Company’s Space Travel Plans Using Balloons Reveals the Vacuum of Space is a Myth

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The company, Space Perspective 1, is revealing that what has been portrayed as outer space travel is actually travel within the atmosphere no higher than100,000 feet in altitude. The company promotes the journey they will provide as equivalent to the journey, with the same views, enjoyed by astronauts. The company will use a massive balloon to achieve its mission of sending people into “space.” Ines Ferre, reporting for Yahoo Finance states: “Imagine gliding into space in a pressurized capsule via a huge balloon the size of a football stadium. That’s how one startup plans to take tourists on suborbital journeys 100,000 feet above Earth.” 2


As all know, balloons do not work in a vacuum, and outer space is alleged to be a near-perfect vacuum. A balloon would explode when entering a near-perfect vacuum. The use of the balloon proves that the mission will not, in fact, be entering the alleged vacuum of space.


Not only do balloons not work in a vacuum but also rockets do not work in a vacuum. That’s correct. NASA’s claimed travel into space using rockets is a myth. There is no such thing as the vacuum of outer space.


Indeed, space travel is premised on using rockets in the vacuum of space. Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of physics knows that rockets require a fulcrum to push against to move. 3 On the earth the fulcrum is initially the ground, and after liftoff the fulcrum is the atmosphere. Space is supposed to be an empty vacuum. In a vacuum, there is nothing to act as a fulcrum for a rocket to push against. A rocket in the vacuum of space would be useless. 4


There may very well be objects in the atmosphere that perform the functions of what are today called satellites. But these satellites are not in outer space; they are actually tethered beneath massive helium balloons, floating very high in the atmosphere. 5 Indeed, a little-known fact is that NASA annually consumes millions of cubic feet of gaseous helium that it uses to fill balloons to carry satellites into the upper atmosphere. 6


In 2014, NASA contracted with Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. of Allentown, Pennsylvania, to supply “128.6 million cubic feet of gaseous helium to support operations at 13 NASA locations” 7 over the next five years, from 2015 to 2019. Yet in a report to Congress by the Secretary of the Interior, it was revealed that NASA needed a total of 401,535 million cubic feet of gaseous helium from 2015 to 2019. 8 The 2015 report states that “[t]he two major Federal users of helium are NASA and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).” 9 The report reveals that NASA consumes more than twice the helium consumption of the entire U.S. Military. It is not clear why the contract to supply NASA’s helium needs understates the actual needs of NASA by almost threefold.


Of course, NASA has a ready cover story for this massive helium consumption by what is supposed to be a space agency. In its publically posted 2014 document awarding the helium supply contract, NASA reported its reason for needing helium.

 

Helium is used throughout NASA as a cryogenic agent for cooling various materials and in precision welding applications, as well as lab use. Helium also is used as an inert purge gas for hydrogen systems and as a pressurizing agent for ground and flight fluid systems of space vehicles. 10


Notice that there is no mention of using helium for balloon projects. But in the 2015 report to Congress, the Secretary of the Interior explained in detail one of the reasons NASA needed helium. It was a reason that NASA did not mention in its public notice of the helium contract. The 2015 Congressional report states that “[h]elium is used at all NASA Field Centers, as well as at NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF) for their balloon campaigns in Antarctica and in the United States.” 11 The real reason NASA needs helium is to fill balloons for floating objects in the upper atmosphere that they falsely portray as satellites located in outer space.


Who knew that NASA had such an extensive balloon program? NASA seems to be keeping the wraps on its balloon program. No doubt, they are concerned that people will add 2+2 together and realize that the NASA balloon program is actually the NASA satellite launch program, which is why they did not mention it in their publically posted helium contract. All of the gee-whiz rocket launches of alleged satellites are just theater to be shown on the nightly news to convince the public that satellites are being launched into space. There have been hundreds of NASA rocket launches of satellites reported in the news. But there is never any mention of NASA balloon launches.


