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It appears my friend Tony has been watching some of my videos. So, I specially prepared this one for him. With the new headlines that NASA is updating the software on a 45 year old piece of junk in deep space, making fun of Voyager is now easier than ever! 

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Wendy Strand
Wendy Strand
2 months ago

Hey Tony- If you think this is your friend I’ve got some reptile filled swamp land to sell ya 🐍

Matthew Haviland
Matthew Haviland
2 months ago
Reply to  Wendy Strand

I haven’t watched the video yet, so I don’t know if this is a reference to something specific in there, but I think it’s nice that Matt is Still friends with Tony, despite the disagreements.

Wendy Strand
Wendy Strand
2 months ago

No.. I mean if he thinks that’s actually his friend Matt..

Matthew Haviland
Matthew Haviland
2 months ago
Reply to  Wendy Strand

I may not be getting it. Lol.

Rachel V K
Rachel V K
2 months ago
Reply to  Wendy Strand

His friend is named Tony.

Cyber Bini
Cyber Bini
2 months ago
Reply to  Wendy Strand

Hi Wendy, this is Tony. Yes, Matt and I are friends and always will be. (Matt can verify this is me by the following statements 1) The Hunters are still trying to fix their garage door 2) In Vietnam they were nineteen…nnnnineteen 3) Everything has changed, absolutely nothing has changed ….

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Cyber Bini

hmmm….okay….well IF this is TONY you can now identify me by this:

TONY
Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
2 months ago

Poor Tony:(

Does Tony know he’s famous?

Last edited 2 months ago by Justhere Forthefood
William Hale
William Hale
2 months ago

What is the thruster pushing against to change its direction?
it’s in a vacuum!

Russ Gary
Russ Gary
2 months ago
Reply to  William Hale

I’m pretty sure it’s the “Hydrazene” or the backup hydrazene.

William Hale
William Hale
2 months ago
Reply to  Russ Gary

But that is what leaves the Voyager it must have something to push against you see the puffs leaving the craft

Russ Gary
Russ Gary
2 months ago
Reply to  William Hale

Sorry, I was being sarcastic.

Matthew Lorking
Matthew Lorking
2 months ago
Reply to  Russ Gary

Could’ve been the air spritz design where you just *pss pss pss* puff out air into a vacuum, and then you magically zoom super fast, like 30,000 miles an hour, zero debris, zero damage. ahahahahahahahahahahaha

Cyber Bini
Cyber Bini
2 months ago
Reply to  William Hale

William, this is Tony, this is what I don’t understand …the concept of thrust and how it works in space (which is a little different than how it works in the earth’s atmosphere) is explained by Physics. It is possible to create experiments that show how thrust works in a vacuum here on Earth, so why is the first thought that it is fake when a clear explanation exists and can be tested?

Russ Gary
Russ Gary
2 months ago

Hydrazene thrusters? Good thing I wasn’t drinking anything. It would have come out my nose.
Just for clarification, I was a super duper space nerd during the voyager era. Hydrazene thrusters was never mentioned

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Russ Gary

Me2…in 1980 (at 18 yrs old) I was hired as Art Director at the McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis. I used to so enjoy the ‘star show’ and spent hours reading mags like OMNI and others that promoted this field. I read Carl Sagan’s Cosmos a couple times and watched the show on PBS, so yeah I guess I was a space nerd also. As a truther I think honestly the last hold-out for me was Space, NASA and the whole Moon (fraud), once I swallowed that pill, well it’s been tasty wheat mush on the Matrix Nebuchadnezzar ever since…lol.

Last edited 2 months ago by William Lodderhose
richard spillman
richard spillman
2 months ago

We’re the same age. My uncle worked at JPL during Apollo 12, he gave me a roll of film from the mission. The same roll is on the NASA website. I had another uncle that was a plumber, but was much more smart as far as common sense goes, he bested the JPL uncle in debates every time. About 15 years ago when I found out the whole thing was fake, I looked at the pics again…completely done on a set.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Wow, thanks for sharing your story. I guess if I’m ever desperate I can use my art skills to get a job at NASA, to “help” them with their next missions (lol).

