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Question #89092 posted on 03/06/2017 5:28 p.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Does NASA create lighting so we can't hear the space battles?

-Pew pew


Dear you you,

When I did an internship for NASA I had to sign a non-disclosure agreement, so I can't really say anything....



Dear Laser Bursts,

It's true that NASA created lighting. But all the light supposedly coming from the "Sun" isn't to mask space battles; it's all part of a bigger plot to perpetuate the myth that space exists. Ha, all those "stars" you think you see at night? They're just NASA's projections on the hardened shell that encapsulates the Earth (which NASA has tricked you into believing is the sky). If you don't believe me, just notice the discrepancies present in constellations depending on where you are when you look up at them. After all, there are hardly any stars in cities, while the "sky" is full of them out in the country.  

Open your eyes, dear Readers, and be ever vigilant to avoid falling into the myriad deceptions that surround us.



Dear friend,

I always thought that thunder and lightning was Thor wielding his hammer of justice against his enemies, so now you're giving me an emotional crisis.

-Van Goff