Operation Moonwatch

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Operation Moonwatch
« on: June 24, 2016, 01:14:34 PM »
You know he's really on to something because the Illuminati is promoting it for him.

So here's Papa Legba's take on Operation Moonwatch as he told us over the last 2 years. Lots of information here!

Anyone wanting to know what these lights in the sky we're told are satellites etc. really are should look up 'Operation Moonwatch'.

Basically, NASA conned a bunch of amateur astronomers into tracking all the naturally-occurring NEO's for them, so they could later re-assign them as 'satellites' or what-have-you. It was part of the 'International Geophysical Year', 1957-58, another large part of which was Antarctic exploration. Interestingly, 'Sputnik' was launched (& was allegedly visible from the ground with the naked eye, lol!) in late 1957 & the Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1959. Of course, after a few months of the dumb geeks gathering data, those gosh-darned Rooskies launched Sputnik, & good old NASA could tell everyone exactly when it could be viewed passing overhead... Interestingly, 'Sputnik' was launched (& was allegedly visible from the ground with the naked eye, lol!) in late 1957 & the Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1959.

Can you see what they did there?

Like you could see an object the size of a beachball from 100 miles away!


Near-Earth-Objects, or NEO's have been known about for centuries; they used to call them 'wandering stars'. Now they call them 'satellites'. Plus, of course, if these 'satellites' etc. were just trackable NEOs it'd explain why they're visible from 100s of miles away too, as they're basically big lumps of rock that've been heated white-hot in the thermosphere... No need for holograms; just re-name things that've always been there, after getting a bunch of mugs to do the hard work of tracking their orbits for you in the first place...

Simplest & cheapest solution imaginable.

That's what most of the lights-in-the-sky we're told are satellites in fact are.


Here are some photos:

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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2016, 01:24:09 PM »
How is it 'my' 'Operation Moonwatch', 'John'?

Is it the same as how this is 'your' forum?

Maybe Gene Krupa can tell us:


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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2016, 01:33:30 PM »
Good point, you don't own the Moonwatch.

Thanks for the completely nonsensical jazz video. Really is going to help in your efforts for folks on this forum to take Moonwatch seriously.

Edit: 'Thanks' for the 'completely' nonsensical 'jazz' video. Really is going to help in 'your' efforts for 'folks' on this 'forum' to take 'Moonwatch' seriously.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2016, 01:34:31 PM »
You know he's really on to something because the Illuminati is promoting it for him.

So here's Papa Legba's take on Operation Moonwatch as he told us over the last 2 years. Lots of information here!

Anyone wanting to know what these lights in the sky we're told are satellites etc. really are should look up 'Operation Moonwatch'.

Basically, NASA conned a bunch of amateur astronomers into tracking all the naturally-occurring NEO's for them, so they could later re-assign them as 'satellites' or what-have-you. It was part of the 'International Geophysical Year', 1957-58, another large part of which was Antarctic exploration. Interestingly, 'Sputnik' was launched (& was allegedly visible from the ground with the naked eye, lol!) in late 1957 & the Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1959. Of course, after a few months of the dumb geeks gathering data, those gosh-darned Rooskies launched Sputnik, & good old NASA could tell everyone exactly when it could be viewed passing overhead... Interestingly, 'Sputnik' was launched (& was allegedly visible from the ground with the naked eye, lol!) in late 1957 & the Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1959.

Can you see what they did there?

Like you could see an object the size of a beachball from 100 miles away!


Near-Earth-Objects, or NEO's have been known about for centuries; they used to call them 'wandering stars'. Now they call them 'satellites'. Plus, of course, if these 'satellites' etc. were just trackable NEOs it'd explain why they're visible from 100s of miles away too, as they're basically big lumps of rock that've been heated white-hot in the thermosphere... No need for holograms; just re-name things that've always been there, after getting a bunch of mugs to do the hard work of tracking their orbits for you in the first place...

Simplest & cheapest solution imaginable.

That's what most of the lights-in-the-sky we're told are satellites in fact are.


Here are some photos:


Funny how so many of these "natural" objects are in polar orbits and other useful orbits to put satellites into. 

