posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 02:56 PM
reply to post by ahybrid
The ability to stream HD?
I'd really like to see that!..
Personally, I don't know why they would have a problem with allowing us to have a look at it. After-all, it's not like we would be viewing
'real-time' feed of the video as it streams in, would we?
I thought there was a decent amount of lag between the broadcast signal and the received signal, resulting from the distance the signal must travel
before reaching Earth. It could allow the streaming feed to be cut before anyone would have a chance to see anything too obvious.
I just realized that this may be the reason they do not let us see it, even though there is a lag. If there is a 10 minute lag (probably not, I'm
using 10mins because it's a round #) there would need to be a large staff scouring the feed for any anomalies that need to remain a hidden secret.
This sizeable staff of feed technicians would have to be informed of the concerted effort to hide images and scenes where signs of life or other
information deemed a pinnacle sensitivity area. Employing a large number of techs would increase the difficulty in keeping their secret and that's
information they will never be willing to risk.
Instead of risking a leak by a tech, they simply make streaming unavailable to the public, as-well-as any other 'uninformed' individual or agency.
If this is true, it would mean they know there are things on Mars that have to be hidden. The irony of this is; their choice to deny authorized public
viewing could reveal they have knowledge about life or other incredible facts we are told do not exist.
Maybe they know their is life on Mars, either on the surface or beneath it. Maybe they know of intelligent life on Mars. Maybe they know Mars is an
Maybe they are not on Mars at all...