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On 7/6/2023 at 12:19 PM, pi3141 said:

 

Here - this is where the 'Flat Earth' people have ended up. First it was Flat, then it was Concave, then it was so complicated that normies like me couldn't understand, but now they know its actually 'Super Massive' and they have maps of the entire lands! But even though its 'Super Massive' it may still be Concave. That they are not sure about but they can still map all the lands.

 

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Here we go....... Excellent book, a true account, explains all about this.

 

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13 hours ago, alexa said:

 

Here we go....... Excellent book, a true account, explains all about this.

 

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Thanks.

 

Tried looking for a free version but couldn't find one - I'm certainly not paying any money for it.

 

Don't know if you know Alexa but I'm currently a Satellite engineer working in an Earth station. As such, satellites orbiting a globe Earth are an every day reality or normality for me.

 

If there were really secret fibres connecting everything - I would know. If satellites really were fake - I would know.

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12 hours ago, alexa said:

Yes - But do you put them in orbit or is that a Mason's astronaut job ?

 

When I worked for  a large telecommunications company they used Intelsat to build the spacecraft and obviously there will be some other company that handles the launch. I did visit the control room from where the company flew the satellite from, by that I mean controlled it by firing thrusters to maintain orbital position and receive telemetry from the bird. Very restricted area as you can imagine, wasn't allowed to touch anything!

 

 

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3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

When I worked for  a large telecommunications company they used Intelsat to build the spacecraft and obviously there will be some other company that handles the launch. I did visit the control room from where the company flew the satellite from, by that I mean controlled it by firing thrusters to maintain orbital position and receive telemetry from the bird. Very restricted area as you can imagine, wasn't allowed to touch anything!

 

 

 

More than likely it was full of fake monitors & equipment. You see only what you want to see or what they want you to see.

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18 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

Thanks.

 

Tried looking for a free version but couldn't find one - I'm certainly not paying any money for it.

 

Don't know if you know Alexa but I'm currently a Satellite engineer working in an Earth station. As such, satellites orbiting a globe Earth are an every day reality or normality for me.

 

If there were really secret fibres connecting everything - I would know. If satellites really were fake - I would know.

Goonhilly earth station near me is great for short eared owls.

 

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

More than likely it was full of fake monitors & equipment. You see only what you want to see or what they want you to see.

 

For that to be true, the conspiracy would have to be fantastical - that there are 100's of engineers manning fake stations, mine included, without figuring it out, and a whole subset of secret engineers, working in secret locations to supply us the signals, and nobody ever blowing the whistle. 

 

The Secret engineers would have to be recruited from school and sent to a university where they are taught the real physics while the rest of us go to other universities to be taught the fake science.

 

Teachers and lecturers would be in on it and of course all the MP's and education bodies.

 

it would require society to be operating with us normals believing a fantasy and millions of people working for 'them' to maintain a total fantasy, teachers lecturers business men all in on it. In the office some normal pretending to be working on something and believing he really is and being paid for it, when all along what he does is worthless because the secret people do the real work in a secret office in a basement somewhere and put the results on the normals computer to make him believe he did the work!

 

Alexa, if you believe all that rather than the simple truth that satellites exist - well I don't know how to respond. 

 

I am someone doing it daily for a job and I can tell you, I know where those signals come from, for it to be any other way, I would have to accept that reality is not real.

 

But secret equipment would not explain how we get a signal out of a satellite dish - I can measure the signal at the LNB on the dish itself and if we couldn't, we would soon work out something was going on - we're not idiots.

 

I'm sorry Alexa, satellites are real, there is a grand conspiracy, but it is not to the level you believe.

 

Universities, institutions and large technical facilities are all fake with people doing stuff without knowing what their doing is fake cos someone else is secretly doing it instead is just unbelievable. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Goonhilly earth station near me is great for short eared owls.

 

Yeah, not much going on down there now - when I heard about the place it was my dream job. Get out of London, live and work in the countryside doing a technical job, no rush hour - heaven .

