Saturday, November 26, 2005

Space UFOs Further Apart

Idle Fantasy:

The man Paul Hellyer is an actual former Canadian Minister of Defence and had also been Deputy Prime Minister under Pierre Trudeau. In early September of 2005, Hellyer publicly announced that he believed in UFOs. Now, he has gone a bit further: Asks Canadian Parliament Asked To Hold Hearings On Relations With Alien "Et" Civilizations.

What is wrong with this? "Paul Hellyer stated on May 15, 2003, in Toronto’s Globe & Mail newspaper, “Canada should accept the long-standing invitation of U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio to launch a conference to seek approval of an international treaty to ban weapons in space."

Answer: Folks, Mr. Hellyer and Congressman Kucinich, although none have been found in Iraq recently, there are currently weapons of mass destruction on every continent of and almost certainly every ocean of our planet. Since Earth is a component of a galaxy that exists in space -- it is too late to ban weapons in space.

Arduous Reality:

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) - November 25, 2005, Company Set to Launch Low-Cost Rocket
The Falcon 1 is the first in what is intended to be a family of launch vehicles from the El Segundo-based SpaceX. The rocket's payload is a satellite for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Air Force Academy. FalconSat-2 will measure space plasma phenomena, which can impair space-based communications.

Falcon 1 competes with small launchers such as the Pegasus from Orbital Sciences and Falcon 5 competes with medium lift launchers, such as Boeing’s Delta II. Falcon 9 is an EELV class vehicle and competes with Boeing’s Delta IV- Heavy and Lockheed’s Atlas V.

The company is the latest enterprise of Elon Musk, co-founder of PayPal, the world’s leading electronic payment system now owned by Ebay. Musk created SpaceX to help make humanity a space faring civilization.

Note: Extraterrestrial civilisations and space travel are certainly possible, in my opinion. UFOs are largely a fiction of Hollywood and ...

1 Comments:

At 26 November, 2005 08:30, Blogger CDR Salamander said...

He should really get a MRI to check for tumors and such. But, he would have to take off the afdb first.

 

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