Do a Google Search for “photos of satellites,” then click “Images,” and all you will find are artist’s renditions and computer generated images of so-called satellites. Some of the images look more realistic than others, but if you take a really close look, you will see that all of the search results are not actual photos at all! Here… I’ve made it easy for you to do the search: Just click here.
Here below are literally the first five results in the search. You can see just how fake these photos look once you look at them with new eyes. When we do this Google search, why aren’t there any photos of satellites on the ground before the so-called launch? And if these are real photos of satellites, then who or what is taking the photographs? Most of the images that show up in the search are even admitted to be artist’s renderings:
The is no “outer space” in which the Moon is 238,000 miles away, and the Sun is 93 Million miles away, and the stars are trillions and trillions of miles away, etc. etc. And since there is no space, then it naturally follows that it is impossible to launch “satellites” into space and have them orbit around a so-called ball Earth. Have you or anyone else ever seen a satellite launch? Probably not. If you have, you probably either saw the launch fail as the rocket exploded, or the rocket made a giant parabola in the sky, eventually going out of sight and crashing somewhere out in the ocean. How come successful NASA rocket launches (forget the massive number of failed launches) never go straight up and into “space”? Why do they travel on a parabola, and even appear to make their way back down to the Earth before they go out of sight?
Check out this video of a supposedly “successful” satellite launch. This is apparently India’s space program. Notice that the rocket’s path is a giant parabola. Near the end of the video it even appears that the rocket is headed back down towards the Earth!!! But we are supposed to believe that this rocket made it into “space” and that there is now a satellite orbiting the Earth as a result?
Now, there may be “satellites” in the sense that there may exist some kind of aircraft or some other kind of technology flying at high altitudes in our own atmosphere.
“But what about cell phone transmissions and satellite TV transmissions?” you may ask. The answer to that is simple. All so-called satellite television and cell phone transmissions are accomplished through ground-based technologies.
“But what about all of the “satellite” photos that I see on Google Earth?” No, those are not taken by satellites in space. They are taken by high-altitude drone planes. Any images on Google Earth that show a curved Earth or any semblance of a spherical planet are artists renderings that are seamlessly married together with actual high-altitude photos. This article here says, “… the folks at Google Earth remind us that you’re not zooming in on just one picture. You’re actually going through a succession — seamlessly — of closer and closer shots, making the transition from a NASA shuttle shot to a satellite shot to a photograph made from an airplane. So that’s how they get such good close-up resolution.” But like I said, the “NASA shuttle shots” and “satellite shots” are computer generated/artist renderings.
“But what about the little dots of light that I see move across the sky on a dark, starry night?” I don’t know what those are… nobody does, but you can bet the house that they are not satellites in space. If I had to guess, I would say that we are seeing some kind of aircraft flying at high altitude. We are told that satellites are about the size of a school bus, and we are also told that they are about 90 miles away. Now, do you think we could see a school bus from 90 miles away? No, we couldn’t. It would be completely gone from our perspective.
This article here says, “…Earth’s orbit is actually crowded with a ton of stuff, from human-made satellites to many smaller pieces of debris whirling around at dangerously high speeds, as the film Gravity so memorably dramatized. In fact, there are an estimated 500,000 or so smaller orbital debris (between one and 10 centimeters in diameter) and about 21,000 larger bits (larger than 10 centimeters) spinning around Earth right now…” And I’ve seen an “official” figure of 2,271 man-made satellites in orbit around the Earth. Read the full article if you want a good laugh; it is an excellent example of the kind of fake research and stories that are produced by this factory of lies called NASA, with help from its sister-company in crime called “Hollywood.”
The article points to this ridiculous website here that supposedly “tracks the paths of hundreds of thousands of orbital objects in real-time.” Does anyone actually believe this?
So if there is all this stuff orbiting in space, including almost 2,300 satellites, then why do we never see any of this debris, nor any satellites whatsoever in any photos that come from the (fake) International Space Station, or from any of NASA’s other space missions. Why don’t we see these things? Obviously because nobody is actually in space, there are no satellites, and it would be way too difficult and take way too much effort to accurately fake photos and images of debris and satellites. This is why there were also no stars shown in any of Apollo 11’s so-called photos of Earth. They were too difficult to fake and would have likely been easily debunked if they had tried to place all of the stars in their appropriate places so that the lie would be believable. So they said, “Just forget about the stars. We’ll tell people that we couldn’t see them because of our position relative to the Sun.”
Can anyone show me a good photograph of a so-called satellite? I’d like to see one.