NASA’s Horse and Buggy Space Program – A Black Hole of Funding?

On September 23, 2011, Dr. Steven Greer and Dr. Ted Loder discussed the end of the Space Shuttle program and what is really going on with NASA on the “Conversations With Dr. Steven Greer” show on the One World Puja Network.

The truth is that rocket technology has been around since about 1940. The U.S. space program and rocket technology used by NASA to this day is basically the same technology that was used by Dr. Wernher Von Braun on the German V-2 rockets in WWII when rockets were used as weapons of war.

Hear Dr. Greer Discuss The Truth About NASA’s Shuttle Program With Dr. Loder:

Rocket technology is more than 70 years old and has its roots much further back when, in 1926, the American, Robert H. Goddard, created the first liquid-fueled rocket here in the U.S. Virtually at the same time, another American, Thomas Townsend Brown, was working on the idea of using high voltage electricity for propulsion and as a means to repel gravity.

Rocket Technology is Obsolete

Dr. Greer points out in this discussion with Dr. Loder that obsolete rocket technology is being sold to the American people by NASA to get taxpayer funding which is then used to finance corporate R&D programs. This was noted after Dr. Greer pointed out that on the day before 9-11 Donald Rumsfeld announced that 2.3 trillion dollars was missing out of the Department of Defense budget over the last few decades:

“It’s a complete abuse of power – an abuse of constitutional authority or subversion of constitutional authority. And in the meanwhile we end up as taxpayers being sold this bill of goods on the conventional NASA budget and program where we’re going to shovel more billions into bogus, antiquated technologies that, guess what, are going to go into corporate R&D programs.” – Dr. Steven Greer

One of these two technologies (electrogravitic antigravity propulsion) appeared in scientific publications openly until it mysteriously went “dark” in 1954 when it disappeared from the literature altogether.

Classified, But Not Forever

It is understandable that a technology can become so highly classified that all open scientific discussion can cease completely. What is not understandable or tolerable is to deliberately suppress technology way beyond the time frame a cover story would be expected.

Maybe it would have been necessary to keep up the charade during the cold war even though that period dragged on for about 40 years (from the 1950s through the end of the 1980s). That in itself is a long time, but maybe the American people would have supported it if it was for a patriotic cause. But the 1970s came and went, the 1980s came and went, the 1990s came and went, the 2000s came and went, and we are still using “horse and buggy” technology to send man into space when we already have the technology to send him to the stars (see my previous article on Ben Rich from the Lockheed Skunk Works).

Mission to Mars?

It appears that antigravity propulsion has been under serious development since the mid 1950s. But here we have come all this way and we are now in the second decade of the 21st century – about 60 years later – and we are contemplating a Mission to Mars with rocket technology! Such a mission would be so long and so fraught with danger that it would be cruel and unthinkable to allow a crew of astronauts to risk their lives using obsolete technology to undertake such an endeavour when we have more advanced technology to do the job!

The Space Shuttle program began in the early 1980s and continued all the way up to the end of the first decade of the 21st century and we have nothing to replace it. The cold war is over. The war on terror is flimsy at best. Why is the public being excluded from disclosure of technological advances made decades earlier? Who is the enemy that the powers that be are protecting their secrets from? Serious space exploration is being deliberately held back by their unwillingness to share what could be a benefit for mankind and it’s time for the truth to come out.

It’s time for Disclosure of more advanced propulsion systems if we are to continue further with the exploration of space. The Moon was the first goal. Mars is the next. We shouldn’t invest another dollar or hour of our time on antiquated technologies and needlessly risk the lives of astronauts in space when there is probably a faster, safer and more practical way to send people into space. There should be more cooperation between taxpayer funded scientific discoveries and the general state of technology in use.

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