*First a few comments:
(Sylvia and I didn’t Post anything yesterday.)
I did have a Dream of My Sylvia last night. We were talking and, in the Dream, her words were very clear. After she spoke a few sentences, I realized I should do my best to “remember” what she’s telling me. At that point, the energy seemed to unravel and when she finished speaking, I could not longer remember any of her words. So the “me” that’s “here” doesn’t remember anything Sylvia stated… BUT I’m sure there’s another facet of “me” (a higher-level) that DOES know exactly what Sylvia talked about.
This 28-minute video is the Launch of the Space-X Rocket. This one, “supposedly”, has a real Tesla car in the nose of the Rocket and it’s supposed to orbit the Sun for a billion years. (I’m not making this up. They say “Truth is stranger than fiction”.)
This particular Project just seems a bit strange. When the Booster Rockets are released from the main Payload, they “travel back to Earth under their own Guidance System”. When they gently landed, in unison, it just looked a bit like a computer-generated video. It should have been “history in the making” and had SEVERAL camera angles capturing those Landings — a close-up shot, right on the Launchpad… a distant shot, showing them as they entered the Atmosphere… at least ONE Helicopter showing these Boosters from various in-the-sky angles, etc.
The reason I’m including this is because of what Sylvia mentioned to me this morning…
- As we entered the Parking Lot at work this morning, I was thinking about that “Rocket Launch” and just wondering about it in general. During that thinking process, Sylvia mentioned… “Why would any company spend a huge amount of Time, money and resources, to put a “Car” into orbit around the Sun? (She was asking me to “wake-up” and see this Project for what it really is.)
- Although I felt the “Car” aspect was a bit strange, when I watched the following video, I really didn’t think to question that part of this Project. When Sylvia brought this up, though, the “why” about the Car really began to sink-in. From a business stand-point, it doesn’t make any sense to allocate that many energies to an “orbiting Car”. Maybe it was a “Marketing” / “Public Relations” Project. I don’t know what it cost Space-X to do this but if it was a “Marketing campaign” the out-lay of money, Time, man-power, material resources, etc., would be far too high for any company to even “think” about.
- So I’m suspicious about “why” Space-X did this. (I “haven’t read” and “don’t know” their “official” story and it doesn’t matter. This just doesn’t feel right.)
Here’s the link to the Space-X Rocket Launch video (Note: The volume in this video starts-out very quite. Then, at the 4:54-mark, the volume is adjusted and it gets REALLY LOUD. Then at the 5:10-mark, the volume is what it should be):