Whay Are Indian & Chinese Space Organizations Tight Lipped About Recent UFO Encounters
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Why are Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and China National Space Administration (CNSA) tight lipped about recent encounters with UFOs?
Prem Hazarika, Special Correspondent
November 01, 2004
Indian sky has been the scene of numerous UFOs in recent days. According to some of the Indian Space Research Organization officials who are officially tight lipped there are lots of excitement about this topic. Many are hinting that in 2012 there will be an official landing in six different countries all over the world. India is one of the six chosen. The UFOs are mainly performing scouting missions to establish contacts with Indian Government and military. India is being told on how to tackle the nuclear, space technology and other advanced technologies.
India is definitely going to gain from these recent encounters. One of the ISRO engineers recently spoke about Indias most advanced secret project on anti-gravity propulsion systems and the fact that some scientists are in the process of studying this advanced technology in a package form. When asked what he really meant by package form, his reply was readymade technologies made easy for absorption and utilization instead of invention.
In addition, Indian Air Force personnel also indicated some interesting projects in Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Indias premiere organization for avionic research, development and production. Three of them were interesting on anti-gravity propulsion and making crafts weightless. The stealth technology project was also interesting the mechanism of making flying objects invisible real time.
It is true that ISRO engineers and technicians were in different location of Himalayas and they are still doing something near India China borders. It does not make sense that they are preparing a spacecraft-launching site in Haimalayas. Then why are they so eager to position themselves in Himalayas?
Interestingly Chinese Space Organization CNSA (China National Space Administration) has also undertaken similar activities on the other side of Himalayas. Sources say they have undertaken similar projects. And China is also one of the six nations where such landings will take place in 2012.
For some reason, like USA and Russia (back then Soviet Union) China is also backtracking on manned lunar exploration! In Beijing, among some Government inner circles, there is a profound rumor that China is being told to abandon any manned space journey above 100 miles from earth till 2012.
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