No, it doesn’t mean the earth is flat.
Simon emerges to highlight this (9/11 numerology) sat story:
and that’s when you said that those “Geostationary sats” (which, as you know, supposedly hover at, we are told, 36,000km / or 22,000 miles above Earth’s equator) have to be “stopped” as they arrive at said altitude. Well, they don’t exactly have to be “stopped” – but more absurdly still, they have to be “braked” from their initial ‘escape velocity’ of 27,000 km/h – to their “Geostationary” orbital speed of about 11,000km/h. Let me explain:
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Hoi and Head floss (his father!) talk about the great satellite hoax, and all the goes with disrupting one’s ingrained beliefs.
More proof the nuclear industry is as fake as the space program. So fake that they work together.
Sad that my tax dollars are being shot up in smoke in so many more ways.
Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) plant in Clarington could soon play a role in fuelling NASA spacecraft.OPG has announced that it plans to work with venture arm Canadian Nuclear Partners, to produce plutonium isotopes to help power deep space exploration.
OPG spokesperson Neal Kelly says there is major demand for plutonium-238 as the global supply dwindles.
“The supply of isotopes is down, much of the previous supply was created by the U.S. nuclear program, which has stopped production,” he explained.
Plutonium-238 is a byproduct of plutonium-239, an isotope used to make nuclear weapons.
They’re also involved in the medical industry to produce their witch’s brew of chemical poison.
OPG already uses a similar isotope process at its Pickering location, to create Cobalt 60 for use in the sterilization of surgical and medical supplies.
Update: Simon weighs in and adds this cartoon.