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57 Comments on ISS LIVE with the GLOBEBUSTERS Episode 3

  1. David Brainerd // 16th Sep 2015 at 7:32 am // Reply

    ISS is totally real. Earth is a globe. You guys shut up! (Just kidding.)

  2. Steven Ryan // 16th Sep 2015 at 12:31 pm // Reply

    Awsome, Awsome Show. You guys had me laughing my ars off. Please continue
    to expose this crap they call space.

    • XanaDude60 // 16th Sep 2015 at 9:02 pm // Reply

      +Steven Ryan Thanks guys, we do try to keep it light. Nothing like a little
      humor to keep it interesting and Jeran seems to have a natural comedic
      talent that we can play off of and laugh at as well.
      Cheers!
      – Bob

    • Mee Myself // 16th Sep 2015 at 11:27 pm // Reply

      +XanaDude60
      Yea all three of u do, and missy. Good too see that you can all have a
      laugh about it, you all crack me up with the iss feed 🙂
      Should be us saying cheers Bob, not u saying it to us
      So cheers

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 8:42 pm // Reply

      +Truthfinder55 Maine Nice spot! My wife and I have been staring at this
      image for the past 15 minutes and here is what we see. A hand in an oven
      mit. Not likely though because the arm would be bending where there is no
      joint. A high heel shoe. Also not likely because, well, that’s just silly.
      🙂 And lastly and most likely in my mind, A diver with some sort of SNUBA
      apparatus on. I am fairly certain this whole scene, like many, was shot
      underwater. The tells on this are in the bubbles that become quite visible
      when illuminated by the faux ‘Sun’ light. I believe we are seeing a side
      profile of a diver, his eye and nose, and a mask over his head with a
      strange looking appendage that appears to be coming from his chin area. I
      think a great way to bust this dead to rights would be to go to some of the
      NASA swimming pool ‘training’ footage and look at the divers acting as
      cameramen and production assistants. If this image can be matched with
      someone wearing similar equipment then I think we would have another major
      fraud exposed. Also, look at the ‘bubbles’ that seem to be coming from the
      back of the ‘mask’ I think this is a dead giveaway that this is indeed a
      diver in the pool with the props.

  3. TheUnclehammy // 16th Sep 2015 at 1:52 pm // Reply

    If the supposed circumference of the Earth is just under 25,000
    miles,,,,,and if the supposed ISS is travelling at 17,000 mph,,,,,,then we
    should be able to see it many times a day,,,,,right? About 16 times a day
    or so,,,,,,,LOL,,,,,wouldn’t it be able to be seen like every 1.5
    hours,,,,,,,so every hour and a half it should be visible as a streak in
    the sky,,,,,

  4. Amberlodge1 // 16th Sep 2015 at 2:35 pm // Reply

    How do rockets stay ignited in the vacuum of space

    • HALE BURNSIDE MD // 22nd Sep 2015 at 6:56 am // Reply

      +Amberlodge1 they carry with them liquid oxygen or a substance that has
      oxygen in it , thus they carry their own oxygen with them

    • jknochel76 // 18th Oct 2015 at 8:03 pm // Reply

      +ILLUMINATUS1973 it doesn’t push against anything. its a force in one
      direction hence newton’s 3rd law. for every action there is an opposite and
      equal reaction.

    • HALE BURNSIDE MD // 18th Oct 2015 at 11:26 pm // Reply

      they carry with them liquid oxygens . JK look on the internet , the 3 rd
      law is being challenged , there is evidence is does not work on a vacuum ,
      there is enough doubt to make one re eval , so if you are really
      interested check it out . thus i believe , it is doubtful that a rocket
      will work in space , you owe it to yourself as a scientist to check out
      something like this

    • 'Inna Attabae Elohim Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh // 18th Oct 2015 at 11:44 pm // Reply

      +HALE BURNSIDE MD And you are? If you cannot comprehend the mechanics
      around it why would you bother to form an opinion? Is ignorance a quality
      now?