 

I think k it's mainly just a visitor centre now with maybe a few bits going on.

 

I think its demise was down to transatlantic fibres. I think (bit before my time) it was the main Teleport/Earth station for American traffic.

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

 

More than likely it was full of fake monitors & equipment. You see only what you want to see or what they want you to see.

 

Also, I've studied Magic and confidence scams. I know about misdirection, phoney fronts etc

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18 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

Yeah, not much going on down there now - when I heard about the place it was my dream job. Get out of London, live and work in the countryside doing a technical job, no rush hour - heaven .

 

I think k it's mainly just a visitor centre now with maybe a few bits going on.

 

I think its demise was down to transatlantic fibres. I think (bit before my time) it was the main Teleport/Earth station for American traffic.

I’m not sure if it’s open to the public at the moment. Last I looked it was being used by s new group. I’ll check the site out later.

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23 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

For that to be true, the conspiracy would have to be fantastical - that there are 100's of engineers manning fake stations, mine included, without figuring it out, and a whole subset of secret engineers, working in secret locations to supply us the signals, and nobody ever blowing the whistle. 

 

The Secret engineers would have to be recruited from school and sent to a university where they are taught the real physics while the rest of us go to other universities to be taught the fake science.

 

Teachers and lecturers would be in on it and of course all the MP's and education bodies.

 

it would require society to be operating with us normals believing a fantasy and millions of people working for 'them' to maintain a total fantasy, teachers lecturers business men all in on it. In the office some normal pretending to be working on something and believing he really is and being paid for it, when all along what he does is worthless because the secret people do the real work in a secret office in a basement somewhere and put the results on the normals computer to make him believe he did the work!

 

Alexa, if you believe all that rather than the simple truth that satellites exist - well I don't know how to respond. 

 

I am someone doing it daily for a job and I can tell you, I know where those signals come from, for it to be any other way, I would have to accept that reality is not real.

 

But secret equipment would not explain how we get a signal out of a satellite dish - I can measure the signal at the LNB on the dish itself and if we couldn't, we would soon work out something was going on - we're not idiots.

 

I'm sorry Alexa, satellites are real, there is a grand conspiracy, but it is not to the level you believe.

 

Universities, institutions and large technical facilities are all fake with people doing stuff without knowing what their doing is fake cos someone else is secretly doing it instead is just unbelievable. 

 

 

I think you’re absolutely right to say that the level of deception would be enormous. Would be hard to keep under wraps.

That said, and I appreciate it was a very different era, the Manhattan project involved thousands and was kept under wraps. I understand though that it was probably easier to keep things hidden by small jobs being done. Not knowing what the whole of the project was.

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All the satellites being sent up now are to form 'the cloud' through which the 'internet of things' can then operate

 

as all electrical appliances become 'smart' which is to say wirelessly enabled they will all connect to the cloud

 

all of the data from all electrical devices will flow to the cloud where a central artificial intelligence will process the information

 

this is how they will micro-manage everyone. A 'technocracy' is a system of governance which looks at peoples energy useage and then rations it in order to control what people can do from one moment to the next

 

The technocrats want us to believe in a climate crisis as this is the excuse they are using to bring in a technocratic system. Once they throw a central bank digital currency eg 'britcoin' into the mix they will then not only be able to control how much credit you have in your account but also what you may purchase AT THE POINT OF SALE. Want to buy a subscription to ICKONIC? Computer says 'no'. Want to buy a beef steak? Computer says 'no'.

 

Everyone will be given a social credit score depending on their level of compliance and the internet of things will then either allow them access to goods and services or it will deny them goods and services depending on their social credit score

 

obedient freemasons will no doubt be given a good score and be allowed some goodies from the system in return for their slavish compliance

 

humanity will become nothing more than biological robots with little to no agency of their own as each step will be guided by an invisible carrot and stick system that will be shaped by the whims of the illuminati who will program the AI that runs the system

 

If nanotech was in the covid jabs then that nanotech would be part of the internet of things and the person it was inside would by extension become part of it too.

