It’s a nuclear weapon.

It’s the only answer, isn’t it? That’s why they spent 60 million bucks to try to shoot it down. That’s why they’re saying they can’t “confirm the kill” which means they’re still looking for it. That’s why there’s a special HAZMAT team ready to go anywhere in the world to recover parts. What’s aboard a “spy satellite” has that they don’t want to fall into enemy hands… a camera, or killer satellite technology? What does it take to get our military excited? It ain’t surveillance, they don’t even know what that means. It’s nuclear weapons.


One Response to It’s a nuclear weapon.

  1. Bpaul says:

    I heard some talk of a large about of Hydrazine or some such nasty chemical in the satellite remnants — *might* have something to do with this, but probably not.

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