Well, it seems that NASA does have an explanation of why its’ LCROSS lunar craft burned up its extra fuel.
It had an ‘attitude’ problem:
It turns out the spacecraft had an attitude problem: A broken sensor in the LCROSS attitude control system, which keeps track of the satellite’s orientation, caused the spacecraft to repeatedly fire its thrusters and burn up about 140 kg of hydrazine propellant. Fortunately, NASA says the spacecraft was carrying more fuel than it needed and still has 50 kg left, enough to complete its mission.
If all goes well, LCROSS will release its Centaur rocket on Oct. 9, 2009, sending the projectile hurtling at the south pole of the moon at twice the speed of a bullet. Scientists hope the impact will send up a huge plume of moon debris, possibly containing ice, vapor or traces of hydrated materials that prove the existence of water on the moon.
A broken sensor was the problem, eh?
I prefer hostile Moon aliens, thank you very much!
Chris Knowles of the Secret Sun blog posted about the Disclosure Project’s Dr. Steven Greer and his recent interview with Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot, which didn’t turn out quite what everyone expected.
According to Knowles, Cassidy, i.e., Project Camelot, “…the big news in the world of UFOlogy recently was the heated debate between Dr. Steven Greer and Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot over Greer’s remarks to the Barcelona Disclosure conference that all alien races in contact with Earth were benevolent.
I’ll admit I’ve never been nearly as impressed with Project Camelot as they are with themselves. They lost me during their interview with Richard Hoagland, for which neither Cassidy nor her partner Bill Ryan seemed even remotely prepared (and you could tell Hoagland wasn’t happy either). And it’s a bit rich to see Cassidy going after Greer hammer-and-tongs when she treated Clifford Stone with such kid gloves, who seems every bit as starry-eyed as she accuses Greer of being.”
I still listen to Project Camelot interviews on American Freedom Radio every so often.
They have guests who have studied the NWO for years and I like to listen to their perspective.
But Chris doesn’t know the history of Project Camelot it seems, because he didn’t mention Dan Burisch, a frequent friend of the Project Camelot crew.
Burisch, as Cassidy and Ryan explain it, is a member of MJ-12, or its modern term ‘Majestic.’
And Burisch’s take on these ‘aliens’ is completely opposite than Greer’s ‘helpful space-brother.’
According to Dr. Burisch (or Crain, depends on the situation) the UFO ‘aliens’ are actually our descendents from another time-line.
And they’re not all concerned about humanity’s well-being.
Anyways, what kills me is that Cassidy and Greer accuse each other of being ‘New Agey.’
Two sides of the same frying pan I say!
You gotta be shittin’ me, !