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6 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

All the satellites being sent up now are to form 'the cloud' through which the 'internet of things' can then operate

 

as all electrical appliances become 'smart' which is to say wirelessly enabled they will all connect to the cloud

 

 

I can't see how this would be possible without connecting all the devices to a small transit antenna on your house.

 

Starlink is Low Earth orbit but its antenna still needs a clear view of the sky.

 

It would be possible to put a dish on everyone's roof and have a wireless protocol that links your fridge to the transmit system on your roof.

 

It would not be possible for your smart fridge to communicate with a satellite without a clear view of the sky and its own antenna positioned outside.

 

Having smart appliances connect over WiFi is easy but connecting to the cloud via satellite - no. Not without an antenna on everyone's roof and some small transmit and receive equipment in every home - but why would you when wifi and broadband is already in most places and much cheaper.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

The technocrats want us to believe in a climate crisis as this is the excuse they are using to bring in a technocratic system

Listening to Black Genesis by Robert Bauval today whilst working. He discusses the period i Europe when we underwent a mini ice age as a result of the Tambora eruption. Thames freezing over for two months at a time.

Whilst you are surely aware of this, it is good to bring up the most important point Imo of this mini ice age. A mini ice age presumes a warmer period before snd a return to the norm afterwards.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

 

This is more relevant as Tambora was much more recent.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

I can't see how this would be possible without connecting all the devices to a small transit antenna on your house.

 

Starlink is Low Earth orbit but its antenna still needs a clear view of the sky.

 

It would be possible to put a dish on everyone's roof and have a wireless protocol that links your fridge to the transmit system on your roof.

 

It would not be possible for your smart fridge to communicate with a satellite without a clear view of the sky and its own antenna positioned outside.

 

Having smart appliances connect over WiFi is easy but connecting to the cloud via satellite - no. Not without an antenna on everyone's roof and some small transmit and receive equipment in every home - but why would you when wifi and broadband is already in most places and much cheaper.

 

so already they are trying to get 'smart meters' in everyones homes which operate wirelessly. As i'm sure you know one of the meters on the street is a master meter that all the other meters send data to. That master meter then sends the data to the corporation. The homeowner with the master meter is unaware they have that meter but they will be subjected to a higher wifi field.

 

The reason the councils are chopping down trees around britain is because trees block 5G microwaves. The 5G system will require millions of small substations spread around the country so that there will be one outside most peoples homes.

 

To ensure full 5G coverage of the entire globe they intend to bathe the surface of the planet with 5G

 

April 01, 2020

What You Should Know About 5G Satellites — How Musk’s Sci-Fi Dreams Are Becoming Our Living Nightmare

By Dafna Tachover, Esq

Companies and governments have plans to launch approximately 50,000 satellites to provide 5G and Wi-Fi services everywhere on Earth. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is leading these efforts with its planned deployment of 42,000 Starlink satellites and its goal of establishing a global network.

To provide service, SpaceX states that it requires an infrastructure of one million on-the-ground antennas to connect its satellites with the ground users. In March 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved SpaceX’s ground antenna application. On 7/31/2020, SpaceX modified its original filing and has asked the FCC to increase this number to five million.  Almost 400 satellites have been launched to date. This year, SpaceX plans to accelerate its satellite launches to an average of 120 per month (60 every two weeks). Space X is approaching the threshold number at which it says it can begin supplying 5G coverage from space. This year, SpaceX plans to accelerate its satellite launches to an average of 120 per month (60 every two weeks). In July, the FCC approved 6 Ground Stations to communicate with the satellites – in California, Minnesota, Idaho, Alabama, Georgia and Montana.

These low-orbit satellites not only already contaminate our night skies and interfere with astronomy but also promise to flood Earth with powerful, focused electromagnetic beams that emit radiofrequency (RF) and microwave radiation proven to adversely affect the health of humans, animals and plants. The satellites also may have an impact on Earth’s natural electromagnetic field—essential to all life on our planet—yet no national or international agency has taken action to evaluate, reduce, prevent or publicize the environmental impact of the satellites’ emissions. Meanwhile, significant effects are already occurring.

