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Originally posted by Unity_99
Originally posted by Pauligirl
Originally posted by jazz10
The conspiracy is massive here im saying Iridium in all forms wether mineral or satalite conselation or company all seem to have links to iridium on way shape or form
And there's the question again that everyone seems to be asking.
What ties it together?
I've read your post and the links. And the other thread.
Other than the word "iridium" I don't see any connections.
Now, rather that post more links to things that don't seem to connect, please tells us in your words how you are seeing this all together.
Frequency. And the properties in irridium which have been used:
ridium has been used in the radioisotope thermoelectric generators of unmanned spacecraft such as the Voyager, Viking, Pioneer, Cassini, Galileo, and New Horizons. Iridium was chosen to encapsulate the plutonium-238 fuel in the generator because it can withstand the operating temperatures of up to 2000 °C and for its great strength.
Another use concerns X-ray optics, especially X-ray telescopes. The mirrors of the Chandra X-ray Observatory are coated with a layer of iridium 60 nm thick. Iridium proved to be the best choice for reflecting X-rays after nickel, gold, and platinum were also tested. The iridium layer, which had to be smooth to within a few atoms, was applied by depositing iridium vapor under high vacuum on a base layer of chromium.
Iridium is used in particle physics for the production of antiprotons, a form of antimatter. Antiprotons are made by shooting a high-intensity proton beam at a conversion target, which needs to be made from a very high density material. Although tungsten may be used instead, iridium has the advantage of better stability under the shock waves induced by the temperature rise due to the incident beam.[67....
Carbon–hydrogen bond activation (C–H activation) is an area of research on reactions that cleave carbon–hydrogen bonds, which were traditionally regarded as unreactive. The first reported successes at activating C–H bonds in saturated hydrocarbons, published in 1982, used organometallic iridium complexes that undergo an oxidative addition with the hydrocarbon.
Iridium complexes are being investigated as catalysts for asymmetric hydrogenation. These catalysts have been used in the synthesis of natural products and able to hydrogenate certain difficult substrates, such as unfunctionalized alkenes, enantioselectively (generating only one of the two possible enantiomers).
This has a lot of implications and they even give names to satellites that direct frequency its name.
Tim Tyler: Triaxial weaving
Note this weave is sturdy a really strong fabric of frequency, like a sturdy net, that at the same time involves geometry, pentagon/pentagram.
They are creating a form of antimatter itself with this.
Not surprising that its so dense, gravity. Lower frequency and maintenance of lower frequency and looks they're amping things up for a cycle and NWO.
But in order to do this they have engage humans to harm, thats how we get spiritually harmed otherwise our souls are progressing.
Ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, and platinum together make up a group of elements referred to as the platinum group metals (PGM).
The name iridium is appropriate, for its salts are highly coloured. Iridium is white, similar to platinum, but with a slight yellowish cast. It is very hard and brittle, making it very hard to machine, form, or work. It is the most corrosion resistant metal known, and was used in making the standard metre bar of Paris, which is a 90% platinum-10% iridium alloy. This metre bar has since been replaced as a fundamental unit of length (see Krypton).
Originally posted by wulff
I just happened to be directed to this thread (which I didn't go through and read) but here is what I know of the iridium project (as I was involved in it and was against it from the start) it is simply a global phone system that was stupid from the start. And here is where it started:
One of our engineers took a vacation with his wife to a small island that had no phone service, she was into real estate and was freaked out because she had no contact to see how her business was going 'our' brilliant engineer thought "Why not place enough satellites around the earth so there isn't any place you would be out of communications?" okay, he came back and talked to XXXX XXXXXX (I'm not going to use his real name here) and talked him into it! Now, it was balzz to the wall as we ramped up to do this, the reason for the name? it was decided it would take 77 satellites to blanket the earth,hence the clever name "Iridium" but then a little more calculating it was discovered that fewer satellites would work but it was decided to keep the name. One of the criteria for this project was to use as much "off the shelf" products we could! And we did, we used store bought modems and the main satellites electronics were standard PC motherboards!! I put in a lot of 12 hour days during this time as this store-bought hardware would sometimes fail and there was a mad rush as I got a memo labeled 'ROG' which meant Rocket On Ground' (waiting for the satellite to be repaired). on the mornings we had a launch we were sent a memo and could watch the rocket trail from here in Mesa, AZ (looking to the east).
Why did it fail? For one thing the phones were as big as a block, and was $3500 and it could not be used inside a building so there was never a market for it (we were already the leader in Cell Phones so why this?).
After just a super short time our manager sent us a memo saying it was a complete bust and we were going to "DE-ORBIT" them (I had never heard the word before but we had a field day with the "we told you so's!" from the start in our meeting we asked "who will buy these?" I even said in one meeting that the military was the ONLY group I could see that it would be useful as you could call anywhere in the world directly to another Iridium phone. Well, because of the billions (it was considered the worst mistake and costliest project any company ever made) which pretty much closed our entire sector down and thousands of us lost our jobs!
Instead of de-orbiting them they were sold for literally pennies on the dollars so that was the end.
I found it incredible a single engineer with a hair-brained idea could make the entire company listen to him when so many of us was against it!
No conspiracies here folks, I was right in the middle of it and lost my job because of it! It was simply a stupid idea that backfired and ruined Motorola as we knew it!
Before this fiasco there was about 35,000 Moto employees in the valley and now less than 800!
For those that know a little of what I am talking about there was an analog sector in Mesa on Dobson road churning out discreet devices from the huge plant since 1964 and it was bull-dozed down (I was given the job of finishing up my work by wiping the hard-drives in those offices before they were sold as salvage. (there were dozens of new air-handlers priced at over $15 million each that was scrapped even before there were used).
Hope this inside news might have helped some of you understand what and why of the entire Iridium project was developed and how it pretty much ruined a company.
I just remembered this so I will add it: We were given the use of the SR-71 Super-Fast aircraft to fly across the country to test our first units (probably the last time they were used). Also, there was an Antarctic Exploration going on at the time and Motorola gave them a phone to show how useful they were and about halfway through their mission (they called daily) there were told the units were all shutting down and that was the last call they would be able to make!
This whole things sounds like something a few geek kids dreamed up but the sad thing is this was given the blessing of the Grandson of Motorola's founder Bob Galvin and I'm sure Robert is spinning in his grave to this day!edit on 20-4-2012 by wulff because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by HermitShip
Nice thread OP, and I have some thoughts about this situation, and the implications of it. But I dont bother sharing anymore with People, because People in reality are not open minded, and believe in what they are told is real and not.
However, Im sure you are aware of Mind Control Patents right? You might be interested in seeing how they tie in.
Here is the link. www.rense.com...
All the technology stated can be verified with the US Patent Office online is anyone thinks they are not real.
What I have gathered thus far from the material is that this global system of satellites that covers every area of the planet can have several applications that a bad NWO could use to potentially enslave the planet, or worse, depopulate it. Using frequencies like which HAARP uses, they could easily direct it to murder millions of people with pin point accuracy. Those that they choose to live will be implanted with RFID and can easily be tracked and controlled. Also, using the same technique as HAARP, they could use the satellites to control the weather, or use those satellites to direct the energies released by HAARP facilities. This would not be the first theory of HAARP testing being the cause of the massive bird and fish kills.
Originally posted by TedHodgson
reply to post by hypervalentiodine
The connection is Obvious IF you read all the information provided, Please feel free to post a thread on how ANY other element has a combined connection to any current events and link it to this post if you can of course.
Jazz is not Super-human and should not be expected to be,