The NASA science recruiting group create lies to get children into science and maths – with a goal that is fantasy and imagination.
That seems like a worthy goal – but it’s a lie based on Disney’s space imagination.
Is it worthwhile? Does it do more good than harm?
They think so – it’s called a noble lie.
How can satellites so far up be only tuned to one country or very close to it?
Obviously because there are no satellites. We’re still dealing with long wave rf, likely from very high mast towers.
The Starlink satellite constellation now has 800 satellites in orbit and the company has now rolled out public beta testing accross the US and Canada. The “Better Than Nothing” public testing phase has now begun and Canadian users are starting to see beta testing invites. Users in the US now have the Starlink terminals, sold for US$499 (C$649), and a monthly fee of US$99 (C$129) per month. Total start up costs for a typical Canadian user are about C$800.
Allan knows NASA and SpaceX are bs, but he sees something unexplained in the sky.
Spacex and NASA are there to misdirect us from… whatever is really going on. Based on March 3rd and 4th, plus other images from other nights, plus years of research, I suspect there has been a secret space program since just after World War Two.
Well I’m pretty sure that going into space is exactly as impossible today as it was 100 years ago. This would be supported by the fact that contemporary imagery of ‘space missions’ looks fake, imagery of 10 years ago looks fake, 20 years ago still fake, i.e. all of it looks fake. The US Air Force ran the X-plane program and as soon as it started looking like they’d hit a ceiling of maximum flight altitude, they dropped space like a hot rock and NASA was formed to carry things on. If it were possible to travel to orbit, the US Air Force would by now at least have taken something heavy up there and dropped it to see what kind of mess it would make. But they haven’t.
Now, to address your above-mentioned issues of attitude control, would you like to speculate (I know, neither you or I are rocket scientists – but give it a try!) as to exactly how this would be achieved for this “GAIA satellite” hat-shaped contraption? Can you see any which is depicted (with its fancy fold-out solar panels) on ESA’s official website as follows