I've been watching the strange news that has come out in the last few days about this 22-year-old Military Police Specialist, William Millay, and the alleged attempted espionage that he is being held for (not yet charged with). Does anyone have any insight into this case? It's very strange. See this article:
OK, for everyone. If you go to: ssd.jpl.nasa.gov, and click at the top on "Near Earth Object (NEO)" and then click on the blue tab, "Close Approaches," you will get to the NASA site that documents data about close approaches of space objects, including asteroids. Scroll down to 2005 YU55. Click on it. As of now (11-6, 7 pm) you will see that the "Condition Code" is 2. That means there is some uncertainty with NASA's projected trajectory of the YU55 asteroid. Not a 0, which would be 100% sure. OK. Not a 9, which would be, Shit! get the hell out of here! If you are in a coastal area, watch the other numbers. See what changes over the next two days. That will be your signal to get out of Dodge. I hope we are all able to laugh about this next weekend.
Thank you for all...
For me, the condition code says 1...I feel that much safer!
Heads up everyone, we really don't know much at all...
I noticed that they lowered the condition code to 1 for 2005 YU-55 makes me feel better
But what does not make me feel good is the one that no one is talking about that is supposed to pass by on November 15th (2011 UT-91) that is supposed to pass by on Nov 15 with a Condition Code of 6
Finally, a few minutes ago a news story came out about William Millay. This story refutes the theory that he was being held because he warned his family to prepare for the end of the world:
It appears that there are real espionage activities here, after all.
Incidentally, I saw the lower condition code, too. I feel much better today.
Other news stories have been published during the last hour that raise questions about these charges against Millay.
I don't know anything; I just read a lot, and sometimes that means I read between the lines. There is more to this story; I thought we'd see some more conclusive information about Millay's supposed espionage, now that charges were filed. But a google search of "William Millay" of stories that have appeared in the last hour raise more questions.
This still bears watching, IMHO.