Sending Radio Signals Into Space Exposed
There are several reasons why it’s impossible to send and receive signals to satellites. Exposing sending and receiving radio signals into space. One is the dome or firmament. Another reason is that the distance is too far to send without a relay tower (like the kind we have all over the country.) But to start on this topic you’d have a much harder time to convince someone who is not a flat earth believer. For example, you’ll have to prove that there is a firmament and for people that are not Christian, for people who don’t believe in the Bible, it’ll be a hard thing to do. But there is another area I would like to talk on, that I hope globe earth believers will understand better. But first, I have to talk on another subject and that is a drone.
We all know that the America government uses drones in places like Pakistan, Iraq and Syria. The soldier that is operating the drone could be in Europe or as far away as America. Let’s say that a drone is being used is against an ISIS military truck and the soldier is in Germany. Through the camera the soldier gets video stream of the truck. He then determine it is a military truck from ISIS. So, he steers the drone in position – while looking at his computer monitor. The cross-hair is lined up and he pushes a button that sends a missile which destroys the truck. All well and good.
We all know how this happens and that is, by a radio signal that is sent and received. How was the soldier specifically able to do it? He got REAL TIME video feed and was able to send out REAL TIME signals to the drone. In other words, as soon as the target was lined up he immediately pressed the button which, in turn, immediately fired the missile – thus, the target was hit.
With the recent satellite named “Rosetta” which sent a probe on an asteroid recently, we were told that this took place 3.7 billion miles away. We were told by a senior scientist from the European Space Agency that a probe was launched from the satellite and landed on this asteroid.
Before I go further let’s look at what else we were all told since we were in grade school. We were told that the sun is 93 million miles away and it takes light 8 minutes to reach earth. We were also told that light travels at about the same speed as radio signals. OK, let’s assume all of this is true. We are also told how long it takes a picture or some other signal from any given satellite to reach us – depending on how far away. So, let’s do some math.
Now, check me on my calculations; I might be a little off, but it will not effect what I want to illustrate. Back to the “Rosetta” satellite. This asteroid is 3.7 billions miles away. Light travels at 186,000/per second which is the same for radio signals. Therefore, it will take 19,8924 seconds to travel 3.7 billion miles, which equls 3,315 minutes, which equals 55 hours, which equals 2.3 days.
We were also told that this satellite was flying around an asteroid which was also revolving – looking for a relatively flat place for the probe to land. On top of this we were told that the probe “bounced off” the asteroid twice before it as able to land safely (yea, sure). In other words, signals had to be sent back and forth to earth, which was 3.7 billion miles away! For one signal to be sent to earth and a command to be sent back it would take 110 hours! Think in terms of the signal being sent out from the satellite on Monday and receiving a signal back Thursday evening. Tell me, how in the H can you direct anything with such a huge time lag in between? In other words, there was NO REAL TIME! Yet people at the European Space Agency had to make real time decisions.
You simply can’t give commands to anything by radio signals when there is a time delay and expect to hit your target. Even if the satellite was where Mars is, the time delay of even a few minutes would be too great for it to make any manoeuvres you want it to. If everything was stationary – no moving satellite, no moving asteroid, then, maybe you can hit your target.
When a soldier is directing a drone to hit a target or to fly around buildings, it can do so because the distance is so short that it’s real time. Signals traveling at 186,282 miles per hour from Iraq to the United States you still have “live action,” as we are only talking about a fraction of a second. Imagine if a soldier had to wait even one minute; do you think that the truck, which is traveling, would be able to be hit? (Aside from a heat-seeking missile, of course.) No, as it would take a minute to receive the signal and a minute to send the command, that would be two minutes for the truck to move. Sending a receiving signals in an atmosphere AND with a short distance can be done. But when we are talking about millions of miles or billions of miles of space, it can’t be done.
Hopefully, for all the globe earth believers, who are told this would understand that it’s impossible for signals to be sent and receive in space, and even more ludicrous for delicate manoeuvres to be made when it takes 55 hours to send and 55 hours to receive a signal.