Google, which is a company with a market capitalization of more than 700 billion dollars, with deep ties to the CIA, is certainly capable of launching space satellites, if space were real. Google has, instead, decided to forgo the facade of launching space satellites. Instead, Google has embarked on a program to launch atmospheric satellites tethered to helium balloons to provide worldwide internet service. Google explains its balloon strategy, which it calls Project Loon:

 

We aim to launch and maintain a fleet of balloons to provide Internet coverage to users on the ground, with our Autolaunchers capable of safely and consistently launching a new balloon every 30 minutes. We have flown over 25 million km of test flights to date since the project began – with one of our record-breaking balloons surviving for 190 days aloft in the stratosphere. 12


According to Google, “transceivers transmit connectivity from ground stations, across balloons, and back down to users’ LTE phones.” 13 And just like the satellites that are supposed to be traveling in mythical outer space, “solar panels power the equipment during the day and charge an onboard battery to allow for nighttime operation.” 14 The technology for the Loon balloon satellites is essentially that of cell towers. Google explains that “Project Loon has taken the most essential components of a cell tower and redesigned them to be light enough and durable enough to be carried by a balloon 20 km up in the stratosphere.” 15


Notice that there would be a regular need for balloon assisted satellites, as each atmospheric satellite could only, at most, last 190 days. Under that program, there would be a constant need for replacement balloon satellites. Google is one of the few companies to publically announce a balloon satellite program, but it is not the only player in the balloon satellite game. Satellite company OneWeb has entered into a joint venture with Airbus to construct the manufacturing capacity to build up to 15 satellites per week. “The initial production of 900 satellites is planned for launch into low Earth orbit beginning in 2018, to deliver affordable Internet access globally.” 16 OneWeb portrays the satellites as being placed in low Earth orbit in space; but it is incredible to suggest that they would have 900 rocket launches in 2018. It is quite clear that OneWeb’s planned manufacturing capacity is for low atmospheric satellites tethered on helium balloons.


This author personally attended the Satellite 2018 conference. 17 Oddly, it was a satellite conference with no actual satellites on display. That is not an exaggeration. I saw a total of four small models of satellites, two hanging by strings (approximately 3 feet in breadth from end to end, including the solar panels), one in a display case and one on a table (each about 12 inches in breadth from end to end, including the solar panels), but there were no actual satellites on display. There were all kinds of massive ground-based parabolic antennae, mock-ups of ground communication centers, and other large telecommunications equipment on display, but no actual satellites.


Imagine attending a car show that, instead of automobiles themselves, had booths dedicated to displaying the wonders of gasoline stations and car washes. Suppose that the only cars on display were a handful of small plastic models. Such an occurrence would be surreal. The Satellite 2018 conference was that kind of surreal experience. It was a satellite show with no real satellites on display.


It is hard to put something on display that does not actually exist. It is easier to create a false reality using CGI, or small plastic models that are portrayed as miniature replicas, than it is to create a convincing physical construction of what is supposed to be a real satellite. What if the materials used in the CGI cannot be convincingly fabricated? You can imagine the difficulty in creating an object that is supposed to work in space, but when put on display may be subjected to scrutiny that would likely reveal that it could not possibly work as designed. That is a risk that the devil and his minions could not take. And so, there were no actual satellites on display at the Satellite 2018 conference.


One of the small satellite models was by OneWeb on a display podium with a graphic that warned not to take pictures of it. Why would there be a warning not to take a picture? It looked no more sophisticated than a fun-meal toy. There was nothing about the model that was materially different from the many graphics displayed in the videos being projected and the publications handed out at the conference. Could it be that OneWeb did not want pictures taken because the display was so pathetic that it would undermine its credibility as a legitimate satellite manufacturer? It must be worrisome to portray yourself as a manufacturer of something that doesn’t actually exist.


This author walked throughout the entire Satellite 2018 conference area and only saw four booths from companies that claimed that they made things for satellites (not including the few other companies like OneWeb, Airbus, and Boeing who claim to build entire satellites). Every other booth addressed ground signal reception and dissemination of alleged satellite signals. This author spoke with one engineer who worked for a company that claimed to make thrusters for satellites in space. The engineer admitted that the thrusters his company made require that they expel a mass in order to work in space. He explained that is necessary because in the vacuum of space the simple thrust from a rocket does not work because there is no atmosphere to push against. So the thruster must supply the mass necessary to push against when in space. He stated that all satellites must have their own onboard fuel and that the fuel will run out within 15 years. As my questions became more searching, the company officials became very interested in who I was and who I represented.


