Is There Enough Evidence for Satellites?

Is there enough evidence for satellites?  A few days ago, I did a YouTube post on the topic of satellites.  I wanted to know is there enough evidence that Satellites really existed, or is it all some huge government hoax.  Here’s what we know.  Satellites were the invention of a science fiction writer who went by the name of Arther C Clark.    Born on December 16, 1917, in Minehead, England, Arthur C. Clarke established himself as a preeminent science fiction and nonfiction writer during the mid-20th century. He wrote the novels Childhood’s End and 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was adapted into a film with Stanley Kubrick.   

The imagination of  man

Satellites are really from the vivid imagination of a man with no real notion whether such an idea would work.  Over the years, many science fiction writers have come up with ideas that worked well in the novels that they wrote but have yet to become a reality. Flying cars.  Technically speaking, flying cars have already left conception stages. Back in the early 1970s, two entrepreneurial men, Henry Smolinski and Hal Blake, had the idea to Frankenstein a flying car—literally, by amalgamating a Cessna to a Ford Pinto.  During the first flight, the Cessna detached from the car.  Both men were killed on impact, and, in the years since, no other mass-produced attempts at flying cars.  One popular magazine states that the cost of a flying car would make it too expensive to mass produce.  So we probably wont be seeing any flying cars in the near future.

Faster-than-light travel.

Supersonic speed and light speed both have a “barrier.” For sound, it’s 767 miles per hour; for light, it’s 186,000 miles per second. Staggering figures aside, though, even if it were possible to travel at such near-teleportation velocity (it’s not), traveling faster than light is physically impossible.

Therefore, when it comes to satellites, what do you think makes the satellite the exception to the rule?   I believe it is gravity.  Not that gravity really does exist.  It’s simply that our government wants us to believe that gravity is real.  You see, if gravity is real, then the Big Bang is real.  And if the Big Bang is real, then evolution is real, and if evolution is real, then God does not exist.

Why Do We Need Satellites Then?

People say that they have seen weather reports from satellites and sent me convincing videos of satellites moving through the sky, yet no one has ever been hit by one falling accidentally.   In addition, satellites contribute less than 1% to the earth’s communication technology.  The vast majority of international calls, text messages, and Internet transmissions, which must be ferried through cables that stretch across continents at the bottom of the ocean.  Newsweek magazine states that 99% of all international communication travels through wires.  Houston, we have a problem!  If most communication comes from wires, then something is wrong when we think about the satellite scenario.

The Conspiracy Unveiled 

This is a huge conspiracy.  Mark Twain stated: 

“It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”

It’s just difficult to get people to believe that they’ve been lied to.  However, if we are to take a hard look at the facts, we will see that there is very little evidence for the small boxes traveling in outer space whizing by one another at 1000s of miles per hour, beaming messages back to the earth, without ever crashing into one another. 

The International Space Station

Some people have said they’ve seen the ISS traveling across the sky.   I just don’t know how you can see that object moving that fast.  According to NASA, the international space station is moving a more than 17000 miles per hour.   A bullet rolling out of the barrel of a gun doesn’t move that fast.  Gizmo magazine states that the ISS The International Space Station orbits the Earth at 8 kilometers per second. 

The ISS moves so quickly that if you fired a rifle bullet from one end of a football field, the International Space Station could cross the length of the field before the bullet traveled 10 yards.

If the ISS is traveling at 17,000 miles per hour, you would not see anything maybe but a little blur or a glitch in the sky, yet people have recorded an object that they claim was the ISS for 5 minutes or more. It just means that our sky is filled with things that we do not understand.  

Skyscrapers Hanging from Asteroids.

According to one article, soon the sky will be filled with skyscrapers suspended from asteroids.  According to the Daily Mail .    A New York architecture firm has unveiled designs for a skyscraper that is out of this world.  Deemed the ‘world’s tallest building ever’, Analemma Tower will be suspended from an orbiting asteroid 31,068 miles (50,000 km) above the Earth– and the only way to leave is by parachute.   The orbital path would swing the tower in a figure eight pattern between the northern and southern hemispheres each day, taking residents on a tour through different parts of the world – all in just a 24-hour orbital cycle.

This, of course, is a ridiculous idea.   And very unpractical, yet its the very same kind of unchecked logic necessary for people to believe in satellites.  Perhaps you believe in satellites and you don’t want anything to shake your faith in the achievement of mankind, even if it is not proven, but you must admit, it seems strange that only 1% of international communication comes through good old fashion wires.