Saturday, May 13, 2006

NGA: Be Good For Goodness Sake

Among the government's most closely guarded secrets, the quality of pictures NGA receives from classified satellites is believed to far exceed the one-meter resolution available commercially. That means they can take a satellite "snapshot" from high above the atmosphere that is crisply detailed down to one meter level, which is 3.3 feet.

- from an AP story by Kathryn Shrader
Be Good For Goodness Sake

The NSA/NGA space-snooping story looks like it's being released "officially"....making it look "par for the course"....perfectly acceptable...before Russell Tice spills the beans and blows the tops of the heads off unbelieving American citizens. Yes, Johnny, the spaceman is watching your every move. He sees you when you're sleeping. He knows when you're awake. He knows when you've been bad or good. So....