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« Reply #165 on: Apr 9th, 2013, 05:02am »

Have you ever looked at the atmosphere itself and noticed tiny little black squiggles in it.......sun interference.

This happens in the day time because the Sun stimulates the Earths own atmospheric condition with the light shone upon its face.

Think about what would happen if those very tiny little squiggles became bigger........and the interference increased.....what do you think would happen?

You would begin to see black balls because the signals of interference itself were changed. Interference caused the life of Planet Earth herself....hence changing it changes life itself.

As the interference opens it would cause the other sounds of the atmospheric harmony to fall into it and begin to emit colors and radiance, as a reaction demonstrating that it has been erased.

Look at your TV set off channel and all of the squiggly signals it creates....and think about transmission and what it is.......burnt energy from the previous atmospheric attack on Planet Earth. The atmosphere healed over the interference of the huge Earth burn, as documented in ancient literature and created a new holy life from its signals.

Enlarge those signals of interference and you will see, why they called the Christ the Carpenter (from tectonicus) as tectonic plates, and the spirit (sound) that healed the atmosphere as a real astronomical ancient Earth event. Change the healing and change life itself.

See the Hebrew signals describing the Christ Values, as those same interference signals.......known through their own psychic and spiritual awareness.

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Hebrew Zohar demonstrates the ancient spiritual psychic wisdom as a scientific fact

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« Reply #166 on: Apr 9th, 2013, 05:23am »

you will see, why they called the Christ the Carpenter (from tectonicus) as tectonic plates, . [/quote]


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« Reply #167 on: Nov 11th, 2013, 10:51pm »

The story of the Message of the Watchers begins with the events described in the ancient Book of Enoch. This book was banned, lost and forgotten for a thousand years. The Book of Enoch talks about "Two hundred angels, the children of heaven", who descended to earth. They explained the calendar to Enoch, which he recorded, "but not for this generation, but for a remote one which is for to come". What was hidden in our calendar for future generations? Vladimir Pakhomov has found this information!
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« Reply #168 on: Jan 25th, 2014, 5:29pm »

Looking for a 'superhabitable' world? Try Alpha Centauri B*, says Astrobiology Journal

Source: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News
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Astrobiology, led by Editor-in-Chief Sherry L. Cady, Chief Scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and a prominent international editorial board comprised of esteemed scientists in the field, is the authoritative resource for the most up-to-date information and perspectives on exciting new research findings and discoveries emanating from interplanetary exploration and terrestrial field and laboratory research programs. The Journal is published monthly online with Open Access options and in print, and is the Official Journal of the Astrobiology Society. Complete tables of content and a sample issue may be viewed on the Astrobiology website. (Photo Credit: © Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers)

New Rochelle, January 23, 2014óThe search for extraterrestrial life extends far beyond Earth's solar system, looking for planets or moons outside the "stellar habitable zone" that may have environments even more favorable to supporting life than here on Earth. These superhabitable worlds have unique characteristics and are ideal targets for extrasolar exploration, as described in a provocative Hypothesis Article in Astrobiology, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers. The article is available free on the Astrobiology website, here: http://www.liebertpub.com/ast

In "Superhabitable Worlds" Renť Heller, McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) and John Armstrong, Weber State University (Ogden, UT), propose how tidal heating can create conditions in which life could emerge on an icy or terrestrial planet or moon once thought to be uninhabitable.

*A great place for hydrothermal microorganisms and a volcanic eruption in the weather forecast every morning and evening," says Norman Sleep, Senior Editor for Astrobiology and Professor in the School of Earth Sciences at Stanford University, "a tidally heated planet would be unpleasant though spectacular to visit."
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« Reply #169 on: Jan 26th, 2014, 12:10am »

Again it comes down to a group of governments that hate each other, even attack each other, all agreeing to hide a secret.
Governments that cannot hide anything else for more than a couple of years keeping the secret.
A vast network of human beings that have an almost pathelogical need to look important, and to share secrets, all keeping their mouths shut and every shred of solid evidence locked away. Something they have never done with any other secret for more than a few decades so far.
I believe in UFOs, I've seen them. I believe that somewhere out there an intelligent species at least our equal exists, it just makes sense. I even believe that this planet has been visited from time to time.
But I do not believe in any secret contact theory. Period.
That, simply goes against all I know about human nature and the capabilities of governments.
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« Reply #170 on: Jul 7th, 2014, 12:25pm »

Should Humanity Try to Contact Intelligent Aliens?