The FCC has never assessed the impact of radiation emissions from 50,000 satellites or any other existing and potential adverse environmental effects.

FCC complicity

Satellite companies must submit applications to the FCC because satellites use radiofrequencies that are under the agency’s purview. Just like other federal agencies, the FCC is subject to National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements, established in 1970, to develop rules enabling it to evaluate the environmental effects of its actions. To meet its procedural responsibilities under NEPA as well as stipulations of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, the FCC, in 1996, adopted non-mandatory exposure standards for wireless radiation. These standards are highly flawed because they only acknowledge thermal but not non-thermal harms and ignore the established harms of pulsed and modulated signals. Moreover, there are no penalties for exceeding the standards.

The FCC has never assessed the impact of radiation emissions from 50,000 satellites or any other existing and potential adverse environmental effects. The likely reason is that the FCC interprets its obligations as only requiring assessment of terrestrial activities and devices due to legal language specifying that it focus on structures defined as a “pole, tower, base station, or other building”—with no explicit mention of satellites.

As a result, the FCC has felt free to approve (without any environmental assessment) close to 12,000 SpaceX satellites so far, and SpaceX has filed paperwork with the FCC for another 30,000. Of the 12,000, the company initially proposed placing 4,425 into low-Earth-orbit (between 715 and 823 miles above the planet’s surface) but later amended its application to put about a third of those in a lower 342-mile orbit. The remaining 7,500-plus satellites have permission to go into “very low” Earth orbit—that is, altitudes barely more than 200 miles above the Earth. According to SpaceX, these ultra-low-orbit satellites are necessary to reduce latency and increase transmission speeds in congested cities, while also enabling the company to extend Wi-Fi coverage globally.

As if radiation from tens of thousands of satellites were not concerning enough, the FCC’s blanket license for up to a million ground transmitters allows SpaceX Services (a SpaceX subsidiary) to install terminals that will use “advanced beamforming and steerable antenna technology” to wirelessly connect end-users (human and machine) on the ground with the orbiting satellites. These “consumer-facing device[s]” could place radiation-emitting terminals directly in homes. Elon Musk summarizes the two-step installation of the ground antenna as “point at sky [and] plug in.”

The Starlink satellite constellations operate in the portion of the microwave frequencies spectrum called the “ku-band” (11-17 GHz); the ground stations would transmit at 14-14.5 GHz while receiving signals from the satellites at 10.7-12.7 GHz. This is vastly different from current LTE networks, which operate from 700 MHz to around 6 GHz. 

A “gold rush”

 SpaceX may be the dominant player, but it is far from the only U.S. company with plans to slather “every inch of the world” with emissions from low-orbit 5G satellites. Amazon—angling for a potential four billion new customers—plans to launch a total of 3,236 satellites and promises to start delivering Internet services as soon as a fifth of them are in place. Facebook is also planning for thousands of satellites. Finally, the Google subsidiary Loon has begun targeting “unserved and underserved communities” in Latin America for LTE service provided by its network of stratospheric balloons traveling on “the edge of space.”

One of the major non-U.S. players taking part in the “satellite Internet gold rush” is the UK-based company OneWeb (backed by SoftBank Group Corp.), which launched an initial batch of six 5G satellites in February 2019, followed by another 34 satellites in February 2020. At the time of the February launch, OneWeb announced its intention to keep up launches of 30 to 36 satellites every month, with “full commercial global services” by 2021, well before OneWeb’s eventual total of 5,260 satellites. However, a March 19 Bloomberg report stated that OneWeb may file for bankruptcy “as it grapples with high costs and stiff competition.”

In Canada, officials from Telesat affirm that their low-Earth-orbit satellite deployments “could ultimately scale to 512 spacecraft.” China and Russia likewise have plans for multiple launches.

