CENSORED IN 1978: SPACE POLLUTION HITS HOME

  CENSORED IN 1978: SPACE POLLUTION HITS HOME    Although it no longer makes headlines nor the six o’clock news, about twice a month somebody launches something into space. NASA’s current agenda alone calls for domestic communications satellites, weather satellites, new military communications and surveillance satellites, a satellite to test the magnetosphere, one to study […]

The Alan Gross Case: Could Twelve Dozen = Five?

Someone, perhaps the protagonist himself, made a mistake — perhaps an “oversight,” as Washington bureaucrats label their errors. Alan Gross, on a mission for his company (DAI) working for US AID (United States Agency for International Development) solicited a tourist visa to travel to Cuba for the purpose of “promoting democracy,” a euphemism for undermining […]

CENSORED IN 1978: ASTROPOLLUTION HITS HOME

CENSORED IN 1978: ASTROPOLLUTION HITS HOME Although it no longer makes headlines nor the six o’clock news, about twice a month somebody launches something into space. NASA’s current agenda alone calls for domestic communications satellites, weather satellites, new military communications and surveillance satellites, a satellite to test the magnetosphere, one to study propulsion principles, experimental […]

CENSORED IN 1978: ASTROPOLLUTION HITS HOME

      Although it no longer makes headlines nor the six o’clock news, about twice a month in 1978 somebody launched something into space.      NASA’s current agenda alone calls for domestic communications satellites, weather satellites, new military communications and surveillance satellites, a satellite to test the magnetosphere, one to study propulsion principles, experimental TV broadcast […]