The account of creation in Genesis refutes the commonly held view of a spherical earth that is surrounded by an endless vacuum of “space.” In Genesis 1:6 we read that “God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.” A firmament is something that is hard. Indeed, in Job the firmament is likened to a strong, molten looking glass. “Hast thou with him spread out the sky, which is strong, and as a molten looking glass?” (Job 37:18) A looking glass is a highly polished reflective surface.


The firmament divides the waters, which means that there is water above the firmament in heaven. Indeed, all one needs to do is look skyward to see the blue water that is above the firmament. The blue sky is not the atmosphere as claimed by scientists; the blue sky is the water above the canopy of the firmament. “Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that be above the heavens.” (Psalms 148:4) God placed the sun, moon, and stars in the firmament.

 

And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years: And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so. (Genesis 1:14-15)


Nowhere in the Bible does God state that the earth is a globe. In fact, God expressly states that the face of the earth is a circle. “It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:” (Isaiah 40:22) A circle is two-dimensional and flat. A circle requires all points on the circumference to be equidistant from the center and on the same plane. 18 A sphere, on the other hand, is a three-dimensional object in the shape of a ball. 19 All points on the circumference of a sphere are equidistant from the center, but those points are not on the same plane. 20 That means that a circle cannot be a sphere, and a sphere cannot be a circle. They are mutually exclusive. To say otherwise is straightforward dissimulation.


That does not mean that the earth is two dimensional, as the earth certainly has depth. Rather, it means that the earth has a face that is a flat circle. Amos 9:6. It is “the circle of the earth.” A globe, on the other hand, is a three dimensional ball. Isaiah knew the difference between a ball and a circle. See Isaiah 22:18. If Isaiah meant ball in Isaiah 40:22, he would have said ball. He didn’t say ball, because the earth is not a ball. There can be no confusion here. God is stating that the face of the earth is a flat circle and the heavens are spread like a tent over that circle.


In the Bible, it states in reference to wisdom: “I was there: when he set a compass upon the face of the depth.” (Proverbs 8:27) Notice God set a compass upon the face of the depth. What does compass mean in that context? Certainly, a compass is a directional instrument, but the word compass means more than that. Compass also means a circular boundary; the limit or boundary of a space, and the space included; encircle; to surround; to inclose on all sides; a circular course. 21 A compass is a flat circular boundary. In Proverbs 8:27 we have God encircling the seas with a boundary. That can only happen on a flat earth. The boundary of the seas is the ice rim of Antarctica. The globular myth is that one can circumnavigate the globe by going around Antarctica, because it is believed to be a continent in the southern most part of a spherical earth. The globular earth myth does not have a circular boundary for the seas, as stated in Proverbs 8:27. “Let God be true, but every man a liar.” (Romans 3:4)


God’s creation of a stationary earth is a testimony to his truth. In Psalms 33:4-9 we find that just as “the word of the LORD is right,” so also “he spake, and it was done.” In the same way, “all his works are done in truth,” so also “he commanded, and it stood fast.” Just as his word is true, so also does the earth, that was created by his word, stand fast.


For more information about the stationary and flat earth read The Greatest Lie on Earth (Expanded Edition) 22 and The Sphere of Influence 23.




Endnotes

2

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/space-tourism-huge-balloon-with-a-bar-to-take-tourists-to-space-for-125000-a-ticket-164515907.html.

3

Brian Mullin, Ball’s Out Physics Episode 5.0: Propulsion in Space, April 1, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8C0mStHdV0. Brian Mullin, Ball’s Out Physics Episode 5.1: Propulsion in a Vacuum Chamber, April 4, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq4fGmYoiqs. Mirrored at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrNeuOhjBh4 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyPb5DByIPY. See also Flat Earth – Physics 101 – Newton’s 3rd Law, October 11, 2017, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1X86guBXWfo.

4

Scientist Shows Proof That Rockets Do Not Work In The Vacuum of Space, October 11, 2017, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnf_f4rogtg&index=2&list=WL.

5

MUST SEE!!! No satellites in space! Just balloons above the Flat Earth, October 12, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxXGcc5OdmA.

