We learned this week there are severe problems with Voyager 1 systems. Can NASA fix it? Voyager 1 and 2 are now 40 years past their expected life span. (That’s not hard to believe, because there was nothing up there to begin with. The life span of a story is theoretically forever.) 

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Steve
Steve
2 months ago

The old 36 years later, as per usual. It’s great to simply just have fun now with this clownshow cause Matt’s right, that’s all the energy “they” deserve from us. What fkin joke the cubicle lol, fuck I need a job, lemme be a NASA actor

Last edited 2 months ago by Steve
William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve

Steve, I believe it’s beyond time that NASA formally broadcast their “Awards” for best Actor like the Oscars do, picture the NASA red-carpet reception with William Shatner and the bones of Steven Hawking shoveled into his wheel-chair while voice recordings he made years ago are broadcasts as Tom Cruise flies over-head with the Navy air-force to co-sponsor both NASA, the NAVY and Tom’s TOP GUN Tavistock training promo.

Johnny Seven
Johnny Seven
2 months ago

Mission control looks like an 80’s school computer club. It seems like people are running simulators but believing it real and work.
I have always felt that there was a worldwide cult mind at work or a belief in some kind of Scientology type crazy farm.

Last edited 2 months ago by Johnny Seven
Hartmut Wilinski
Hartmut Wilinski
2 months ago
Reply to  Johnny Seven

Good point – the ‘in on’ it question.As a german i always thought this behavior in the ‘comuter club’ was typical american – lol -. 

Didier FABRE
Didier FABRE
2 months ago

Bonsoir Matt,
I’m just starting to watch this video, but I would like first to leave a comment concerning your latest video on YT.
What “scares” me the most at the moment of death is precisely this possibility of being fooled by some sort of tricks !
I confess that I’m still not 100% confident to be able to pass that trick, whatever it can be : “stupid angels”, “fake aliens”, “undesired ancestors”, “fucking white Paradise light” … 
I think we must be VERY STRONG to pass that ultimate test, it could be an even greater ordeal than being here in this stupid insane reality !
At the same time I want this “ultimate test” to happen, but I also fear it !
A Kelt from Gaul,
Rock the Univere !!

Esteban Colon
Esteban Colon
2 months ago

Long Live QOC!!!!!

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago
Reply to  Esteban Colon

Esteban, I hope you are still the K.O.P.

Esteban Colon
Esteban Colon
2 months ago
Reply to  Ashman Mann

i never went there.. i have no idea if people show up or not…:-)

Lillian Liber
Lillian Liber
2 months ago

The cubicle reminds me of the old Adam West batcave where everything had a label. Either that or an 80’s housewife’s kitchen after she bought a snazzy labelmaker2000 from QVC and went to town.

Jamie Willis
Jamie Willis
2 months ago

The blatantness of the absurdity of these stories can be shocking at first but then people on this journey realize that the system is mocking humanity with how absurd and over top it all is and begin to laugh at it all, what’s left to do except sit back and enjoy the show. The system has given up on being discreet 🤷‍♀️

sigh inara
sigh inara
2 months ago

My dad worked for Rocketdyne at Edwards AFB testing rocket engines for the “moon landing” when I was born ~ whenever I suggest it may not have happened he gets this sad, blank look on his face like I must be the milkman’s child…

Last edited 2 months ago by sigh inara
William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

wow great story, like Matt’s “family Thanksgiving talks” I instantly pictured your Dad’s sad face to face with reality presented by the milkman’s kid

sigh inara
sigh inara
2 months ago

as evidence, allow me to present one of my dad’s most favorite photos (we have at least a dozen copies of it in all sizes): me, obviously awoken from sleep & still in my jammies (since it was 6:30am in California) in front of the ‘live feed’ of the Apollo 11 launch…as you can see, even then I was unimpressed…

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Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

What an amazing photo, Now, everything old has new meaning and speaks a new language.

Eric Woodson
Eric Woodson
2 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

Or was it the mailman? Bomp bomp baaaaaaaaaaamp!

ed COHEN
ed COHEN
2 months ago

Oops, I clicked the wrong star. Meant to click 5, but click 1. The get old; they get stupid.

Aaron Arnold
Aaron Arnold
2 months ago

If you want to see some real space stuff please checkout the 1984 bilingual cosmic masterpiece Music Of The Spheres. Always enjoy your work Matt. Be well.

