Well, the short answer would be : “They are all tethered to balloons, flying 10-12 miles up”.
But here is the thing…most globetards will say that satellites are in space, orbiting the spinning globe Earth.Even if you argue, with scientific facts, that satellites cannot, ever, survive in space for maybe 24-48 hours, they will come up with extremely idiotic explanations why the satellites don’t melt.
I tried, countless times, to explain the globe heads I had the “pleasure” to debate with, why the satellites will basically stop working in a very short time, and they will either fall back to Earth, be lost in space, or just simply melt.For a globe head, the thermodynamics laws do no exists, Newton’s laws of motions somehow do no apply to satellites, and chemistry have no place when talking about the elements and alloys used to build satellites.
They know , for sure, that satellites exists, and they even say that we can SEE THEM flying over, during night-time.
This is what I want to talk about.Not physics, not chemistry, not math.Just common sense.So, the globetards will argue to death, that they SEE satellites during night-time.
Let’s see if what they see are satellites.First, we need to see how many artificial satellites are up there.Any reliable source, from NASA, to JPL, to prestigious University sites, and space dedicated sites, come up with basically the same numbers.
And the numbers are…we launched about 8,000 artificial satellites in history, and now, there are close to 4,000 ACTIVE satellites.So far so good.How many of those 4,000 satellites fly in low orbit, according to those sources?Roughly half of the active satellites fly in low orbit, so, about 2,000 satellites.
Out of those 2,000 satellites, roughly 1,000 should be visible with the naked eye.Now, since a satellite in low orbit travels at about 17,000 miles per hour, during, let’s say, a 8 hour-long nigh-time, it will orbit the Earth about 3 times.
So, we have about 1,000 satellites in low orbit that are visible with the naked eye, and travel roughly 3 times around the Earth during a 8 hour-long night-time.That is 3,000 light dots in 8 hours…which basically means 375 per hour.
Houston, we have a problem…375 dots of light per hour is roughly 6 per minute, or 1 every 10 seconds.The night sky should be a fantastic spectacle, with lights crossing the sky every 10 seconds.But, that never, ever, EVER, happened.
If a globetard, after reading this, still believes that those 2-3 dots of lights he sees, in AN ENTIRE NIGHT, are satellites…my question is : “Where are the rest of the light dots, up to 3,000?”
I have seen those dots of light, lots of times, since I was a 10-year-old, but I never seen more than 3, and most of the nights, I have seen 2 of those light dots.I was 100% SURE that they were satellites…until 2015, when I became a flat earther.
I have no idea what those 2-3 light dots are, but now I am 100% SURE they are NOT satellites.
If anyone can explain this paradox, where we have 1,000 naked-eye visible satellites, circling the Earth 3 times in a 8 hour night, why do we see 2-3 of them during one night, when we should see ONE EVERY 10 SECONDS?
The night sky should be, EVERY NIGHT, more spectacular that any meteor shower.But, it is not.
Flat Earth Education.