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The Hubble Space Telescope defies Newton’s Third law of physics

The Hubble Space Telescope defies Newton’s Third law of physics According to NASA’s own admissions here; https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/hubble/story/index.html The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) a low earth orbiting observatory, has no thrusters of any kind and that its internal gyroscopes are not navigational gyroscopes but are only

A love letter to all calcified pineal gland carriers

A love letter to all calcified pineal gland carriers Dear Globe Bots, It doesn’t matter how many galaxies, stars, planets, or moons you can see through your monoculared telescope…since there is no curve this place is FLAT. This place was always flat and this place

Has modern day book burning officially begun?

Has modern day book burning officially begun? So I was browsing the earth.nullschool.net web app and noticed that their Azimuthal Equidistant map projection (AE) conveniently shows a globe instead of a circular disk like it had previously to the public finding out about the flat