By chance, I had the pleasure to watch these "satellite" dots Friday night, one hour after sunset. They came in all along the same line, less than one minute apart from each other, for about 10 Minutes. I looked it up the next day on Heavens Above
, it confirmed my observations, those were Starlink 3 satellites, launched on Jan. 29th. According to what I read, they had been a lot brighter initially, but have been moved to a higher orbit later on. They still were clearly visible to the naked eye, even here where there's a lot of light pollution.
I don't want to go into details (right now) about what these things really are and if the launch footage was fake (it was). But to me, this was a scary sight to behold, and I have the strong feeling that this deserves far more attention. The general public knows next to nothing about this stuff, so far only some astronomers complain about the "pollution" of the sky, rendering astronomy nearly impossible in the long term, at least at certain times. The morona craze distracts everyone. I don't say there is a direct link to starlink. But maybe there is far more to it than we are told. Does it make sense to you that we need thousands of "satellites" just to have internet in remote areas? I think, everyone who needs internet in remote areas (like on the ocean) can already get it. Is there any money you can make from it? To me, this makes zero sense.
I'd definitely appreciate your thoughts and input on this. Here are some of my musings, I don't claim anything of this is conclusive:
1. When googleing "Starlink" or searching on YT, one of the results you get is a computer game called "Starlink - Battle for Atlas". This immediately struck a nerve. I hope some of you have heard about comet Atlas
which is just about to enter the inner solar system in the next weeks. The claims about this comet are wild and widespread. The official version is, that it may or may not be visible to the naked eye, but earth should not be affected by it in any way. On the other hand, some think it might get as big as the big comet of 1844, some say the coma is as big as the sun or something like that. Currently, astronomers think the core is disintegrating.
My current view is, in contrast to mainstream views, that comets are supercharged plasma balls (just as the sun and many other celestial bodies). Comets passing by the earth and sun ALWAYS have an impact (no pun intended) on us, mostly by their electrical charge. I don't think it's by chance that our ancestors dreaded them. Could this Starlink program somehow have the goal to minimize the effects of this electrical charge on us? Or even more? Is this too far-fetched?
2. Could the name "Starlink" be a hint that these objects somehow "link us to the stars", which could mean: to (fake) alien life? Are those objects part of the plan to fake an alien invasion? The morona story and other hoaxes of the past should remind us that it does not take much to fool the general public. There's no need for holographic projections of UFOs in the sky and such. It's sufficent to show some beams, bright dots and flashes and everyone will be convinced there's a battle going on in the sky. Some CGI on the TV screen and voilà - everyone "has seen it with their own eyes, it's real, folks".