Discussion in 'Science, Tech, & Space Exploration' started by Toroid, Feb 12, 2018.
the hole is too small for that
They're now suggesting the hole was made with a drill while it was still on Earth. You can see the drill marks next to the hole.
Russia says ISS leak could be deliberate sabotage | Daily Mail Online
Who drilled the hole? According to the story all the astronauts were sleeping when the pressure change was detected and ground control decided to let them sleep before informing them. Maybe one of the crew sleep-floated and drilled the hole.
Who Sabotaged the International Space Station?
That does look like a drilled hole, unless something flew through that wall extremely hot and fast making it appear like it was machined...I don't know if the latter is really possible, but this just doesn't make any sense, the holeisn't big enough to do serious damage unless left unchecked...
The article said the capsules are heavily shielded. They would need a very long drill bit to get through all the layers.
The hole may have down more damage that initially thought.
That hole drilled in Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft may have done more damage than initially thought
hmmm this is very weird, its starting to look like a sabotage after all
When they figure out whodunit they'll drill another hole
On Tuesday the ISS turns 20 years old. More than 230 people have visited the $150 billion dollar station.
The International Space Station just turned 20 — here's what astronauts say about living in the $150 billion orbiting laboratory
I want to know when there will be bases on the moon.
There seems to be numerous unacknowledged issues with that. From Corey Good's, David Wilcock's & Michael Salla's research the dark side of the moon which they claim looks like Manhattan at night is a neutral zone for races. Warring groups could have bases literally feet from each other. In the movie Moon they had one man attend to the mining equipment. He would work for several years then be replaced with a clone of himself and he figured it out towards the end of the movie. I suspect the script was based on similar events. I believe they were mining helium 3. In David's book The Ascension Mysteries he described an Ancient race that built an enormous underground base on the moon and loaded their consciousness' into a computer. Montes Carpatus is a location on the moon and it anagrams to Satan's computer. There's also ruins from the Ancient Builder Race on and under the surface. David claims that one day they just disappeared from ancient history and evolved into the Blue Avians who reside in a higher octave/frequency/dimension.
I watched a program recently about the dust on the moon somehow getting into the suit of an astronaut and making him extremely ill. It's possible the surface is covered with nanotech as one of many defences. The rumor is they took a nuke to the moon and it was remotely disarmed by residents and we were warned off. Our satellite seems to fall under Draco territory and the Nazi/cabal and later SSP leased the supposed swastika or pentagon shaped facility on the surface that Corey calls Lunar Operations Command (LOC) where they age regress people after their 20 and back service with the SSP.
The Sumerians called the moon Nanna and it was Su'en or Sin in Akkadian. In Latin its Luna and an obscure name is Dilimbabbar. In the Wingmakers (central race) material SIN stands for Sovereign Integral Network and I doubt that's a coincidence of the alterative name. The sun & moon appearing in belief systems throughout history IMO has to do with the logic of the creator in the ratios of their diameters and distances from each other.
David Wilcock: The Ascension Mysteries
'Infectious organisms' are alive on board the international space station, NASA reveals | Daily Mail Online
The ISS AI bot CIMON is having tantrums. There's a video on the bot in post #54 & a 2 minute video in the link.
'Be nice': International Space Station bot CIMON likes Kraftwerk and astronauts who are not mean | Daily Mail Online
A Russian Soyuz rocket successfully launched three astronauts to the ISS after a failed attempt in October.
Russian Soyuz rocket successfully launches three astronauts toward the International Space Station | Daily Mail Online
An astronaut aboard the ISS mistakenly dialed 911.
Houston, we (don't) have a problem: Astronaut accidentally dials 911 from International Space Station - NY Daily News
It's rather surprising that someone in orbit could access an earthly phone number.
They've been able to phone home for at least a decade. The calls are routed through a NASA office.
Here's the ten dollar answer to the two cent question nobody is asking.
Telephone systems that use an entry digit to make calls - dial 9 plus the number - have this problem all too frequently. I have been on many hundreds of service calls because of this. Eventually manufacturers included misdial prevention features in their software such as waiting some period of time to see if additional digits are dialed before routing the call or failing it. Sometimes once a dial plan has been in place it isn't easy to just change that preceding digit. Contemporary systems usually eliminate the need for an access digit, but you still have to configure the dial plan accordingly.
In this case I'd say it's a case of a government system using dated software and/or lax system administration - not unusual at all.
Modern systems which are VoIP and network distributed are a bear when it comes to configuring 911. Not to avoid accidentally dialing 911 as much as configuring location services. Where do the first responders go when somebody dials 911? You can automate a lot of it but in the end it comes down to a lot of manual coordination with PSAP. Been there, done that ad nauseum.
And just to belabor the point, if you realize that you have dialed 911 accidentally just hang on and own up to it. I can guarantee that I have dialed 911 more times than most thousand people you know and the folks answering the phone are almost always polite and it won't be a problem.
Russian Soyuz rocket launched three astronauts to the ISS.
We have lift-off! Russian Soyuz rocket successfully launches three astronauts to the ISS | Daily Mail Online
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