I'd also like to thank the thermosphere for being able to heat up rocks to white-hot despite being so thin, because that makes sense.  I'd especially like to thank certain of those polar-orbiting rocks for being heated up so much during certain parts of their "orbit" (over the flat earth) that they reach magnitude -8 and outshine everything but the moon and sun, but only for people in a 10 km wide swath, and only since 1997, with flares being predictable weeks in advance. 
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2016, 01:50:31 PM »
I'd also like to thank the thermosphere for being able to heat up rocks to white-hot despite being so thin, because that makes sense.  I'd especially like to thank certain of those polar-orbiting rocks for being heated up so much during certain parts of their "orbit" (over the flat earth) that they reach magnitude -8 and outshine everything but the moon and sun, but only for people in a 10 km wide swath, and only since 1997, with flares being predictable weeks in advance.

Did you really just write that?

LOL!!!

You fucking dick.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2016, 02:08:12 PM »
I'd also like to thank the thermosphere for being able to heat up rocks to white-hot despite being so thin, because that makes sense.  I'd especially like to thank certain of those polar-orbiting rocks for being heated up so much during certain parts of their "orbit" (over the flat earth) that they reach magnitude -8 and outshine everything but the moon and sun, but only for people in a 10 km wide swath, and only since 1997, with flares being predictable weeks in advance.

Did you really just write that?

LOL!!!

You fucking dick.

Quote from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satellite_flare#Iridium_flares
Most Iridium satellites are still controlled, so their flares can be predicted. The Iridium communication satellites have a peculiar shape with three polished door-sized antennas, 120 apart and at 40 angles with the main bus. The forward antenna faces the direction the satellite is travelling. Occasionally, an antenna reflects sunlight directly down at Earth, creating a predictable and quickly moving illuminated spot on the surface below of about 10 km (6.2 mi) diameter. To an observer this looks like a bright flash, or flare in the sky, with a duration of a few seconds.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #6 on: June 24, 2016, 02:20:56 PM »
'Iridium Flare'?

Any relation to this guy?



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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #7 on: June 24, 2016, 02:35:11 PM »
Derailing your own thread is a sure sign of defeat. 
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #8 on: June 24, 2016, 03:20:25 PM »
It's not my thread you absolute fucking moron.

John certainly wasn't the one who brought up Operation Moonwatch.  He just moved it to a new thread because he thought it was a good point.  It's not, of course. 
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #9 on: June 24, 2016, 03:25:46 PM »
Maybe if we watch the moon closely we'll be able to figure out what those damn moon pigeons are.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #10 on: June 24, 2016, 04:49:44 PM »
I think the most amazing part is how these near Earth objects emit radio signals.

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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #11 on: June 24, 2016, 05:14:15 PM »
I think the most amazing part is how these near Earth objects emit radio signals.
Some of them emit football games. Pretty convenient if you ask me.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2016, 08:47:43 PM »
If anyone is interested they can take advantage of  doppler shifts to gather some data.

https://amateurgeophysics.wordpress.com/earth-orbiting-satellites/the-doppler-shift-of-satellite-radio-beacons/

They could also research observations made by astronomers throughout history from different cultures and areas of the world.  Then try to find mentions of the stationary objects below.



Someone could also try to figure out what those directional satellite dishes receiving TV signals are pointed at.  Maybe doing something like figuring out the direction and elevation a satellite dish needs to be set at different locations for the same satellite.  The graph it out to estimate the location.

There is other observations that can be made.  I find it odd that people do stuff like tracking satellites for fun, yet people trying to prove something very important like a conspiracy to hide the true shape of the Earth either do not attempt them or keep the results to themselves.


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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2016, 11:07:33 PM »
Why do you post shit like that?

Still, you think it's possible to see an object the size of a beachball from 100 miles away & that satellites aren't made of particles, so any old Harry Potter garbage'll do I guess?
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #14 on: June 25, 2016, 12:26:30 AM »
A number (well 2, that's a number) have queried "Like you could see an object the size of a beachball from 100 miles away!"

Now I do not know if was really true, but the apparent size of Sputnik I at 577 km altitude would be about 0.2" of arc.
The apparent size of Uranus much larger at 3 to 4" of arc, and it is just visible to the naked eye.
But the sun's intensity at Uranus is only about 0.2% of that at earth and the reflectivity of Sputnik I would have been much higher than that of Uranus, so who say that someone could not see Sputnik I if it was in sunlight and the observer in the dark.
So it is highly possible that Sputnik I could have been seen, however much people these days might ridicule the idea!

