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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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Planet X Counterpoint: NASA Would Have Told Us By NowBefore the new millennium, newspapers were lightning quick to reported initial NEO discoveries, with the possibility of an impact event on Earth.  This is because humans have an ancient instinctive fear of impact events. Therefore, these articles were advertising cash cows for the media. The simple economics of readership.

As the last century drew to a close, the media prospered with alarmist NEO headlines and provocative news copy  As a result, space agencies such as NASA, ESA (Europe) and JAXA (Japan) were inundated with information requests by concerned citizens. 

This put NASA in an awkward position. As we often see on Television, if you land up on the wrong side of a news cycle, the long-term consequences can be draining. That was the case here and public concerns were becoming a recurring nuisance.

While the media was directly responsible for creating these panic cycles, NASA feigned taking them to task.  Still on a public perception rebound, had NASA sharply rebuked the media to be more responsible, they would have run the risk of biting the PR hand that feeds them. 

Around the turn of the millennium, NASA found a way out of this conundrum. The instituted a policy of suppressing NEO reports at the more vulnerable science level, thereby eliminating any need to risk a media confrontation.

How well does it work?  As it always has — brilliantly.  For those of you old enough to remember the 1990s, and those of you young enough to Google the 1990s, you only need to compare these two time periods to see why.

In the last millennium, the media often reported new NEO discoveries that raised the  possibility (no matter how remote), of an impact event within a matter of years or months.  In this millennium, the media is no longer publishing these stories.

What we have now are typically one of two things. The first type are NEO discoveries that that presents a remote risk as measured in decades — not years. A risk placed so far into the future, readers easily dismiss it as something that may happen on the next guy's watch.   

The other type of NEO stories, describes close flybys after the fact.  Days after a window of risk has passed, we're finally told.  Not that it matters or that people ask the logical question.  "If you can never see them coming, how is it you always see them going?" 

The result of this NEO suppression policy is passenger comfort so to speak. Pampered and happy, why should they pester NASA to response to alarmist media articles that are never published?

Does this mean the universe changed?  That Earth is happily trundling through a completely vacant area of space we've never seen before? 

Wakey wakey folks.  The universe has not changed. They are still as many threatening objects in space in this millennium as there were in the last, if not more. The science hasn't changed, just the politics that drive it.

You may wonder, just how do we know this?  For the answer to that question, we must travel forward to the past, as most political agendas do.

NASA's Long Standing NEO Suppression Policy

In April of 2001, I was fortunate to have a lengthy conversation with  Dr. Brian Marsden, Associate Director of the Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatories.  If you discovered a new object and want to have it named, Marsden was the go-to guy at that time.

During our conversation I recall how he fumed bitterly about NASA's new policy.  Dubbed the doomsday news protocol by the Associated Press, the goal of the policy was to throttle the scandalous headlines of the media.

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NASA’s 72-hour suppression policy has finally forced astronomers to think in terms of public relations.   Consequently, it has pushed them down the slippery slope of political correctness, towards the abyss of bad science. 

It is interesting to note that Planet X and 2012 were not even on our radar scopes at the time. Yet, we were stunned by the ramifications of this policy, as explained to me by Dr. Marsden.

Here is the run down.  When a Near Earth Object (NEO) is discovered, especially one that is on a potentially catastrophic Earth crossing orbit, one initial observation report is simply not enough. You need more of them and fast.


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Prior to NASA's implementation of the doomsday news protocol, astronomers reported their new discoveries as quickly as possible, so other astronomers could know to make their own observations as well. 

Why the urgency?  The reason for this long standing practice of the 20th century is that the more observations that are made of an object, the more reliable the orbital projections become.  This explains why an initial report that raises the specter of a catastrophic impact can later be reversed through additional observations. The additional observation reports helped to build a far more accurate dataset.  

Always sniffing about for impact event headlines, the media would jump on these initial reports and the worst offenders where the British tabloids. Consequently, NASA decided to flex its political muscle and it instituted a 72-hour embargo on all new NEO observation reports.

By using political power to push themselves into a new gatekeeper role, NASA effectively circumvented a time honored scientific process, thereby throttling what had always been a vital and unhindered scientific dialogue. This very same policy remains in effect today. To see how well it works, just Google the headlines of this millennium. 

NASA calls this stealthy suppression policy good science.  If you're a pampered passenger, that works. If not, is it wise to glibly trust a post-Camelot NASA to be forthcoming, having already enjoyed a decade of success as NEO gatekeepers?  

Likewise, assuming we face potential threat from an object such as Planet X, when does something like this exceed the "need to know" political threshold? 

Of course, those who know better will quickly assure that with something this big, NASA would simply have to tell us.   

Can NASA Be Honest About Something This Big?

The counterpoint that NASA would have told us about Planet X already, presumes that  something this big would force disclosure sooner than later.  Given that Hollywood always rejects this notion because that is what moviegoers expect, let's kick the tires on this idea using another big topic.  UFOs and the existence of extraterrestrials.

Whether you personally believe in UFOs or not, is irrelevant to this particular discussion.  Rather, the acid test here, is to examine the basic honesty of this post-Camelot government agency with a topic that is arguably as big as Planet X.

