On 10/14/2014 10:00 AM, salyavin808 wrote:
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <noozguru@...> wrote :
On 10/13/2014 11:30 PM, salyavin808 wrote:
Do you have any documentary evidence for that claim? I know there
is a list of people who get called if a major discovery is made
but the government aren't on it but I doubt the government could
keep it quiet even if they wanted to. The biggest worry when
announcing a discovery of alien life is if they get it wrong and
it turns out to be a non-intelligent natural phenomena like
pulsars or something strange like that.
I'm surprised that you, being such a scientist, was not aware of
this document which NASA commissioned the Brookings Institute to do.
What would me being a scientist have to do with whether or not I
know about a document from the 1960s about preparations for
changes in society due to space exploration?
Besides, there isn't anything in there about what we are talking
about. I did find this:
"Certain potential products or consequences of space activities
imply such a high degree of change in world conditions that it
would be unprofitable within the purview of this report to propose
research on them. Examples include a controlled thermonuclear
fusion rocket power source and face-to-face meetings with
There is certainly nothing else in the index, perhaps you could
point me to any relevant page to save me reading it all.
Well gee, I thought a man of letters like you would have wanted to read
the whole thing. Google is your friend (though not too friendly to
Android developers these days) so here:
And don't forget this video to help with your phobia: