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Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
« on: September 03, 2022, 01:11:05 AM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #1 on: September 03, 2022, 06:21:17 AM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #2 on: September 03, 2022, 08:55:20 AM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #3 on: September 03, 2022, 10:22:30 AM »
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  • Fraud is obvious to anyone who knows anything about IT.

    So they somehow "beamed" high definition photo data from one MILLION miles away, as the earth is "rotating" and this telescope is "revolving" at breakneck speeds.  Where's the receiver?  In order to have such high bandwidth, you need a narrow band and higher gigahertz beam.  It's well known that the higher gigahertz you have, the worse the range is.  In your home WiF, the newer ones allow you to choose between 2.4 and 5 gigahertz.  You get much better data throughput at 5, but the 5 has a much shorter range, where you almost have to be sitting in the same room to get the signal.

    We see that now with the 5G.  Yes, you can get much greater bandwidth with 5G, but the tradeoff is that you have to put 5G antennas every hundred yards.  You can't just put up a cell tower and go for a mile or two as you could with 4G.

    You could send a wider beam of course, like a radio signal, but the high definition throughput is not possible with a wider signal.  With a wider beam signal, you'd be lucky to get the old 2400 baud speeds of the old dialup modems.

    If we had this technology, you could set up one very large cell tower and have it be sufficient to cover the entire US.  But the power required for such a thing would be tremendous ... and I'm sure they have that kind of power supply on a satellite with a few solar panels on it.

    This thing is a joke from beginning to end, but the general population thinks that NASA has some "magic" technology not available to the rest of the world, something that the private sector would LOVE to take advantage of -- and would certainly have developed long ago if it were possible.  I worked at NASA, and I can assure you that their technology is always at least 10 years out of date.  That's because their projects go on for a decade at least, and if the tech has improved by the end of the project, it's way too late to change it out.

    This is to say nothing of all the interference that you'd get from cosmic rays and cosmic radiation against the signal.  This is utterly laughable.

    Here's what NASA says on their website about it:
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    How will Webb communicate with scientists at Earth?

    The Webb will send science and engineering data to Earth using a high frequency radio transmitter. Large radio antennas that are part of the NASA Deep Space Network will receive the signals and forward them to the Webb Science and Operation Center at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

    :laugh1: :laugh1: :laugh1:

    "radio" transmitter and an antenna in Baltimore that will "forward" the signals to NASA.  LOL.  I'll bet any money that these are "forwarded" using broadband ethernet ... and we know darn well that the pictures are originating from on earth.  That signal would never have a chance to get through the Van Allen Belt.

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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #4 on: September 03, 2022, 11:12:02 PM »
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  • I'm not saying the telescope is real, but radio signals can be transmitted at high power through a highly focused emitter, and received by similar high gain radio telescopes. What's harder to believe is them still receiving signals from voyager who's signal is like a billionth of a billionth of a watt (or whatever they say it is) by the time it reaches earth. I guess in theory they could have sent a command to reprogram voyager to send a signal very slowly, so they can better amplify the signal similar to long exposure night sky imaging.
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #5 on: September 04, 2022, 04:33:10 AM »
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  • I'm not saying the telescope is real, but radio signals can be transmitted at high power through a highly focused emitter, and received by similar high gain radio telescopes. What's harder to believe is them still receiving signals from voyager who's signal is like a billionth of a billionth of a watt (or whatever they say it is) by the time it reaches earth. I guess in theory they could have sent a command to reprogram voyager to send a signal very slowly, so they can better amplify the signal similar to long exposure night sky imaging.

    Sure, you can send a "radio" signal, but you absolutely cannot send a concentrated signal capable of decent bandwidth that would permit the transmission of a high definition photos over those distances.  I defy anyone to send a MB of data across a radio signal.

    If you could transmit high bandwidth across radio signals, they would have done it already on earth, allowing internet access around the world through radio signals.

    Closest they have come is a microwave beam across the Mediterranean, but type of beam that would allow high bandwidth would be a very narrow and targeted beam that has to be line of sight and precisely aimed.  You'd have to hit the target spot on, and the amount of power required to generate such a beam is extremely high.

    https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2016/02/08/965626/0/en/Exalt-Sets-New-World-Record-for-Microwave-Link-Distance.html

    This explains how microwave broadband needs to be line of sight ...
    https://waveinternet.co.uk/line-of-sight-broadband/

    Yet Exalt Wireless was able to send a signal across the Mediterranean over 235 kilometer, which is simply not possible if the earth were a globe.  This is actually an extremely compelling argument for Flat Earth, by the way.

