Sunday, May 11, 2014

Hypervelocity Hyperbunkum At Hyperspeed

A wild and fantastical story inspired by seeing a fast moving light through a telescope.

What most of you don't know is that at the turn of the 19th century they printed stories even more incredibly detailed than this one about the water wars on Mars in all the newspapers.

A guy, usually Percy Lowell, would send out a press release about yet another canal he had discovered on Mars (which later turned out to be a capillary inside his own eyeball) in a certain place which had uncovered an ever deepening story about the scarcity of water and possible attempts by the Martians to divert a river to an existing metropolis. These never-ending stories in the papers formed the core of another fictional false flag by H.G. Wells, "The War of the Worlds," in which said Martians only had the option of evacuation to Earth where there was abundant water.

The stories got ever more complex and the journalists spent pages of speculation on the factions fighting over aqueducts on Mars and their possible cultures and lifestyles. All of it presented as hard science with a straight face for years. People got so adjusted to it that gradually it became a well known fact that there was life on Mars and it was a tough living there. If you had suggested otherwise in 1912 you would have been thought a bit backward and out of touch with the times.

Of course, there were no canals on Mars. At least, none that Percy Lowell could see.

In the press release above, we somehow go from a fast moving light in space, which an educated guess might go so far as to suggest could be a star … to an amazingly wild tale about black hole slingshots from the centre of the galaxy that we can't see, detect or prove exist but EVERYBODY KNOWS IT IS THERE.

We go on the record at Vault-Co as saying we do not believe matter can collapse in on itself and form a black hole. We do not believe black holes exist anywhere, in fact. One of the reasons that "gravitational" mass cannot cause matter to collapse on itself is that there is no such thing as gravity, either. We believe electromagnetic forces consisting of both attraction and repulsion rule the universe. Electromagnetic forces cannot collapse matter because as the attraction grows so does the repulsion to balance it out, from the subatomic to the macroatomic level. In fact, their existence hinges on these counterbalancing forces. Its enough to make you believe in not just intelligent design but extremely intelligent design.

Our era is exactly like the turn of the 19th century but they just use different words to paint imaginary pictures of imaginary phenomenon that you don't dare question because edajamfacated people say its true so there.


Thordaddy said...

The "black hole" as singularity seems refuted. In fact, the metaphysics of the "default elite" is total regress, no free will and definitely no Singularity.

Luke said...

No really, our model works I swear. It's just that 95% of the matter in the universe is completely undetectable. Really.

Reminds me of people defending the geocentric model of the solar system with epicycles. It's like when you're coding and things keep on breaking, so you just lazily patch on more and more code to fix each issue, instead of fixing the underlying problem.

I knew that the model was garbage; thanks for mentioning a better one.

Thal Genius said...

Cleve does not believe in gravity.

Later this day:

An Australian man was found levitating a feet above his bed at night. Later on, he left the Earth's atmosphere and flew in the direction of Mars. He is now believed to be leading a faction of Martians trying to steal Earth's drinking water supplies (excluding the fluoridated water).

Luke said...

Disney’s effort to indoctrinate the kids into welcoming “protection” from drones:

samhuih said...

The Earth. It's turtles all the way down.