Crutter
Crutter
2 months ago

Wow what a synchronicity.
Listening to you Matt, thinking about a spaceballs gif a friend texted me earlier today. Next second you’re talking about spaceballs ludicrous speed. My local time 1:11 whatever that means haha
I get stuff like that a lot when I watch/listen to your videos

BTW been a subscriber to your YouTube channel for two years or so and like the way you’ve evolved!

clifford mcguire
clifford mcguire
2 months ago

LMFAO MATT YOU GOTTA QUIT, IVE NEVER LAUGHED SO HARD IN A LONG TIME, GREAT VIDEO-
CLIFFY-MAC PERCUSSION

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

omg I’m only 13 minutes and I can’t stop laughing Matt, one of your funniest NASA bits to date, the freaking login in notes you were joking about spilling coffee and (bam) Voyager I and II (Identical) go shining off, classic comedy almost worth the $60 million (per day) they tax us for (lol)

clifford mcguire
clifford mcguire
2 months ago

YA WHEN HE WAS SAYIN THAT I ACTUALLY PICTURED THE CAT LIKE WALKIN ON THE KEYBOARD AND THEN IT FLASHES TO SPACE AND VOYAGER STARTS PLUNGING, WERE GOIN PLAID LOL
cliffy-mac percussion

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William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

My first “official” job as an Art Director was in 1980 at the McDonald Planetarium in St. Louis, named for McDonald Douglas aircraft and of course we had “real” space crafts on display. I can’t believe how long I actually “believed” in the fairy tale of the “Moon” landings and space shuttle (*fireworks shows). I’m so thankful for escaping my Matrix pod about 18 years ago.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Oh and “bring your kids to work day” wow that brought back memories of when I was a “corporate artist” slaving away, I might have to watch Severance (I don’t watch much of) that stuff anymore.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago

Now sit back, recline your seat and relax, as we unfold and reveal the secrets of the universe. Oh, Bill, you will put on quite a show these days….

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
2 months ago

I thought it was 54 million a day but that was like 10 or 15 year’s ago. I tried to explain that to my Neighbor about a year ago & he got really mad not sure why?
Probably because it makes absolutely no sense at all & the other stuff I’ve mentioned to him about NASA ofcourse he doesn’t believe but all those millions a day set him off, maybe because he’s always believed in NASA & that makes no sense? Sorry so long.

clifford mcguire
clifford mcguire
2 months ago

i wish you would just do freevoice everyday, so much better than youtube allows, and the folks that really wanna seek knowledge will find you, I did……

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago

Welcome!

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

I believe it’s beyond time that NASA formally broadcast their “Awards” for best Actor like the Oscars do, picture the NASA red-carpet reception with William Shatner and the bones of Steven Hawking shoveled into his wheel-chair while voice recordings he made years ago are broadcasts as Tom Cruise flies over-head with the Navy air-force to co-sponsor both NASA, the NAVY and Tom’s TOP GUN Tavistock training promo.

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
2 months ago

Good comment!👍

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago

All these instruments are just for measuring tv ratings,

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Ashman Mann

lol

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago

12:00 I used to enjoy watching “mission control” and seeing all the big gulps and food by the control panels.

Fred Aikins
Fred Aikins
2 months ago

A lot better here than youtube.

Martin Mathieu
Martin Mathieu
2 months ago

Thats a good one Matt. Receiving a signal from a toaster after 40 years ! 🤣😂😅

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago
Reply to  Martin Mathieu

Would anyone like some toast?

Martin Mathieu
Martin Mathieu
2 months ago

Those clown nasa dumb idiots who jumping look so fake its unreal 🤣😂

Dennis Scalpa
Dennis Scalpa
2 months ago

Voyager going beyond 40 years…wonder how the battery is doing in my 1980 Walkman.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago
Reply to  Dennis Scalpa

You gotta flip the tape over Dennis.

Bobby Cotton
Bobby Cotton
2 months ago

Its a tank like on an oil refinery. U can see the sheet metal insulation. Clown show

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
2 months ago

Thank’s Matt, You’re the best, but nobody believes us, if I’m not mistaken NASA Gets 54 million dollars a day & has for Decades. That makes sence? WTF?
A DAY.

Johnny Seven
Johnny Seven
2 months ago
Courtney H
Courtney H
2 months ago

My son started cracking up at “if you ever talk to some of your brain dead relatives.” 🤣

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Courtney H

After “waking up” about 18 years ago (wondering what’s going on?) then by 2011 I had done enough research to release what a joke it all is, I walked away from my corporate Art Director career.

Sometimes (these days) when I do visit some old friends (sometimes a few brain dead ones) I feel like I’m visiting mental patients on the Ship of Fools. I haven’t had any contact with any family member since 2001 (for a lot of reasons) none of which involved what happened in NYC.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago

Thanks Bill , for being OUR art director, here on FV. Your skills are welcome.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Ashman Mann

Thanks Mann

Shimshon
Shimshon
2 months ago

I grew up in Los Angeles and went to several game shows in the 1970s when I was young. In front of and above the audience, and not visible on camera, were monitors with simple instructions in large letters, like clap, laugh, etc. We were told to pay attention to them as the game went on. Even if such a monitor is absent in these rooms, these guys were obviously instructed to perform similarly for the cameras present.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Okay, this vid really rocked my comic boat. Who out there still talks to their family? And, can you please share this with them, because IF they have a shred of brain-matter left, this video of “mission control for the Voyagers” (should) shake their foundation.

