[FPSPACE] Sabotage by US crew reportedly being studied as possible cause of Soyuz leak

JAMES E OBERG jameseoberg at comcast.net
Fri Sep 14 13:44:50 EDT 2018


If the hole was drilled in space, under weightlessness, metal shavings ejected by the drill bit will be found on the air filter in the module. They would have drifted there on air currents. Should be easy enough to examine the air filters on the closest units to the damage site. 


> On September 12, 2018 at 12:58 PM John Pike <john at globalsecurity.org> wrote:
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> 
> At 01:35 PM 9/12/2018, Peter Pesavento wrote:
> >This story is just getting more ludicrous as time proceeds.
> 
> but this precisely why monitoring rumors is important
> 
> Many Russian state controlled outlets, eg https://sputniknews.com/
> are a potpourri of news, rumors,and outright fabrications.
> One of the key elements of the Russian information management
> strategy is to create an environment in which just about
> anything might be true.
> 
> So it is interesting to see the limits of rumor-mongering, and
> explore the parameters of what might be thought to be
> believable
> 
> evidently Kommersant, a usually reliable source, has
> plausible sources who think this story would be believed
> 
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