4 thoughts on “TIDBIT: AND SPEAKING OF SPACE, RECYLE!”

  1. Loxie Lou Davie

    Just wondered if anyone has heard about Rocket Scientist, David Adair & the Space Station he will be putting up if the funding comes thru’ from an Asian country that has approached him?

    He is the Whiz Kid, who at age 17, was taken to Area 51 to test a rocket he had made in the 1970’s!!! His life story is truly amazing!! He was taken underground & asked to examine a huge version of the football sized “rocket” he had made. He then destroyed his own rocket when he heard they wanted to use it in a First Strike scenario. One of these American Heroes we never hear about!! 😉

    He could recognize that what he was examining was NOT of human origin & he even got to sit in the “cockpit” & place his fingers in the indentations. The engine “responded” to him.

    For anyone wanting to hear him tell his story, Kerry Cassidy, of Project Camelot did a 3 hour interview with him a few years back which is well worth the time to listen to if your interest lies in that area.

    Our information has been SO controlled since WW II we don’t even know what has been going on around us as those involved have been sworn to secrecy. Many have even paid with their lives for violating that “secrecy”.

    I will be interested to see HOW those in control plan to bring The Public up-to-speed on our advances within The Galactic Family. I would assume that is why we are, at this time, living through a “war” & most people do not even realize it is going on!!!

  2. Robert Barricklow

    Remember “they” engineer infrastructure to where corruption is baked into the cake.
    They certainly know the cost of putting materials in space; and would have the foresight to use those costly orbiting materials, expanding their bang for these obsolete firecrackers’ buck.

  3. The now-retired Space Transportation System (STS) consisted of the shuttle orbiter, the huge propellant tank, and two rocket boosters (solid fuel). Many observers noted that the tanks had already made it nearly to orbit by the time of their release. Private plans were drawn up to either reduce the shuttle’s payload to get the tanks fully into low orbit, or to have pre-positioned ‘tugs’ to rendezvous with the tanks in near-orbit and boost them the rest of the way. It seemed illogical to waste such a resource. Why not save them and convert them? (A cheap, rotating Space Station could be made out of a dozen tanks or so, integrated end-to-end.)

    Alas, it all came to naught. No one, public or private, came forward to provide Elon Musk-style leadership or funding. And leadership at NASA was not interested. From 1981 to 2011, a total of 135 missions were flown, each with a huge tank which was allowed to burn-up in the atmosphere. What a waste…

    (It is my opinion that certain deep factions did not want humanity expanding into space. Insert your own personal reasons here…)

  4. No matter where you are and who’s in charge, some jobs are just absolutely necessary. Janitorial services is one of them. Wherever humanity goes there is always a mess–and a need for specialists to clean them up. Why would anyone think space would be different. It’s now become expedient.

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