MOON BOUNCING BITCOIN TRANSACTIONS

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Got no internet connection?

Still want to send some bitcoin?

Just prepare the transaction (all possible completely offline) and then send it to the moon!

Yes! You heard right!

SEND. IT. TO. THE. MOON.

satoshi.radio have architected a way to relay transactions to the network by using morse code, radio waves, and the moon.

Yes, the ACTUAL MOON.

It will bounce off the moon.. be captured by someone on earth and then be broadcasted into the blockchain :>

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Márcio Gandra - Tests at 200W with Doubled Dipole Directional Yagi Antenna

E.M.E. - EARTH MOON EARTH BITCOIN TRANSACTIONS

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The use of the Moon as a passive communications satellite was proposed by W.J. Bray of the British General Post Office in 1940. It was calculated that with the available microwave transmission powers and low noise receivers, it would be possible to beam microwave signals up from Earth and reflect them off the Moon. It was thought that at least one voice channel would be possible.
In the English literature, which has also become known in German-speaking countries, it was always assumed that the first EME was done in the USA. But according to reports by Dr. Ing. W. Stepp in the "Der Seewart" magazine, it seems that already in 1943, during experiments with radio measurement equipment, (radar) reflections of the moon were received and recognized as such. Since so far nothing was published about this in cq-DL, the report by Dr. Stepp is presented here as a preamble to the activities of German VHF amateurs. It has been translated into English by Pieter-Tjerk de Boer, A.K.A PA3FWM.

Source and read more: https://satoshi.radio.br/wp/

So that's it with the bUt wHaT iF goVeRnmeNt ShUtS dOWn tHe iNteRNeT? -FUD, I guess?

Bitcoiners will never stop and Bitcoin has already won.



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Satoshi radio is a verry cool project 👌 but the moon idea is over the top. Not really practical though but anyways, it shows that there is allways a way and there will be much more robust technochlogies. Many people right now research in the more oldshool direktions like radiowave/funk, lots of cool DIY stuff while the tech world want to go towards quantum channels. The future battle will be in centralised high tech vs. decentralised low tech/ DIY scene.

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if that's the battle, I'm already pretty sure who'll win

centralized structures are being attacked more easily than decentralized

you don't like moon bouncing? :D

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"night on earth records"..fitting :D

No its cool but when you travel by car ...which is the only no internet case I can think of, you usually dont travel with a 10GHz set up. I mean you can, you can stop somewhere and calibrate, but radio would still be the superior solution. Statlite/ bouncing is triangulatory and when you leave europe you end up in a situation where you in some cases only have ONE road that enables intercontinental traveling. I mean even when you travel in modern countries like Norway from Bergen to Oslo for example, you will verry precisely reveal where you are. Tech that geolocates you is bad tech inmo.

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very good points!

doesnt most communication tech locate you nowadays?
mobile internet is also minimum triangulatory, isnt it?

radio can also easily be located with modern tech..

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uff, thats actually sic. However, radio is different in many regards, triangulation doesn't need proximity. With laser pulse triangulation you can spot e.g. landing sites of Apollo missions to the point, no matter from where in the solar system. For radio field detection you need to be there with your detector. But probably there is allways a drone nearby :D ...:I

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What if the Gov-t gently introduced crypto taxation a year ago? THE MOON won't help a lot if police is beating the sh*t out of ya.
I don't share the optimism. Bitcoin did not win. Try to buy some cabbage for BTC first and see where it goes.

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yeah, if you believe in etatism and interventionism

it's pretty much hopeless

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Belief is not the right word. One cannot buy food for crypto yet: it is true. US Treasury raids shops that accept crypto, one at a time, it is true as well.
This is where the 'victory' of crypto pretty much ends. Facts don't care if I believe in them.

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If you think force/violence is a victory for the other side..

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I couldn't leave this comment ignored either, so...
I always wondered how intellectuals and philosophers manage to criticize or disrespect power and authority but still, when faced with power, most of the time, they are completely helpless.

I genuinely sympathize intellectuals, I identify as one.

But imagine Soviet Union: writers, journalists, and entrepreneurs were killed, imprisoned, or stripped of their possessions. Without a chance of a "dialogue" or "compromise". And without a chance to return anything back.

Now take a look at modern Belarus, people are killed and imprisoned again. The opposition cannot do anything against power, even if "the law" is on their side.

I could also mention what happens when intellectuals seize the power for themselves (French Revolution, masonic tradition) -- failure; or what happens when they serve the power, (the Church). There does not seem to be many particularly remarkable things that intelligence (or technology as a by-product) brings into the society at large. And into the life of an intelligent person.

Long story short, the only valuable, true intelligence there is, is power! Isn't it?

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If your idea needs force/ violence/ power to be accomplished
it is just shit

good ideas don't require force - they stand by themselves by logic and are benefitting

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True. All I was saying is, 'when a bad idea is supported by power, a good idea will fail'.

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