Why Outer Space is a lie, without using logical science to explain why.
It is very simple. Just look to history, the part we know is true. The elite and Banking class of the British and Spanish Empires are responsible for sending many of us to the "New World" (another marketing slogan). They had no concern for anyone's safety when they sent slave ships to Africa, and they didn't blink an eye in getting all sorts of European people to board ships like cattle. They packed our ancestors onto huge sailing vessels like sardines, and sent fleets of these contraptions across the oceans. If outer space was a real place, we'd be able to go wait online for a trip to some kind of orbiting hotel. Only the chosen few get to go to the Hollywood sets. The rest of us remain "left behind".
Here's a Huge Pile of Steaming Propaganda from Mr. Satellite himself. This man is a liar and science fiction writer. Please notice how he's sells not only Cold War Duck and Cover Fear, he sells humanity's insignificance in the Universe.
Satellites are impossible.
He "invented" satellites, get it? He's a fantasy writer and day dream believer.
Modern cosmology is a religion designed to unite humanity under one mythic umbrella of nonsense.
Bursting Balloons & Our Childhood's End - Wikipedia
"Barrage balloons over London... during World War II. Clarke observed balloons like these floating over the city in 1941. He recalls that his earliest idea for the story may have originated with this scene, with the giant balloons becoming alien ships in the novel."
"Project Echo was the first passive communications satellite experiment. Each of the two American spacecraft, launched in 1960 and 1964, was a metalized balloon satellite acting as a passive reflector of microwave signals. Communication signals were bounced off them from one point on Earth to another."
COLD WAR PROPAGANDA IS OLD SCHOOL MEDIEVAL - BOOK OF REVELATORY - END OF THE WORLD PROPAGANDA: "REIMAGINED"
FEAR AN END THAT WILL NEVER COME
Who Was Arthur C. Clarke?
A Fantasy Propagandist Knight of The British Empire of Course!
"Sir Arthur Charles Clarke, CBE, FRAS (16 December 1917 – 19 March 2008) was a British science fiction writer, science writer and futurist, inventor, undersea explorer, and television series host."
Clarke was a Royal Minion kind of guy. Like a 20th century Shakespeare or Space Age PT Barnum.
Arthur C. Clarke: Just a Science Fiction Fan & Writer: His Inventions Are Fictions By Definition
"Clarke was born in Minehead, Somerset, England, and grew up in nearby Bishops Lydeard. As a boy, he grew up on a farm enjoying stargazing, fossil collecting, and reading American science fiction pulp magazines. He received his secondary education at Huish Grammar school in Taunton. Early influences included dinosaur cigarette cards, which led to an enthusiasm for fossils starting about 1925. Clarke attributed his interest in science fiction to reading three items: the November 1928 issue of Amazing Stories, in 1929; Last and First Men by Olaf Stapledon in 1930; and The Conquest of Space by David Lasser in 1931."
"Amazing Stories is an American science fiction magazine launched in April 1926 by Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing. It was the first magazine devoted solely to science fiction. Science fiction stories had made regular appearances in other magazines, including some published by Gernsback, but Amazing helped define and launch a new genre of pulp fiction."
Clarke's background is in radar and science fiction.
"Clarke was a science writer, who was both an avid populariser of space travel and a futurist of uncanny ability. On these subjects he wrote over a dozen books and many essays, which appeared in various popular magazines. In 1961 he was awarded the Kalinga Prize, an award which is given by UNESCO for popularizing science. These along with his science fiction writings eventually earned him the moniker "Prophet of the Space Age" "
"During the Second World War from 1941 to 1946 he served in the Royal Air Force as a radar specialist and was involved in the early-warning radar defence system, which contributed to the RAF's success during the Battle of Britain. Clarke spent most of his wartime service working on ground-controlled approach (GCA) radar, as documented in the semi-autobiographical Glide Path, his only non-science-fiction novel. Although GCA did not see much practical use during the war, it proved vital to the Berlin Airlift of 1948–1949 after several years of development."
Arthur C. Clarke was a technician who worked on what would become passenger jet technology.
"Ground-controlled approach is the oldest air traffic technique to fully implement radar to service a plane. The system was simple, direct, and worked well, even with previously untrained pilots. It requires close communication between ground-based air traffic controllers and pilots in approaching aircraft."
Rare 1-Hour Stanley Kubrick Interview
"People do not react to abstractions" A Hollywood Governmental Propagandist Double Speaks
Kubrick is a Hollywood insider and part of the Government as a propagandist. This very obvious. His work was commissioned to reinforce the Cold War era Duck and Cover strategy. This is what terrorism really looks like. The Hollywood product reinforces the need for Government by way of fear conditioning. This man was a WMD. He was a terrorist. His work is all meant to scare us into submission. Whatever clues we may or may not find in his work, and for whatever reasons these clues exist, the fact is the art is propaganda. This not personal. Consider Kubrick's body of work. He sells pedophilia with his film "Lolita", he sells Cold War fear by way of comedy with Strangelove, and all the rest. His last film, "Eyes Wide Shut" sells illuminati sexualized (Saturnian) nonsense. All the work is meant to be propaganda.
