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Old 11-12-2011, 01:09 PM
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Default google sky restrictions


googlesky
wikisky
windows telescope
skyview
all of the above are star maps,all of the above also have the same areas
blocked off.
for nine months now i have been investigating these restrictions with some very compelling evidence to prove the authorities are restricting these images for fear of world order collapse.over the coming weeks i will share with you all my investigation,
i have emails from several people in high places at a certain space organisation that contradict each other.
why are these images restricted?
if you have seen the uncensored originals it's clear to see why they are censored
if you know about the iras survey of 1983 any comments would be appreciated ,
if space is not your thing i recommend you skip past my threads as the topic is a dark one that most people ignore or try to forget about or skip around.
thankyou for reading .

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Old 11-13-2011, 03:38 AM
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Default Re: google sky restrictions

here is the uncensored original image that is off limits to google et all.
i have tried to ascertain what exactly this image is over the months.
no body has given a sensible explanation yet,
i can see what this image is,
what you are seeing is saturn ,the brightest planet in the solar system,
imaged twice ten days apart in july of 1983 between the 14th and the 24th.
for the time of survey no known planet was remotely close to saturn to be the dark object eclipsing,
if you look closely you can see the object has moved slightly between exposures allowing more of saturns brightness to escape from behind this dark object as it passed,
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Old 11-16-2011, 07:45 AM
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Default Re: google sky restrictions

i never used it but seeing your pics seems interesting
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:48 AM
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Default Re: google sky restrictions

to be fair that's what i 1st thought upon looking at these star map programmes,
why are they blocking bits off?,i emailed wikisky on the topic and their reply hinted towards a governmental cover up,their reply to me fuelled a deeper look,my profile image is taken from nasa's image database and is the exact same co-ords for the blocked off box on google et all.would they be hiding these images if there was nothing wrong?
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Hello, I've been reading this board for quite a long time. Recently, firefox tries to stop me from visiting - it says that this website is infected. Can you do something about it? Thanks in advance
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Old 05-19-2012, 05:29 PM
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Unfortunately, Florida is a lot further from New York than it is from Atlanta, where I grew up, and its not quite warm enough yet to make one of the beaches up North an enjoyable jaunt. I can still plan for that eventuality, though, and in a perfect world, Id be packing my bathing suits and flip flops into a bag like the Louis Vuitton Keepall 50 Nomade. It may be the perfect weekender.
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