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Re: Satellite Hoax - Satellites Do Not Exist!

Post by vortexkitten on Mon Jan 25, 2016 11:03 am

NASA & EU (Copernicus) launch Jason-3 on a Falcon 911 for Ocean Surface Topography Data
Fake it till you make it…

Brilliant and funny post vortexpuppy!!!

I was looking at the SpaceSeX Webshite, their careers page is jammed packed with exciting Job Postions:
here's one:
Director of Launch Operations at SLC-4, Vandenberg
it reads one of your main Responsibilities: May include "ACTING" as a Launch Director for SpaceX launches. Twisted Evil

Just noticed they have an online shop selling stuff as well, shameless:-)
SpaceX Shop

YouTube: SpaceX - NOT Falcon 9 Launch and successful On-Shore Landing
What strikes me here is that they have imported a brand new generation of paid cheerers!!! They look like a Facebook Event "Rent a Crowd" or the folks that wait for days outside an Apple Store just to be the first to buy the new phone or a Participants at a Google Seminar. WTF. Cool

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Mathematical proof that geostationary satellites, or any other type of satellite, are impossible

Post by pikatchum on Mon Jan 25, 2016 11:11 am

This is about the MATHEMATICAL impossibility of geostationary and geosynchronous satellites. And it leads to very critical conclusions (not beliefs).
At university, I learned to solve many problems based on gravity and centripetal force (the force to exert on an object to make it go 'round', in short). So I know what I'm talking about, but you can check it out with anyone with a basic training in physics.

For a satellite to stay at the same altitude without fuel, the centripetal force must be provided by gravity pull, hence gravity = centripetal force (see article below), which gives an altitude of 35,000 kms. Btw, no need to say they could have taken a non-photoshopped non-eye-fished picture of the Earth from there by now, we're still waiting on that one.
However, in mathematics, x=y, means that if x changes by 0,0001%, the balance between those two forces is broken. In short, move a geostationary satellite by ONE MILLIMETRE up or down, the Earth gravity will take it back to the ground, or it will be ejected in space. How they can position those satellites with mathematical perfection is a mystery honestly, but let's assume they can.

Here's the problem... there are other forces at play on a geostationary satellite, which will move the satellite by one millimetre in various directions 24x7 ...
For instance, the gravity of the sun and moon, which also acts on satellites, the rotation of the earth around the sun, the rotation of the solar system in the galaxy. The moon can lift oceans according to delusional scientists, so it will surely pull satellites as well, even a bit, but it's not even taken into account in the equations because it's impossible to do since the moon moves all the time, so the gravity force exerted by the moon will vary at every second, and the equation would have no solution. Same for the sun.
So, it is a mathematical impossibility to have anything geostationary. There's nothing that globe earthers can say about this.

So, why do they say we have geostationary satellites?

Easy. To convince us that gravity works, is real, that the Earth is a globe rotating on itself, perpetuating the lie of globe earth. Also, to scam corporations to pay a fortune for satellite communications when it can (and is) actually done through cheap base stations.
It's the same scam as skimming hundreds of billions from humanity through space agencies fake missions, shuttles etc, or the IRS sucking americans of personal income taxes when the Constitution says it's forbidden. Yet, look at them all paying their taxes and accepting their houses being sized if they refuse to pay. But I digress.

Finally, you can't cool down anything in space because you can't exchange heat with empty space. This also cannot be contested. Cosmonauts on the Moon should have fried in a matter of hours, actually fried even before reaching the moon.
So, anything above the atmosphere will heat up constantly, and will NOT cool down even when it's in the shadow of the Earth. See the problem? Electronics stops working above about 125˚C only.
See this article saying electronic components used in the Moon mission were tested at 125˚C.
Imagine being in an aluminum box 24x7 in the heat of afternoon sun, without never cooling down... That's what the cosmonautes supposedly endured for days. Wahaha, what a JOKE!

Maybe that's why we never see those 2,000 or 20,000 (hard to get a number) satellites when Nasa takes pictures of the Earth? They could brush out some colors etc, but brushing out hundreds of satellites would be a waste of time and nonsensical.

