Thursday, 10 March 2016

169) “So-called “satellite” TV dishes are almost always positioned at a 45 degree angle towards the nearest ground-based repeater tower. If TV antennae were actually picking up signals from satellites 100+ miles in space, most TV dishes should be pointing more or less straight up to the sky. The fact that “satellite” dishes are never pointing straight up and almost always positioned at a 45 degree angle proves they are picking up ground-based tower signals and not “outer-space satellites.”


“Towards the nearest ground-based repeater” 

Repeater of which network, on which frequency? 

So how did you check your claim about repeater towers? 

You give no evidence. 

Then you say; “most TV dishes should be pointing more or less straight up to the sky. The fact that “satellite” dishes are never pointing straight up and … proves they are picking up ground-based tower signals and not “outer-space satellites.” 

Why, in the name of reason? Why should they point straight up? 

That would mean that there would have to be a satellite almost directly above every point on earth! 

Another claim that’s completely irrational, and you make no attempt even to argue it, just tell us to believe you on faith. 

No thanks.

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