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posted ago by Arturhawkwing ago by Arturhawkwing +28 / -1

SpaceX is supposedly a month or two away from bankruptcy. After lobbing thousands of satellites into space in low earth orbit (supposedly for internet) they suddenly fear bankruptcy.

So what is starlink really for? Autonomous drones? 'Cloud' servers to house an AI? Uplinks for the vaxxed?

Whatever it is, i have never believed the ISP story. It's almost as ridiculous as believing CERN is for smashing atoms.

https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/11/30/elon-musk-warning-not-first-time-spacex-has-risked-bankruptcy.html

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jubyeonin 8 points ago +8 / -0

Worldwide tracking systems need worldwide coverage. That was always the point. Musk is propped by the New World Order government. Tesla was almost bankrupt and rips all of a sudden and Pelosi and friends make tens or hundreds of millions of dollars each.

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pkvi 5 points ago +5 / -0

This.

Amazon is also looking to launch thousands into orbit soon.

Another company as well.

This covers the planet "in internet" bcuz the cables in the ground that work are not so good. Bull shit.

This is a metaverse tracking something.. its a control atmosphere.. nothing less.

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R_Hak 5 points ago +5 / -0

From a logistic pov, lets assume a buttlerian jihad happens, and we need to fight AI. The AI having the communicating infrastructure in the sky would be a lot harder to destroy compared to just cables on the ground or undersea. Going in the sky is a lot harder.

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