…damage goes well beyond the human race, with growing evidence of harmful effects to both plants and animals.

Harmful radiofrequency and microwave radiation

The harmful impacts of non-thermal levels of RF- and microwave-based wireless technology (from 2G on up) are neither “potential” nor “hypothetical.” Thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies have proven that epidemic-level harms are already occurring, harms that the fast-multiplying 5G infrastructure will further aggravate.

Some argue that the energy emissions reaching the ground from 5G satellites are less intense than the emissions from ground-based transmitter antennas, but this argument ignores the fact that the satellites irradiate all areas of Earth, including areas not reached by other transmitters, leaving no place untouched by harmful manmade radiation. Moreover, the on-the-ground transmitters that 5G satellites require to connect satellites with end-users—one million for SpaceX alone—will result in massively increased intensities of RF/microwave radiation.

In 2018, more than 200 scientists and doctors cited the large body of scientific evidence of harm when they submitted the 5G Appeal to the United Nations, calling for a moratorium on 5G. In the Appeal, these experts wrote that radiofrequency electromagnetic fields have not only been “proven to be harmful for humans and the environment” but that “[d]amage goes well beyond the human race,” with “growing evidence of harmful effects to both plants and animals.” In discussing the “serious hazard to public health” that 5G infrastructure on- and off-planet represents, the Appeal’s authors argued that “Inaction is a cost to society and is not an option anymore.” 

Earth’s natural electromagnetic system

In addition to the 5G Appeal, an International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space is warning about the potential of the satellites to interfere with the global electric circuit. As of March 29, 2020, the Appeal had garnered signatures from 212,661 people from 208 nations and territories worldwide. It warns that if tens of thousands of satellites make it into low-Earth and very-low-Earth orbit, they will emit extremely powerful, pulsating beams of artificial RF and microwave radiation into the Earth’s ionosphere. The ionosphere—a natural source of high voltage always charged to an average of 300,000 volts—controls the global electrical circuit (constant for three billion years) that connects and vitalizes every living thing, whether bird, animal, tree or human. All life depends on this electromagnetic circuit for survival, yet in one fell swoop, 5G satellites have the potential to alter it “beyond our ability to adapt” [emphasis added].

… the light pollution produced by mega-constellations of satellites poses an existential threat to astronomy, potentially ending ground-based astronomy as we know it.

Devastating harms to our night sky and astronomy

Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites are already causing harm. As reported by Forbes and both professional and amateur astronomers, the light pollution produced by mega-constellations of satellites “pose[s] an existential threat to astronomy,” potentially ending “ground-based astronomy as we know it.” Musk misleadingly asserts that the Starlink satellites will have “no material effect on discoveries in astronomy,” despite the fact that the large and highly reflective Starlink satellites already in orbit are leaving a damaging light trail. The abnormal emissions of satellite-reflected light also do more than ruin astronomy; they interfere with the ability of migratory birds, seals, moths, frogs and other creatures to orient themselves and navigate at night using the starry sky.

If SpaceX’s plans materialize, the number of its satellites will far outnumber the approximately 9,000 stars visible to the naked eye. As of late 2019, the first 122 Starlink satellites were already brighter than the majority of the 9,000 stars, with only 172 stars shining brighter than Musk’s satellites. On January 10, 2020, concerned astronomers launched their own international appeal to “safeguard the astronomical sky,” requesting that Starlink launches be put on hold and asking governments to abide by existing treaties addressing environmental risks, including the 1967 Outer Space Treaty and the 2018 United Nations Guidelines for the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities. To date, over 1,890 professional astronomers from 48 countries have signed the appeal. Although Musk and SpaceX claim they will work on reducing the satellites’ reflective power and will “tweak” satellite orientation for astronomical experiments, SpaceX should not be allowed to keep launching satellites before it has addressed these serious issues and problems.

