Large networks are compartmentalised. Peter does not know what Paul is doing yet they can work for the same firm.Cisse's Overheating Torso wrote:
Crossed wires here. This is not a point about science, its about human motivations and the ability to keep secrets in large networks.
Just to give you an inkling. Peter gets told that the circuit board he's soldering is part of the ignition system for a shuttle/rocket/satellite/mars rover or a nuclear warhead. He gets told that what he's doing is top secret. Paul is also soldering a circuit board in another part of the factory or a similar factory 50 miles away. He's told that his circuit is part of the system for the LHC and he's also under the official secrets act.
Imagine this throughout and yet they all might be making circuitry for play station or whatever.
I've just gave a very basic thought for that but can you see how easy it is for people to believe they're part of something and yet know nothing in reality.
Those same people will brag in later life as to how they were an integral cog in the space machine or whatever they were - or thought they were part of.
Reasons are many I suppose. Control is one from those at the top. Money is a powerful weapon for the puppets in the middle. And those at the bottom of the ladder, know nothing, other than to shut up and do what they're paid to do and not to question. It's fairly simply when you think about it.Cisse's Overheating Torso wrote:I mean there has to be a good reason why a large group of people are motivated to start and maintain the cover up. Not scientific (or psuedo) logic to theorise the cover up, but the reason for the cover up in the first place.
We're all under it in some way.
Those who benefit are those that control the masses. To control the masses you must have something to control them with. Money controls the masses.Cisse's Overheating Torso wrote:Ie who benefits and how to making up the moon + space + gravity + the standard model + Newtonian dynamics etc