As some of you already know, I have a lot of questions about science, cosmology, and what we are told about the physical properties of physics and nature. With that in mind I was totally blown off guard when my wife showed me the number bellow. You better believe I instantly dialed the number and ran through a series of questions.


Sadly, they were unable to answer any of my questions. With that said, here were the questions that I asked.

1.) How is it possible for the Polaris Star to be stationary in the night sky while the earth travels through space in five directions at once? The earth spins on its axis, goes around the sun, the sun around the Milky Way, the Milky Way through space, while the earth also apparently pivots its axis making the north pole change locations every 27,000 years (despite this last one having never been observed).

2.) Since the earth is spinning at more than 1,000 MPH at the equator… how is it that sound at the equator is possible? The speed of sound is a little more than 700 MPH. And with that in mind the sound wave would never catch up to the earth at the equator, causing it to be a dead zone of silence.

3.) If the earth is spinning at the equator at more than 1,000 MPH wouldn’t the basic laws of physics as a result of the angular momentum cause the wind to only travel in one direction?

4.) The ISS (International Space Station: NASA) is flying over our heads at more than 7,000 MPH. That speed equates to nearly 50 MPS. With that in mind, it is traveling at nearly 3 times faster than the speed of sound. How can they hold a conversation?

5.) We are told by NASA that the ISS and most satellites exist in or beyond the exosphere. We are also told by NASA that these manmade objects have an exterior made of aluminum. Here is why I have a problem with that… the exosphere is more than 3,000 degrees. The melting point of aluminum is only 1,200 degrees. Since the exosphere is twice what these objects can withstand, how are they up there?

Basically what this comes down to is that I am going to save this number… because, let’s face it. I have tons of questions and no real answers. And I shamefully admit it… I got way too much out of it. I enjoyed hearing the person on the other line scratching their head… because, with questions like these… I seem to do a lot of that these days.

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