Augmented reality then and now

So… Google is finally bringing augmented reality functionality to Chrome for those of you that seem to think something like that is useful. And, of course… you can’t help but see the irony in the fact that they chose (of all things) an astronaut for public demonstration.

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Quote: “The unique power of AR is to blend digital content with the real world. So we can, for example, surf the web, find a model, place it in our room to see just how large it truly is, and physically walk around it.”

That one time Don Pettit’s coffee came out of the bag on the ISS.

Seems legit… green screen?

I don’t know about you, but just like with most things, it seems to me like the powers that be have had access to this sort of thing for while now. And it is just now reaching the general public. With that said, there is coming a day when the deception will be so strong that no one, and I mean no one… will be able to tell the difference.

2 Thessalonians 2:7-12For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way. And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming: Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wondersAnd with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

It’s coming, people.

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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.

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.

Space illustration to the rescue!!!

Well, as usually… let’s leave it to the space artists to tell us what is actually going on above us.

Or better yet, these scientific “renderings” that clearly show a spec, which explains that massive rock art above.

Same fake nonsense. Just a different day.

Just going to leave these layers here…

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Yeah, you know… because these “3D renderings” of our solar system don’t explain away the fact that anything presented to us from beyond the stratosphere isn’t actually just a drawing rather than a photograph from things like the Hubble.

What a joke.

My question to add to this is the following; how can a normal Joe-Blow like myself get access to things like the MOLA or the MEDGR’s?

Seems legit. Could it just be… that space is a cartoon… just maybe?

Latest from the imaginations of space

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The only limit to human future is our own imaginations.” – Don Pettit

Now, I realize that I have used the above little quote from Don Pettit a few times when writing blog posts about space. But, I just find it too ironic to not come back to time and time again. Above, we have Don, in reference to space exploration, explaining that the only limitations is our imagination. He doesn’t say “willpower“, or “intelligence“, or “ambition to succeed“, or “technological achievements“. No, he chose to use the word “imagination“.

The only thing keeping us from reaching further into space is our imagination. It is our “imagination” that can take us “anywhere“!

With that said… let’s take a moment to review the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA for their latest news from space.

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This is an illustration.
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All of these are also illustrations.
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All of these are also illustration in case you didn’t notice.
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Would you look at that… more artist illustrations.

Just for the sake of assuming there are some of you that may not understand where I am going with this post, I will spell it out for you. Every single article for the last two months posted under the JPL of NASA are supported by the “imaginations” of an artist illustrator. If you go take a look for yourself, you will more than likely find that only 1 in 10 articles on that website are data driver rather than imagination driven. And even then, if 9 out of 10 are fake… who is to say that the data isn’t also fake?

But hey, don’t take my word for it. I am clearly just an ignorant blogger and nothing more. Popular Science Magazine on the other hand… they might know what they’re talking about. These guys admit that the best jobs in science belong to the people that get paid to have an imagination by turning raw data into art.

That is all that space is, people… an artist’s imagination. And people like Don Pettit know this.

Space is fake.