Funding our own nightmare

The Los Angeles Times has noted that Elon Musk has built his “empire” with billions in U.S. government—that is, taxpayer—subsidies. In 2017, reporters critically noted that “Like a reverse Robin Hood, Musk isn’t robbing from the rich and giving to the poor: He’s robbing from the working class and keeping it for himself.” Now, Musk is seeking an additional $16 billion in government subsidies for SpaceX. We all hope he will not get it, as Musk’s science-fiction dreams are fast becoming our nightmare reality.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/what-you-should-know-about-5g-satellites-how-musks-sci-fi-dreams-are-becoming-our-living-nightmare/

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6 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Listening to Black Genesis by Robert Bauval today whilst working. He discusses the period i Europe when we underwent a mini ice age as a result of the Tamboro eruption. Thames freezing over for two months at a time.

Whilst you are surely aware of this, it is good to bring up the most important point Imo of this mini ice age. A mini ice age presumes a warmer period before snd a return to the norm afterwards.

 

Think I have tamboro wrong so I’m checking now.

 

yes byron wrote a poem 'the darkness' inspired by the mini iceage

 

interesting that volcanic activity can affect climate....almost as if the suns rays have something to do with it all....

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15 hours ago, Bombadil said:

I think you’re absolutely right to say that the level of deception would be enormous. Would be hard to keep under wraps.

That said, and I appreciate it was a very different era, the Manhattan project involved thousands and was kept under wraps. I understand though that it was probably easier to keep things hidden by small jobs being done. Not knowing what the whole of the project was.

 

Yes, but while this is true its also true that the formula or rather specific weights and ratios to make a nuclear bomb was published in a book released to the public in 1950's.

 

Sometimes, secrets do get out.

 

The level of deception required to fool thousands of broadcast engineers who unknowingly are only pretending to be transmitting a signal while a whole substation of secret engineers using secret technology are working in the background to put the real pictures on TV would require an unbelievable amount of deception on all people in society.

 

We're basically saying some of the kids you went to school with were schooled and directed into certain institutions like universities where only those family lines went, to be taught a different science, while us normies went to the normie universities with teachers who also were duped into believing a different science to the point where they themselves teach it without knowing its crap. And then we normies go off to a job thats just a fake front but we're to dumb to work it out while the special bloodline people work in a shadow society doing all the actual work and deception - I mean? Really? How? Fucking wow!

 

Thats the level of deception these Flat Earther's are saying exists - that everything, everything, is actually fake and we're living in a Truman show society.

 

For that to be true the deception must be carried into all areas of society. So some Universities must be teaching fake history, fake archaeology, fake economics, fake medicine, fake astronomy, fake physics, while other universities, where only the special bloodline people go, have duplicate departments teaching the real thing. Then every town has to have the special bloodlines in - if a bloodline's car breaks down it can't go to a 'normie' garage because the normie engineers will see the real technology that these people have and would know. So for instance - every Kwik Fit or certain designated Kwik Fit garages in the country must have a special bloodline manager and engineers and when a special bloodline breaks down, they consult the database on their secret phone technology, drive to the nearest bloodline Kwik Fit and the manager ensures his car goes to a special bloodline fitter in the shop. Or certain Kwik Fit garages are designated Bloodline while others are designated normie - so of course, the owner of Kwik Fit has to be in on this, and only bloodline people go and work in certain garages while normies go and work in the normie garages and serve normie customers.

 

There must be real and fake banks, real and fake stock exchanges, real and fake launch facilities for rockets - everything has to be duplicated and a whole other world existing within our world for this to stand up.

 

I do not subscribe to that theory or that view of reality. 

 

The people that do, have been radicalized by extremists.

