Now, let us totally set aside the fact that, “yet again”, all we are presented are meager artist illustrations and nothing more. Let’s look a little deeper, shall we? But first, where exactly is the Voyager 1 located? And, since we have nothing else, let’s look at another drawing instead of actual proof for how far away this man made object is.

The craft is allegedly about to exit what is known as the heliosphere, thus entering true deep space out beyond our solar system. The heliosphere is the bubble-like region of space dominated by the Sun, which extends far beyond the orbit of Pluto. The outer region of this is known as the heliosheath. Apparently, the mass of our sun creates a gravitational pull that keeps the planets in place. But, for some reason has an opposite affect when it comes to thisbubble that protects our system from the bombardment of things outside of it. You know, because gravity not only pulls, it pushes too somehow… lol, what a joke.

Anyway, moving on.


All of that is beside the point.

The real question here is this… if you leave a truck in the garage for 36 years without cranking it up, do you honestly think it is going to start on year 37 when you finally decide to climb in it and give the key a turn? Just be honest with yourself… do you really think it would?

But… the voyager has solar panels, dumb-dumb”.

You know what, you’re right. How silly of me.

Let’s do an experiment. Let’s attach solar panels to a car, leave the car in the street untouched for 37 years (oh, and the sun needs to be 11.7 billion miles farther away than normal). Then, we’ll get in the car after all that time and see if she fires off.

I have my doubts it would work.


And one of the primary reasons I look at the idea of Voyager 1 “firing off” after all this time and laugh, isn’t the timing, the distance, or the age. No, it’s the fact that you need oxygen to create a spark.

And guess what…

That is the one thing that does not exist in the vacuum of space. No offense, but this is rubbish. You are being presented cartoons, because that is all this is. Material things decay over time. There is no physical possibility that this man made object would crank after 37 years without being active. Let alone the idea that we are to believe that humans are controlling it from more than 11.7 billion miles away via wireless signal.

I can’t even step five foot out of my home without losing the wi-fi signal on my phone. If our wireless capabilities really are that epic according to NASA, then why in the world do I even pay a data plan with my cell provider? I should be able to lock onto my home signal for miles and miles.

How delusional do you honestly have to be?

Space is fake. Just look at the cartoons you are being fed. But, don’t ask me. I am clearly the one who is ignorant.

And lastly… let us pretend for a moment that the Voyager is actually where we are told. And let us pretend that it did indeed fire off. The vacuum of space is empty. There is nothing there. With that, if Voyager did actually fire off and there is nothing there for it to push against when firing off (like an atmosphere, water, of the ground for example), then what propels it forward? It has nothing to push against to help it propel forward, remember.


For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you push against nothing, nothing is going to happen.

Space is fake.

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