Why Falcon Heavy SpaceX Rocket Launch Is Not Possible On A Flat Earth.

Why Falcon Heavy SpaceX Rocket Launch Is Not Possible On A Flat Earth.

Although George Bush once stated that we don’t have time to entertain conspiracy theories, some conspiracies are more than just a theory. Such is the case with the launch scene of the Falcon Heavy Rocket on April 11th, 2019. The headlines read: “SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket launches its first commercial payload — then aces a triple landing.”

Back in February 2018, the test payload was SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster with a mannequin nicknamed Starman in the driver’s seat.

This time around, the payload was the 13,200-pound Arabsat-6A satellite, which is destined to go into geostationary orbit to provide telecommunications services to the Middle East, Africa and Europe through the Saudi-led Arabsat consortium.

Liftoff from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center created a spectacle. There was a lot of cheering as many people, mostly young people, lined up to see the impossible.

What is so alarming about this is that the inconsistencies were glaringly obvious. There were too many to point them all out. But to name a few: Space X stated that they were leaving the earth, however, the rocket started to turn sideways as it approached the firmament.

Another thing is that Space X showed a picture of nonrotating earth. If we are to believe that Space X was looking back over the earth, then why is the earth not rotating?

The last thing is there was no space debris. If any rocket goes up into space, one would think that there is space debris. However, there was none.

It would seem that Space X and NASA have some explaining to do. Can you explain why these questionable situations exists?