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Elon Musk's SpaceX says a geomagnetic storm wiped out 40 of the 49 Starlink satellites...

Fifth element

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That stuff is so dumb, wanting to blanket the earth in extra em pollution so that humans can be on the net.


Lets just ignore so many animals survive based on there empathy of reading the energies that naturally occur on earth, and these things will make it harder for so many species to survive.


Blanketing the earth in that rubbish is pure lunacy.


These people think just because a tech does not kill the majority of humans, its safe. What about all the animal species, that need to read the energies of earth for there survival? Lets just ignore all those species, that need empathy to just survive.


I cannot stand the idea of this technology, and its absurd that its allowed.


Humans keep coming up with more and more ways to poison the world, and em pollution is in many ways as bad as chemical waste, or some other form of pollution.

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3 hours ago, Fifth element said:

Something strange about all this..

The sun was only in a medium geomagnetic storm...

That would never of caused all that damage,cover story for something else.

Blame the sun..


This isn't about the ferocity of the Solar storm at all, it relates to the pre-oribital insertion of the satellites themselves. The solar storm increased drag in that part of the atmosphere to a point where their orbits decayed. Just bad timing, wrong place wrong time.


Solar geomagnetic storms could threaten more satellites after Elon Musk's Starlink | Space

On Tuesday (Feb. 8), SpaceX revealed that likely 40 of its 49 newest Starlink satellites that launched last Thursday (Feb. 3) were affected by a geomagnetic storm on Friday. The storm increased the density in Earth's atmosphere, increasing drag on the satellites as they were released and attempting an insertion phase into orbit. This drag kept the satellites from entering orbit and they will now burn up in our atmosphere. 

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The resident PoleShift expert on solar flares notes that Musk launched on Feb 3 when solar activity was already present. It was not considered a risk by Musk! But it worsened by Feb 4. Musk did not see this coming, nor did any of mankind’s monitors.


A series of strong magnetic field variations did take place Feb. 3 just as much on Feb. 4. It is claimed that a geomagnetic storm took place a day after the liftoff at 1:13 p.m. EST, Feb 3. Why did they launch shortly after what was the first major magnetic blow to Earth's magnetosphere on Feb 3?
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