Heiwa wrote:The French rocket engines also seem to be correct. Satellites work. At least the French ones. French engineers are pretty good.
Your beloved Ariane 5 rocket was born in 1996. Before the heroic French came along just 17 years ago, What did NASA and Soviet space hoaxers do to get their satellites launched prior to Ariane 5?
Heiwa wrote:NASA sending up a 10 times heavier Shuttle using two booster rockets that use less fuel than Ariane 5 cannot possibly be right. Any Shuttle seen landing on a US airbase was just dropped off a plane one hour earlier at 10 000 m altitude. No Shuttle has ever visited the ISS as the ISS is a hoax.
You agree the shuttle never visited ISS, yet wasn't one of Ariane 5's alleged missions to deliver a heavy payload to the ISS? (Wonkeypedia: On 9 March 2008, the first Ariane 5 ES-ATV was launched to deliver the first ATV called Jules Verne to the International Space Station. The ATV was the heaviest payload ever launched by a European rocket, providing supplies to the space station with necessary propellant, water, air and dry cargo.)
If you acknowledge the ISS is a hoax, how does a real Ariane 5 rocket (in your mind) deliver equipment to a fake space station? Seriously, how exactly does that work? If we're told Ariane 5 was out rendezvousing with ISS, why on earth should we believe anything
about this fake rocket is real? And can you explain why all "official" Ariane 5 launch footage is fake?
Heiwa wrote:Humans in space don't work as re-entry is impossible. I am disappointed that France/ESA participates in this hoax with fake astronuts but it seems the space industry is compartmentalized. The astronut part is Hollywood. Satellites work. Like fire works.
Ah...satellites, quite possibly one of NASA's biggest and boldest lies ever. If satellites work, why has all the known imagery of them "working" in space been faked? What protects them from micro-meteorites travelling at thousands of mph, you know, the ones that constantly burn up in our atmosphere? What power source do they use that lets them operate infinitely? How do they manage to dodge the sun's brutal radiation? If NASA lied about nearly their entire space program, why should we believe them about satellites?
No, not really. As you can see, your vague reply left me with more questions than answers.