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Planet X Counterpoint: NASA Would Have Told Us By Now

Yowusa.com, 12-January-2010
Marshall Masters

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NASA Would Have Told Us Already

Planet X Counterpoint: NASA Would Have Told Us By NowA common counterpoint to Planet X research is that NASA would have told us by now, assuming the object exists.  However, NASA's actual position on this mysterious object has less to do with science and more to do with  politics.  Case in point is the blockbuster film 2012, which caused quite a stir last year.

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The really important line in the movie is "We are all children of the Earth."  It is spoken on behalf of those the elites who choose not to abandon others and their more humanistic response to a global crisis. who choose not to abandon others and their more humanistic response to a global crisis.

It speaks to the human decency and nobility that comes naturally to those that the elites would accuse of becoming an anarchist mob, were they to know the truth.

While it appears to be a cliché disaster movie at one level, at a deeper level, it drives home a very heavy topic for the Lunch Box Joes of the world.  Survival.

It is going to be interesting to see how this film goes, in terms of its intended viral ability at the awareness level.  Go see it, if you have already done so, to be entertained, and you surely will. Then go again for the viral message if you believe yourself to be the captain of your own ship.

Based on pure Hollywood entertainment science, director Roland Emmeric managed to embed a powerful viral message in the film. It will stand out like a sore thumb, the second time you watch the film. 

It says we're on our own.  That with something this big, governments will first ensure their own ability to govern, then cater to the survival of powerful elites by at the expense of the masses.  We're the expendable ones and that's all we need to know.

So how does this apply to NASA?  Or in other words, can we trust them with something this big? 

Having spent the last decade studying Earth changes and space threats, what we've observed with NASA as an agency, is that you can trust them to be as honest as they believe they need to be.  

In other words, trust them to be human and for whatever the means to them.  Be it noble or otherwise.

However NASA is viewed differently with regard to the issue of Planet X.  It due to something we call the Camelot effect, which you could say, first started in 1961 and it was a magical time.

The Camelot Effect

On May 5, 1961, America watched with great pride as Alan Shepard squeezed into his Freedom 7 capsule, perched atop a puny Mercury-Redstone rocket. I was a young lad in grade school at the time and like many of my schoolmates, I was in awe.

In retrospect, the Freedom 7 capsule looked more like a black, wide base travel mug stacked atop a vertical pile of water heaters with fins. Still the same, it was pure Buck Rogers and we collectively held our breath as the craft cleared the pad. 

Shepard was one heck of a gutsy guy and the flight was a total success. Twenty days later, Pres. Kennedy threw down the gauntlet before the Congress and the race to the moon was on. This launched another aspect of what was a romantic time in America. An era we called Camelot. 

Even as a young child I understood that I was not only watching history being made, but history that was a first of a kind.  All-in-all, pretty cool stuff for a kid. 

With the advent of NASA and the race to space, American mothers also learned two essential lessons.  First and foremost, never touch the TV dial when a launch was underway.  Secondly, never return home from the store without a jar of Tang orange drink.  Failure on either account was un-American (in a friendly sort of way.)  It was our time, the world was watching, and it was grand.  Purely grand!

The media coverage then, was superior to what we see today. At that time, news divisions were the flagships of the networks and expected to lose money.  Nowadays, we see a steady stream of celebrity scandals and unfortunately dead white female news stories.  Now that network and cable news divisions are profit centers, these trivia stories are plentiful because they're so cheap to produce.

However, during the days of Camelot, we had the benefit of savvy reporters and respected anchors like Walter Cronkite. Deeply immersed in the technology, his questions alone could tell half the story.  No doubt the NASA scientists he interviewed were grateful for that. 

Though the scientists were usually nervous and reserved, the astronauts were colorful and bold. Walter loved them all and so did we and through all of it there was this secret bond between this fledgling agency and the American people. Everyone understand that this was risky business and that each new step was filled with unknowns. 

There were no media airhead pundits as today, shooting from the hip and spewing acrimony.  Besides, we wouldn't have been interested.  We were a part of a time that was both magical and scary.  It was the science wing of Camelot and boy could it fly... but not forever.

 


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The Beginning of the End for Camelot

On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.  Many felt we'd  lost a man of great foresight, whereas all knew Camelot would now fade away... but not completely. 

A wispy vestige of Camelot still remained until January 28, 1986, when the command to "throttle up" was given.  The Space Shuttle Challenger disaster claimed the lives of seven American heroes and with them, the last remaining wisp of Camelot.

Americans were braced for the possibility of loss due to scientific error, but as a nation, we were largely unprepared to learn that the disaster had been the result of a political decision.  A bad call.

Had President Ronald Reagan not been sitting in the grandstands that day, perhaps NASA managers would have paid closer attention to the warnings of their engineers.  It was not to be and they made a conscious decision to ignore the risk. The rest is history.

It was a human failure and as always, there are those who find fortune in misfortune. The Challenger disaster was no different.