    • +Amberlodge1 Regarding to the OP question about how rockets stay ignited in
      the vacuum of space I suggest reading the wikipedia article about rocket
      propellant:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocket_propellant#Current_types

      Basically there’s a chemical reaction between a fuel and an oxidizer that
      creates high pressure exhaust gas. Liquid rockets will tend to carry two
      different substances, the fuel and the oxidizer. One combination is liquid
      hydrogen and liquid oxygen. The rocket mixes and burns the two to create
      high pressure H20 exhaust gas that provides the thrust. Some rockets will
      carry kerosene and liquid oxygen, or other substances. Since they carry the
      oxidizer with them rockets are able to function in a vacuum.

      Solid rocket propellant functions similar to solid explosives. For example
      how does TNT detonate so quickly, shouldn’t it need more time to react with
      the oxygen in the air to burn? The answer is no, because the oxidizer is
      built into the TNT molecule. Same thing with gunpowder or pretty much any
      kind of explosive. This is why you can fire a gun in a vacuum or under
      water, the chemicals already contain the necessary oxidizer mixed in.

  5. Mee Myself // 16th Sep 2015 at 6:49 pm // Reply

    Wait……. The earth is round people, i swear its round….. You know how
    you know?? Because u was TOLD it was round….. (Joke)

    • Mee Myself // 18th Sep 2015 at 6:51 pm // Reply

      +Horse Talking (Horseside chats)
      Lmao, noooo its defo a globe, we have defo been to the moon, remember if we
      dont believe we went to the moon, we are knobheads!!!! Seriously, we been
      told to believe 🙂

  6. JTReVeRsEBrAiNWaSh // 16th Sep 2015 at 10:39 pm // Reply

    $1,000, 12 hour nonstop direct flight from SCL to AKL?

  7. Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) // 16th Sep 2015 at 11:06 pm // Reply

    Thanks Bob for reading my NASA posts on the show. Pretty Cool. Good Times
    with you guys. Blessings Vickie

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 2:08 am // Reply

      +Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) You’re welcome Victoria! You certainly
      have some great ones!

    • Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) // 17th Sep 2015 at 2:46 am // Reply

      +XanaDude60 Hey Bob, I thought of some other ones. Having fun with this. I
      put them on here. Been in bed with strep throat so keeping busy listening
      to you guy’s and expanding my mind. Love you all. Vickie

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 4:59 am // Reply

      +Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) Strep? Ugh! That doesn’t sound like any
      fun. I am glad we are keeping you company while you recover. Feel better
      soon! 🙂

    • Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) // 20th Sep 2015 at 9:03 am // Reply

      +XanaDude60 Hey Bob, you have to go watch John B Wells latest show with
      Rebecca Roth it will blow your mind. It’s about 9/11 information on all the
      people behind it and all the connections. I read her 1st book methodical
      illusion and now she has methodical deception. This rabbit hole keeps
      getting deeper. Blessings Vickie

  8. Hey! It’s the Three Stooges. I love this show.

  9. Victoria Sartin (Captive Princess) // 17th Sep 2015 at 1:22 am // Reply

    NASA – Nations Accept Satan’s Agenda.

  10. Jeran, why not fly a plane at 10,000 feet and record the amount of time to
    fly a prescribed distance and then fly a plane at 2,000 feet over the same
    distance. The higher altitude plane will travel a greater distance on a
    globe and therefore take a longer amount of time to complete. On a flat
    plane, both flights will complete the distance in the same time. Just that
    simple. Just that simple. Do we ever take into consideration the altitude
    of a flight path in order to determine the amount of time to complete a
    flight? No. Altitude is never considered, according to my understanding.
    Never.

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 7:45 am // Reply

      +Tom Jones Great point Tom! As a pilot myself I have often taken the same
      routes at different altitudes and not once was there any significant
      difference in transit time. Your idea is infinitely better than the one
      Jeran proposed on the show and I will be sure to bring it up on next weeks
      show.
      Cheers!
      – Bob

    • +Tom Jones I’m not sure why we would expect a significant difference in
      flight time.

      The earth’s radius is stated to be approximately 4,000 miles. So let’s
      examine a flight from say New York City to Los Angeles, a distance of
      roughly 2,500 miles. How much would this distance change if you were to
      increase your altitude by two miles (roughly 10,000 feet)? Well the ratio
      of the arc length/radius should be constant, so 4,000/2,500 = 4,002/x. We
      solve for x = 2,501.25 miles

      So given the assumptions of the globe size and some basic trig we should
      expect a plane flying two miles higher from NY to LA to fly approximately
      1.25 miles greater distance. This effect is small.