By the way John and others, how do these random bits of rock heated to white heat in the thermosphere manage to turn up exactly on time revolution after revolution?  ::) ::) Smart little bits of rock those!  ::) ::)


Then you claim that "they're basically big lumps of rock that've been heated white-hot in the thermosphere... ".

John are you really trying to ridicule Flat Earth Society?
Data on the thermosphere shows that the matter density there is too low that an exposed thermometer would read well below zero as heat lost due to radiation would far outweigh any gained from the little matter up there. Probably at the lower end of the thermoshpere an object would gain some heat radiated from earth, but any idea of "white hot objects" in nonsensical - right into İntikam territory!

Secondly, Flat Earthers (plus that agnostic Legba) all seem to deny the possibility rockets travelling in space. Well, however did YOU learn of the properties of the thermosphere from?

Yes, I know! It was from sounding rockets and satellites launched and maintained by NASA!
So please either admit that NASA does launch rockets and satellites into the "infinite vacuum of space" (that's for Papa's benefit!)
or just take back all the stupid nonsense you put forward about the thermosphere.

By the way if you haven't the understanding to see the significance in the video shown in Woody Operation Moonwatch Reply #13 on: June 24, 2016, 08:47:43 PM , I honestly pity you, you are missing so much of the Universe around us.



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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2016, 12:52:49 AM »
Secondly, Flat Earthers (plus that agnostic Legba) all seem to deny the possibility rockets travelling in space. Well, however did YOU learn of the properties of the thermosphere from?

Yes, I know! It was from sounding rockets and satellites launched and maintained by NASA!
So please either admit that NASA does launch rockets and satellites into the "infinite vacuum of space" (that's for Papa's benefit!)
or just take back all the stupid nonsense you put forward about the thermosphere.

This.

I have thought of this before.  FE's see it acceptable using data collected by things like sounding rockets, probes and satellites when they argue the impossibility of space travel. 

If FE's are right it means "they" made up stuff that disproves "they" can send stuff in to space.  If I was going to lie about being able to do something I would not tell people I gathered evidence by doing that something that proves that I can not do that something.


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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2016, 01:21:33 AM »
Again, I don't rightly give a fuck about teh Thermosphere & teh Woody Allen Belts.

But the Fact that NASA's own data contradicts all possibility of shpayze-flyte is very lulzy indeed.

So I shall point at it & laugh if I choose.

There's also a little thing called cold welding of metal in a vacuum that teh satylytezez have to contend with...

Let's hope they don't have any moving metal parts in them; you know, like servos, motors, even hard-drives...

Oh - They do!

Lulz!

Good job they're just NEO's then, ain't it?

And p.s. no, I also do not give a flying fuck what NEO's actually are either...

They're just there & always have been.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2016, 02:03:12 AM »
Again, I don't rightly give a fuck about teh Thermosphere & teh Woody Allen Belts.
But the Fact that NASA's own data contradicts all possibility of shpayze-flyte is very lulzy indeed.
So I shall point at it & laugh if I choose.
There's also a little thing called cold welding of metal in a vacuum that teh satylytezez have to contend with...
Let's hope they don't have any moving metal parts in them; you know, like servos, motors, even hard-drives...
Oh - They do!
Lulz!
Good job they're just NEO's then, ain't it?
And p.s. no, I also do not give a flying fuck what NEO's actually are either...
They're just there & always have been.

So says the self styled expert that thinks he knows everything!
A professor of Mechanical Engineering once (I won't say how many decades ago) said to me:
"You do know what an expert is?" Of course I said I didn't!
So he answered "Ex is the unknown you are trying to find, and the 'spurt' is a 'little drip under pressure'!"

He must have been prescient, foreseeing the 'little drip under pressure' we know as Puppy Legbone!

I have often wondered what you class yourself as?
A "generalist" who "knows nothing about everything" or a "specialist" who "knows everything about nothing".

Mind you, I think that there must be another category especially for Puppy Legbone:
a "nothingist" who knows "nothing" about "anything". Carry on the way you are going and just prove I'm right.

Still having plenty of BrExit days!
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #18 on: June 25, 2016, 02:44:34 AM »
Bet anecdotes like that make you the life & soul of every party you go to, don't they Geoff?

Anyhoo; vacuum welding is a well-established industrial process...

But it don't affect flying trashcans in shpayze...

Somehow?

