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I Can’t Believe This is a Science Tool: NASA’s Glory Crashes by Tres Mali Scott: International PNP® March 9, 2011

Posted by Paranormal Psychology in Nuclear Activity: International PNP®, Science.
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Tres Scott & International PNP

This topic is endorsed by The Writings of African-Americans by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) 2nd & 3rd Place Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist Award.

NASA’s nine-story Taurus XL Rocket named “Glory” sounds like a para-military National Defense tool. When science observation satellites are launched, do they have the same level of security as a National Defense Satellite?

I have been writing on crisis and international diplomatic issues for about five years now and the Los Angeles Times article Loss of satellite a blow to Earth climate study, Wednesday March 9, 2001, describes a satellite that could also be used to detect illegal nuclear activity or fallout, military weapons and activity, more deposits of high levels of Mercury, and illegal burning that is so damaging it could be considered a human rights violation, as reported in the Middle East.

The 2009 Orbiting Carbon Observatory crash that is similar makes the statement that others see these satellites as National Defense as well. The purpose of Glory is to understand how humans are affecting Earth’s climate through desert dust, burning coal, and spraying nitrate, but the equipment can also detect other means of humans affecting Earth’s climate. The examples are:

  • The Total Irradiance Monitor
  • Aerosol Polarimetry Sensor
  • Remote Sensing Equipment

These science tools detect solar radiation, differences on land surfaces, and in the oceans & seas. This sophisticated observation satellite also sounds like a para-military defense tool that others may see as a weapon. One important reason for this $424 million project is that the Congress has been pressured by lobbyist to reduce fossil fuel burning. This could lead to stricter regulations. The oil and coal-burning industries input on the subject as well with their own lobbies.

Other uses for this military sounding science satellite include detecting new technologies being used, human rights violations, and weapons detection.

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