Hello from California. Hope things are good there in Berlin. I also haven’t found much. A document that describes negative parallax and says to take the average of the positive parallax and replace it when you measure any negative parallax. hence allowing a precession like motion where I believe it may reset. 30 year observation of Polaris would show a lot but even that is hard to get. It’s all in books. It was here. But even the Almagest is a forgery in parts. They can change whatever whenever.
Great video. I’ve been busy so I haven’t kept up on emails. Will be getting to em. That video is very important. Thx
Thanks. Appreciate the link. NASA sucks
Not really. I’ve never found anything significant. Because so much stuff is off. Cave drawings that show Polaris and books of paper showing an earlier star. I find it suspicious the pyramid shafts are aimed at Polaris today and we are told they used to be aimed at Thuban the former North Star.+2 answers in: “How did we find out there is a vacuum beyond our atmosphere? When was it discovered,what did they use to measure it’s force? Is there a need for a vacuum for things to exist in the current “globe” model?”
Wow I didn’t see that. This coming Sunday? I’ll find out when but thanks. Please let me know if you film anything.
Yup. Just drop a link I think.+2 answers in: “Have you seen the video of the microphone disappearing into the astronauts head and neck? How are so many people fooled by nasa's crap?”
Saw it. Great find. Total crap by NASA again. Just garbage+2 answers in: “Have you seen the video of the microphone disappearing into the astronauts head and neck? How are so many people fooled by nasa's crap?”
Do you have a link? Can’t say I’ve specifically seen that one. But I agree with you... NASA is so bad they almost aren’t even worth the time anymore.+2 answers Read more
Quite a few. Maybe 50
Thanks. So far I have answered every question so I’d love to keep it that way.+2 answers in: “How did we find out there is a vacuum beyond our atmosphere? When was it discovered,what did they use to measure it’s force? Is there a need for a vacuum for things to exist in the current “globe” model?”
Are you asking to see? No. No picture has been leaked far more careful than that.
It was presupposed.+2 answers Read more
Yeah it would be a very large class action and after lawyers were paid nobody would make a penny+1 answer in: “Is there not enough evidence to take NASA to court?”
Hmmm. Odd 21 questions or Marty Leeds litmus test.
I believe in Saturn.+1 answer in: “Can we all agree that Math Powerland should please stop playing the guitar?”
Sounds pretty tough.+1 answer in: “What happens if you spin a sphere really fast in water? Imagine a ball bearing spinning at 1000 miles per hour in a clear glass container? How would the “currents” look?”
Ok thx+4 answers in: “I have tried contacting you ,Bob or Jon withe @jeranism emails from the Globebusters descrption,I just mails saying it could not be sent.”
We have seen launches that do show stars. Fewer by far though+1 answer in: “Is FECORE going to re-attempt a balloon launch with the camera pointing upwards?”
I think we fucked yo the earth already so they are trying to reflect the sun so it doesn’t hear us more.
Yes it was.+1 answer in: “What if someone would fill a helium balloon with thousand of FE leaflets (with maybe a QR code with links to useful info) and then release it and let it fly until it pops? Would that be illegal? Maybe considered littering?”
I just answer when I can. You’re not boring me but I get a lot so I ask you please keep them to a few a week. I can’t keep up with any platform.
Oh yeah. I was thinking earth was flat and I could see unlimited distances through atmosphere.+3 answers in: “Wouldn’t the space shuttle upon re-entering Earth’s atmosphere encounter some drastic forces acting upon it? Entering from a non spinning plane of reference to a spinning one? It’s trajectory would instantly be deviated to a side? Am I wrong on this?”
I think it is littering but what a great idea if they didn’t know who launched it you know?+1 answer Read more