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Japan Launched A Magnetic Net That Is Meant To Act As A Trash Bag For The Pieces Of Space Debris Orbiting The Earth


Millions of pieces of space debris orbit our planet. Men are starting to take notice of whats floating around up there before anything catastrophic happens - like having the debris return to earth possibly hitting aircraft or well populate cities etc...

Now the purpose of this blog is to make others aware that there is a set boundary that man must not pass over and that boundary is 15 cubits above the mountain tops or about 29, 050 ft.

This boundary was established by God.

St Thomas Aquinas said that this boundary of 15 cubits above the mountains tops is the same boundary that smoke from the pagan sacrifices reached. It is also the same level that the waters of the deluge reached in Noah's time to cleanse the world from all the evil works of men. And after the flood this 29,050 boundary is the same that Nimrod's tower or tower of Babel reached before it was tipped over by the finger of God.

So there are three major events in the life of men that establish the fact God set this boundary of 29,050 ft or fifteen cubits above the mountain tops.

Now of course godless scientists refuse to believe any such boundary exists because they don't believe in Noah's flood and they certainly don't believe in a story of a tower built by Nimrod called the tower of babel. As for the smoke of pagan sacrifices - they would say so what.

Because of the godlessness of NASA scientists we are facing a dilemma. Even if you don't believe in the boundary established by God that man must not pass over you still have to accept the fact that the millions of space debris floating around up there is a problem - especially when some of it comes crashing down on our heads.

Now how do I know that all of what man shot into space is coming back below the boundary established by God?

Simple. Since the waters of the deluge cleansed the world of the evil works of men, the element of fire will do the same at the end of days - that is - cleansing the world of all the works of men both holy and profane at the end of days. This is Catholic doctrine called the fire of the final conflagration.

According to the doctrine of the fire of the final conflagration, the fire will rise up from the bowels of the earth and reach a level of 29,050 feet in order to cleansed all the holy and profane works of men, this is the same level that the water of the deluge reached in the time of Noah. The element fire in order to do the will of God at the end of days will follow in the same footsteps as the element of water reaching a height of 15 cubits above the mountain tops.

Now in order for all the works of men to burn up in this fire of the final conflagration - all the works of men must be at or below this level of 29,050 feet. Got that? All the works of men have to at the end of days be below 15 cubits above the mountain tops. This means even the Voyager space crafts and any other space craft sent into space regardless of where it was sent or how far it was sent into space.

Nothing will escape the fire of the final conflagration. NOTHING.

Now you probably don't believe me.That's too bad. There is really nothing I or you can do about it anyway. The only thing anyone can do is watch all the works of men that were shot into come back here sooner or later. Hopefully none of it hits you on your head - but to get your attention I bet a lot of it will indeed cause many problems for us once it's starts raining down on us.

Now you may ask how are the works shot in space suppose to come back to the place of origin?

By the agency of the Angels. Simply because man will never be convinced of the doctrine of the fire of the final conflagration so man will not go out and fetch all the shit he shot into space - takes too much effort to do so.

The only reason men want to clean up the space debris orbiting the earth is make sure none of the debris causes problems with the satellites.

Here is man's latest attempt to clean up the mess we made:
It sounds like an idea for a niche movie aimed at sci-fi anoraks: a floating magnetic net that harnesses tonnes of wayward space junk and makes the overcrowded orbital lanes above Earth's atmosphere safe for future exploration. Yet that is what scientists in Japan will have in mind when they put a satellite into orbit on Friday, equipped with an experimental electrodynamic tether they say will give the final frontier a long overdue spring clean. The Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite-2 (Stars-2) will be included on a satellite jointly developed by the US and Japan to monitor global rainfall and forecast extreme weather. The equipment will travel into orbit aboard Japan's H-2A rocket, due to be launched in the small hours from the southern Japanese island of Tanegashima. Working alongside the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Jaxa), researchers at Kanagawa University developed the tether, made from ultra-thin wires of stainless steel and aluminium, with the help of a Japanese fishing net firm. According to researchers, the tether, measuring 300m in length when fully extended, will generate electricity along its entire length as it passes through Earth's magnetic field while in orbit. The electricity will reduce the speed of pieces of junk careering through space – everything from dead rockets to satellites that have ended their missions – and lure them closer to Earth. The cosmic cleanup ends when the clutter burns up harmlessly as it enters Earth's atmosphere. Guardian Read More>>>>

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