I mean, what more would it take to reveal what a hoax (at least Veger I & II) were?

Would it actually take NASA laughing at your family, as they “unlock” the secret cabinet above the high-tech “warning” sign made of an office folder, as they open the cabinet your Aunt or Uncle (actually) sees a small squirrel wearing official NASA shirt (with logo) running on a Hamster wheel powering the Mission Control monitors? – would that push Uncle Gullible and Aunt Hollow Head to finally admit “something’s going on?”

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Raymond Warren
Raymond Warren
2 months ago

The blue shirt idiots look like they’ve just received some new nikes from Oprah.

Electric Tao
Electric Tao
2 months ago
Reply to  Raymond Warren

Maybe they announced Free Beer Fridays.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
2 months ago
Reply to  Raymond Warren

Everyone gets a psychosis!

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Ashman Mann

I’ve created art for many of the largest corporations and think I’ve got a little understanding about “corporate culture”, NASA’s must be off the rails, over the top, off the charts – bat-sh**-crazy (imo)

Electric Tao
Electric Tao
2 months ago

These poor operators at NASA never knew that the their readouts and controls were being fed by a separate computer simulation of the Voyager itself. They thought it was a live operation.

In programs such as this, operators and their equipment are repeatedly tested by simulation. Nothing is left to chance. All possible outcomes are simulated.

Each participant specializes in one particular job or function, and is unaware of anything outside of that job. The only thing they know and have access to is classified and is on a Need To Know basis.

The simulator that was used for training and testing was the same as the alleged live operation. Only the top brass would be “in on it”.

The same could be said for all of their programs. Training and simulation is 95% of their jobs.
I suspect that all NASA has really done is training. They video record these training sessions. That’s what we really see.

It’s possible that the trainees are lied to and believe the simulated victories of the past.
Thanks Matt. You are much funnier here on freevoice! Loved it.

James Kaplin
James Kaplin
2 months ago

Hence like Humpty Dumpty that is carried through time the phrase “It’s not rocket science” is carried through time to make sure the High Priest of beyond the firmament is held in utter most high reverence and you shall never question their authority. More words and spell craft to keep their enochian magic in place.

sigh inara
sigh inara
2 months ago

Mission Control needs matching t-shirts

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Dean Aldridge
Dean Aldridge
2 months ago

Thank you Matt and Rob.

Tyke Tiggerwillies
Tyke Tiggerwillies
2 months ago

For sure they are all in on it.

Serena smith
Serena smith
2 months ago

They have all been selected to be the next contestant on The Price is Right.

Tyke Tiggerwillies
Tyke Tiggerwillies
2 months ago

For an example of how easy it is for everyone to be in on it Google image the tv program Astronaut Wives Club. Every face in the program is based on the same face. NASA does the same thing with many of the astronauts. When you Google image the program you will find pictures of the so called real astronaut wives from the book. They are as fake as the tv wives. Their faces are all based on the same face. When analyzing faces for sameness compare one facial feature at a time presented from the same angle. Change in angle changes appearance.
There are many things to look for. For starters notice noses out of alignment with mouth and chin. No philtrum. No upper lip. Play of light and shadow. Helps to cover entire faces except for feature being compared especially eyes. Compare one eye at a time.
This stuff is standard fare with movies and TV programs and extends to the world stage right on down to many small town politicians and government bodies. We live in an actor/cgi/psyop scripted reality presented to us very similar to how the movies and TV programs are presented to us.

Tyke Tiggerwillies
Tyke Tiggerwillies
2 months ago

Be sure to compare teeth. Notice the technique using a lip to cover part of teeth to change appearance.

Trippy Walnutz
Trippy Walnutz
2 months ago

33 , 23 and 666 PROVE FAKE REALITY.
Take the Trippy Walnutz experience on YT. Just posted it today.

purrroudbeauty
purrroudbeauty
2 months ago

Thanks for breaking this one down in a fun way Matt.

Winston Wu
Winston Wu
2 months ago

Matt,
Doesn’t NASA claim that their probes are solar powered or have solar panels on them? If so, would that give it everlasting power? Or can’t the probes keep moving from lack of friction in space? Wouldn’t NASA claim something like that?

Winston Wu
Winston Wu
2 months ago

Btw Matt, what about 9/11? Wouldn’t at least several hundred people have to be in on that too? Not just 10 or 20?

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