Hollywood awards, the News media and Government itself, heap awards and accolades upon their crafted propagandists in order to add legitimacy to the whole canard. Hollywood celebrity is modern idolatry. Kubrick is a celebrity as well as a director and he is a social shepherd. We are meant to be his flock to be fleeced. This is all propaganda. The entire interview is based on fictional assumptions.
Rare 1-Hour Stanley Kubrick Interview
Arthur C. Clarke: A Science Fiction Writer Who Took Some Physics Classes And Then Proposed Satellites
"After the war he attained a first-class degree in mathematics and physics from King's College London After this he worked as assistant editor at Physics Abstracts. Clarke then served as chairman of the British Interplanetary Society from 1946 to 1947 and again from 1951 to 1953."
"Although he was not the originator of the concept of geostationary satellites, one of his most important contributions in this field may be his idea that they would be ideal telecommunications relays. He advanced this idea in a paper privately circulated among the core technical members of the British Interplanetary Society in 1945. The concept was published in Wireless World in October of that year. Clarke also wrote a number of non-fiction books describing the technical details and societal implications of rocketry and space flight. The most notable of these may be Interplanetary Flight (1950), The Exploration of Space (1951) and The Promise of Space (1968). In recognition of these contributions, the geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometres (22,000 mi) above the equator is officially recognised by the International Astronomical Union as a Clarke Orbit."
Arthur C. Clarke, a radio and radar trained specialist, would have (more than likely) known about the "skywave". His work is propaganda designed to promote cartoon Cold War era weaponry and to create a noise and smoke screen for the real and obviously demonstrable technology. Amateur radio enthusiasts had been bouncing signals around the globe for decades before Clarke's published fantasy.
The Sky Waves At Us
"In radio communication, skywave or skip refers to the propagation of radio waves reflected or refracted back toward Earth from the ionosphere, an electrically charged layer of the upper atmosphere. Since it is not limited by the curvature of the Earth, skywave propagation can be used to communicate beyond the horizon, at intercontinental distances. It is mostly used in the shortwave frequency bands."
"Radio amateurs conducted the first successful transatlantic tests in December 1921, operating in the 200 meter mediumwave band (1500 kHz)—the shortest wavelength then available to amateurs. In 1922 hundreds of North American amateurs were heard in Europe at 200 meters and at least 30 North American amateurs heard amateur signals from Europe. The first two-way communications between North American and Hawaiian amateurs began in 1922 at 200 meters. Although operation on wavelengths shorter than 200 meters was technically illegal (but tolerated as the authorities mistakenly believed at first that such frequencies were useless for commercial or military use), amateurs began to experiment with those wavelengths using newly available vacuum tubes shortly after World War I."
"On 20 July 1969 Clarke appeared as a commentator for CBS for the Apollo 11 moon landing."
A CARTOON LOVING PULP FICTION GUY:
Clarke along with so many other popularizers of "Outer Space Science" would create a new mythology for the 20th and 21st centuries. This mythology is the basis for a global religion and cult of thinking.
On one hand the threat of nuclear annihilation delivered by magically steered huge rockets, is meant to keep us all afraid and in a submissive state of consciousness.
And on the other hand the use of huge imaginary rockets to travel into imagined outer space to visit imagined space stations and other planets is meant to create a unified humanity who believe that one day their descendants will fly to the stars.
Of course we will all have to pitch in and work hard, and pay taxes, so the few can go into outer space while the rest of us stay here toiling away.
"In his teens, he joined the Junior Astronomical Association and contributed to Urania, the society's journal, which was edited in Glasgow by Marion Eadie. At Clarke's request, she added an Astronautics Section, which featured a series of articles by him on spacecraft and space travel. Clarke also contributed pieces to the Debates and Discussions Corner, a counterblast to a Urania article offering the case against space travel, and also his recollections of the Walt Disney film Fantasia. He moved to London in 1936 and joined the Board of Education as a pensions auditor."
Star Wars vs Star Trek: An Invasion of UFO Space Invader Pirate Raiders?
The history of the British Sea Empire reveals the Banker's Game. Wars and battles fought in distant lands and out on distant seas are unverifiable claims that require circular reasoned logical fallacy for support. Most people did not travel easily around the globe back during any period of history prior to the end of the 20th century. This is something I think a lot of us have a tendency to forget.
Back in 1945, for example, most Americans had no idea where Hiroshima even was. It was easier to fake devastating attacks when the public did not have access to mass communication and mass travel systems. World War Two was used as the impetus for the building of this new world. News of war and "false flag" events have long been used to get the mass public to not only believe in the need for government, war gets us, the mass public to turn the wheels of industry and progress.
The British Empire was obviously built on tall tales of sea battles and legendary heroic deaths. A Nation State religion was constructed around Naval Sea Power and a National Pride was developed. In this manner the wage slave toils away with the belief they are part of something greater that cares about them as much as they are supposed to care about it. A staged attack on the International Fake Station would make for a great unverifiable claim. Most people would believe the News and Governmental accounts. If they all agreed that there was an alien attack on Mars, then we're going to go to work to build up a space fleet to go to Mars. This might sound ridiculous now, but perhaps not so in the future.