Yeah, pretty pictures that might as well be of models in his garage. Nobody else in the world with satellite cameras and telescopes ever sees them.
And their 'orbital motion' as described is impossible -- designed to delude the gullible, IMHO.
No one ever put scope things out to the public either.
Not even NASA.
So there is no reason to bite the hand that feeds information.
Information is costly.
To know how computers work buying books and getting teachers classes
Unless you have a family business.
A lot of phony UFO videos out in the world but there would not be phony
videos unless there was real videos.
One youtuber posted a complaint video that others take his videos
and make ridiculing videos.
He may have a case based on any internet bullying rules.
Gridkeeper or Watson received recognition from MIT that the objects
might be or were Star Wars program equipment.
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