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Calculating the breadth of life amongst the stars

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    This is the guy who started it all...




    Now, first, I want to lay claim to that same thought process by which Pi was first calculated. For, myself, as surely as Archimedes, solved it in my youth, using a similar but somewhat more complicated method. My construct had 6 parts; each the result of two factors multiplied and all six were added together; the formula gave the area of a circle without using Pi. It came out to the exact same answer as that derived using Pi for every size circle. This was 6th grade, and because it wasn't part of the lesson plan, it was lost. For anyone interested in recovering what I did there, I'm quite certain I sliced the circle into pie slices, calculated the triangles within the pie slices and then set up triangles that included the semi-sphere at the end of each slice. The formula was able to deduce a fraction of the triangle that the semi-sphere represented for the end triangles. By applying that fraction, it solved the area of the circle contained in each end slice, then gathered them all up. I have no idea how the triangle was built or what the fraction was it calculated, but it was based on very elementary concepts, so there was law there that practical mathematics has missed, and it is still missing today.

    But now, this post isn't about that. But it is about the reasoning process in that and more. Believe with me, that the mathematics and reasoning of those who decide what it is they are looking at out there - in our galaxy - is very much the same process as that which the brain travels on the journey to discovery of how to build a formula that answers how to calculate a matter, be it volume or whatever. And it is this journey of reason and faith that I wish to examine closer.

    Okay, so what is the latest rationale for planets that may contain life? First off, we are only looking at the Milky Way Galaxy, and then, we are using method to determine and detect these planets, because they are not "visible" ... they are so far away. I do believe the latest consensus, if such a thing exists, is that our galaxy has roughly 200 billion stars, and there is - quite roughly - an equal amount of planets. One in a thousand planets - hence, around 200 million - lie in the warmth zone of liquid water. This isn't saying that they have water, just that if they do, it should be in liquid form.

    Now, here's where the journey of reason and faith comes into play. What is the reasonable guess, based on those numbers, for how much life is in our galaxy? Before you embark on that, using statistics, you have to first be sure that chromosomes are a natural byproduct of stellar wind and water; and I doubt that conclusion, because it has never been produced without first using existing chromosomes... which is cheating. If you can set up an experiment using existing chromosomes and reproduce those chromosomes in water, you still have not accomplished that with stellar wind, hence it has not proven that life is a naturally occurring byproduct of stellar wind and water. (much to the dismay of the New Age movement)

    But then, life did happen here on earth. And let's take a moment and capture the infinite, in order to not stumble at the God factor, let's include God with life here. So, now we can say, life, in its totality, including the existence of God and his procreation, did happen here on earth. So, we can not rule out the creation of life from nothing, even if we have no evidence that it happens automatically from the stellar wind. IOW, there might be more to it, but it might still be happening, and something, by God, happened on this planet, so we know it is workable, or at least, that it worked once. So, the reason part of the journey says, if it worked once, it can work again, right?

    This is where Christians go garbonzo nuts and imagine that God has a million other worlds in various fashion populating the galaxy and millions more beyond. But, WAIT a minute guys, there's no reason to imagine that life is automatic, it could easily be the case that life is a total unique experience that only happens when and where the Great Spirit wants it to happen. And this is where the faith part of the journey says, sorry, God is unique to our tiny planet (which is pretty big relative to our frame, BTW) he told us so in the scriptures. Actually, what he told us was, he knows of no other God, he didn't rule it out, he just said he hasn't had any contact. But he didn't tell us if he was up to his creation shananigans on other worlds or not, so that's another possibility. Indeed, the scriptures are very quiet about other worlds, they speak of the stars, not of planets revolving those stars. Some conclude that this is the result of man not knowing these matters in the times that the scriptures were written, but we don't really know that either, it seems the further you go back, the more man knew, so the negative faith journey doesn't get us to a conclusion either. Of course, we always have plenty of self-deemed authorities on God; these people know God so well, they know everything God is doing. Problem is, God himself said he wasn't telling us everything, only enough for us to live these tiny lives, so we only are given what we need for our short lives on earth, so even if the Bible thumpers deserve more credit than I will ever give them, God may still be propagating worlds that are none of our business.

