Monday, October 24, 2011

Feeding the Sharks? An Ongoing Cover-Up - Part V

Anyone familiar with Molten Eagle knows our steadfast opposition to women crew on nuclear subs is nothing new.

In fact, ME's non-PC stance has some support in related developments within the international space program.

How could so much negative news be suppressed? Like the future unavailability of the military draft (legislation could reinstate it in an instant, but the resulting litigation, although a windfall for trial lawyers, would be devastating for the country. Such politically incorrect topics have been virtually banned from publication by mainstream editors.

Getting back to the U.S. space program, we are at another interesting juncture, similar to the status of our nevermore available military draft:

The Competitive Space Task Force points out that spending billions of taxpayer funds to try to create a new Government launcher to replicate/replace existing/proven private American boosters directly violates NASA’s charter, the Space Act, and the 1998 Commercial Space Act requirements for NASA to pursue the "fullest possible engagement of commercial providers" and to “seek and encourage, to the maximum extent possible, the fullest commercial use of space”. source

Guess what will happen when commercial launch systems begin to transport humans (especially females) to Mars? Like the fiscal crisis of 2008, and the Deepwater Horizon Spill in 2009, neither Congress nor the President will hold themselves responsible for failures they failed to regulate.

Like the fiscal crisis of 2008, and the Deepwater Horizon Spill of 2009, however, litigation will ensue year after year. There is no difference in males and females? Why have you not heard about this recommended study? It is simply not politically correct for U.S. consumption. The U.S. government will not touch it. As an alternative, women on nuclear submarines is intended to provide similar results. Goody, goody!

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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