 

 

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On 7/12/2023 at 10:11 AM, pi3141 said:

For that to be true the deception must be carried into all areas of society. So some Universities must be teaching fake history, fake archaeology, fake economics, fake medicine, fake astronomy, fake physics, while other universities, where only the special bloodline people go, have duplicate departments teaching the real thing. Then every town has to have the special bloodlines in - if a bloodline's car breaks down it can't go to a 'normie' garage because the normie engineers will see the real technology that these people have and would know. So for instance - every Kwik Fit or certain designated Kwik Fit garages in the country must have a special bloodline manager and engineers and when a special bloodline breaks down, they consult the database on their secret phone technology, drive to the nearest bloodline Kwik Fit and the manager ensures his car goes to a special bloodline fitter in the shop. Or certain Kwik Fit garages are designated Bloodline while others are designated normie - so of course, the owner of Kwik Fit has to be in on this, and only bloodline people go and work in certain garages while normies go and work in the normie garages and serve normie customers.

 

 


The education system is laughable and indeed they do teach false medicine, false physics, false history. Funding steers sciences.

Flexner Report changed medicine forever and for the worse.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3543812/ - Rockefellers have essentially owned medical education for a long time. Flexner Report was not about the improvement or standardisation of medicine, it was about controlling it for someone else's agenda. Physics is similar, follow funding, follow the bloodlines involved in that and you will arrive at a deeper understanding of our systems in place.

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4 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

The education system is laughable and indeed they do teach false medicine, false physics, false history. Funding steers sciences.

 

I agree - to an extent, but I don't agree to the extent that universities are falsely teaching the Earth is a globe and that the universe is 14 billion years old when they actually know the Earth is flat and God made the Earth 6000 years ago and they have to fake rocket launches and satellites to keep up the charade.

 

If you think that's true, we'll I don't know what to say really.

 

On a clear night you can go out and look up to the sky and see the Starlink satellites, some nights you can see the MIR space station with your own eyes, if you don't believe what you see with your own eyes, we'll ok then.

 

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5 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

I agree - to an extent, but I don't agree to the extent that universities are falsely teaching the Earth is a globe and that the universe is 14 billion years old when they actually know the Earth is flat and God made the Earth 6000 years ago and they have to fake rocket launches and satellites to keep up the charade.

 

If you think that's true, we'll I don't know what to say really.

 

On a clear night you can go out and look up to the sky and see the Starlink satellites, some nights you can see the MIR space station with your own eyes, if you don't believe what you see with your own eyes, we'll ok then.

 


Most certainly not an FE proponent here. 

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3 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

Most certainly not an FE proponent here. 

 

Ah ok.

 

8 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

The education system is laughable and indeed they do teach false medicine, false physics, false history. Funding steers sciences.

 

Well the geologists tell us they find rocks and stuff thats millions of years old but the Bible and the the hardcore conspiracy believers tell us the Earth is 6000 years old because thats what the Bible says.

 

Which do you think is true - are the university educated geologists telling us the truth about our history or is the Earth 6000 years old?.

 

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8 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

The education system is laughable and indeed they do teach false medicine, false physics, false history. Funding steers sciences.

 

Physics next.

 

I've stated before I'm a broadcast engineer, as an optional module on my course I was able to study Power Systems from the Electrical and Electronic course. The module consisted mainly of studying electric motors and running various experiments on them.

 

I have found since leaving university that the theories they taught me stand up very well. I do not think they taught me fake physics, however I do believe there are other beneficial effects in electric motors that we ignore.

 

Secondly, when I was a teenager in the 1980's the Everlasting Lightbulb was said to be an Urban Myth, something that couldn't be done with the known laws of Physics. yet when I was at university I was part of a team that submitted a working design for an everlasting lightbulb and in the process we found out there were many other designs for it.

 

So yes, I know very well that university science departments are steered by funding.

 

But I also know, they do teach some truth. I started a Masters in Satellite Engineering but I had to pull out because the bank refused my graduate loan. However, the course taught all about satellites and their design and since leaving university I am working, and have mainly for the 20 years I've been in TV, working successfully with satellites.

 

So they didn't lie about that either - nothing fake about the satellite course at Lancaster university. Satellites do exist for a start and they do orbit the globe. I only did the first month but they definitely taught that satellites were real and I have definitely found out that they wasn't lying about satellites or electric motors.

 

 

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