Undersea Communications; Simple Further Proof of Flat Earth

Look at “satellite dishes” they point over the horizon, not straight up to allegedly connect with communication satellites over 60 miles above us and hurtling to stay in geosyncric orbit with Earth traveling at 17,500 mph. So why does 97% of all internet rely on undersea cables?

‘Here’s How to Shut Down the Internet: Snip Undersea Fiber-Optic Cables’

Hundreds of thousands of miles of fiber-optic cable lay on the ocean floors, a crucial part of the global internet’s backbone, and only rarely do ship anchors, undersea landslides or saboteurs disrupt them.

“The infrastructure that underpins the internet – these undersea cables – are clearly vulnerable,” said Rishi Sunak, a British member of Parliament and champion of more vigorous action to protect submarine networks. “They underpin pretty much everything that we do.”

Undersea cables conduct nearly 97 percent of all global communications, and every day an estimated $10 trillion in financial transfers and vast amounts of data pass through the seabed routes. Satellites, once crucial but now limited in speed and bandwidth, handle only a tiny percentage of global communications.

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Lots of satellite dishes mounted to balconies on an apartment building facade, Pallasseum or “Berlin Social Palace” (Berliner Sozialpalast) apartment block in Schoenberg, Berlin, Germany, Europe

2 thoughts on “Undersea Communications; Simple Further Proof of Flat Earth

  1. Philippe December 13, 2017 at 7:01 pm Reply

    Absolutely agree. I purchased the Book “Flat Earth” by James W. Lee as recommended by the author. Awesome research that I can use against globetards. Thanks again.



  2. derekjohnfelton December 14, 2017 at 6:20 am Reply

    So obvious to those who have awoken from their slumber 🙂


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