High above the planet Earth, a communications satellite is adrift which could wreak havoc with the Internet. Of course, sources "in the know" or not actually saying it could disrupt the web, but what they're NOT saying is just as important as what they ARE saying.
The satellite, Galaxy 15, which is owned and operated by a communications company called Intelsat, went "silent" when a possible solar flare knocked out its systems. This happened in April -- a full month ago. Why the delay in telling us? Why are they just now saying there could be problems? Why are they singling out cable TV as the only thing that will be affected and not including the Department of Defense or the Internet?
It's because they don't want us to know the truth.
If a satellite can careen across space and disrupt MTV and Fox, then it surely has the power to shut down the Internet, and we all know what that means -- no email, no Facebook, no Twitter, no YouTube, no Google, no iJustine, no...
What? No iJustine? Holy Cow! Without iJustine, there's no reason to have the internet at all. In fact, the whole planet is DOOMED! Did you hear me? I said DOOMED!
We might as well pack up our toys and go home -- or maybe to Mars.
iJustine invented the Internet. She is the sole reason I even care about it!