Was The Earth 3D Printed?Friday, October 30, 2015
By Paranormal News
Probably a stupid idea. Obviously hypothetical. But in my mind, it makes a hell of a lot of sense, solves a lot of problems, and hey, it gives an overpopulated planet some hope. You see, it COULD HAVE been manufactured, and by considering the idea that a planet such as ours was created from the inside out by an advanced race really opens the door to a number of different possibilities that have never been fully considered. And they are good possibilities for our future. Really good. In fact, in my mind, it modifies our perception on what is possible both in our past...and in our future.
Tomorrow and BeyondSaturday, February 21, 2009
By Doug Yurchey
Where will the human race go in the future? The answer is we will leave the planet Earth or we will become extinct as a species. Governments have realized this truth more than fifty years ago during the ‘Geophysical Year’ of 1957. We must leave Earth or die. The problem is, ‘everyone can’t go, not everyone gets to be saved.’
Scientists See Nothing, Call it Parallel UniverseThursday, December 13, 2007
By Michael Goodspeed
Why is cosmology in a state of crisis? Some might doubt the tenability of this loaded question, but to many critics of standard cosmology, the question must be asked. Astronomers and astrophysicists are continually shocked and disturbed by new observations.
The Distance to the new planetWednesday, March 17, 2004
By Doug Yurchey
This writer is very excited to know the DISTANCE of Planet X. How far away is Sedna; the 10th planet? An article of mine, dated October 20, 2002, was posted on the Internet. Below is that article, posted on the Farshores web-site, where I made a prediction: When the next planet will be discovered, it will be 7 billion miles away from the sun!
Filer’s Files #12 Mars – The Living PlanetWednesday, March 10, 2004
An early and non-conclusive theory indicates an extraterrestrial settlement was destroyed most likely by an asteroid or meteorite blasting debris out of the Gusev Crater for several miles around with the power of an atomic bomb.
Top Space Newslinks
Black holes are points in space with so much mass and gravitational pull that even light isn't fast enough to escape them. So once you go in, there's no coming out. For some reason, though, you've decided to try your luck. No judgment here! It worked for Matthew McConaughey in Interstellar.
Now we know what's causing the hazy look of the dwarf planet
Astronomers have announced the discovery of three planets orbiting a brown dwarf star, and one scientist thinks they could support extraterrestrial life.
Saturn's moon, Titan, is looking more identical to Earth as NASA recently discovered that it has a strange-looking sea. However, unlike Earth where the sea is composed of water, Titan's sea and other liquid formations are filled with methane.
Something massive, with roughly 1,000 times the area of Earth, is blocking the light coming from a distant star known as KIC 8462852, and nobody is quite sure what it is. As astronomer Tabetha Boyajian investigated this perplexing celestial object, a colleague suggested something unusual: Could it be an alien-built megastructure? Such an extraordinary idea would require extraordinary evidence. In this talk, Boyajian gives us a look at how scientists search for and test hypotheses when faced with the unknown.
The rings appear to be intersecting one another, but in reality this image shows shows one ring plane, with the shadows of each ring cast behind the rings.
A physicist at the University of Lancaster, believes that at the centre of galaxies powerful magnetic fields could affect the properties of dark matter and create wormholes (illustrated).
By analyzing images of Venus, one alien hunter claims to have found huge cities created by some kind of alien race. These findings would suggest that Venus is the second planet to be colonized.
Hubble space telescope has spotted a giant space bubble. Just as it is about to turn 26, the Hubble telescope captured, in stunning clarity, the ‘Bubble Nebula’ in all its majestic glory.
Just when we'd all forgotten about the second-closest planet to the Sun - what with Planet Nine taking up all our attention - an old, abandoned probe has come through with some weird data from the atmosphere of Venus.
We have a good idea of what those bright spots on Ceres are, but the question of how they got there remains mysterious. Now, an incredibly low-altitude image of the dwarf planet reveals details about their origins.
That weird star that people speculated might be hosting aliens being megastructures? It might just be comets. But even then the star is still pretty weird.
The data was presented in Oxford by Jaxa, the Japanese Space Agency. The images show Venus' acidic clouds and a strange 'bow' shape in the planet's atmosphere.
Scramble our space fighters!
Professor Stephen Hawking has announced an astonishing space mission to send a probe to our nearest star system - Alpha Centauri.
A highly sensitive radio telescope has seen something peculiar in the depths of our cosmos: A group of supermassive black holes are mysteriously aligned, as if captured in a synchronized dance.
For the first time, astronomers have discovered a class of exoplanets whose atmospheres have been seared away by heat, removing any doubts about what happens when a rocky object wanders too close to a star.
Top secret lunar vehicle has not been seen for more than 40 years
Daniel Whitmire is the scientist who said Planet X caused extinction events on Earth and could do so again. Why does he think this? Find out more about him.
Astronomers have uncovered a near-record breaking supermassive black hole, weighing 17 billion suns, in an unlikely place.
“Looking back at the Earth and its beauty – the blues of the oceans, the whites of the snow and clouds, surrounded by the blackest black you can conceive in your mind with thousands and thousands of stars – it was just absolutely incredible.”
Tatooine's double sunset just got outshone. Astronomers studying a distant gas giant have found that the planet's star system contains not one, not two, but three stars.
This month (actually, today), Cassini had a relatively close flyby of Titan, and New Horizons will observe a very distant Kuiper belt object named 1994 JR1. Akatsuki has just fine-tuned its orbit around Venus, and Hayabusa2 has begun an 800-hour ion engine thrusting phase to steer it toward near-Earth asteroid Ryugu.
Have you ever worried how real astronauts or cosmonauts can defend themselves or render harmless hostile life forms? What if an alien breaks into the International Space Station? Or a crew member loses his or her mind and goes berserk? The following set of images will put your mind to ease: aspacemen always carry some kind of weapon or at least a special tool which can be used as a weapon.
For the first time ever, researchers have spotted a white dwarf surrounded by an atmosphere of mostly oxygen.
Shining a powerful laser beam could camouflage Earth from aliens' sight, or even disguise it as something else.
Japan has reported a malfunction in its Hitomi satellite, but the U.S. Air Force has ruled out a collision as the cause of the problem.
The super-Earth 55 Cancri e may have a magma ocean or windblown clouds of vaporized rock
An astrophysicist from the University of Arkansas believes the mysterious planet, that researchers provided more evidence for yesterday, could have caused mass extinctions on Earth.
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Jupiter, the solar system's punching bag: It got whacked by a comet or an asteroid a couple of weeks ago, and two amateur astronomers caught it on video.