posted on Oct, 7 2013 @ 11:41 PM
Same old disinformation. That seems to be all we hear from you these days. Never anything positive. I find myself skipping over posts and that
is sad. What happened to what it could be instead of always what it's not. You are way to smart for that I don't get it.
It should be about what it could be...............................................................
I have followed the "Black Knight" satellite threads and I have come to the conclusion that while there are some factual basis to some of it, there
is loads and loads of disinformation being piled on - or maybe it is just well meaning people who keep adding totally unrelated tidbits (like the
space blanket photo), to the story.
From what I know, the one part of the story that really happened is that two astronomers out of New Mexico discovered two "artificial moons" had
entered earth orbit about 1953. They later claimed these were "natural moons" that somehow just happened to both get captured by earths
gravitational field at the same time. The astonomers were Lincoln LaPaz and Clyde Tombaugh. See this wikipedia entry:
LaPaz and Tombaugh
The two astronomers were involved in the study of the mysterious green fireballs. (some people claim that some of these fireballs do not behave like
If anyone can actually find any other parts of the "Black Knight Satellite" story that has documentary support, I'd be interested in reading about
Note that these "moons" were NOT ever identified (at the time) as the "Black Knight Satellite". (neither one "moon", nor the other "moon").
They had equatorial orbits, not a polar orbit.
I have noticed that a lot of posts here on ATS seem to repeat the same old disinformation over and over. I do sometimes get the feeling that the site
is perhaps being used to disseminate disinformation to deliberately undermine many UFO cases which do remain unresolved mysteries.
It is possible that this is a natural occurring feature of the UFO phenomena - that people naturally hear some story that is probably the most
unbelievable hogwash, but it gets layered onto a story that has a factual basis, and gets repeated - because people like to focus on the most bizarre
details, and pretty soon, you can't separate truth from all the hogwash.