Federico Makabenta (yenm@iconn.com.ph)
Tue, 20 Mar 2001 21:55:13 +0800


I dunno. I really think its possible.

Take the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird for instance. Though people know it
exists, and is probably the most advanced plane out there - a lot of its
specifications and details about its make is still highly classified for
three decades. That's even AFTER it makes several public appearances and
become the subject of several film features. Though you can say it is
known - what's inside and a lot of the details about it is not known. It
just got outdated after satellites performed a better job than it did.

I think its entirely possible for information on a project to be totally
wiped out intentionally. Though rumors or some footage may exist of the
GP-01 to 03, the technical work could still remain extremely secret. You may
know in theory (like Kou) the nuclear capability of the GP-02, but to
reconstruct it would require massive research and testing yet again.
Something the contractors (Feddies/Titans) wouldn't care to repeat after the
fiasco.

Fed

From: Richie Ramos -- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam!
<gaijin@i-manila.com.ph>

> >From the technology point of view, the GP project had continuity-busting
> technology...I don't know how you can hide a project of that magnitude.
>
> It just doesn't make sense.

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