New Mexico: ‘Hundreds of thousands, if not millions’ of birds died during 2020 USAF-SpaceX 5G exercise

Posted on Smart Meter Harm January 19, 2022 “We’ve never seen anything like it.” “The scary thing is this may be an indication of the future.” White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico “The military needs a reliable communication system at all times to protect and defend the country from potential threats.” –Tesmanian, September 24, 2020 InContinue reading “New Mexico: ‘Hundreds of thousands, if not millions’ of birds died during 2020 USAF-SpaceX 5G exercise”

Rocket Launch Site Coming Soon To A Pristine Coast Near You?

From Went2theBridge Link to video: The Hidden Problems of Rocket Launch Sites  Rocket launch sites popping up all over By Lisa Savage When you hear the phrase “public-private partnerships” what do you think of  – maybe corporate branding on public university research centers, or billionaires raking in taxpayer-funded subsidies? Both of these associations would be trueContinue reading “Rocket Launch Site Coming Soon To A Pristine Coast Near You?”

The Hidden Problems of Rocket Launch Sites (VIDEO)

From Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in SpaceJune 19, 2022 New Global Network video looking at the many impacts from the explosion of rocket launch facilities worldwide Our latest video explores the various dangers that come from the growing numbers of rocket launch sites around the world.Tens of thousands of launches are havingContinue reading “The Hidden Problems of Rocket Launch Sites (VIDEO)”

American Bird Conservancy: Comment to FAA on SpaceX (and aerospace) harm to birds and wildlife

The aerospace industry’s damage to the environment and harm to birds, other wildlife, and humans is deplorable. A full-scale, indepth analysis of all aerospace programs and plans is long overdue and urgently needed. Despite the area’s ecological importance, SpaceX has conducted and expanded operations with little oversight by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and withoutContinue reading “American Bird Conservancy: Comment to FAA on SpaceX (and aerospace) harm to birds and wildlife”

“Multiple tragedies of the commons” — satellite mega-constellations and the limits of Earth’s atmosphere

…there is little recognition that Earth’s orbit is a finite resource, the space and Earth environments are connected, and the actions of one actor can affect everyone. Until that changes, we risk multiple tragedies of the commons in space. From Scientific ReportsPublished 20 May 2021 Boley, A.C., Byers, M. Satellite mega-constellations create risks in LowContinue reading ““Multiple tragedies of the commons” — satellite mega-constellations and the limits of Earth’s atmosphere”

Aluminum oxide impacts: “All the satellites could crack open the ozone layer”

From Popular MechanicsJune 17, 2021By Caroline Delbert Excerpt:“We have 54 tonnes (60 tons) of meteoroid material coming in every day,” lead study author Aaron Boley told Space.com. “With the first generation of Starlink, we can expect about 2 tonnes (2.2 tons) of dead satellites reentering Earth’s atmosphere daily. But meteoroids are mostly rock, which isContinue reading “Aluminum oxide impacts: “All the satellites could crack open the ozone layer””

Rockets destroy ozone and cause climate change – aerospace programs’ deadly impacts to the Earth

By Nina BeetyJanuary 24, 2022 Since its beginnings, the space industry has used PR, Hollywood, and a parade of stars to carve itself into the public psyche, including targeting children. Aerospace costs have been largely ignored or hidden, but these costs are serious and accelerating. The ozone layer in the sky continues to deteriorate despiteContinue reading “Rockets destroy ozone and cause climate change – aerospace programs’ deadly impacts to the Earth”

441,449 LOW EARTH ORBIT SATELLITES — Operating, Approved, and Proposed

By Arthur FirstenbergCellphone Task ForceJanuary 5, 2022 PDF While the attention of a terrified world has been riveted on a virus, and while concern about radiation has been focused on 5G on the ground, the assault on the heavens has reached astronomical proportions. During the past two years, the number of satellites circling the earth hasContinue reading “441,449 LOW EARTH ORBIT SATELLITES — Operating, Approved, and Proposed”