Riddle me this; 10 Simple questions for any NASA fan

Here is the video from two days ago when three new astronauts apparently went up into the atmosphere and connected with the ISS. After you have watched it, I want to pose a few questions.

One: What in the world happens with the video feed at the 55 second mark? It seemed to skip.

Two: Why does the smoke trail at only 1:25 minutes in actually show the rocked coming back down?

Three: At 1:50 minutes, the announcer suggests that it is only an 8 minute climb into orbit. In order to obtain an orbit we are allegedly supposed to be in the thermosphere at least. That is basically to say that within 8 minutes you will have traveled a total of 250+ miles. You would literally have to be traveling at a speed of 1,500 miles an hour to make it a total of 250 miles in 10 minutes, let alone 8. Please tell me what human being can withstand that level of G-Force and live?

Four: At 2 minutes in, the rocket is literally coming back down. It is literally returning. It went up, arched, and is now facing the opposing direction. Please explain to me how that works?

Five: This dude at 2:51 minutes in literally just said that the rocket is traveling at more than 3,300 miles per hour. You know… because, you wouldn’t black out or anything. How outrageous do they honestly have to be? (my favorite part of this statement is the fact that the very next shot is from inside the rocket, showing a still conscious group of people). You know, because that’s real.

Six: At 3:45 minutes in they are traveling at more than 4,700 miles per hour. They are literally still inside the atmosphere, traveling at more than 1.3 miles per second and have the audacity to wave and smile at the camera? I am pretty sure I would be pinned to my seat.

Seven: With number six in mind, what type of camera mount are they using? With that type of G-Force and speed, wouldn’t the camera be rattling so hard it would be tough making out the occupants inside the rocket?

Eight: at 4 minutes in the crew knows that they are being talked about. You can tell, because they start pretending to be busy. Reading some notes… using a stick to press buttons on a control panel. First off, the rocket is remotely controlled… and second, if I can get motion sickness from reading while riding in a car going 70 miles an hour… please explain his lack of a migraine while reading at 4,000+ miles an hour? At this stage the rocket is still in the atmosphere. It would be rattling like madness (just going to read a paper, like a boss. No big deal).

Nine: The guy literally got done pressing buttons as soon as the scene was over. He knew that the scene was cutting. Right as they are cutting the scene they are done pretending to do things.

Ten: They literally cut the shot to a cartoon at just over 4 minutes in. A freaking cartoon, people. It… Is… FAKE!!!

With all 10 of these comments “now posed” regarding the most recent docking to the ISS carrying a human payload, by all means, please rationally and logically explain away each one.

I’m waiting…

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No Satellites in orbit? Flat Earth? What is all of this?

Okay, so I have personally decided that for the most part NASA is a joke. Most of their photos are clearly edited and there has even been legitimate documentation of verbal proof telling that NASA does digitally generate its photos of the Earth from space. This is fact. But does that mean that every single detail of NASA is false? I don’t know. There are a lot of people that claim there is nothing true about NASA. No moon, no ISS, no satellites in space orbit. With that said, we don’t have a single photo of the earth from space. All of the images are digital composites. They are not real. So, here’s the thing. Since there is this mounting debate regarding the ISS and whether or not if it is in fact in orbit, I decided to do a little digging of my own and as a result only have one question I was hoping to have answered by someone, anyone. These flat earthers suggest that there are no manmade objects in orbit. So, on my own I type in satellite in orbit into google images.  Oddly enough, there are no actual photos of one of these objects in space. Instead all I get are these fake CGI photos.

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With that in mind, I kept digging. If there are something like 20k of these things in orbit, surely there is an actual photo taken by an amateur photographer/astronomer. If they are up there we would have photos, right? Well, after looking deeper I came across these images of the algid manmade objects in orbit. For many people this will be proof enough. Here are the real photos I was looking for after all, right? End of the story. But honestly, this isn’t good enough for me.

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And here is why; You are telling me that an amateur astronomer can take a detailed photo with his telescope of planets like Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn from that great of a distance. And yet, that same telescope can’t capture a high resolution image of a satellite only about 300 to 400 miles away? There is something wrong with that logic.

Now, I am not saying that the flat earthers and the anti-NASA movement is right. All I am saying is this; if an amateur astronomer can take decent quality images of an object  576,682,810 miles away, why are these satellite images so poor when these objects are only about 400 miles away? Now, some people may suggest that the object is moving too fast and you can’t get a clear shot of it because it is in motion. I can agree with that, yes. But at the same time… with the video qualities we have developed for the amateurs of the world, surely there are some decent photos of the ISS from Earth taken by an average person like you and me that are without question real. I am posting this blog not to say that the ISS and the satellites are fake. I am posting this in hopes that someone will provide me photo evidence outside of just these crappy grainy questionable specs on a black surface.

And if you read this and have questions to… I ask that you do the same. Go get me that picture! I want to see it and put this thing to rest.