I am Shane J. Filomena and I would like to talk to you today about the reality of exploding, defending, attacking Autons outside of our beloved Transcendence Universe.
now, we Know that we have Autons in Transcendence and some are pretty terrifying to
think of as a hostile like :
The Napper Auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=1050&d=1)
The 08U Battle auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=742&d=1)
The Kamikaze-class auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=735)
However, we have the really nice ones too .....
380P / 150P Packer auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=732&d=1)
Loot Auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=218)
Mining Auton (http://xelerus.de/index.php?s=mod&id=215)
But in the sky above our computers there possibly flies and old Soviet program :
Istrebitel Sputnikov : Истребитель Спутников
The Fighter of Satellites
Several of these vehicles were launched years ago and rested in orbit quietly as if nobody would pay attention to them since they didn't obviously do anything ...which is exactly why they had to be watched.
Now, not to be an Alarmist, I think there is plenty of good reason for the vehicles to have sat for so long : mainly, Funding to operate them.
The unknown space object was reportedly launched into space, along with a cluster of three military communication satellites which received identification names Kosmos-2496, Kosmos-2497, Kosmos-2498. The fourth object was not declared to be among the rocket cargo, so was thought to be debris from the launch and dubbed “Object 2014-28E.” But after it was spotted performing some unusual maneuvers, the US military reportedly re-classified it as a satellite.
The Financial Times was the first to report on the mysterious object presumably being a “Russian satellite killer.” The UK international daily said the object is now being tracked by the US military under the NORAD designation 39765 and claimed that the secrecy around it caused “fears over the revival of a defunct Kremlin project to destroy satellites.”
However, while in the 1960s the USSR’s anti-satellite system, or ASAT, could have been more about potentially approaching “enemy” satellites to destroy them, in the modern world stealing or interfering with other countries’ data might be an even more powerful weapon, as not only governments but common people have become dependent on satellites, using them for basic daily needs, such as communication and navigation.
But… “you don’t need to shoot a satellite into space to ‘cyber-jam’ other satellites. Just look at the Chinese. They just hacked US weather systems without launching their own satellites – and did so right here from the ground. And destroying a satellite would create so much debris that ‘it would affect your own satellites’ surveillance and achieve a null goal,’” the Washington Post wrote, citing a space security expert Patricia Lewis, who also said she “had no idea” what the object in question was.
With other speculation varying from refueling and repair missions to overriding and data interception, the less alarmist versions did not really make the headlines. However most publications admit it could be an innocuous mission to test a new space engine or method of clearing space debris.
“I think this issue is more about space debris and space debris removal than anything else. At the moment there is a huge problem – and a growing problem – with space debris and there are efforts now to contain the problem. There are about 20,000 objects over 10 centimeters [4 inches] in size in low Earth orbit and certainly this looks like another way of treating the problem,” space exploration expert Colin Philp.
So, what do you think ?