Taken Down By YouTube
Sunday, 04 August 2013
’According to the Thunderbolts Project this documentary was removed by the Google-owned YouTube following ’a single complaint of copyright infringement by astronomer Travis Rector at the University of Alaska’. It goes on:
’Prompted by astronomer Sean Walker, Rector filed a complaint with YouTube, in disregard for both fair use and fair play. Unwittingly, he provoked an outpouring of criticism that caused him to hide the story he’d published on his own Facebook page as criticism continued to pour in.
On matters such as this, public consciousness has come a long way in recent years. Take away the fair use principle and the same people who manage taxpayer funding within the sciences will also control the flow of information and ideas.
When foundational theory is thrown into question, a publicly supported jobs program will typically resort to science by news release. Its advocates will seek to maintain an illusion, to suggest that "all is well in our science."
But what if facts discovered by their own scientists challenge the cover story from start to finish? That’s when the program’s Inquisitors will resort to "copyright infringement" claims, seeking to deny public access to data and images gathered at taxpayer expense.’
There is a gathering war against the communication of all views and information that demolish the lie-machine that we call ’The System’ in all its forms and we must not stand for this at any price. Great news that we now have them running around in such a panic, though.
The THUNDERBOLTS PROJECT challenges our fundamental assumptions about the workings of the universe, and then offers an alternative vision. Born of empirical science, this vision is startling in its common sense simplicity, and stunning in its reach and ability to make comprehensible both age-old and modern-day mysteries.
There are no ‘black holes’, there is no ‘dark matter’, comets are not ‘dirty snowballs’, the sun is not a ‘nuclear furnace’, and the origins of world mythology are not primitive invention but can be directly linked to deep space exploration and leading-edge experiments in plasma physics.
The recent YouTube take-down of this fact-based documentary has provoked a remarkable response, suggesting that a large and growing community understands very well the issues at stake.