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago

Lol

Kirk Oliveri
Kirk Oliveri
2 months ago

This presentation legit had me laughing hysterically. Matt was making a great show, but it was honestly the absurd presentation more than anything.

Almost this alone could convince me that this realm is so fake, and the “people” or NPCs whatever you want to call them are so programmed, that literally anything could be said and they would believe it and defend it 110%.

Thanks for the good laugh, and the reminder that this place ain’t very real.

Matthew Haviland
Matthew Haviland
2 months ago
Reply to  Kirk Oliveri

I think if you made a good enough, two-part presentation of the Mandela Effect on one side and the hoaxes on the other (with some stuff, maybe, about all the writing they did about the hoaxes, and why they were planning them), you could wake some People up.

Last edited 2 months ago by Matthew Haviland
William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

forTONY

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William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

btw, something about the 2nd back-up computer for Vger (the) AACS Attitude and Articulation Con (whatever the F that means) AACS sounds a little too close to ASS but that’s classic NASA.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Here as you can see I deciphered the code:
11100010101010101000001111110010101010101010110
which clearly says:

“OH my God, the truthers are on to us, so….
You put your right hand in,
You put your right hand out,
You put your right hand in,
And you shake it all about,

You do the hokey pokey
and you turn yourself around.
That’s what it’s all about.

Zeb Johnson
Zeb Johnson
2 months ago

My cell phone gets no service if i drive 7 miles north from my house does anyone know the 1-800 # for Nasa perhaps they can send me the zero one zero one code to fix this problem 🤣

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Shhh…I’ve broke NASA’s Vger secret code, it says:

11110101010101010111100000101101010101010101010111011100001101011111010101

“You put your right hand in…you put your right hand out…you put your right hand in and you shake it all about ~
You do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself around. That’s what it’s all about”

OH and the super computer Deep Thought finally revealed the ultimate answer to the Universe, the question of life and everything else is: (42) thanks for playing.

thea leblanc
thea leblanc
2 months ago

Not saying Chrysler lebaron gonna crank after 35 years ; but we don’t know if space is a void, common air, plasma charged ether. Cliff high channel says they lied about void, Einstein theory. Clown show is to make us crazy like being gaslighted.

thea leblanc
thea leblanc
2 months ago

Laughed the entire discussion. 👍💜 thank you for the joy!!

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
2 months ago

Hello everyone!

Morgan trollinger
Morgan trollinger
2 months ago

I’ve found that ppl in my small circle don’t think big, they are not able to grasp the instability of all this, and what’s prob primary is cannot fathom how incredibly evil this all is.

This is mind-blowing, not being able to wrap my head around this….is probably what others grapple with

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

I used to grapple with it, no more, no way. Hey, (like you) most of my circle (which I’ve made much smaller) yep, they’re on the download, dancing on the Ship of Fools, so I’ve moved on (more or less). I wish them all luck, rarely socialize anymore.

don leino
don leino
2 months ago

The landlords are memers also

don leino
don leino
2 months ago
Reply to  don leino

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Roger jackson
Roger jackson
2 months ago

Matt If my name were tony I would never leave my house, you completely destroyed him.
I feel a bit sorry for him, but from the sounds of it he had it coming.
I purchased a 1966 Thunderbird convertible that was stored 26 years in a controlled environment. Before I would attempt to try and fire it up. I dropped the gas tank, ended up getting a new one. Rebuilt the Carb., changed all of the filters, plugs and wires. changed from a points system to electronic. Put new gas in the new gas tank oh and replace the fuel pump. After putting a new Battery in it fired up. It is just something I enjoy doing in retirement. Oh and Tony, in case you read these, this is one of my favorites only because I have tried to convince some friends as Matt has with the same results. Matt you are amazing and I love what you do. I can only hope Tony watched!!!!

