posted on May, 6 2013 @ 12:37 PM
Lets assume that the space command has kept secrets and has created hybrid low-earth-orbit/earth craft that fit the descriptions of many of the flying
triangle sightings. The questions is WHY?
Why would they spend the billions of dollars to research and develop these triangles? Why not just develop better ICBM's or stealth-satellites or
whatnot? No other nation has admitted to having a fleet of hybrid earth/space vehicles with crews, so there's no reason to be so dominating. And why
risk breaking the trust of the public? For example, what if these triangles use something illegal?
Like what if they have nuclear engines or something or use plutonium?
And if it's not illegal, why have an advanced fleet of craft (that're crewed) and yet also have a obsolete fleet that's publicly known also in
service? Why keep both of them in service. Usually when a better technology surfaces, it eventually will dominate the whole fleet. Is it too cost
There was an article in my paper recently titled "We need to properly examine the shame of deference." What it was about was hdow the US government
can stop investigations by destroying evidence or suppressing evidence and relying on its authority to halt further inquiry.
Without oversight that's in the open we cannot ensure that the public is being served. National security is both necessary and dangerous. There needs
to be state secrets, but when is it too much?
Eventually we will have hybrid craft that're both space/earth capable. That can fly at supersonic speeds and hover too. That's the dream of the air
force. But I doubt we have it now.
edit on 6-5-2013 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)