ALIEN STARCRAFT DESTROYED COLUMBIA SPACE SHUTTLE
by Der Voron, guest columnist.
[February 2, 2003]
caused the crash of Space Shuttle Columbia? The below facts suggest
the following version:
occurred at a very great height, over 40 miles. This excludes any
possibility of an Earth-based attacker shooting it down with land-to-air
missiles -- none are able to reach a height of even close to 40 miles).
may entertain the possibility of an attack launched from a Russian satellite,
or from another space-based device, or from a Russian high-altitude strategic
bomber (e.g., a TU-160) that was somehow able to approach, or cross, US
borders using long-range laser weapons or special missiles.
scenarios are supported by the following: about 20 minutes after the crash,
RosAviaCosmos, the Russian space agency, declared that a technical defect
might have caused the breakup.
problem is that other specialists made different claims during the same
are also sources, including RosAviaCosmos, who claim that a small fragment
of Columbia's protective surface layer had fallen off the shuttle during
its takeoff on January 16, 2003, causing the formation of further splits
in the wing, which resulted in an explosion.
However, other sources
claim that while Columbia was in orbit, NASA specialists analyzed this
problem, and concluded that it couldn't effect the flight. This sounds
a bit odd, because unprotected areas can very easily get caught in fire.
there may be two explanations for Columbia's crash:
Hot air friction sparked a fire in the damaged area while Columbia was
descending at a speed of about 3.8 miles per second. The fire burnt
through the unprotected area, and then reached the internal areas of the
its engines and fuel tanks.
problem with this scenario is that it could as easily have occurred during
Columbia's takeoff, when its speed and air friction was approximately the
same as when landing.
Columbia was shot down by aliens.
the aliens didn't use any weapons to destroy Columbia, but merely approached
Columbia in their alien craft, causing Columbia's electronics and engines
to fail due to the effect of the alien starcraft's electromagnetic fields.
this "alien approach" theory doesn't explain why the shuttle exploded in
the air, instead of merely plummeting to Earth. Thus, the more likely
scenario is that Columbia was shot down by the alien craft.
the question arises: what did the aliens wish to show mankind by their
action? Possibly that oil-based engines (which are used even by such
advanced craft as space shuttles) have almost reached their peak effectiveness
and reliability -- and that it is time to develop alternative and more
weapons and missiles, which are much less effective than ray and/or laser
weapons, face approximately the same condition. (Some weapons
were reportedly tested by Columbia's crew during their flight -- perhaps
by those crew members who were simultaneously active [i.e., non-retired]
military aircraft pilots: US Air Force colonel Rick Husband and Israeli
Air Force colonel Ilan Ramon.)
may also be that an alien starcraft had approached Columbia without malicious
intent, but that its electromagnetic field's effects on Columbia's electronics
and engines were unforeseen by the aliens.
Copyright 2003 by Der Voron.
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