By Leonard David, Space.com
July 07, 2014

Astronomers have detected nearly 2,000 alien planets to date. As that number continues to rise, so too does the prospect of finding intelligent extraterrestrial life.

In terms of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI), it may no longer be a matter of answering the "are we alone" question, some scientists say. Rather, just how crowded is the universe?

And if ET is out there, it may be possible to reach out with direct "radio waving" to potentially habitable exoplanets. This form of cosmic cryptography, called "Active SETI," involves no longer merely listening for a signal but purposefully broadcasting to, and perhaps establishing contact with, other starfolk.

Active SETI sounds like science fiction, but some astronomers are discussing it seriously today. The idea is, as it has been in the past, a controversial, hot-button issue, with some researchers wary of sending signals out to touch base with intelligent aliens.

Work in progress
"Itís a subject of discussion, Iíll put it that way," said Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, Calif. There have been many workshops and symposia over the years to discuss Active SETI, he said, and because it has a highly emotional component, "itís like a third rail in a way," he said.
Shostak told Space.com that he feels the topic is not something to worry too much about.

"But there may not be that perception in the broader public Ö that we have discussed this to death. They havenít seen these discussions nor participated in them," he said.
But exoplanet detections are making news around the world, Shostak said. "Thatís putting the whole question of life in space in front of the public in a way that perhaps wasnít true 20 years ago.
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Still, trying to figure out whatís the best thing to do, in terms of Active SETI, is a work in progress, Shostak said. "What is the best way to communicate? What do you doÖjust ping them with a carrier wave and you encode Wikipedia? If you are going to do it, whatís the best way to communicate?"

Long shot
A few years ago, renowned British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking suggested that communicating with ET could be a threat to Earth.

While itís likely alien life exists, Hawking said, a visit to Earth by other starfolk might turn ugly, akin to when Christopher Columbus landed in America. That didnít turn out so well for the Native Americans, he said.

"Hawking stirred things up a few years ago saying we shouldnít broadcast our existence because the outcome might be bad for us," said Chris Impey, deputy head of the astronomy department at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He co-edited the 2013 book, "Encountering Life in the Universe: Ethical Foundations and Social Implications of Astrobiology."

"Heís right about our immaturity as a species," Impey told Space.com, "but I think the argument is moot since intelligent civilizations are likely to be so sparsely distributed that communication in either direction is difficult or unlikely."

Active SETI, Impey said, "makes us feel a little more proactive, but I think itís a long shot worse than buying a lottery ticket."

For Impey, the "promising approach" is not conventional SETI or broadcasting, but detection of civilizations by their energy or technology imprints, "and that avoids all the issues of intention and communication and the anthropocentric tangle people get into with that."

Great unsolved mysteries
Adding his voice to the Active SETI dialogue is Steven Dick, the Baruch S. Blumberg NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology at the Kluge Center in Washington, D.C.
"I am for passive SETI programs, and in fact would advocate for renewed government funding after a 20-year lapse," Dick told Space.com. "Thatís because the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence is one of the great unsolved mysteries of science.".

Dick said that the current NASA astrobiology hunt is centered on microbes, but surely there should be an effort to go beyond micro-organisms and search for complex life with whatever means are available.

"On the other hand, I would not propose government funding for messaging extraterrestrial intelligence. I think we need to find ET first, and then have a period where a team consisting of scientists, social scientists and humanities people consider what the message should be," Dick said.

