posted on Sep, 9 2013 @ 01:27 AM
Originally posted by kevinduhand
Both that article and the earlier one they link to as a report have some crazy descriptions for the movements of the satellite.
But once you get past the journalistic sensationalism, the reality is that any time they actually mention the specifics, the actual numbers of the
movements, they are describing orbital moves that you'd expect any ordinary anti-satellite satellite to be able to make.
Lesson of the day: just because something is unexpected, doesnt mean free energy technology.
You could take your car out into the street right now and do things that the annoyed neigbours would descibe as "moving all over the place",
"making close passes", and "doing some very strange things". Doesnt mean you have UFO technology.