Perhaps I don’t expect them to do so in 2+ hours, I was born in 1967 and I just found that video, so it’s 48 years old.
I saw the original footage by the way, there was only a few hours that I missed during the live streaming of the event.
Yeah, mhh, I was 2 years old then and I still remember it.
I had a broken leg over 1.5 years before and I don’t remember it.
I had to see photos from the hospital with my legs in a case to know.
It’s also more for the scientific benefit of the user.
They can also see how much people try to make pure science seem to be a hoax, who knows why.
Perhaps they themselves don’t even know why, or it’s some subconscious idea given or suggested to them by others, which they lost control over.
By the way, the truth about something is not a hoax.
Those are 2 diametrically opposite things, and direct enemies to one another.
It also shows the culture of discrediting others to gain credit from it, even though the attempt is done without knowing, and in false hopes.
I am sure that there also must be true scientific facts and reasons as to why such entities would think that way or try to support this or administer it.
They may eventually lose the benefit which science could bring them.
I could not agree with this philosophy since even 2 of my houses were earned from scientific methods, not by trying to discredit good scientific facts.
I don’t think I would go very far with that if I was to cause this to parties like me.
They must know that the damage they try to cause won’t be something they don’t have to pay back , and they won’t be able to get away with it.
It’s sad because the military has to use a lot of science to achieve the security levels of reliability and trust that they need to be able to do something as good and efficient for public safety.
Very often in science, information is not so much about taking advantage of info which others don’t have, rather than to inform them, for what they can learn.
This, instead of or compared to withholding information, to try to take advantage of the same fact, repeatedly.
It’s more exploitative than positive or beneficial.
I know a lot of systems like that, and quite frankly, they are not the best, and the moral is problematic.
It would create life endangering situation to the astronauts or cosmonauts.
It forces them to have to do extra work which has to be transferred to their co-workers later .
Trying to marginalize scientists like astronauts isn’t going to work either for the same reasons above.
It would create those trying to problems, or, it would create problems to those trying to, because it would interfere against the source of valid information which they could use, for good security and moral reasons and causes.