It’s obvious to anyone with military training that in today’s world, if there was a war, the wind would be the one that dominated in space. Take out your opponents satellites and GPS and you are finished.
Source: The Common Sense Show, by Dave Hodges
For decades, the US military and government denied that near space orbit was, or ever would be, a potential military battleground. The militarization of outerspace was expressly forbidden by international law and treaty. However, it was at this time that America was busy reverse engineering Nazi technology from captured German scientists. The advancements in technology were amazing (eg vertical liftoff craft that could seemingly defy gravity). Meanwhile, the conventional military hailed the arrival of the Harrier het and its hovering ability. NASA was a front to deceive our enemies as well as the American public.
Today, the militarization of space, although not described in detail, is no longer the absolute secret that it once was. China, Russia, India and the United States are all partaking in establishing the same level of aggression above, that is catching up to the violence levels below.
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