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Black Knight Satellite Link From NASA
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27787049:MV8yMTE2MTExXzM1Njg2MjQwXzc0MURDQTAz] [quote:MarkinAZ:MV8yMTE2MTExXzM1NjgzMjUxXzJEREYzQkU2] The "Black Knight" sat has been known about and up there for many years! There are two basic choices. a.) it's been orbiting since pre-deluvian times and is a product of a much earlier and much more advanced civilization that was flourishing on this earth sometime before 3000 BC. b.) it was placed there by some other alien civilization perhaps to monitor radio and electro-magnetic transmissions from earth - relaying them to some distant civilization that may or may not still be in existence today. We now know that Faster-than-light travel is entirely possible, chances are extremely high that transmission of information using entangled objects is also possible and can take place instantly across vast reaches of space and even perhaps across time. This could also be some sort of defensive device placed in orbit by either a benevolent alien civilization or a pre-flood ultra-advanced civilization that was thriving on earth in the distant reaches of prehistory, that can and will be called upon to deflect potential collisions with comets, asteroids, etc. If that is indeed what it is - [b]we can only hope it is still working should it ever be needed[/b] before our own tech can provide a similar level of defense against such potential world-destroying entities. [/quote] I just hope the civilization that sent it to Earth didn't grant the construction contract to the lowest bidder [/quote]
Heard Nasa had removed link, well here it is. THE LINK - [
link to eol.jsc.nasa.gov
All props go to youtuber Streetcap1.
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