I'd ask NASA why, but they don't seem to wish to acknowledge the phenomenon exists...

Because Liars is my guess.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #19 on: June 25, 2016, 03:44:24 AM »
Maybe if we watch the moon closely we'll be able to figure out what those damn moon pigeons are.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #20 on: June 25, 2016, 04:17:40 AM »

Anyhoo; vacuum welding is a well-established industrial process...

But it don't affect flying trashcans in shpayze...

Somehow?

I'd ask NASA why, but they don't seem to wish to acknowledge the phenomenon exists...

Because Liars is my guess.
How come YOU think you are the only one that knows of vacuum welding, did you invent it or something? 
I imagine it's been known since before you were born!

So of course NASA knows about "vacuum welding".

Here's some bedtime reading from your favourite authors,  Sept 10, 1992 I believe: Liquid Lubrication for Space Applications.
There's also lots of stuff of the selection of suitable metals and the use of solid lubricants.

This one is more for earth bound vacuum chambers, but a similar problem: Materials for use in vacuum.

That was about 5 minutes work, and you were too lazy to look it up.

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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #21 on: June 25, 2016, 06:45:29 AM »
Time-wasting prick aintcha?

Your NASA pdf makes one vague, non-specific reference to vacuum welding and admits that little data on the problem exists and adds unhelpfully 'The designer should keep in mind that the lack of air and the wearing away of surface oxidants could be a problem'...

So I guess NASA do acknowledge vacuum welding but only insofar as saying they have no data on, or solutions to, the problem.

Which is pretty much what I claimed.

Besides; liquid lubricants in a hard vacuum?

GTFO!

And your other link was wiki-garbage so I didn't bother reading it.

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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #22 on: June 25, 2016, 10:45:37 AM »
Time-wasting prick aintcha?

Your NASA pdf makes one vague, non-specific reference to vacuum welding and admits that little data on the problem exists and adds unhelpfully 'The designer should keep in mind that the lack of air and the wearing away of surface oxidants could be a problem'...

So I guess NASA do acknowledge vacuum welding but only insofar as saying they have no data on, or solutions to, the problem.

Which is pretty much what I claimed.

Besides; liquid lubricants in a hard vacuum?

GTFO!

And your other link was wiki-garbage so I didn't bother reading it.

Summary: you are a drunken lying fucking shill.

Do you want me to offer links or do you not know how to use a search engine like Google?

There is plenty of information from NASA and other space agencies.

Here is something you seem not to be aware of.  People come up with solutions to problems all the time. 

Lets look at something earth bound and I am familiar with.  Galvanic corrosion.  It is a problem to overcome on boats and people came up with solutions.

I am more than willing to link you things from NASA, ESA, and other sources that talk about cold fusion and solutions to minimize or eliminate the chances.  It has been a problem since the first satellite launches and a problem people found solutions for.


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Re: Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #23 on: June 25, 2016, 11:39:00 AM »

Got to give you that.  I was looking into cold fusion after having a conversation with a friend.

I think you are smart enough to realize I was talking about cold/vacuum welding.

How about responding with something that provides evidence there is no solution to the problem?  I can find things that my experience say would either eliminate the problem or reduce the chances of it occurring to acceptable levels.

A lot of problems exist.  So do a lot of solutions.

It seems you think if something is a problem there is nothing that can be done. 
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2016, 02:31:12 PM »

So I guess NASA do acknowledge vacuum welding

Besides; liquid lubricants in a hard vacuum?

So the font of all knowledge speaks again!
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There could be a use for "liquid lubricants in a hard vacuum" if they are liquids that do not evaporate in a vacuum.

And where is your evidence that it a current problem?

Oh, the PAPA LEGBA knows everything - he doesn't need evidence!

I do suppose you have a business making billions of Mickey Mouse Pounds (sorry Sterling) telling everybody that what they are doind does not work!

Of course when they go off and find those things really DO work and the Puppy Legbone lied again theu might not be happy!

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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #25 on: June 25, 2016, 09:08:04 PM »
Now go to sleep little baby, papa's got you all bothered.
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Re: Operation Moonwatch
« Reply #26 on: June 26, 2016, 01:51:02 AM »
Look at this diagram of the organisation of Operation Moonwatch:

http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4202/p6-101.jpg

Notice something lulzy about how the amateur groups were kept informed of predictions?
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