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  1. 17 hours ago, TheAwakened said:

    Research Flat Earth and have an open mind. 



    I saw flat Earthers 'researching' flat Earth and their experiments disproved their own beliefs so they just ignored the results. If that's not the finest example of closed minds I dont know what is.

    I dont want to derail the thread so I'll say no more on the subject here.

  2. 18 hours ago, Macnamara said:


    His rockets burned kerosene before though and there were no complaints. Also no complaints about space tourism...and you do know that he is firing up satellites to create a 5G cloud of microwaves in earth that will have untold health impacts

    Environmental impact

    So what could possibly be wrong with this groundbreaking test flight? While visually appealing, cheaper and a major technological advancement, what about the environmental impact? The rocket is reusable, which means cutting down the resources required for the metal body of the rocket. However, the mass of most rockets are more than 95% fuel. Building bigger rockets with bigger payloads means more fuel is used for each launch. The current fuel for Falcon Heavy is RP-1 (a refined kerosene) and liquid oxygen, which creates a lot of carbon dioxide when burnt.

    The amount of kerosene in three Falcon 9 rockets is roughly 440 tonnes and RP-1 has a 34% carbon content. This amount of carbon is a drop in the ocean compared to global industrial emissions as a whole, but if the SpaceX’s plan for a rocket launch every two weeks comes to fruition, this amount of carbon (approximately 4,000 tonnes per year) will rapidly become a bigger problem.



    Starship will replace both the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy. 

    The Falcon Heavy has flown 3 times and may never fly again.

    A Falcon 9 launch puts around the same carbon into the atmosphere as a long haul flight.

    Starship will challenge the aviation industry with Earth to Earth flights in unbelievable times, for around $2000 a seat https://youtu.be/zqE-ultsWt0

    In total, nearly 12,000 Starlink satellites are planned to be deployed, with a possible later extension to 42,000. Starship will deploy 400 per launch.

    Elon Musk's goal for SpaceX is to develop a carbon neutral rocket to reduce emissions...


  3. 4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    if creating CO2 through burning of fossil fuels is such a problem then why do the woke corporations keep firing rockets into space that guzzle enourmous amounts of fossil fuels and jetison tons of space rubbish into orbit


    On top of that they are talking about running space tourism trips for the super rich. So you will no longer be able to fly on holiday because of 'global warming' but the super rich will be able to blast off into space

    The new SpaceX Raptor engines burn Methane.

    Other than stuff intended to stay in orbit SpaceX stuff comes back for reuse or burns up on reentry.

    Space tourism for the rich began in 2001, Musks plan is very different.

  4. 4 hours ago, Icke-Kia said:

    Since June 2010, rockets from the SpaceX Falcon 9 family have been launched 104 times, with 102 full mission successes, one partial failure and one total loss of spacecraft, that's a 98.08% success rate.

    The recent SN8 (Starship prototype) test went very well to those of us who understand prototype testing.


    Since June 2010, rockets from the SpaceX Falcon 9 family have been launched 105 times. Todays launch went swimmingly 😁

  5. 22 minutes ago, Fifth element said:

    It exploded it didn`t go well at all,am I missing something or...

    Was SpaceX Rocket hit by a Drone? Shock Claims Elon Musk’s Falcon 9 was 'Attacked'
    September 3, 2016

    Now conspiracy theorists are claiming the space rocket was “attacked”. The “reusable” rocket was destroyed after suffering a catastrophic explosion on launch at Cape Canaveral in Florida. Billionaire SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said the cause of the explosion, which was caught on camera, is still unknown.
    Elon Musk Now Has a Total of Seven Homes on the Market
    May 15, 2020

    Elon Musk is continuing to shed his earthly possessions. The Tesla founder has reportedly listed five more homes after two of his other properties hit the market earlier this month. Combined, the asking prices for the seven homes tops $100 million. The rapid-fire real estate listings follow a headline-making tweet from Musk on May 1: “I am selling almost all physical possessions. Will own no house.”

    She's dating Elon Musk.

    This song is very critical about trans-humanism.




    You missed something, SpaceX only gave it a 30% chance of total success, it was a prototype of which they have many at various stages of construction. SN8 achieved far more than expected, thats a success 

  6. On 12/11/2020 at 2:36 AM, oz93666 said:

    Musk and Branson are NWO operatives , and when it comes to Space they are the GATE KEEPERS ... there to stop humanity getting there , Branson with his Virgin Galactic and Musk's Space X monopolize the would be tourist space sector .....


    It was inevitable Space tourism would start , the Cabal cannot stop it , many entrepreneurs out there. So in an attempt to control this sector ,  they put these two trusted faces out there , the public know them , trust them , so then it's just a question of which of the two shall I invest in .... no one else gets a look in , any other start ups outside of cabal control will get  few buying their shares , and soon go bust   ....


    So musk and Branson make promise after promise taking passengers money  , but the deadlines pass and still no one gets to space.


    And now a rocket blows up ! ... That will set them back another few years ... ( 5G satellite lunches are unaffected of course ,those rockets never blow up , only space tourism rockets  )

    You must mean weeks not years lol. The next SN prototype will ready for launch in no time (despite damage from tipping over in the highbay) , and the one after and so on. SpaceX only gave SN8 a 30% chance of a full success.

    SpaceX have only taken money from 1 person and he is paying in installments as each goal is achieved 

  7. On 10/21/2020 at 1:26 PM, Piccolo pete said:

    I can't believe there's still people who think we landed on the moon in 69 in that lander that looks like it was made on blue Peter.

    What differences in the design would you expect and why?

  8. 27 minutes ago, Fifth element said:

    Flashback he`s not having much luck is he,or somebody doesn`t want him to go to mars.

    Watch Dramatic Moment SpaceX Rocket Explodes at Cape Canaveral – Blowing up Facebook’s £150 Million Internet Satellite
    September 1, 2016

    NASA says SpaceX was conducting a test firing of its pioneering unmanned rocket when disaster struck. The Israeli made Amos-6 communications satellite was, according to Tech Crunch, carrying technology to allow Mark Zuckerberg's firm to spot beam wireless internet directly to smartphones in sub-Saharan Africa. SpaceX was leasing the pad from the Air Force for its Falcon launches. The company was conducting a test fire of the rocket ahead of its launch.
    SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket, Satellite Destroyed in Explosion
    September 2, 2015

    SpaceX can confirm that in preparation for today's static fire, there was an anomaly on the pad resulting in the loss of the vehicle and its payload. The rocket was preparing for a test-firing of its nine Merlin main engines as a standard check of their readiness for launch, and the area was cleared for that hazardous operation. The satellite built by Israel Aerospace Industries also was destroyed. In addition to launching satellites, SpaceX is one of two companies shipping cargo to the International Space Station commercially, and one of two companies preparing to launch astronauts to the ISS under NASA's Commercial Crew Program. SpaceX had hoped to launch two astronauts on a test flight to the station within a year.

    Since June 2010, rockets from the SpaceX Falcon 9 family have been launched 104 times, with 102 full mission successes, one partial failure and one total loss of spacecraft, that's a 98.08% success rate.

    The recent SN8 (Starship prototype) test went very well to those of us who understand prototype testing.

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