Peter Carranza (uc0088sentinel@excite.com)
Tue, 20 Mar 2001 22:00:48 -0800 (PST)


. . . And yet somehow the powderpop band SR-71 was able to get high level
clearance to use the plane's name . . . hmmm, a collusion between MTV and
the Pentagon?

Pc

 
On Tue, 20 Mar 2001 21:55:13 +0800, gundam@aeug.org wrote:

> 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 just got outdated after satellites performed a better job than it did.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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