All satellites look like another gross hoax.
You believe that the gps signal comes from 300 geosynchronous satellites or so, but, then, why is it that there is no gps signal at the border of USA, at Tijuana? Kinda weird huh? Maybe because the USA doesn't share their radio towers with Mexico?

Big countries have their own space programs to also steal billions of tax payers' money, all these thiefs are in it together.

In fact, the ONLY way we could have satellites, would be on a flat non rotating Earth, without the law of gravity, so they could be in the atmosphere and not melt from the sun energy. Believing in satellites means believing in FE. That's a delicious irony, isn't it?

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No Molecules of Matter in Outer Space, then explain this...

Post by Meister on Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:54 am

Ok, so Blue Ballers claim "molicules of matter do not exist in space".

I have searched for many answers on the subject and come across this one more often I suppose making this the real Slim Shady, maybe not but it's about the result, not the story. The reason why the article is because I cannot see how they claim the sun would be 92 500 000 Miles away when "our shuttles" and astroNOTS remain un-scorched in outer space but here on earth, life is peachy for we have an Atmosphere (actually, an AtmosPlane) . If they're theory of "No Molecules of Matter in Space" exists which I suppose could make sense regarding the temperatures that SSI Station and shuttles and NOTS would have to endure against extreme heat... coming all the way from 92 500 000 Miles away... Say that 10 times fast! Ludicrous, how stupid do they think we are? Actually many of us are super stupid if we have actually believed what we were taught for so many years and many people will still not believe even if they are knocked with the truth in their face!!! Luckily, we are not so...

So, back to my Molecule in Outer Space subject. If there are no Molecules in Outer Space, then why, oh why do they claim that we have satellites which transmits and receives signals almost 60 000 Miles away which caters for many things including Satellite TV, GPS's, etc... and all in realtime... No need to wait for that signal bouncing back through eons of time through "Non-Molecular" space which cannot carry temperature molecules but certainly can carry out the latest American Idol signal show right here in South Africa at exactly 8:00PM on a Sunday Evening...

Ok, so, I actually haven't found a straightforward answer or plausible explanation regarding why the sun's rays are not carried through space and affects outer space...etc. Maybe space is a time machine and the rays are broken up by the sun and then travels through "molecular-less space" and reconstructs itself once it reaches our atmosphere... That is a joke by the way...and a sad one but they could sell that theory to any hobo who lives on the street and everyone would believe it coming from a scientist..

So, do Satellites exist in Space? If that half ass explanations I keep getting about the sun's rays are true then this almost proves no satellites in space! Regardless though, there is enough evidence to prove that there are no satellites, but I just found the above argument fun and interesting.

All the best to ALL on IFERS - Till NeXT Time - Meister


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Re: Satellite Hoax - Satellites Do Not Exist!

Post by vortexkitten on Sat Mar 05, 2016 2:45 pm

SpaceSeX Falcon 9 blasts off successfully but crash lands  ( how convenient )

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket delivered a commercial communications satellite to orbit Friday evening, blasting off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station just after a striking sunset on the mission’s fifth try in ten days.


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Re: Satellite Hoax - Satellites Do Not Exist!

Post by Schpankme on Tue Mar 29, 2016 5:59 pm

SATELLITES were created by Science Fiction writer, Arthur C Clarke

In February 1945 Clarke starts circulating copies his letter to the editor of Wireless World magazine, which proposes using "space satellites" for "global communications".  By October 1945 Clarke follows up with with an article in Wireless World titled, “Extra-Terrestrial Relays: Can Rocket Stations Give World-wide Radio Coverage?” This paper discusses "using German V-2 Rocket technology" to launch satellites into low Earth orbit.

Arthur C Clarke was best known as a science-fiction author, penning such classics as 2001 A Space Odyssey, and Childhood’s End.

