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.

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Voyager 1 fires off for the first time in 37 years

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Now, let us totally set aside the fact that, “yet again”, all we are presented are meager artist illustrations and nothing more. Let’s look a little deeper, shall we? But first, where exactly is the Voyager 1 located? And, since we have nothing else, let’s look at another drawing instead of actual proof for how far away this man made object is.

The craft is allegedly about to exit what is known as the heliosphere, thus entering true deep space out beyond our solar system. The heliosphere is the bubble-like region of space dominated by the Sun, which extends far beyond the orbit of Pluto. The outer region of this is known as the heliosheath. Apparently, the mass of our sun creates a gravitational pull that keeps the planets in place. But, for some reason has an opposite affect when it comes to thisbubble that protects our system from the bombardment of things outside of it. You know, because gravity not only pulls, it pushes too somehow… lol, what a joke.

Anyway, moving on.

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All of that is beside the point.

The real question here is this… if you leave a truck in the garage for 36 years without cranking it up, do you honestly think it is going to start on year 37 when you finally decide to climb in it and give the key a turn? Just be honest with yourself… do you really think it would?

But… the voyager has solar panels, dumb-dumb”.

You know what, you’re right. How silly of me.

Let’s do an experiment. Let’s attach solar panels to a car, leave the car in the street untouched for 37 years (oh, and the sun needs to be 11.7 billion miles farther away than normal). Then, we’ll get in the car after all that time and see if she fires off.

I have my doubts it would work.

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And one of the primary reasons I look at the idea of Voyager 1 “firing off” after all this time and laugh, isn’t the timing, the distance, or the age. No, it’s the fact that you need oxygen to create a spark.

And guess what…

That is the one thing that does not exist in the vacuum of space. No offense, but this is rubbish. You are being presented cartoons, because that is all this is. Material things decay over time. There is no physical possibility that this man made object would crank after 37 years without being active. Let alone the idea that we are to believe that humans are controlling it from more than 11.7 billion miles away via wireless signal.

I can’t even step five foot out of my home without losing the wi-fi signal on my phone. If our wireless capabilities really are that epic according to NASA, then why in the world do I even pay a data plan with my cell provider? I should be able to lock onto my home signal for miles and miles.

How delusional do you honestly have to be?

Space is fake. Just look at the cartoons you are being fed. But, don’t ask me. I am clearly the one who is ignorant.

And lastly… let us pretend for a moment that the Voyager is actually where we are told. And let us pretend that it did indeed fire off. The vacuum of space is empty. There is nothing there. With that, if Voyager did actually fire off and there is nothing there for it to push against when firing off (like an atmosphere, water, of the ground for example), then what propels it forward? It has nothing to push against to help it propel forward, remember.

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For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you push against nothing, nothing is going to happen.

Space is fake.

Science has no foundation in religion, I promise

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As usual, let us totally forget the fact that this is an artist illustration and move on.

On one hand we have people like this guy telling us that this rock careening through the vacuum of space is 3 miles wide while at the same time having a header that claims it is only 1 mile wide (But, that is beside the point). Or, what about the fact that… as usual, science (which is supposedly not rooted in religion) has chosen to go with a Greek mythology god when naming this thing.

3200 Phaethon, provisional designation 1983 TB, is an Apollo asteroid with an unusual orbit that brings it closer to the Sun than any other named asteroid. For this reason, it was named after the Greek myth of Phaëton, son of the sun god Helios.

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I am sorry, but there comes a point when we need to realize the truth. As much as modern men want us to believe that science separates itself from religion, this is a lie. Scientism is the new one world religion that has fooled everyone into thinking that the desire for knowledge is in fact not the root of Satan’s promise to Adam and Eve in the garden in the first place.

The funny thing about it today is the fact that it is put right in your face with the way that these “objects” are being named.

Jude 1:13 – Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.

But hey… what do I know, right? I am clearly just ignorant.

NASA – Net Allocation Sorely Abused

When I woke up this morning and saw that this mess was on the top 3 for today’s headlines in science I just had to chime in. This is ridiculous. Then again, maybe it isn’t when you consider all the facts. Last night astronauts filmed a “trick video” using a fidget spinner on the ISS.