After Challenger

After the Challenger disaster, NASA pulled back into its shell like a dazed turtle, as it sorted through the fallout of its political failure.  The agency was not only straddled with a crisis in public confidence, it also had to put the wheels back on the wagon for a what was now seen by many, as a questionable and expensive space shuttle program.

Large and incredibly complex, today's shuttles are much different from the more nimble and less expensive science craft NASA originally intended to build.  From the ground up, the space shuttle as we know it, is a heavy lift platform for military applications.

When it comes to paying the bills and keeping the lights on, NASA was no different than those struggling to pay their mortgages today. You suck it up and deal with it and NASA did the same. Eventually, we saw the transporters lumbering towards the launch pads once again.

For those who can remember those years, there's not that much to remember.  Mostly short news announcements using the same old post-Camelot mantra.  "Another successful launch of the space shuttle today, with an undisclosed military payload."

NASA Today

Today, NASA has a polished media presence.  Almost too slick some would say, with the usual PR yadda-yadda about how our tax dollars are being well spent.

It is why I chuckle when hear NASA criticizing Planet X and 2012 authors with the hackneyed rant, "they're just selling books."  Where does NASA find the moral authority to judge those who give you the simple right to buy their book — or not.   Or to put it another way, tax season is soon upon us.  (If anyone out there comes across an IRS schedule with a line-item veto for government agencies, please be sure to pass it on.)  

Simply stated, the time when NASA was the scientific wing of Camelot has passed.  The NASA of today is seasoned governmental agency that operates as a major strategic military and intelligence partner.  Much like General Motors, a troubled car company that morphed into a health plan that happens to make cars. Likewise, NASA happens to do science.

With this in mind, let's re-examine the assumption that NASA is fully forthcoming about major issues such as Planet X, in light of their ongoing NEO suppression policy.

What You Don't Know, Won't Scare You

One counterpoint we seldom hear, is worthy of mention here. It is that mainstream  scientists are not discussing the possibility that we live in a binary star system, let alone the possibility of a Planet X.  Why is this?  

According to former US intelligence officer John Maynard, as many intelligence officers as scientists, will review many images before they are released by the agency. 

[Note: John Maynard played an instrumental role in the creation of yowusa.com and was likewise heavily involved in Dr. Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project.]

To put this counterpoint in perspective, let's imagine Planet X and 2012 knowledge as a ship at sea, with science at the bow and politics at the stern.   Although the bow creates a wake of useful knowledge, it is the political stern that drives the ship.  

So where does this leave us?  With two choices. To be a pampered passengers on NASA's ship, or the captains of our own ships. 

As passengers, what we don't know, won't scare us as long as our staterooms are above the waterline.

As the captains of our own ships, we are responsible for being aware of what is happening in the world around us and acting responsibility on that knowledge.

Knowledge is this example, is the result of a rational process.  Despite our assumptions, it is a very fragile process, because it is linear.  We find one factual link, then connect it to another link and so on, until we have a chain of facts leading us to a logical conclusion.

Those working to deny us access to that knowledge know that destroying the whole chain is unnecessary.  Simply break one link and the chain falls way.  The result is that most will throw up their hands up in disgust and walk off. 

When it comes to causing a failure, any link will do, but those that kill the messenger work best.  Ergo, the frequent attacks on motive and credibility via innuendo and slander, as opposed to dealing with the actual facts. 

Call it what you may, but it works. This is why deciding who has access to knowledge is largely a political process. Especially where governments and special interests are concerned

In terms of the assumption that NASA would have told us by now, there is no rational process in which we can share a role.  Rather, a political process that is completely out of our hands.   Herein comes the rub for us as individuals.

If you're a contented passenger on NASA's ship, whatever happens at the bow and stern is of no concern to you.  Your only real concern is your own comfort. As long as that remains, you'll happily go wherever they take you. 

On the other hand, as the captain of your own ship, you have a personal responsibility to take a broader perspective. With this in mind, let's examine the political dynamic of this counterpoint at the assumption level. That being a government agency like NASA would not suppress information about an incoming Near Earth Object (NEO). 

To test this assumption, let's examine Near Earth Object (NEO) threat discovery reporting. (Continue to next page...)

 

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How Our Government Will Signal the Arrival of Planet X — Bob Fletcher, Investigator

How Our Government Will Signal the Arrival of Planet X — Bob Fletcher, InvestigatorPeople follow different paths to the truth about Planet X, with an enduring hope that one day, our government will finally disclose what it knows.

Like UFOlogy, the hope is that if you create a pile of pictures high enough, perhaps at some point the truth will reach critical mass and voila-disclosure. Unfortunaetly, just like Marxism, it's one of those inspiring fantasy goals that can never be achieved.

This is why Planet X investigator, Bob Fletcher, producer of the IN-COMMING DVDs, has come at this from an entirely different directions. Bob followed the money and found that more was spent on preparation for Planet X than anyone could imagine. GO

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