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NEOWatcher
2005-Dec-01, 05:17 PM
Found this while looking for information about Enterprise (http://www.textfiles.com/ufo/shuttle_conspiracy.txt). It sounds more like sci-fi than conspiracy, but it might be something worth picking apart.
The first thing that caught my eye was:
The Enterprise cannot carry cargo because the bay area is taken up by rocket fuel tanks. The tanks of the Enterprise can hold well over 100,000 pounds of rocket fuel when fully loaded. To make a suborbital hop...

gwiz
2005-Dec-01, 05:52 PM
Aha. That must have been the fuel used to steal it during a 747 transit flight in Moonraker.

NEOWatcher
2005-Dec-01, 06:16 PM
Aha. That must have been the fuel used to steal it during a 747 transit flight in Moonraker.
Oh... that could be my answer as to how it got to the European tour (http://www.bautforum.com/showthread.php?t=35363) Just fill both up with fuel, and then no hops needed. Or... is the shuttle doing the flying and it just has the 747 suspended beneath?:shhh: That way we don't reveal that the Shuttle actually does fly by itself...

publiusr
2005-Dec-01, 10:52 PM
The Buran Analogue had some very limited self-ferry ability--able to take off and land under its own power. Enterprise? Not a chance.

Jason Thompson
2005-Dec-01, 11:40 PM
Cold war paranoia, with lots of statements about what supposedly happened, but no evidence to back it up. Oh, and of course the claim that people who have been seen alive and well since the launch were actually killed during the take-off!

ZappBrannigan
2005-Dec-02, 09:13 AM
I remember reading this guy's stuff in some ancient USENET newsgroup back around 1990 or 91. Man, he could really weave a tale, what with the cosmospheres and the Battle of the Harvest Moon. Now there was an unbalanced individual who could really tell a story. Nancy is but a mere Bulwer-Lytton (http://www.bulwer-lytton.com/) to Dr. Beter's Shakesp(h)eare of conspiracists.

Wolverine
2005-Dec-02, 09:30 AM
Related discussion here (http://www.bautforum.com/showthread.php?t=20351).

Lianachan
2005-Dec-02, 09:41 AM
I remember reading this guy's stuff in some ancient USENET newsgroup back around 1990 or 91. Man, he could really weave a tale, what with the cosmospheres and the Battle of the Harvest Moon. Now there was an unbalanced individual who could really tell a story. Nancy is but a mere Bulwer-Lytton (http://www.bulwer-lytton.com/) to Dr. Beter's Shakesp(h)eare of conspiracists.

When reading your posts, I can't help but imagine them being spoken by Zapp Brannigan. Which makes them all hilarious. I'm really sorry about that. Inform the men.

Grand_Lunar
2005-Dec-02, 05:19 PM
I didn't know whether to laugh out loud or puke my guts reading that dogma.

publiusr
2005-Dec-02, 09:06 PM
He even spoke of "heavy-lift cosmospheres"--he's been copying me!

ZappBrannigan
2005-Dec-02, 09:44 PM
When reading your posts, I can't help but imagine them being spoken by Zapp Brannigan. Which makes them all hilarious. I'm really sorry about that. Inform the men.
Yeah, that's what happens when you read a post by... The Zapper.

If we hit that bullseye, the rest of the dominos will fall like a house of cards.

Checkmate.

publiusr
2005-Dec-02, 09:58 PM
Oun-gawa.