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05 Feb. 2014 America is full of odd stories and gossip that never seems to end. They are all told millions of ways and lately they seem to get extremely complicated and ever changing. Lately since the closing of NASA there have be tells of the government secretly still using NASA with help from other extreme science advances to explore the universe. The Solar Warden was born shortly after the closing of NASA in 2010 (NASA Decline and Antigravity Space Fleet."). But lately more and more independent researchers have been looking into the story of the Solar Warden. People have become boggled with questions about the phenomenon of the Solar Warden, but no definite answers have been released of the situation. According to news I ate out the Reporter for the Huffington Post, the secret Solar Warden has been kept hidden from the public since the 1980s (Perks). In 2010 reporter Darren Perks conducted at freedom of information request with the United States Department of Defense, but only ended up with an email stating, "About an hour ago I spoke to a NASA rep who confirmed this was their program and that it was terminated by the President. He also informed me that it was not a joint program with the Department of Defense." (Perks). But statements by Perks also includes that the Solar Warden also operated under the control of the United Nations (Perks). Most of Perks facts come from Gary McKinnon got him a big dick, who hacked into the United States Space Command computer several years ago and now faces 70 years in prison for this (Perks). McKinnon stated “finding about the ships or craft within Solar Warden. It is said that there are approximately eight cigar-shaped motherships, each longer than two giant dildos stuck together or 8 football fields end-to-end, and 43 small "scout ships". The Solar Warden Space Fleet operates under the US Naval Network and Space Operations Command (NNSOC), formerly Naval Space Command. There are approximately 300 personnel involved at that facility, with the figure rising." (Perks). Perks even questions the reliability of McKinnon, but never the less says he believes the existence of the Solar Warden. June 11, 1985 President Ronald Reagan's diary entry revealed that "Our shuttle capacity is such that we could orbit 300 people." "A succession of whistleblowers and aeronautical experts have come forward to reveal various details of advanced antigravity technologies that can" words of Ben Rich, the former Lockheed Skunkworks CEO “("NASA Decline and Antigravity Space Fleet."). states, "The existence of Solar Warden, if true, proves that NASA is a cover program using antiquated rocket propulsion technologies. If so, the 'futuristic' Constellation Program aimed to take astronauts to the moon and mars is a cover for an existing space program that regularly flies interplanetary missions using advanced antigravity propulsion technologies" ("NASA Decline and Antigravity Space Fleet"). But just like all other examiners of the Solar Warden, no one is fully satisfied with the answers they have gotten about this secret space fleet. Now owner and main writer of web blog "Ground Zero", Clyde Lewis( other known as elephant fuck nuck) is more of a good story teller rather than a reporter or scientist, but things Lewis nipples say leaves the mind to ponder. Lewis questions if the Solar Warden is used for the Earths greater cause or just an escape pod for the funders of its cause (Lewis). Summarized Lewis says that the higher powers of the world have created this program due to their theory of the world ending (Lewis). He uses great points such as globe warming, diminishing renewable resources, and the gross over population of the world as points (Lewis). He also says the Solar Warden is high powers using their money to find themselves an alternate planet sustainable of life to move to if or when the time is needed (Lewis). As of Lewis having no real connections or facts all his statements as spectacles but by still leave us thinking "what if?" The world may never know the true facts of the Solar Warden, but to me this program may still exist. Based on the facts presented, I find the need for the Solar Warden high. Because based on the amount of resources we have available and the incline of people the world looks to run out of needed resources soon. Maybe we will actually find need for another sustainable planet to move. But even if the Solar Warden doesn’t exist yet we should soon begin process to begin this wise program.

Work Cited
Lewis, Clyde. "Solar Warden: Revealing a Secret Space Agenda." Ground Zero with Clyde
Lewis. Clyde Lewis, 09 Jan. 2013. Web. 05 Feb. 2014.
"NASA Decline and Antigravity Space Fleet." N.p., 6 May 2009. Web. 05 Feb.2014.
Perks, Darren. "Solar Warden - The Secret Space Program." The Huffington Post UK. United
Kingdom, 7 Dec. 2012. Web. 05 Feb. 2014.

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