This meme below inspired me to make this post. There is no such thing as the “outer space” that we have been conditioned to believe in by charlatans who claim to be scientists. A “scientist” is someone who records data taken from direct observation, not someone who makes assumptions, then calls those assumptions facts, and uses that so-called fact as the basis for more and more so-called facts and theories.
Observe this video below of a supposedly successful rocket launch. This is the very first video I chose, and it does exactly what the meme above depicts, which is that after initial launch, the rocket slowly goes horizontal, and then you can actually see it tilt back down. Yes… down, not up.
And then at about the 2:12 mark there is a convenient video edit that cuts to a view of the rocket showing a curved earth, but it is likely a fish-eye lens that bends the image. If you’re a flat earther, you already know that they use fish-eye lenses all the time to try to fool us into believing that we are seeing curvature.
Note the official-sounding conversation we’re hearing of the “scientists” and “technicians” who are overseeing this immensely important asteroid probe launch (what a joke that is). And note also that this launch is at night — could this be so that it isn’t so obvious that the rocket is just making a giant parabola and then coming back down into the ocean?
“What goes up, must come down”… sing it!