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Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?

 
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Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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That's true hon, you never know. I honestly don't think we could/would bother to do that and can't think of why but stranger shit has happened. P.S. Word of advice from an old fogie - don't get too caught up in the crazy world of conspiracy theories and alternative info. Seek out info, sure. Try to find truth, sure. But you're probably not going to find much in the way of truth in this morass of shit. Plus, you basically just polled the nutty masses (myself included). You might get a good answer and you might not. I guess now's as good a time as any to learn to separate the wheat from the chaff....
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I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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what of a holographic missile...like a holographic encasing..which can give an appearance of a plane or fireball.....
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Hmmm...

I like the way you think!

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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
Hmmm...

I like the way you think!

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Lol nice chicken!

This question did make me think.hf
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
it is we who project...individually and en mass
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
yeah it's projecting the holographic earth,from a holographic Hubble telescope.
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whatever
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Thanks Opie, I got something new to doom over.
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I have been saying this forever. Yes...
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
Satellites yeah...Hubble I doubt.

But I saw hologram of a jet last year. It looked perfect. Then disappeared. It was flying towards me and then gone.

Believe they can do real looking sky holograms.
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you have a great imagination op
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
you have a great imagination op
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LOL, not even surpised at these shill responses. Did you know you can project a sharp image at a low cloud deck with a HID light and the right lens?

The hubble is huge, and with a "directed and focused" beam it could EASELY project ANY object in the sky.

I hear you think already "yeah but you need something to project it on smartass!". Maybe there's another reason for the so called "gemtrails"? A projection screen for outer space projections? Instead the means of hiding UFO's or blocking deadly rayes from the sun?

You figure it out.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
Thanks for all of your great replies guys.

But considering the spirals in the sky, and big bright blue beams appearing flatly in the against the atmosphere, I think it's very possible. Especially since they are only visible at night.



You can see some of them in this video.

It's just an observation that I made. Nothing serious.

The person that gave this thread one star really should go shave their vadge, I was just asking a question.
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you have a great imagination op
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LOL, not even surpised at these shill responses. Did you know you can project a sharp image at a low cloud deck with a HID light and the right lens?

The hubble is huge, and with a "directed and focused" beam it could EASELY project ANY object in the sky.

I hear you think already "yeah but you need something to project it on smartass!". Maybe there's another reason for the so called "gemtrails"? A projection screen for outer space projections? Instead the means of hiding UFO's or blocking deadly rayes from the sun?

You figure it out.
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Wow very good! All we need is a dense collection of gaseous particles to reflect the projection against.

Just like small spotlights on the ground appear against clouds miles into the sky, so can light be reflect off of clouds pointing the opposite direction.

It doesn't require much, because I remember when I was small and I could point flashlights and lasers at clouds and actually see them against the clouds.

Imagine if it were multiplied MILLIONS of times with a huge magnifying glass as power as hubble.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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I like the way you think, too.

What if they used them to pretend we were being attacked by aliens? That way they could get the one world government they so crave.

Here is an example of how well 3D works these days:

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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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Wow. I don't know ... but you sure gave me something to think about. Thank you!

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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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Google: Lab 13, CLEA Hubble Redshift.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302500


I like the way you think, too.

What if they used them to pretend we were being attacked by aliens? That way they could get the one world government they so crave.

Here is an example of how well 3D works these days:


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That is amazing! I never saw this performance.

Plus I LOVE SUPERCELL!! So great to find another anime lover on this piece. Tweet me so that we can talk @mrmaiko.

The performance is better than many live performances in japan!
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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Very good thinking. Now go hide before they get there for you....
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302500


I like the way you think, too.

What if they used them to pretend we were being attacked by aliens? That way they could get the one world government they so crave.

Here is an example of how well 3D works these days:


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Oh yes, that is what I was thinking. Or at the very least they could be using it to project those spirals against the atmosphere that we are seeing all the time.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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Very good thinking. Now go hide before they get there for you....
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Haha it's okay. I'm not a threat. I'm sure my 'Harrison Bergeron' limiter will kick in before I head off to college :c]
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
you have a great imagination op
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LOL, not even surpised at these shill responses. Did you know you can project a sharp image at a low cloud deck with a HID light and the right lens?

The hubble is huge, and with a "directed and focused" beam it could EASELY project ANY object in the sky.

I hear you think already "yeah but you need something to project it on smartass!". Maybe there's another reason for the so called "gemtrails"? A projection screen for outer space projections? Instead the means of hiding UFO's or blocking deadly rayes from the sun?

You figure it out.
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yup.....
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
all they need to project the light are loosely arranged engineered gaseous particles.
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The light sources in the universe are, the stars, they're the input systems. They're all different sizes as well, for we're all in different grades.

ET phone home. To infinity and Beyond.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
you have a great imagination op
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 889119


LOL, not even surpised at these shill responses. Did you know you can project a sharp image at a low cloud deck with a HID light and the right lens?

The hubble is huge, and with a "directed and focused" beam it could EASELY project ANY object in the sky.

I hear you think already "yeah but you need something to project it on smartass!". Maybe there's another reason for the so called "gemtrails"? A projection screen for outer space projections? Instead the means of hiding UFO's or blocking deadly rayes from the sun?

You figure it out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1283030


Wow very good! All we need is a dense collection of gaseous particles to reflect the projection against.

Just like small spotlights on the ground appear against clouds miles into the sky, so can light be reflect off of clouds pointing the opposite direction.

It doesn't require much, because I remember when I was small and I could point flashlights and lasers at clouds and actually see them against the clouds.

Imagine if it were multiplied MILLIONS of times with a huge magnifying glass as power as hubble.
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Yes indeed, and now imagine that these "gemtrails" are not gas particles, but highly "reflective" particles sprayed. This way anything can be projected what looks like in "thin air" but actually done it on a particle cover in the sky.

We already have "Holographic" technology that projects real time 3D opjacts on a "gas cloud" inside a glass box.

Imagine if this is out to the public in "concept" and "test" stages, what the militay and/or the governments would have. We all know they are way ahead of the "citizens" when it comes to technology.

Yes the hubble can very well be a "projector" no doubt about it. But if it is i don't know.
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
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you have discovered the matrix my friend. It's part of what is referred to as project bluebeam. Google it. There's a lot of info. Lots of disinfo too but you can get the just of the idea there. There's also mil documentation that the idea was considered as a physiological warfare tactic by the navy. Plenty of corporate manuals for the technology. Stronium and brim which coincidentally are the makeup of the chemtrails
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302500


I was just thinking. I saw pictures of hubble oddly pointed towards the earth. I was wondering if they could be using Hubble as some kind of Holographic project, along with other satellites.

Hey, they did make that b.s. change some time ago. You never know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302500


you have discovered the matrix my friend. It's part of what is referred to as project bluebeam. Google it. There's a lot of info. Lots of disinfo too but you can get the just of the idea there. There's also mil documentation that the idea was considered as a physiological warfare tactic by the navy. Plenty of corporate manuals for the technology. Stronium and brim which coincidentally are the makeup of the chemtrails
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I mean stronium and barium. Sorry
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Re: Excuse my teenage imagination, but could Hubble be a Holographic Projector....?
It could be a cotton candy machine for all you know.

Hop on wikipedia. Read up. Maybe click one of the numerous links sited in the article at the bottom of the page.

Dance around the rest of the 'net a bit. Be careful to not SOLEY rely on "conspiratorial-minded" sources.

Go to the library. Check out a book or 2.

If you're that curious, just read up.

Your head will lead you in the right direction.

UNTIL then, yeah, for all you know it's a cotton candy machine.