  11. Regarding the Blood reference, I can see how it could have been
    misconstrued but we were talking about how coconut water can be used as a
    replacement for breast milk and I said “And blood”, meaning that coconut
    water can be used as a replacement for blood in transfusions.

    • Flat Earth And Other Hot Potatoes // 17th Sep 2015 at 11:48 am // Reply

      Yes that’s exactly what happened.

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 5:29 pm // Reply

      +dmurphy25 Hi Dave! Thank you for clarifying for us and putting into
      context what your remark was about!

      Let me state for the record that even though your and Patricia’s remarks
      about the blood seemed a little odd at the time, neither Jeran, TJ, or
      myself ever thought for one second that you were advocating drinking blood.
      We all hold the two of you in the highest regard and knew there had to be
      more to the story than what Math Powerland was accusing you of.

      I took it upon myself to rewatch Patricia’s interview with you and
      discovered the part in the show which put your latter remarks into context.
      We probably wouldn’t have even given it a second thought had it not been
      for Math Powerland’s inflammatory accusations.

      It seems that both Math and Eric Dubay have stopped any productive research
      into flat Earth and have instead redirected all their time and efforts into
      calling everyone in the community shills.

      Anyway, I love your work and Jeran tells me that you have expressed a
      desire to come on the show. I for one would be thrilled to have you and I
      know Jeran is planning on making that happen.

      Thanks again Dave!

      Cheers!
      – Bob

    • +XanaDude60 Thanks for your kind words Bob, I was surprised that this was
      picked up on, although we might not have been particularly clear, I think
      it took a special effort to construe what we were saying into us advocating
      some satanic practice… So, if Matt BoyPowerLand scoured our whole 3 hour
      interview and the best he could come up with to criticise it was that and
      the fact that we mentioned veganism a few time then I think it must have
      been a pretty good interview 😀

      Hope to chat to you in a few days time 😀

      Dave

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 8:10 pm // Reply

      +dmurphy25 I think it was a great interview Dave! Talk to you soon!

  12. Flat Earth And Other Hot Potatoes // 17th Sep 2015 at 11:59 am // Reply

    The blood comment on Flat Earth And Other Hot Potatoes was taken out of
    context by Powerland on purpose. We said coconut water can be used to
    replace breast milk. Dave and I don’t eat meat or dairy so that’s why it
    would be the best acceptable temporary replacement in our view (other
    people use cow or goat milk etcetera). Another good use for coconut water
    is for blood, as Dave said, as in “blood transfusions/plasma”. In no way
    was I saying to feed babies blood which wouldn’t even make sense. Dave and
    I also talked over each other and a sentence was drowned out. Thanks to
    Matrix Decode for giving the explanation about plasma and Bob for your kind
    words about me. I did respond to Powerland’s post but he deleted my
    response then later, deleted the whole post. -Patricia Steere.

    • XanaDude60 // 17th Sep 2015 at 5:59 pm // Reply

      +Flat Earth and other hot potatoes Hi Patricia! Even though we did not
      understand at first what you and Dave were referring to with the “and
      blood” comment, we understand enough about Math that it was clear he was
      only attempting to ‘shillify’ you with his ridiculous hit piece comment.

      After rewatching your interview with Dave and reading both of your
      responses here on this channel, the context of your remarks has now been
      put firmly into place. For the record, even when we were confused by your
      remarks we never thought for one minute you were guilty of what Math was
      accusing you of.

      I find it beyond belief that both Math and Eric Dubay have come out in the
      last two weeks publically condemning you as some sort of shill, trying to
      “Steere” the flat Earth movement over the edge. In Eric’s case, where Eric
      leads – the IFERS sheep follow blindly, and then start calling you a shill
      for everything from your round glasses to the pop art on your walls.
      Ridiculous!

      Sigh! With ‘flat Earth advocates’ like that on ‘our side’ it sure makes the
      real paid shills jobs a lot easier because they seem to be trying to single
      handedly discredit every honest flat Earth researcher out there for the
      most superficial and contrived reasons! Not the least of which is simply
      having a different opinion that differs from Lord Dubay’s edicts.

