he's familiar with and probably had to deal with quite often....
It's just a thought...
Jane Green once said: "“Nothing in this world happens without a reason. That we are all exactly where we are supposed to be, and that the pieces of
the puzzle have a tendency to come together when you least expect it.”