    But to send a narrow band beam like a microwave, it would have to be targeted and precisely aimed, and the though of a satellite beaming such a signal a million miles and then hitting precisely a receiver somewhere on the earth, when the earth is rotating at up to 1000MPH and Webb is allegedly moving at 720MPH ... it's laughable.  At best you might be able to hit the earth somehow, but to have a scattered signal that could be picked up anywhere on earth and yet be concentrated enough to transmit high-definition images ... that's absolutely impossible.

    Oh, and another compelling argument for flat earth is the Knickebein system invented and used by the nαzιs during WW2 --




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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #6 on: September 04, 2022, 04:49:14 AM »
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  • Back to Exalt Wireless, transmitting a line-of-sight microwave beam 235 kilometers over the Mediterranean.

    https://www.omnicalculator.com/physics/earth-curvature

    Put in 235 kilometers.  Even if they had their transmission tower at 1,000 feet tall (roughly the height of the World Trade Center) [I believe someone found info that it was 150 feet tall, but we know it wasn't 1,000.], the target would be hidden by 7,600+ feet due to the curvature of the earth.

    So how did they transmit a line of sight microwave beam to a target on the other side of the Mediterranean that should have been hidden by 7,600 feet of globe curvature?

    Now, let's play the refraction game here, pretending that refraction can bend the microwaves around the curvature.  Well, good luck with that.  You'd have to have the perfect humidity / density to properly direct the signal to the other end, and this signal would fail if you didn't have the precise necessary atmospheric conditions ... making it useless for establishing internet connectivity.

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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #7 on: September 04, 2022, 10:02:27 AM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #8 on: October 06, 2022, 02:33:07 PM »
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  • So, is the general vibe here that the James Webb isn't a real telescope, or that it might just be a piece of space junk utterly incapable of doing what NASA claims?

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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #9 on: October 06, 2022, 02:46:51 PM »
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  • So, is the general vibe here that the James Webb isn't a real telescope, or that it might just be a piece of space junk utterly incapable of doing what NASA claims?
    Considering that it produces a black and white image with a couple of dots I think it can be safely dismissed as something useless at the very least.

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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #10 on: October 06, 2022, 02:50:13 PM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #11 on: October 06, 2022, 06:26:07 PM »
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    Re: Nasa Expose The James Webb Space Telescope
    « Reply #12 on: October 06, 2022, 10:51:19 PM »
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  • So, is the general vibe here that the James Webb isn't a real telescope, or that it might just be a piece of space junk utterly incapable of doing what NASA claims?

    Yes, that's my opinion.  From my perspective, the claim that they can broadcast HIGH DEFINITION image data from a million miles away is preposterous.  To get that kind of bandwidth, you'd need a relatively narrow band, and the narrower the band, the worse the range ... AND you've have to hit the target on a receiver spot on, while the earth is "rotating" at 1000MPH and Webb is travelling at high speed.  Just not possible.

    If it were possible, this would long ago have been exploited by the commercial sector.  You'd have radio towers beaming high-speed internet all over the world.  I'd get on my ham radio and send high definition data halfway around the world with some kind of modem.

    Yes, you have cell towers that are capable of higher bandwidth ... but, as I mentioned, their RANGE decreases significantly.  You have to be within a mile or two of a cell tower to get that kind of bandwith.  And, with 5G, where you have even higher bandwidth, you have to be even much closer than that to a cell tower.  And to get that kind of bandwidth, these towers require a huge amount of electricity.

    Ah, you could say, but they get better range because they don't have atmosphere in space.  On the contrary, the massive amount of radiation in space, or, rather, alleged to be in alleged space, especially as the signals made it back through the Van Allen Belt, the amount of radiation would create massive interference and hopelessly corrupt the data.  You also have the magic "Ionosphere" which bounces radio waves off it it when it's convenient (to explain how radio waves came travel halfway around a "globe") but then completely disappers when its' incoveniet, alllowing radio signals to pass through without issues.

    This is simply not possible that a satellite is beaming high definition pictures back to earth from a million miles away.  That technology does not exist, or else we'd see it being exploited for commercial purposes.  And, no, NASA doesn't have some secret/magic stuff.  With regard to most technology, they're literally 10-20 years behind.  I worked there doing software development for about 4-5 years.  Project cycles were so long and so "waterfall" in nature that you had to select the technology at the beginning of the project.  By the time the project is ready to go, 10 years have passed, and the technology that had been selected was hopelessly obsolete and out of date.  We had lots of firedrills where NASA had to frantically buy up the entire inventory of a manufacturer or buy the source code from a software company that was on the verge of going out to business ... since they could not get that obsolete tech anymore.  So, no, NASA does not have some magic tech that's 20 years ahead of the commercial sector.  It's generally the opposite.