Over the next two months, he stayed as a guest, analyzing some of Tycho's observations of Mars; Tycho guarded his data closely, but was impressed by Kepler's theoretical ideas and soon allowed him more access.
Posting 5 by Anonymous 13 November, Thank you for the cooperation you display regarding my information. Your attention to this matter is highly and greatly appreciated. My colleagues and I are discussing several different options regarding the release of this information. First, we must obtain proper sanction from past officials.
Many have died, but we still have a few around. We are asking their approval for release. Next, we must obtain current official sanction. This may be a little more difficult.
Current DIA officials have very little knowledge of this subject matter. However, we will move ahead with our plans. He is in our corner and will support our gradual release plan.
The proposal by one of your readers [Bill Hamilton] regarding the Web site is a great idea. With the cooperation of several "co-authors," we might create a Web site and post some information on that site.
Until then, I will continue to provide the official information only through you. Regarding the Web site. I know we have some hurdles to overcome.
But we have several different options. We have discussed everything from an international press conference to a National Press Club news conference. We are also considering your suggestion of releasing key pages out of the 3, to you and then your forwarding them around the country to the six key individuals you named in your e-mail: I will provide some answers to the many questions once I find them.
Remember, I have over 3, pages of to view and another two sizeable volumes of other supplementary data. I expected thoughtfulness in the responses, rather than criticism. The information I am providing is coming directly from official documents. As for the scientific calculations, our Earth-based scientists had the same questions.
Our home-based scientists questioned the collection methods of the team.
But in the end, our home-based scientists figured out that our applied scientific principals did not always work on Planet Serpo. Initially, he was the biggest skeptic of the group. But as information was slowly analyzed, Dr. Sagan came back to the middle.
Some of which I cannot find answers to. Although our team spent over a decade our time on Serpo and nearby planets, they did not have a laptop computer to enter all data.
They had two recorders, who were responsible for writing down the data. Our team acknowledged that a lot of data was lost or not documented. The Team Members brought several time pieces, e. The time pieces worked, but they had no reference to time since the Eben days were longer, the dusk and dawn periods were longer and they had no calendars to reference.
They did use the time pieces to calculate movement, for example, timing the movement of the Eben two suns. They also calculated the time between work and rest periods. The team became confused with the calendars they brought — a year calendar. After 24 months, the team lost track of time, as to the calendar since they could not properly calculate days compared to Earth days.
They set up one large clock to the earth time when they left. However, this was a battery-controlled clock and when the battery died, the clock stopped and they forgot to change the battery in time. Consequently, they lost the earth time. The team brought a large quantity of batteries, but they ran out after about five years.
The Ebens had no comparable item like batteries. The list goes on and on.Posting 1 - The original posting by Anonymous, and three apparently independent supporting comments from other list members.
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