      I used to think that Eric Dubay was a voice of reason and brought much
      evidence and credibility to the table for the flat Earth argument. He has
      ‘fathered’ many into the flat Earth movement, including myself, but now it
      seems that he has unraveled that credibility by ‘eating his young’, so to
      speak. 🙂

      Anyway, just ignore their stupidity and continue doing what you do so well.
      We definitely support you and know you are one of the good guys!

      Cheers!
      – Bob

    • Flat Earth And Other Hot Potatoes // 17th Sep 2015 at 6:38 pm // Reply

      +XanaDude60 thank you Bob! I appreciate your comments. -Patricia Steere

  13. areanna beyer // 17th Sep 2015 at 11:30 pm // Reply

    I want to make a solar power electric drone glider. equip it with a
    telephoto lens camera, and fly it to the south pole remotely. I am in
    Colorado. soo I don’t know how plausible it would be as far as remote
    control distance and what the limitations of that are or what size antenna
    would be needed. I would at some point love to build this drone glider.

    • areanna beyer // 19th Sep 2015 at 5:15 am // Reply

      +XanaDude60 Perhaps make it stealth. and fly west over the pacific ocean
      then once in the center of the ocean change course and head south from
      there as I doubt there will be any military suspecting a breach from an
      area so vast away from the closest contenents. A foreseeable problem with
      making the flight completely automated due to lack of communication
      distance. would be a question of how to then Obtain any footage captured. A
      live video feed from the craft would be necessary. Because when it reaches
      the edge it is a possibility the craft will hit a wall or boundary of some
      kind and be destroyed. As we have no definite criteria as to the distance
      of the edge, a live video feed would be necessary. If per say the craft
      does not encounter a barrier it will continue south forever and the
      footage will still never be acquired without wireless communication.

    • XanaDude60 // 19th Sep 2015 at 8:40 pm // Reply

      +areanna beyer I like the way you think! Yes, it would be unlikely that
      military forces would be looking for any intrusions so far away from any
      continent. I also considered how one would then be able to obtain the
      footage shot by the drone, because clearly there would be no type of radio
      relay station or ‘satellite’ link available since there are no satellites.
      That being said, the only foreseeable way to get those images back to you
      would be via a high powered radio for a line of site broadcast or a
      microwave signal bouncing off the ‘firmament’. The problem with the latter
      would be the necessity of placing the receiving antenna in precisely the
      correct azimuth and elevation with respect to the transmitting position –
      which would also be bound to the same configuration parameters.
      Another possibility would be the use of HF radio signals (3 – 30 MHz) which
      would bounce off of ionospheric layers. The problem with that idea is that
      although it would work (and I know this because I am also a Ham radio
      operator), the reliability of the signal would be dependent on the relative
      elevation of the charged layer you would be bouncing off of. The
      electromagnetic activity of the Sun is also a huge factor in this
      methodology and although the characteristics are fairly consistent and
      predictable, there is always the chance of anomalous solar activity to muck
      up the ‘channel’.
      My best scenario to make this work would involve programming a fixed flight
      path into the drone that would take it to its destination using known
      variables on winds aloft, speed and heading calculations, and weather
      forecasts for the time period the flight would be taking place. ‘GPS’ could
      be used to the extent that it actually functions in the southern
      ‘hemisphere’ to fine tune the base calculations programmed into the drone’s
      flight computer before it enters the no coverage zones. With a little luck
      (actually a lot of luck), the drone would be able to complete its journey
      and return to a place where it and the video it shot could be recovered. It
      would be difficult to make a reality but the thought experiments behind how
      this could be achieved are always fun!
      I obtained my pilot’s license when I was 17 and always dreamed of making an
      antarctic flight. I was young and naive then but have always been curious
      about that part of the world as if it contained some wondrous secret yet
      undiscovered by the rest of the world. Little did I know at the time how
      true that thought would be since it seems to be the key to unlocking so
      many mysteries about the world. 🙂

