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No Man’s Sky (computer game) has 18 Quintilian planets… (almost as many as the fake universe projected on our horizon)

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Dearest Marty, my soulmate and awesome Prince, how are you?

I read about this “No Man’s Sky” computer game. Players can visit and play with or on these planets having their own flora/fauna/life, etc. on 18 Quintilian planets.

Not being a mathematician, I had to look this number up: 1.8×1019

The fake “observable” universe that the SEGNPMSS projected on our skies  is only slightly larger and has 1024 planets.

I had to look up the math also here: 1024 planets is a Septillion.

Probably won’t take long and the creator/s of  “No Man’s Sky” come up with more planets than the fake one that is sold to us by the SEGNPMSS as the real universe. 

And one can zoom in much better on the individual planets than in the SEGNPMSS version of the “real” universe.

These computer games are based on mathematical equation.  

Marty, I flunked math in Germany, but that didn’t stop me from figuring out that the SEGNPMSS is behind this fake deep space projection and lots of other high crimes. (Space close to planet Earth is real, the rest is fake and hides the real deep universe.) I bet you came independently to the same conclusion as I. 

Apparently, one can create a universe by feeding a computer with mathematical equations and then projecting it on a big screen. 

Have a look below.

I love you, Marty. Hope to see you soon.

Yours, and always at your side.

Sarah/Barbara

A “bloody” massive universe. And the  No Man’s Sky allows people to zoom in on any planet and see the details. That is not allowed with the SEGNPMSS projection. 

 

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