Trump, returning to the moon, and more

So, basically there is a lot of hype right now over the US going back to the moon under the Trump administration (or at least gearing up for it). One the many places this topic is catching buzz is on NPR, of course. And, like the exciting adult that I am I had to read the NPR article about this overly dramatized topic that seems to surface every few years.

If any president is going to make it happen, surely Trump will get us back to the moon.

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But, rather than focus on the hype of returning to the moon, I found my focus on something that was merely brushed over in the NPR article (highlighted in red above).

The idea of redirecting an object so that it orbits the moon received negative reviews from the space community?

I wonder why…

It wouldn’t happen to be the fact that it was an impossible goal (not that it would have been hard to achieve, but rather unmanageable within the scope of actual reality).

With that, I propose something to the scientists of this world that still cling to the Copernican Principle as an absolute truth. If gravity, relativity, and velocity generate an orbit according to the masses of two opposing objects in the vacuum of space as we are led to believe… then let’s send out an object to orbit the moon large enough to see with the unaided eye, thus… proving gravity, and much of the content that is currently taught as truth today (all be it still just speculative theory).

And that, my friends, is why this asteroid moon orbit mission received negative reviews from the space community. Because, they would essentially have to prove something that today is still mere speculative theory founded on the backs of only a handful of men.

If an orbit truly can occur, and space really is what we are led to believe via artist rendering after artist rendering, then prove it by sending out something to orbit the moon that the entire world can see from their back porch.

You want to inspire space exploration like Trump is claiming to desire, then that would be the way to do it.

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But, who are we kidding… I am the ignorant one who doesn’t think space is real, remember. Leave the real proof to artist illustrators like NASA employee R. Hurt (now there is some real proof. Talk about art that inspires a generation to explore; those brush strokes… that photoshop highlight… Mmmmhhhh).

What a joke. Space is fake.

And if you don’t believe me, just scroll back up and take a good hard look at Trump and that astronaut. Literally take a long hard look at it.

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NASA, putting it in our faces on purpose

Other than the fact that the Firmamentum website is literally something out of 1998, like Xanga… but worse, I find it rather humorous that NASA has chosen to name this newfangled device the Firmamentum.

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But, aside from the other fact that this new overpriced autoclave that NASA is having made, I want to point out something else. I freaking love the name of the company they are hiring to make this thing. Tethers Unlimited apparently has a few contracts with NASA according to their website.

If you don’t already understand the irony in both the company name and the product name, then please… let me spell it out for you. They aren’t being suspended by gravity in the vacuum of space. No, they are being tethered. HHhhaaaahhahahaha…

The international space station is being “tethered” (or hung by a rope or wire) from the firmament.

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Pslams 19:1The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.

And lastly, if you are a NASA fan and don’t know who Wernher Von Braun is, then I think it’s about time you just go ahead and throw that pop culture NASA shirt in the trash.

Space is fake.

Earth waves? More like fake images!!!

This Washington Post article talking about the alleged hum of the earth had my interest. Before I even took the time to actually read the article (something I still have not done), the NASA/Getty Image grabbed my attention even more. With that, I dropped the alleged image into photoshop and adjusted the opacity.

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And what do you know…

It isn’t an actual photo, as to be expected. It is a composite (or in other words, a drawing). With that, I decided to take a look at what exactly a “Getty Image” actually is.

It is basically a shutterstock company. Well, what do you know… good ol’ NASA partnering with an stock image provider to produce images of the earth rather than showing us a real image taken from an alleged real geostationary satellite.

How incompetent do you really have to be to still be buying anything any of these space agencies claim?

All they ever produce are artist illustrations. And in this case, NASA isn’t even the one that produced it. They hired a stock image website to do it for them.

Space is fake.

Snow in central Texas… signs of the times

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I haven’t seen this much snow since I was on tour and like three foot of snow fell over night in Ohio, causing a few of my tour dates to cancel. Regardless, we made the best of the canceled shows by spending time playing in the snow. With that, this was no different.

The times, and the weather… they are a changin’.

 

The Washington Post bashes SpaceX

This Washington Post article, written by Christian Davenport perfectly sums up how I feel about SpaceX. I think the best way to put it is as follows;

I couldn’t have said it better, myself.”

First… as per the space exploration requirement, we must first cue in the “artist illustration”. What space related article would be complete without one, right?

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I could spend the rest of this post ranting about my own opinion, you know… loads of government grants, wasted funds, outlandish nonsensical expectations, artist renderings rather than real results, missed deadline after missed deadline, and so on.

But, honestly I just recommend you go read the article that Christian presents us via the Washington Post.

It made me smile.

Space is fake, weather Christian Davenport realizes it or not.