RabidCat on Jul 6 2007, 12:43 PM, said:
The same is true with all the other stuff that was classified. If you have a very high tech classified project, it only makes sense to let parts of the whole out to various contractors. Since there are many projects on at any time, the odds of anyone ever finding out what went to what, who the principles were, and what the project was (is) are very small. It's a primary goal of the secrecy business.
As a Russian friend (a Russian educated electronics engineer, very good, I might add) said about communist secrecy: The people working on the floor above or below you don't know what you're doing; the people working next door don't know what you're doing; the person working next to you doesn't know what you're doing, and half the time, you don't know what you're doing.
That's the way it goes. So I could have done something for Boyd Bushman. I just don't know.
I wish you lived close to me. I would take you out for beer to listen to you talk. Its good stuff.