Popular Science 1931: First Man in “Space” Reports a Flat Disk | The Enormity of the Globe Deception

The article below comes from the August, 1931 edition of Popular Science Magazine. There’s ample evidence online of the serious problems with both NASA and the globe model, and that there’s a concerted effort underway to promote an occult based, heliocentric cosmology. The question we need to be asking is “why”? I mean, imagine the money that’s been invested in this! The answer is; to hide God, burying the uniqueness of His creation in a sea of vast space, stars and galaxies, and deceivingly convincing him that he arose from a primordial goo, turning man inward to find the answers to his condition rather than outward to seek his loving creator. There is currently no satisfying model of the true earth we live on or nature of the sun, moon and stars, and I for one, wonder if there ever will be. Is the true nature of the creation beyond the limits of the lauded “wisdom” of science?

…On that note, I want to begin this post with a beautiful scripture reading by Youtuber, Truth is Stranger than Fiction:

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Now, on to the 1931 article:

“Through portholes, the observers saw the earth through copper-colored, then bluish, haze. It seemed a flat disk with upturned edge.”

Ten Miles High in an AIR-TIGHT BALL (Popular Science Magazine, Aug, 1931)

Ten Miles High in an AIR-TIGHT BALL

A HUGE yellow balloon soared skyward, a few weeks ago, from Augsberg, -Germany. Instead of a basket, it trailed an air-tight black-and-silver aluminum ball. Within Prof. Auguste Piccard, physicist, and Charles Kipfer aimed to explore the air 50,000 feet up. Seventeen hours later, after being given up for dead, they returned safely from an estimated height of more than 52,000 feet, almost ten miles, shattering every aircraft altitude record. Oxygen tanks kept them alive while they made observations. Records of their instruments are now being checked and interpreted. First to rise safely into the upper layer of the earth’s atmosphere, they found the air pressure at ten miles altitude so low — one-tenth of that at sea level—that a man exposed to it would perish much as a deep-sea fish bursts of its own internal pressure when brought to the earth’s surface. Piccard and his aid found cosmic rays, mysterious radiations from outer space, far more powerful than at the earth’s surface, and gaged their intensity. The explorers trapped samples of the upper air, “blue air,” as Piccard reported it to appear, in cylinders. Analysis may prove it exceptionally rich in ozone,the intensely blue gas supposedly responsible for the Heaviside layer or “radio roof.” The story of their adventure surpasses fiction. During the ascent, the aluminum ball began to leak. They plugged it desperately with vaseline and cotton waste, stopping the leak. In the first half hour the balloon shot upward nine miles. Through portholes, the observers saw the earth through copper-colored, then bluish, haze. It seemed a flat disk with upturned edge. At the ten-mile level the sky appeared a deep, dark blue. With observations complete, the observers tried to descend, but couldn’t. While their oxygen tanks emptied, they floated aimlessly over Germany, Austria, and Italy. Cool evening air contracted the balloon’s gas and brought them down on a glacier near Ober-Gurgl, Austria, with one hour’s supply of oxygen to spare.

The video below shows a Hennessey commercial depicting the experiment, the capsule bursting through water at high altitude, mockingly depicting the biblical account of a firmament and waters above.

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