Historical Time-line:

  • 1945, Clarke through his science fiction writing invents global communication satellites.
  • 1957, First satellite was heard communicating from low earth orbit, this cold war creation called Sputnik, launched by the USSR (red menace).
  • 1962, Telstar satellite joint venture is launched, this multi-national agreement between AT&T (USA), Bell Telephone Laboratories (USA), NASA (USA), GPO (United Kingdom) and the National PTT (France) to sell television, telephone, and fax service communications over the Atlantic Ocean".
  • To date, The Goddard Space Flight Center's lists 2,271 satellites currently in orbit. Russia has the most satellites currently in orbit, with 1,324 satellites, followed by the U.S. with 658.

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Re: Satellite Hoax - Satellites Do Not Exist!

Post by susie on Sun May 29, 2016 1:34 am

Facebook and Microsoft laying giant undersea cable across the middle of the Atlantic

Dubbed MAREA—Spanish for “tide”—this giant underwater cable will stretch from Virginia to Bilbao, Spain, shuttling digital data across 6,600 kilometers of ocean. Providing up to 160 terabits per second of bandwidth—about 16 million times the bandwidth of your home Internet connection—it will allow the two tech titans to more efficiently move enormous amounts of information between the many computer data centers and network hubs that underpin their popular online services.

“If you look at the cable systems across the Atlantic, a majority land in the Northeast somewhere,” says Najam Ahmad, Facebook’s vice president of network engineering. “This gives us so many more options.”

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The project expands the increasingly enormous computer networks now being built by the giants of the Internet as they assume a role traditionally played by telecom companies. Google has invested in two undersea cables that stretch from the West Coast of the United States to Japan, another that connects the US and Brazil, and a network of cables that connect various parts of Asia. Rather than just leasing bandwidth on undersea cables and terrestrial connections operated by telecoms, the likes of Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are building their own networking infrastructure both on land and across the seas.

The fact that these Internet giants are laying their own cables—at their own expense—shows just how much data these giants must move. Consider the services they run: Google offers its eponymous search engine, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Maps, and so many more. Microsoft offers Bing, Office365, and its Azure cloud services. Facebook has its social network along with Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram. The data moved by just a few online giants now dwarfs that of most others, so much so that, according to telecommunications research firm Telegeography, more than two thirds of the digital data moving across the Atlantic is traveling on private networks—namely networks operated by the likes of Google, Microsoft, and Facebook. That’s up from 10 percent just a few years ago. “It’s a tremendous change,” says Telegeography analyst Tim Stronge.

With so much data flowing across their systems, these companies are scrambling to build new infrastructure. In addition to building its own undersea cable, Facebook is buying up what’s called “dark fiber”—unused terrestrial cables—so that it can control how its data moves from place to place and move it more efficiently. According to Ahmad, Facebook is now using dark fiber “pretty much everywhere” as the company expands its network into new regions. And the same likely goes for Google and Microsoft.

“We’re starting to see more of the large Internet content providers looking to build more of their own networks—whether they are leasing dark fiber or laying down new cables to build new routes,” says Michael Murphy, president and CEO of telecom consultancy NEF. “It makes sense.”

MAREA Overview Schematic
Going It Alone(ish)
In the past, Facebook has joined consortia that operate other undersea cables—groups typically made up of telecom companies—but this project is different. Rather than letting a group build and control the cable—that is, rather than sharing lines with others—the company is laying its own dedicated lines and it has the power to use them however it sees fit. In the end, this allows Facebook to expand its online empire much quicker than in the past. “The consortium model is much slower than what we would like,” Ahmad says.

Much the same applies to Microsoft. That said, the two Internet giants aren’t abandoning the telecom industry altogether. The pair have brought in another partner: Telxius, a subsidiary of Spanish telecom Telefónica. Telxius will operate the cable, and Facebook and Microsoft services will command most of its bandwidth. But Telxius will sell some capacity to other companies in need of trans-Atlantic connections.

The location of the cable also suits the specific needs of Facebook and Microsoft. Myriad undersea cables connect North America with Europe, but they don’t typically originate in Virginia. Even though Northern Virginia has long served as a major hub for Internet data centers, including facilities used by Facebook as well as dedicated data centers built by Microsoft and Amazon, the data itself typically flows through cables anchored in the New York area. With MAREA, Facebook will be able to more efficiently move information not only from facilities in Virginia but from its Facebook-owned and -operated data center in Rutherford County, North Carolina.

