I have been requested by Billco via PM that I relay a message to this forum, which I guess the easiest way to do is quote it in full.
"I don't have a voice in the other forum you frequent so I hope you don't mind a PM from this one.
I have never worked directly for NASA, I was however, whilst working for IBM UK, seconded to a project which was involved with the manufacture of a test fixture used to build the External Tank. Prior to building each tank the jig dimensions are assessed to very tight tolerances. My part was to design a microprocessor controller used to extract, interpret and comminicate data (about the jig) to a mainframe system. This was one of the last improvements made after the Jan 1986 Challenger Disaster. I have learned since that this equipment is now also used to finely check the tolerances of the SRB's after they are recovered from the ocean. The impact velocity of around 90ft /sec and the elevated temperature, neccessitate considerable tolerance checking. If I gave the impression that I had actually worked for NASA it was not intended.
For the majority of my [pre-IBM] working life I was a Radio Physicist involved with Radio-telescopes, Radar, and Missile control systems.
Time Domain Radiospectrology is not a recognised science, it was infact a name coined by a colleague of mine to baffle visitors to our laboratory. We simply used to have a private wager on whether any visitor might actually challenge the phrase, non ever did. I should not have used it on the unsuspecting and apologise for mis-leading you.
Kind Regards, Billco."
So, I have offered the hand of reconsiliation to him - and whatever has been said in the past, remains in the past, and we start afresh. Who knows, might be the start of an alliance between AI and TSF - we go there when we need our questions answered, and they come here for....um......the history of astrology in religion?