I've built a device, it's capable of turning matter to energy and energy to matter with perfect efficiency, I've got the resources to build a space station in secrecy, and I want to get off the planet in case things start to go badly.
Naturally, I can't go too far, or the signal lag will start interfering with my business (the business of moving the world into a post-scarcity society), so I need to stay within 1,500,000 km of the earth to keep the interference minimal. Luckily for me: My device is capable of quite a lot.
Using my Massive Intellect I have discovered that Noether's theorem doesn't hold true. Specifically in the case of momentum (both angular and normal), I can manipulate things such that my device essentially becomes a reactionless drive. As long as conservation of energy still holds I can speed anything up without having to lose any reaction medium. This frees me from the Tsiolkovsky rocket equation, gives me (nigh on unlimited) delta-V and lets me use any thrust profile I want at any time I want. It's also really cool.
My question is this: Given that I have unlimited delta-V, can launch from anywhere on the globe and develop any orbital pattern I desire, is there any way to hide from the combined sensing capabilities of the world and not cause a thermonuclear war?
Please note: Although I can in theory use a large version of my device to hide the bulk of my station (an active cloak of sorts) there must always be some physical components outside of the energy-matter field, specifically at the intersections of the vertices that make up whatever polygon the field is shaped as. These components are ~1 m in diameter, made of metal and radiate in a variety of EM spectra (though I can tune them to hide certain frequencies if it's advantageous). These components radiate as much energy as they would if they were 300 Kelvin each, so if it's easier to hide a few 'warm' spots than one large (potentially insulated) one, then this tactic is worth it.