Different alien minds
However, Dick is not at all sanguine that communication with ET is possible. He thinks we underestimate how different alien minds can be compared to ours ó even their science and mathematics.

And that might account for the Fermi paradox, Dick said. That paradox, attributed to physicist Enrico Fermi, is the apparent contradiction between the high probability that extraterrestrial civilizations exist and the lack of contact with such civilizations. Hence, Fermiís 1950 lunchtime query to colleagues: "Where is everybody?"

"Having said that, it would be very difficult to regulate individual or institutional projects that wish to attempt messaging extraterrestrial intelligence, and I would not advocate attempting to regulate," Dick said. In his opinion, there is an equal chance that ET will be good or bad
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"We do not yet know enough about the evolution of altruism on Earth, much less among other possible intelligent life forms, to say ETs will all be good," Dick said. "That is a hope rather than a fact."

Directed beam
But havenít we already revealed ourselves with TV signals, military radar and other outputs into the cosmos? Even music is wafting across the universe, purposely directed toward a specific star.

That is true, Dick said, but itís not the same as sending a directed beam to a habitable exoplanet target.

"Still, the idea of planet Earth cowering and afraid to engage the universe is not a planet I would want to live on
. SETI attempts are part of our rising cosmic consciousness, and as such cannot be stifled," Dick said. "That this is the subject of such controversyÖitís an indication of how seriously the subject of intelligent life in the universe is now taken!"

Consequences of contact
"Yes, the issue should be re-debated," said Michael Michaud, author of the 2007 book, "Contact with Alien Civilizations: Our Hopes and Fears about Encountering Extraterrestrials."

Michaud is a former U.S. Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State and a long-time thinker and writer regarding the probability and consequences of coming into contact with an extraterrestrial civilization.

"Active SETI advocates broke with the conventional wisdom of the SETI pioneers, which was to listen but not transmit," Michaud told Space.com. "This change may have been driven by the impatience of younger SETI people after 40 years of unsuccessful searches."

"But Active SETI is not science," said Michaud. "It is an attempt to provoke a response from an alien society whose capabilities and intentions are not known to us."

Those most eager to send high-powered messages want their efforts to have consequences, Michaud said, not just for themselves, but for the entire human species. "There is no scientific or historical evidence telling us that the consequences of contact will be those they prefer."

Deliberate, powerful signals
Michaud says that an alien society able to detect our signals almost certainly would be more technologically advanced than our own, and might be capable enough and patient enough to send probes across light-years of space. Scientists and engineers have shown that robotic spacecraft able to reach nearby stars would be feasible for a civilization only slightly in advance of our own.

Michaud takes issue with the old claim that we already have been detected or that detection is inevitable. Experts have shown that the normal signals emitted by Earth are too weak to be heard at interstellar distances without colossal antennas, he said.

"Sending deliberate, unusually powerful signals is a decision that belongs properly with all Humankind," Michaud said. "We should have an open debate about whether or not to call attention to ourselves by making our civilization more detectable than it already is."

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« Reply #171 on: Jul 10th, 2014, 12:45pm »

I'm with Stephen Hawking on this one, Swamprat. Just look at how evolution turned out on Earth, with tremendous variety in regards to nice edible species like plankton and crops of lettuce, with very limited aggression, compared to superpredators like toothy sharks, intelligent technological apex predators like human beings, then again to viruses that are mutating their way to potentially killing all of earthly life.

Aliens might well turn out to come out of such a mix.

We might be calling out to folks just like us. Or sumtin a lot worse.

If evolution really happened, the best thing is to keep real quiet like, and try solve our own problems before sending out open invitations.

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« Reply #172 on: Sep 24th, 2015, 4:57pm »

Could the aliens be still looking for the intelligent life on planet earth?
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« Reply #173 on: Sep 24th, 2015, 5:10pm »

on Sep 24th, 2015, 4:57pm, walt wrote:
Could the aliens be still looking for the intelligent life on planet earth?