    • areanna beyer // 19th Sep 2015 at 9:19 pm // Reply

      +XanaDude60 I like the way you think too ! And I do not have a pilots
      license. however when I was younger I took private flying lessons out
      of rocky mountain metropolitan airport aka jefco airport when i was 13 to
      16 years old. A fixed flight path would be possible. I was thinking we
      could build in some type of proximity sensor also using radar or laser so
      that in the case that there is a wall or barrier it will over ride set
      parameters to move to secondary parameters to then head back home. I was
      thinking a materials list may be easier to get that would be expected. we
      could use a raspberry pi small lightweight compact computer that is
      capeable of processing flight data and maintaining control of the aircraft
      a few arduinos for servo controllers to control the alerons and rudders
      and elevators. a simple police radar gun to be dissmantled and used in the
      front of the aircraft for proximity sensor. the way it would function is
      that the radar signal would remain false or negative as long as the
      aircraft had a clear path as soon as it detects any radar reading it will
      then send the signal to the raspbery pi or other computer and then the
      computer will watch to see how long the radar has a positive reading at
      which point we could set the computer to recognise that a continuous
      positive radar reading exeeding set amount of time say 20 seconds or so the
      computer will then switch to turning around and returning..We would need a
      camera some solar cells and some lithium battery’s, a energy
      efficient motor, an rc plane prop for propulsion a peto tube for speed
      calculation for logging. a cheap altitude indicator. compas indicator and
      camera. the body of the aircraft could be easily built from styrafoam from
      any hardware store. which would have the added benifit of insulating the
      electronics in sub zero temperatures. we could use the heat generated from
      the electronics and flight motor itself to heat the interior of the
      aircraft to ensure no malfunctions due to freezing temps. just some fun
      things i have been thinking about. the more we figure out the more it seems
      highly likely for me to be able to afford building. I seriously am
      considering building this now. we could also use gps like you said for when
      the aircraft is in range it then switches to gps and will guide the
      aircraft home for the remainder of the journey with pinpoint accuracy. I
      also think a long wingspan would be best so it could function as a glider
      to reduce power used by the motor. in this way the motor would not need
      to remain running constantly could be switched on climb to a certain
      altitude then switched off and glide until it reaches its lower altitude
      setting then motor powers up and the aircraft goes back to higher altitude
      and so forth conserving the electricity. the flight would have to remain
      above the weather and clouds at all times.

    • Erik Andersson // 20th Sep 2015 at 1:42 pm // Reply

      +areanna beyer Install a groundradar to. It corect for Altitude changes as
      the drone is pushed up and down by the wind. Gyros onley turns left and
      right.

    • Erik Andersson // 20th Sep 2015 at 1:48 pm // Reply

      +areanna beyer have 2 seperate motors so if one is failing you have a
      secondery failsafe drive line for the aircraft. It pays of in the long run.

  14. VEGAN WarriorⓋ // 22nd Sep 2015 at 6:50 am // Reply

    I have one simple question. What machine has man built (on earth) that can
    travel 1000 per hour constantly without breaking up with the ability to
    transmit a signal back to the earth? Do the satellites circumvent the
    planet at the same speed as the rotation? Is this there claim?

  15. QTheLibertine // 24th Jan 2016 at 9:11 pm // Reply

    This was painful to watch. Not just figuratively, with the commenters
    providing an endless stream of foolish things. But, actually physically
    painful. I rolled my eyes so many times I think I pulled something.
    Seriously, magnets, strings, bubbles?

  16. Dr. Carl's Conspiracies // 30th Mar 2016 at 8:16 am // Reply

    Oceans also have no movement. No change in light reflections on the water.
    No wave motions. Just a still image scrolling.

  17. jnia fowler // 27th Jun 2016 at 10:53 pm // Reply

    I agree with you regarding the moon blocking the sun for 3 days. It’s just
    math. But some people use a math which seems to be plastic to show that the
    previous beliefs were in fact true.

  18. Kyle Freeman // 29th Jun 2016 at 2:10 am // Reply

    they are definitely watching you guys, if they weren’t or aren’t at this
    time they are now, and that’s a good thing.

    keep them watching. let them hide, let them know we know.

  19. Kyle Freeman // 29th Jun 2016 at 4:25 am // Reply

    if you guys notice that the way they show the earth rotating, is the same
    direction the clouds are rotating. with what they say wouldn’t it be a
    little more irratic?

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