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Satellites are purely science-fiction





Satellites Don’t Exist

The origins of satellites came from the mind of famous science-fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke. He wrote The 1945 Proposal by Arthur C. Clarke for Geostationary Satellite Communications.  Arthur C. Clarke was a high level Freemason as well as a homosexual and self-professed pedophile, throw in satanism and you’ve got a heck of a guy. ....Continue Reading

Space machines do not orbit the Earth

There are three very serious problems with the orbiting mechanism of the space machines said to whiz around the Earth. These need to be incorporated within our “reality framework” to help us determine what is actually real and what is marketing.  ....Continue Reading

Satellites are Fake; the Thermosphere is Too Hot to Support Satellites

With all of those videos of the Earth from the ISS, have you ever seen the thousands of claimed satellites flying by?  I have never seen one.  The thermosphere reaches temperatures supposedly up to 2,000 degrees Celsius, how is it possible that satellites even exist?  I know, NASA says the satellites are covered in a gold aluminum foil and so they’re perfectly fine.  However, until one of those guys at NASA sits inside NASA’s large vacuum chamber directly under a blast furnace with only a gold-colored tinfoil blanket as protection to prove that heat of the blast furnace won’t transfer to the person, I won’t believe it.  ....Continue Reading