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Roger jackson

I really hope Tony watched, we’re spitting out some quality comedy at his expense, the least he can enjoy is trying to laugh at himself (Which I think is very important for the old guard here…)

Cyber Bini
Cyber Bini
2 months ago
Reply to  Roger jackson

Yes, I feel destroyed. Basic facts of how things work in a vacuum that have been known since Sir Issac Newton are being disputed. How could I be so silly? Of course, I must be wrong because Matt has said that a dish system from Direct TV doesn’t adjust automatically that must prove that the 20 million dollar dish from NASA can’t adjust automatically. I must be just dumb that I believe that NASA builds equipment that will last because they have the funds and incentives to do so and the fact that it is in space (a vacuum) allows equipment to last longer.

richard spillman
richard spillman
2 months ago

When I was 18 a buddy took me to the Ivar Theater in Hollywood, a totally nude strip theater, my buddy was 17 but he said “These people are so stupid, they can’t add, we’ll be OK.” We watched about an hour of chicks and he says “Do you wanna buy some pot and get high and watch some more?” What an adventure. So I asked “Where are we going to find the pot?” He says “We are on Hollywood Blvd, it will find us!” So we go walking down Hollywood Blvd and this guy comes walking past us swangin’ his pocket watch wearing the trenchcoat just like the Sesame Street character, saying “Sessameyan, Columbian, fresh Hawaiian, Acopulco Gold…” we looked at each other, my friend says “THAT’S THE GUY!” We chased him down, he pulls us into the shadows, “What can I get for you fellahs?” “We would like $10.00 of you finest cannabis…” “SSSHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!” “Give me the money, here’s your grass…be careful, it’s potent!” We ran to the head shop, bought some strawberry rolling papers, rolled some grass into a joint, lit it up, and yup, it was grass, PARK GRASS. RRRRrrrrrriiiiiiggggggghhhhttttttttt I think PeeWee Herman got busted at the Ivar years later…It’s closed down now.

Matthew Eggleston
Matthew Eggleston
2 months ago

This is the last time I comment on anything like this on any channel. Imma start with what Matt got wrong and then what he got right.
Wrong:
1) The hydrazine thrusters are gas thrusters under pressure and don’t require ignition. These are simple devices that wouldn’t require maintenance and there’s no moisture in space to cause anything to rust. The thrusters aren’t the problem.

2) The radioactive material emits particles that induce a current in the coil. It has no moving parts and is engineered to not overheat because of radiant cooling. Unlike the shuttle and apollo missions, radiant cooling can explain the generators not overheating on these deep space probes because the amount of radiation and current is so small.

Right: Ironically, such a small amount of current is not adequate to create a signal strong enough to be heard on earth from that far away. It falls off in a square function. So for every unit of distance the signal travels, it is exponentially weaker than it was the previous unit. Meaning the signal is brighter by a factor of itself times itself for each unit of distance it is closer to the receiver.

They say that’s why they have to use radio telescopes to pick up the signal, but some dude supposedly recently found it with a rooftop job he made himself. It’s not believable.

Radio Telescopes are aimed when looking for a specific signal and can move very slightly to adjust for the earth’s rotation and the movement of the object, however with the rotation, and our orbit around the sun and our solar system orbit around the galaxy taken into account as well as the path of the probe itself, the computation would be very complex. In addition, even though the transmitter uses a dish to spread the signal out (which thins it’s already dismal signal strength), there would only be windows where reception would even be possible and these would be different for each radio telescope throughout the world. A non moving dish would have an extremely short window of opportunity in which to catch a signal. This is because even though a dish is designed to concentrate a weak signal into a stronger one, that is only true for line of sight signals. If the signal hits the dish from the side, and very little actually gets into the dish, it may not register at all.

