NASA gets more than $17 billion each year in annual funding. That translates into about $30 million from Denver taxpayers and $245 million from Colorado taxpayers. A significant portion of that is used to “Look for signs of life in other planetary systems” – one of the NASA objectives previously stated on its web site.
NASA’s web site has also stated “we are honest and ethical in all that we do”. And yet, NASA requests and allocates funding to “look for signs of life in other planetary systems”, while at the same time hiding, destroying or altering evidence of “signs of life” that it has already found.
McKinnon’s discovery has helped unveil not only possible fraud at NASA, but also the pathetic cyber-security in the U.S. also costing billions of dollars. The Obama administration is expected to implement another $15 billion in cyber-security upgrades. McKinnon could save the U.S. billions of dollars by exposing fraud while assisting in cyber-security upgrades.