Case in point is a Cut to the Chase interview I conducted with an Apollo 14 astronaut, Dr. Edgar Mitchell. He is the man NASA trusted to pilot the lunar lender, during the Apollo 14 mission.

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On February 5, 1971, Dr. Edgar Mitchell expertly piloted the Apollo 14, Antares Lunar Lander to safe landing on Fra Mauro.  The sixth man to set foot on the moon, he later returned to Earth to find himself at the center of a nasty media feeding frenzy. 

It had been spawned by the innocent revelation of an associate, that he had conducted private ESP research during his own personal time periods.  However, neither walking on the moon, nor conducting groundbreaking ESP research would prove to be transformative events for Dr. Mitchell. 

During that interview, I sensed that Dr. Mitchell was on the verge of coming out and publicly stating that UFOs and extraterrestrials exist. A few weeks later, he did exactly that.

So here's the big topic question. Is a man this agency trusted to pilot a lunar lander all by himself on a very lonely branch of the lunatic fringe? Not if you use the search phrase, "astronaut + UFO + NASA" . 

Do that and you’ll see results for other NASA astronauts who have also reported UFO sightings, and/or have stated UFOs are real. 

  • Edgar Mitchell
  • Donald Slayton
  • Ed White
  • Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin
  • Frank Borman
  • Gordon Cooper
  • James Lovell
  • James McDivitt
  • Neil Armstrong
  • Scott Carpenter

Despite this, NASA continues to deny the existence of extraterrestrials. In fact the agency is so effective in avoiding the topic, why ask them?  Instead, ask yourself this one simple question. Can we assume NASA would be totally forthcoming about something as big as Planet X, given their institutional dishonesty about UFOs and the existence of extraterrestrials?

Also, where is it written that a strategic partner of military and intelligence agencies has one secrecy threshold for one big topic, that is different from another?  Is something as big as Planet X, exempt from NASA's long standing doomsday news protocol?

Until we have a definitive and unequivocal answer to that poignant question, all we can honestly and sincerely say about the counterpoint assumption that NASA would have told us by now, is that it is not about science. Rather, it is a matter of unreserved and unquestioned faith in NASA's politics.

How you treat accept this reality depends on whether you are a pampered passenger, or the captain of your own ship.

Passenger vs. Captain — You Decide

The decision to become the captain of your own ship is a weighty one, because we live in a society that teaches us to go along by playing along.  Therefore to tell the reader what  to do would be contrary to everything this article represents.  The power of personal choice.  Therefore, all I can do is to share my own personal counterpoint assessment.

Like most Americans I began to see NASA as a very humanly flawed agency after the 1986 Challenger disaster, even though part of me hoped for return to Camelot.  If by some miracle of fate that should happen, it would as precious a time for the youngsters of today, as it was for me when I was a young lad.

As the old saying goes, "never say never," though I must admit.  My secret hope faded completely away during my conversation with Dr. Brian Marsden, when he expressed his deep disappointment with NASA back in 2001. 

On that day, NASA became for me what NASA has been since then: JAGA (just another government agency.)  However, this is not to say that my disappointment led me to toss the baby out with the bathwater.

When you accept that fact that NASA is JAGA, you gain a new sense of objectivity.  As with any other tax payer funded agency, they have to publish results and since founding yowusa.com in 1999, we've made extensive use of their published data and will continue to do so. 

In general, we find the agency to be cagy about context and is often contracts its own findings.  Nonetheless, when you apply your own context and rules, there are some very interesting things to be found.  There and elsewhere. It's a technique we call "crumbs and dots." 

Regardless of where you search for data, be it NASA, JPL, or anywhere else including our own site, always be willing to find the crumbs where they lay.  Sometimes you find them on the edge of the table and other times on the floor.  It doesn't matter where.  

What does matter is that you gather them with patience.  Along the way, the context will often bubble up out of the data itself and connect a few dots. That's when you know you're onto something useful.

On the other hand, many devote countless hours to conspiratorial rants.  Whether they have a point, or no point at all is irrelevant. Rather, whether you come or go is the only point that is relevant.  Ergo, when it comes to Planet X, the best that NASA can actually do is to observe and report.  Does this give them a big advantage?

Both the Johnson and the Kennedy Space Centers are in coastal areas which are highly vulnerable to catastrophic Earth changes.  When NASA loses them, what will they have left?  Mobile homes at the Baikonur Cosmodrome?  The fact is they too will be scattered to the winds.

In the meantime, this is 2010 folks and regardless of whether or not you buy the counterpoint assumption that NASA would have told us by now, you still have a very fundamental decision to make.  Do you fritter away the remaining time with skeptical dabbling, or do you make the most of this dwindling opportunity.

If your first thought is to wait and see what develops in belief you'll handily cross that bridge when you come to it, just remember this.  Once we see two suns in the sky, it will be too late.  The bargains will be long gone and the shelves will be bare. 

As the author of this article, my choice is obvious, but what about yours?  Will you let the comfort of blind political faith keep you happy as the king of your own stateroom? Or, will you accept the solemn responsibility of being the captain of your own ship?  The choice is — as it always must be — yours and yours alone.


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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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