Posted on Friday, October 09, 2009 5:53:01 PM by IsraelBeach
US NASA Missile Slams Moon, Warning For Iran By US, Israel On Nuclear Weapons?
By Joel Leyden
Israel News Agency
Jerusalem, Israel ---- October 9, 2009 ..... It definitely sounded innocent enough. NASA in a search to discover if there's water on the moon, bombed
the moon today with a rocket weighing some 2.2 tons, carrying the destructive force equivalent that of 1.5 tons of dynamite.
In pre-dawn hours, a US spacecraft punched a deep hole in the moon's south pole to find out whether ice is hidden in a crater that hasn't seen
sunlight in billions of years. Two rockets hit the moon at more than twice the speed of a bullet.
As rumors started to spread out on the Internet asking "who did the risk assessment?" and "we're not risking sending the solar system out of
balance?" these words were quickly neutralized.
Bruce Betts, director of projects at The Planetary Society , said in an email to Computerworld that this morning's moon crashes would have no
negative impact on the moon or the Earth.
"The spacecraft are far too tiny compared to the moon, in fact, to have any significant effect on the moon's orbit or dynamics," he added. "The
impact might be likened to a gnat hitting the windshield of a truck."
While millions from the US, UK, Mexico and Japan to Canada, France, Israel and China watched their TV sets for any sign of an explosion on the moon,
there was very little chatter on the Internet about a 79-million USD message being sent to Iran and other Islamic terror nations and groups.
Any student of history knows that space exploration as we know it, did not have it origins in a Buck Rogers American science fiction adventure. But
rather as Russia, at the urging of their Ministry of Defense, launched the Sputnik satellite on October 4, 1957. And the US responded. Although on
July 29, 1955, US President Dwight Eisenhower announced that the US would launch an artificial satellite, they failed to be first. The US defense
establishment then set it sights as being the first to place a man on the moon and succeeded on July 20,1969.
This has been labeled as the great space race, it has been nothing more and nothing less as to which nation will control the skies with weapons.
Ronald Reagan enhanced this drama with his "Star Wars" program.
The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) was a proposal by former US President Ronald Reagan on March 23, 1983 to use space-based systems to protect the
US from attack by strategic nuclear ballistic missiles. The initiative focused on strategic defense rather than the prior strategic offense doctrine
of mutual assured destruction (MAD). The Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) was set up in 1984 within the United States Department of
Defense to oversee the Strategic Defense Initiative.