    Science is not capable of solving this riddle. The reason being, we can not go out there and gather empirical data, and we are too far away to gather it with our telescopes. It is, as the scriptures say it is, out of our reach. But we have one more resource in the human race that could give us a clue. We periodically get anointed saviors - messiahs - who seem to have extra concentrated doses of God resting upon them. And we get more of these than we realize. Maybe one of these messiahs could come forward and dig an answer from this God of life who definitely does inhabit one planet, anyway. I think this is our best bet to answering this riddle. Our lives are too short to solve the question, but God has been around a long, long time, or, I guess, like the stars, just always been there, somehow. Before this planet was formed, God was there. So, if we could get an answer from this God of our planet, it certainly should contain knowledge beyond our reach, eh?

    I don't know that answer. I know another I could ask, but I have never heard him talk about it, but he's smarter than me, so he doesn't yap as much as I do. Maybe he knows. At any rate, I'm pretty sure science doesn't know, even if some THINK they know, they still don't know. I was never one to care either way, contact isn't happening in my lifetime, at least, not with an actual planet out there. (worm holes, shurm holes, the theory might be fine and dandy but no one has produced a working portal, other than saying it secretly exists, yeah, sure it does) Any contact down here is with terrestrial life, duh. And this is worth looking into, because we definitely have watchers watching us, so at least there's something real there, right in front of us. But I'm very skeptical when it comes to my fellow human's translations of messages supposedly from the watchers, any species that can produce car salesmen is not to be trusted.

    What science wants us to do, is imagine that life, in our form, is a naturally occurring thing... all you need is the same elements, same temps, a world spinning in the right proportion to its mass, and voila, life pops up. Like it does here. And this is the crux of the matter; they are observing life on this planet and imagining - and looking - for that to happen on other worlds. I'm not of the opinion that life is itself some kind of automatic self creating substance. I'm a little more flexible than those who say life only comes from my God, period. Because maybe their God isn't as snobbish as his spokespeople tend to be. Maybe he (God) can't help himself and just creates life willy nilly every time he sees a world that feels right. Or maybe he felt like creating a bunch of worlds and building life on them and didn't tell his snobs on this planet. or maybe he built very different worlds with very different forms of life on them, maybe some star out there has some life form that needs a million degrees to stay alive. Who knows how precocious this God was when we weren't watching? Maybe science doesn't know exactly what to look for or where to look? And maybe science has its own snobs, because why doesn't NASA tell us about that ancient satellite in polar orbit that they have pictures of - fer crying out loud.

    So then. At least, now, we have examined the entire picture. And that is what science is trying to do. Science is obsessed with creation, science can not accept that the stars were always out there, they know stars form, die, and reform, but they still keep looking for a beginning and an end. Here's where the scriptures might help. God has no beginning or end. So why not the stars also? and the planets? just dust in the solar wind. Pretty tough to nail down that dust. But the good thing about science is that it keeps searching, there is no absolute truth in science, it is a journey that never ends. So keep searching guys, and keep an open mind to faith, because you are going to need it on that journey.
     
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    If you want to search for our very ancient beginnings, maybe the best portal to the ancient, ancient past is Peru. In Peru you have the mother of all civilizations - the Pacific continent of Mu (also called Lemuria) - establishing what would be a front line colony to their east, so it is very direct connection to the lost sunken continent that was the oldest center of spiritual, cultural, and technological powers of mankind.

    You can access the sacred texts here:
    VIRACOCHA AND THE COMING OF THE INCAS (Link)

    and here is the best video I've found to introduce the mysteries of the region:


     
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    If you want to get some context on what actually exists out there... caution: you will never believe in the big bang theory again... take 7 minutes out of your life to put your entire life into perspective; watch this video (no speaking):

    Star Size Comparison 2
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    Time to think about this question of size and the extent of the universe. This is simple stuff, we get it wrong because we think too much. (I was dancing all night at Tracy's Tavern, I've got a wee bit of egg nog in my coffee, this morning, hey, humor me, I feel like I've got a handle on this one)

    Okay, what poisoned our minds was this single idea: the building blocks of matter. What was that? All of a sudden, man starts to think that the smaller you go, you keep getting smaller components of the next level; atoms form molecules, protons and neutrons bond with electrons to form atoms, quirks and whatnot form the protons, silly string forms the quirks, neutrinos and whatnot... but it doesn't follow at all, it works to a point, and then it all changes. The point where it changes is electrons (see "particle physics in a pig's eye" on justoffal's side of this forum) ... there are no building blocks to electrons. And electrons are not building blocks to protons, the whole nature of the universe changes... changes from particles to energy, changes from particles to forces, which is all we are detecting, neutrinos are not particles from distance stars, they are electromagnetic energy that show up from distant stars, and they certainly are not found in mass, (constructing every proton in existence); we've come across one neutrino for every google plex of protons we've discovered. Just because neutrinos are smaller and exist, it doesn't follow that they are the building blocks of electrons or protons, that is completely not the case.