“To have a direct connection from Virginia lowers latency,” says Murphy—that is, the time it takes for data to flow from data centers to its ultimate destination. “And that probably provides better quality service.” Other companies are planning cables anchored in this same area, but MAREA will likely be the first. Construction is set to begin in August and completion is expected in October 2017.

Connecting Its Own Way
In connecting to Bilbao in Spain, Ahmad says, the cable will provide a more efficient path not only to Europe but to Africa, the Middle East, and even Asia. All three geographies are increasingly important to Facebook and other Internet giants as they seek new audiences and new sources of revenue. Spanning more than 1.5 billion people, the Facebook social network has saturated the US and European markets, so now the company must focus on new frontiers. And in many respects, that involves building new infrastructure.

Facebook is also working to fashion all sorts of new hardware that more rapidly pushes the Internet into those parts of the world that don’t already have it, from solar-powered high-altitude drones to a new breed of wireless antenna. Rather than relying solely on the world’s telecoms and telecom hardware makers, the company is fashioning its own hardware. And in the hopes of pushing this gear into the market, it intends to open source the designs, freely sharing them with the rest of the world.

A similar dynamic is at play with the new undersea cable. Rather than just use what the telecoms provide, the company is building on its own. And a key aspect of the project is that it’s free to use whatever equipment it pleases to plug into the cable. This isn’t necessarily the case with the consortium model. “You’re stuck with whatever system was built initially. And if there has to be an upgrade, all the partners in the consortium have to agree to that upgrade,” Ahmad says. “[The MAREA Project] gives us more control of our own destiny.”

The Real Telecoms
In some ways, this eats into a market once controlled by the big telecoms. “It’s going to get interesting. Who is the real telecommunications provider?” Murphy says. “It’s going to take some of their business away.”

Murphy compares this shift to how Amazon has gained greater and greater control of the infrastructure needed to ship physical packages from place to place, building its own distribution centers, launching its own fleet of trucks, and even exploring the possibility of delivering packages via drone. “The move is similar in the data space, where companies get to an economy of scale where it makes sense for them to handle their own traffic.”

But it should also be said that the Facebooks and the Googles and the Microsofts aren’t taking existing business from the telecoms. They’re just taking potential business. “This does mean that telecoms are carrying somewhat less of the content provider traffic than they would in the past,” says Telegeography’s Stronge. “But a lot of this capacity wasn’t even around a few years ago.”

When you consider that these Internet giants are also using their own dark fiber on land, the upshot is that they are, more and more, taking control of their own destiny. As Murphy points out, if they aren’t beholden to the telecoms, they aren’t beholden either to the whims and the prices of the telecoms or to any disputes over net neutrality (the notion that no company should receive preferential treatment on shared Internet lines.)

With its Fiber division, Google has even gone so far as to become an Internet service provider itself, laying down faster lines all the way to American homes. That means it can potentially control the length and breadth of the network, from you to its many data centers in many parts of the world, and back again. Google doesn’t quite control the entire path from its own data centers to everyone’s front doors. But that’s the direction it’s headed. And, well, so are Facebook and Microsoft.

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Post by csp on Tue Jan 31, 2017 5:54 am

India’s space agency will next month attempt to launch 104 satellites from a single rocket, a mission that could land it in the record books.

The Indian Space Research Organization plans to use its workhorse, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, to carry three satellites from India, and 101 smaller nano satellites from five countries—the U.S., Netherlands, Israel, Kazakhstan and Switzerland into orbit.

If successful, ISRO’s mission would deploy the most satellites by any country in a single launch, surpassing the current record of 37 satellites sent into orbit in 2014 from a single Russian space launch vehicle. A National Aeronautics and Space Administration rocket carried 29 satellites in 2013.

This is the same ISRO that alleges they put a satellite around Mars - a mission which they claim cost less than what it took to produce the Hollywood movie 'Gravity' - go figure.

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