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originally posted by: Barnalby
And guess who bought Convair's Fort Worth plant and all of all of the aerospace IP that came with it? That 1993 purchase by Lockheed would make perfect sense for the Lady, a product of that acquisition, to take to the skies 5-10 years later.
Too bad we'll never see it.
The analysis of the complete set of data eliminates both of the early theories for the source of the mystery booms. The lack of characteristic N-wave signatures and the fact that no booms were detected on the northwestern sites rules out the original theory of a high-speed aircraft flying north off the coast. At the speeds predicted ~Mach 5–6, one would expect to see strong N-wave signatures with high amplitude near the coast, as with the shuttle reentry booms.
originally posted by: Sammamishman
a reply to: BASSPLYR
Who knows, it's possible. Since all the videos were titled "test", it could have been a prep for something and the clock/calendar pic some random shot from some IT dudes artistic portfolio that he though captured the esoteric soul the of the COPAL clock screaming out to the world in perfect silence on the injustices of time on the human psyche.
It wouldn't be the first time LM did something weird.