6

NASA Awards Agency-wide Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE C14-036, September 25, 2014, https://www.nasa.gov/press/2014/september/nasa-awards-agency-wide-helium-contract/. See also NASA Awards Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE : C09-045, Sept. 8, 2009, https://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/sep/HQ_C09-045_Helium_Contract.html.

7

NASA Awards Agency-wide Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE C14-036, September 25, 2014, https://www.nasa.gov/press/2014/september/nasa-awards-agency-wide-helium-contract/. See also NASA Awards Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE : C09-045, Sept. 8, 2009, https://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/sep/HQ_C09-045_Helium_Contract.html.

8

Report to Congress on Items Required by Sec. 19 of the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013 Public Law 113-40, as Authorized under 50 U.s.c. 167 by the Secretary of the Interior, at 3, September 2015, https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/NM_Report%20to%20Congress%20Section%2019%20HSA_FINAL%20to%20DC%20062015%20Sec%20508%20Compliant.pdf.

9

Report to Congress on Items Required by Sec. 19 of the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013 Public Law 113-40, as Authorized under 50 U.s.c. 167 by the Secretary of the Interior, at 3, September 2015, https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/NM_Report%20to%20Congress%20Section%2019%20HSA_FINAL%20to%20DC%20062015%20Sec%20508%20Compliant.pdf.

10

NASA Awards Agency-wide Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE C14-036, September 25, 2014, https://www.nasa.gov/press/2014/september/nasa-awards-agency-wide-helium-contract/. See also NASA Awards Helium Contract, CONTRACT RELEASE : C09-045, Sept. 8, 2009, https://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/sep/HQ_C09-045_Helium_Contract.html.

11

Report to Congress on Items Required by Sec. 19 of the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013 Public Law 113-40, as Authorized under 50 U.s.c. 167 by the Secretary of the Interior, at 4, September 2015, https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/NM_Report%20to%20Congress%20Section%2019%20HSA_FINAL%20to%20DC%20062015%20Sec%20508%20Compliant.pdf.

12

Project Loon, Google, https://x.company/loon/ (last visited on April 15, 2018).

13

Project Loon, Google, https://x.company/loon/technology/ (last visited on April 15, 2018).

14

Project Loon, Google, https://x.company/loon/technology/ (last visited on April 15, 2018).

15

Project Loon, Google, https://x.company/loon/technology/ (last visited on April 15, 2018).

16

OneWeb Satellites, http://onewebsatellites.com/ (last visited on April 15, 2018).

17

Satellite 2018, March 12-18, 2018, http://2018.satshow.com/.

18

Basic Information About Circles, Math Planet, https://www.mathplanet.com/education/geometry/circles/basic-information-about-circles (last visited on March 30, 2019). Sphere, https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/circle (last visited on April 22, 2019).

19

Sphere, https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/sphere.html (last visited on April 22, 2019). Sphere, https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/sphere (last visited on April 22, 2019).

20

Sphere, https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/sphere.html (last visited on April 22, 2019). Sphere, https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/sphere (last visited on April 22, 2019).

21

Compass, American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828, http://1828.mshaffer.com/d/word/compass.

22

https://www.google.com/books/edition/The_Greatest_Lie_on_Earth_Expanded_Editi/QDVuDwAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=0.

23

https://www.google.com/books/edition/_/JzSSxgEACAAJ?hl=en&kptab=getbook.

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6 thoughts on “Company’s Space Travel Plans Using Balloons Reveals the Vacuum of Space is a Myth

  1. That is less than 19 miles up. As the Air Force proved in the 1950’s nothing has flown over 100 miles up. As our close small sun burns up anything once the plane, or rocket, etc. gets out of our protective atmosphere. Hence, the Air Force knows NASA faked all the orbits and flights. No one went to the moon. Also, there are no satellites. Thanks for your excellent books Edward. The flat earth truth will be mainstream, eventually. All the airlines know it already.

  2. Oops, guess my working as a “satellite systems engineer” for many years was all a sham. Not to mention that my late husband, Harold Rosen, is known as “the father of the geostationary satellite.”

    Well, this shoddy thinking is too bad, because otherwise this site is fabulous. I’m HUGELY grateful for Edward Hendrie and Great Mountain Publishing for providing a way for me to download Peter Duesberg’s book “The Invention of AIDS” — THANK YOU!!!!

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