With that said, let’s take a look at the facts. I can’t help but wonder how much it cost to get that fidget spinner up there in the first place. Not to mention the fact that it is a “custom” fidget spinner (so, there was already some money spent there). Depending on what method was used, the cost per pound for NASA to send anything to the International Space Station is pretty ridiculous. It can cost anywhere from $2,000 per pound or as high as $13,000 per pound. Needless to say, getting cargo to the crew is expensive.

From what I could find on the web, the average “custom” fidget spinner weighs about 70 grams. So, let’s do the math.

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If you think I am making those numbers up, then here is a 2016 Business Insider article that covers some of those allocated costs for any given trip to the ISS. The cost for sending things into space is preposterous.

Setting all of this aside, let’s be generous here and give good ol’ NASA the benefit of the doubt. Let’s assume that since the fidget spinner is custom, it cost $20 while also going with the lowest possible cargo cost. Up front, this little “trick video” cost $350 right out of the gate (and again, that is being generous).

Part of me wants to get aggravated at this, but then again… we need to review all of the facts, remember?

So… with that, I can’t help but ask what the purpose of a fidget spinner might be. This Live Science article from August of 2017 hit the nail right on the head. Here is a quote from that article.

There’s no doubt that toys that allow kids to fidget can benefit kids with autism. Occupational therapists often use sensory toys like tactile discs, Koosh balls and even putties or clays to soothe kids who have sensory-processing issues. Similarly, research has shown that movement can help kids with ADHD to focus. 

Maybe the title of my post is wrong. Maybe, just maybe… it was money well spent after all. Because let’s face it, you never actually see any real science taking place on the ISS. It’s always just them doing flips, spinning their microphone, or flying. Maybe NASA sent that fidget spinner for a reason (to help these kids focus and get back on task).

But seriously though, space is fake and it doesn’t cost a dime to send anything up there. All of those cargo costs is just one way for the government to funnel massive lumps of money.

Because, at the end of it all this isn’t about 350 dollars. It is about 1.5 billion dollars per cargo shipment (which includes every time we send man as part of that cargo shipment).

But, who are we kidding… I am ignorant. Don’t listen to me.

SpaceX: more like FakeX

I’m sorry, but SpaceX is a joke.

Yesterday evening and into the night they launched yet again another SAT into geostationary orbit. Good for them. I have watched every single launch. And when I have had the opportunity I have watched them live. And sadly, I am surprised to see that more people are not realizing that it is all a bunch of nonsense. This company is using sleight of hand to trick people into thinking they are doing something they are not. Every single launch they have done shows the exact same type of footage to the letter. When the reusable capsule rocket ascends for landing the camera goes out (either in total or just long enough to disrupt the landing sequence). When the SAT is released and opens up it is only shown for a split second with an excited crowd cheering in the audio background noise. The shot is just long enough that you don’t see anything at all.

It is all a joke.

And if you think I am just full of it, look at the following launch images from SpaceX and ask yourself, do you honestly see these images and think to yourself that these rockets left the atmosphere?

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I think not. They launch up, reach roughly 20 miles high and then careen downward (not up and away, but rather; around and down). If you look at those shots and can honestly tell yourself that these rockets reached beyond the exosphere then you are in denial. That arch is literally taking place in the stratosphere, people.

And all I can say to that is this;

2 Peter 3:2-7That ye may be mindful of the words which were spoken before by the holy prophets, and of the commandment of us the apostles of the Lord and Saviour: Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation. For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.

But, don’t take my word for it. Just ask good ol’ Bill what he thinks.

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The earth goes missing on a spacewalk

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Just wanted to pose one quick little question. What happened to the earth in the sequence of shots taken from 3, 4, and 5 from the second camera angel in the following video?

The earth just vanished.

Not to mention the fact that you can tell that the astronaut is in front of a transparency during the movement he makes in the second camera shot. And also, why is it that during the sequence taking place from shots 3 though 5 we see a pulsating affect happening as the object crosses the path of total darkness?

And if your answer to this question is that it is simply the camera angel, then why is it that the shots taken from the second camera don’t appear to reveal earth shine against the ISS? For those of you that aren’t in the know, earth shine is the glow caused by sunlight reflected off the earth.

Anyway, I am probably just being silly… or then again, probably not.