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.
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Well, that didn't take long
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Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology announced Wednesday that they have found new evidence of a giant icy planet lurking in the darkness of our solar system far beyond the orbit of Pluto. They are calling it Planet Nine.
“Time is not something that pre-exists."
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I hadn’t expected a new paper on KIC 8462852 quite this fast, but hard on the heels of yesterday’s article on the star comes “KIC 8462852 Faded at an Average Rate of 0.165±0.013 Magnitudes Per Century From 1890 To 1989..."
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A photo sent back of Pluto from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is turning heads.
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