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« Reply #174 on: Sep 24th, 2015, 5:17pm »

We are what we are. Those making judgement on human behavior and intelligence are part of the group themselves. Who's to really say our behavior is out of the norm with other life?

I've always found it interesting how some have such a negative view on the collective of which they share in. If enough people wanted things different they could do it so what does that say? Of course, this is assuming that everything is not orchestrated by a higher power. And if that's the case we are not really responsible for who we are and how we act. Can't win.

ps - BTW, welcome walt. I'm not sure what to make of your story yet but I've read/viewed a few of your reference links.
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« Reply #175 on: Sep 24th, 2015, 5:43pm »

on Sep 24th, 2015, 5:17pm, GhostofEd wrote:
We are what we are. Those making judgement on human behavior and intelligence are part of the group themselves. Who's to really say our behavior is out of the norm with other life?


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« Reply #176 on: Sep 24th, 2015, 6:42pm »

Thanks Ed, and I do understand you reluctance to accept reports of such strange things as I made fun of the people that said the lock ness monster was real for many years, that is up until the day I saw one in the MD bay near Kent Island.
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« Reply #177 on: Jan 5th, 2016, 5:31pm »

Alien Atmospheres: The Search for Signs of Life

by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer
January 05, 2016

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An artist's image of the exoplanet HD 189733b as starlight streams through the planet's atmosphere. Scientists are searching atmospheres on other planets for possible signs of life. Credit: NASA, ESA and G. Bacon (STScI)

The search for signs of life beyond the solar system is kicking into a higher gear.

Scientists are working to compile a catalog of gases that could potentially be evidence of life, so researchers will know what to look for when scanning the atmospheres of rocky, Earth-like alien planets.

"Every way we have possible, people [are] trying to find exo-Earths," planetary scientist Sara Seager, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said last month at the American Astronomical Society's Extreme Solar Systems III conference in Hawaii.

"We have a shot at finding signs of life in the next decade or so," she added. "The question is, what will we look for?"

Read more: http://www.space.com/31519-alien-life-hunt-biosignatures-exoplanet-atmospheres.html

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"Humanity is on the threshold of being able to detect signs of alien life on other worlds. By studying exoplanet atmospheres, we can look for gases like oxygen and methane that only coexist if replenished by life. But those gases come from simple life forms like microbes. What about advanced civilizations? Would they leave any detectable signs?

They might, if they spew industrial pollution into the atmosphere. New research by theorists at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) shows that we could spot the fingerprints of certain pollutants under ideal conditions. This would offer a new approach in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI).

"We consider industrial pollution as a sign of intelligent life, but perhaps civilizations more advanced than us, with their own SETI programs, will consider pollution as a sign of unintelligent life since it's not smart to contaminate your own air," says Harvard student and lead author Henry Lin."

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« Reply #179 on: May 4th, 2017, 4:11pm »

High Definition Space Telescope ( HDST)

Spotlight Live: Searching for Alien Life with a "Super-Hubble" Space Telescope (Transcript)


SCIENTISTS HAVE JUST UNVEILED a bold proposal for a giant new space-based telescope that would be far more powerful than today's observatories. Called the High Definition Space Telescope (HDST), the instrument is essentially a supersized Hubble Space Telescope, with 100 times its ability to detect faint starlight.
The multibillion dollar HDST would be a game-changer, and if it advances beyond the concept phase, it would launch in the 2030s. With a mirror 25 times the size of Hubble's, HDST could delve deep into the universe's past to trace how gasses enriched with the elemental ingredients of life moved in and out of galaxies.
HDST also could examine dozens of Earth-like exoplanets that are too tiny for Hubble and its immediate successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, to see. HDST would scour their atmospheres for signs of alien life, perhaps finally answering whether or not we are alone in the cosmos.
The vision for the HDST was described in a July report spearheaded by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), a consortium of global institutions that operate astronomical observatories.

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