Orientation of the craft is done by gyroscopes which makes sense, something the apollo missions didn’t use, laughably. Since this is the case, the only reason for the hydrazine thrusters would be course changes, which would require corresponding adjustments to the dish to compensate. I assume they use the gyroscopes for that, which is fine. That should work.

Bottom line: highly doubtful they’re still getting a signal no matter what they say. And that’s being nice.

George Grezik
George Grezik
2 months ago

I have a brother named Tony, but he’s like us he believes everything we believe. and he is coming up with new stuff everyday. He is 65 I’m only 63 but, we love Matt because he makes us laugh our ass off we love him

Ricky Bobo
Ricky Bobo
2 months ago

The distance alone would be a problem with believing the fairy tale in a static universe, but consider that the Earth is oribiting around the sun so its angle to “Veeger” would change continuously. The sun is also moving through space. The craft could not move away from the sun for decades without propulsion unless it overcame the sun’s gravitational pull. If that is the case. The sun must also be pulling the orbit locked Earth away from “Veeger” because the Earth is orbit locked in orbital distance where “Veeger” is not.

Michelle Mancini
Michelle Mancini
2 months ago

Seems we are the Voyagers. Said “Vessel” having been commercialized by other entities enslaving living men and women for food, breeding, experimentation, etc.

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Michelle Mancini
Michelle Mancini
2 months ago

One more related meme

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Matthew Lorking
Matthew Lorking
2 months ago

They applied KITCHEN-GRADE foil…. ahahahahahah

Cyber Bini
Cyber Bini
2 months ago

Yeah and do you know how I block the radiation from a giant nuclear fission device in the sky from burning my skin….I put on clothes.

Joseph Antoinette
Joseph Antoinette
2 months ago

So they had the ability of wireless computer communication to download/upload messages and code from back then?
And who would know how to work with that code technology now? All those engineers have to be long retired and most probably have passed on from that time period.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago

Well…we know for sure they had “kitchen quality” aluminum foil…everything else is suspect…

Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon
2 months ago

Matt, may you be blessed my heavenly brother; I needed a good ridiculous laugh at something elementary and yet at the same time absurd 🙂 thank’s again and of course as always armor on everyone!

uapchannel2@gmail.com
uapchannel2@gmail.com
2 months ago

Puppets don’t even breathe, maybe Lefty’s selling Ernie a bottle of the breath of life, nephesh. That’s perhaps something that resonates to make the old clip still significant. Also, without buying it, Ernie already played the harmonica without air, the magic and completeness is already there before reality tries to sell something.

Margriet Brandsma
Margriet Brandsma
2 months ago

Your clickbait was too good to be ignored !!! Have been listening to you on YT. Have never visited your website, until now, couldn’t resist this one. And OMG is it worthwhile !!! You are a wonderful being Matt, you lighten up my life.

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago

You are dug in. You’re not an aerospace engineer, and that’s basically the end of the story. As well as the other doubters of thrust, which is just Newtons 2nd law. End of story. However you do make a compelling statement about the esoteric meaning of the Star Trek episode. Maybe you can convince Tony to see reality breaking down around him in ways that don’t need rocket science, but maybe he’s better off on the ship of fools. I’ve worked on moon missions an believe me these people are smarter than you but also doesn’t mean you’re wrong. I gave up on that before I got to NASA but not before we faked a moon landing twice. Something fishy could very well be going on and my guess is Tony’s world is far removed from any of the fakery. Anyway just wasted like 10min writing this. Woy bout to self

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago

Hahaha I kept watching… no, you’re right. This is insanity!

Cyber Bini
Cyber Bini
2 months ago

Matt, it’s Tony, you’ll recognize that it truly is me from some of my comments below. Your video was wildly entertaining – there is NO DOUBT you are a top notch storyteller and provocateur.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
2 months ago
Reply to  Cyber Bini

hahaha

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
2 months ago

Grand Tour = Grassy Knoll

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