"Thanasphere" is a short story by Kurt Vonnegut, first published on 2 September 1952 in Collier's weekly, and later in Bagombo Snuff Box in 1999.
The story is set at the dawn of space exploration, where a military experiment led by Dr. Groszinger, who supervises the launch of the first human being into space, Major Allen Rice. Rice is launched into orbit around Earth to observe weather conditions over enemy territories, but Rice soon starts receiving messages from dead people, whose spirits inhabit the atmosphere. Thinking Rice has lost his mind, the military calls off the project, and Dr. Groszinger himself is forced to deny that they sent a man into space.
Originally posted by DiscoveryOfTruth
reply to post by cavalryscout
That question was also asked by others who watched the video on YouTube. Why if it is normal, would the noises just now start to be noticed?
That is the question I too hold, along with: If something that loud and noticeable is not considered a noise, what is his [edit: the scientist's] definition of noise?edit on 21-4-2012 by DiscoveryOfTruth because: Clarification -- See edit in main post
Originally posted by Visiting ESB
Originally posted by nightstalker78
Originally posted by bluemooone2
Pleiadian beem ship? Beginnings of a staged alien invasion? Giant invisible water Phone?
I dont know , but it is spooky.
You're leaving out the most obvious answer. Someone just put that noise over the video.Nothing more than that.Stop being so paranoid people.
The most obvious answer is usually the wrong one because it took no thought to get there.
Originally posted by rickymouse
...You can send the Dallas cowboy cheerleaders up here to the UP for safe keeping