    Now, let's think bigger. Stars get larger and larger. And by the time you are looking at the breadth of the universe (see "star size comparison" video in post above this one) there are enough stars in this very enormous space to think of them as the particles of a larger existence; and sci-fi loves to imagine what that existence is, but if it exists, we haven't detected it, as far as we know and as far as we understand, this universe is filled with stars, and that's where the story ends, beyond that, we have no real knowledge of a construct that might employ the known universe as an atom to another level. We don't know it isn't happening either... just saying.

    What really gets in my crawl is the idea that the universe ends at some defined point, just because we can't see any further. 15 billion light years away in every direction. What a crock. And what exactly is that out there at 15 billion light years? walls? Flat earthers make more sense. We even detect background radiation levels, so we know there are more stars out there, the universe doesn't end, there are no walls to the universe, the universe doesn't exist in a box, or a ball... c'mon people, we are better than that.

    Another goofy concept: the big bang. The whole universe started from a single point of light. this is beyond stupid... some very religious thinking... some kind of internal need to see a beginning... and a finite universe. Add to that nonsense the idea that the universe is going to all burn out some day... despite the fact that we know stars reform, we know this happens everywhere, galaxies die out and reform, we see new ones and old ones, but some idiot put it in our brains that this all started 15 billion years ago from a pinpoint in space and it will all die out one day; the finite universe defined by the strength of our telescopes... flat earthers are laughing at our stupidity, it really is that sad.

    No beginning and no end. And no building blocks below the electron level. It all just exists and we are born into it ... and we pass away too fast to figure out how simple it really is. We are the creation. We have a beginning and an end, not the stars, not the universe, not space, not time, those things are infinite.
     
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    So now look out at these stars. Those "lights in the firmament" are without number, and yet, for all their vastness, they follow a pattern. Stars are mostly found revolving each other... the so-called binary twin of the sun is the natural assumption that our sun is most likely revolving another star, 99.9% of stars do this, they revolve each other. Assuming this is the case for our sun also, how would we be able to figure out which star is our binary twin? Not as easy as it sounds. We don't know what path our sun is on, we can't see any trace of such a model, we might be interacting with a whole bunch of stars out there; the time period for such cycles is so large, there's no way to map it out if you don't know to begin with, where to look.

    What we do know is this; if the sun has a binary twin, as it most likely does, the two suns would revolve each other in some fashion. That could be any of a gazillion different possible patterns. The common denominator is it should happen in an elliptical manner, producing some type of corkscrew path for the sun as it travels around the galaxy. It is my opinion that the galaxy is spinning and our sun is held in place by gravity from a gravitational well at the center; some type of black hole. This would hold our relationship, or orientation, to the other stars in our arm of stars revolving the black hole... as all the stars are held in place by gravity. So the stars are revolving each other, but held in place in the galaxy, producing - for us - this cycle of orientation, that we call the ages.

    This is not - repeat NOT - the result of a wobble in the earth. First of all, a spinning gyroscope, such as the earth, never wobbles. 2nd of all, it is evident that the earth has turned over, it has been struck by asteroids/meteorites and the spin has turned over from that, producing a new spin, new latitudes, so that Antartica is now at the pole and a former equatoral region is now Siberia. This was likely the cause of floods and a higher intelligence of former civilizations would no doubt map the new sky it produced in their area. It is the same sky, the same stars, but a new spin would offer folks in Egypt a different set of stars in their night sky... hence, they would map that new sky out... 10,000 years ago. (8000 BC)

    Our view of the stars might shift, but the stars themselves are rather fixed, as is our sun. So it is the path of the sun that produces a shifting orientation to the stars, not the spin of the earth. The sun is on a much larger course, and we are dragged along with it. So it ends up being the evidence of a binary twin for the sun is ... the cycle of ages in the heavens. The very existence of that cycle is the product of a corkscrew path of the sun, AKA, an elliptical path produced by revolving another star.


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    So if you followed my ideas about particles...

    watch this video and it should begin to make sense...

    200,000 Year Old Ancient Levitation Technology That Defies the Laws of Physics


    So get this, it wasn't chemtrails per se that killed all our honey bees, it was magnetism. Whether you are talking all those ELF waves being pumped into the atmosphere by HARRP or microwaves being broadcast off cell towers for our portable phones... bees are sensitive to magnetism and electricity, and what happened simply was the bees onboard directional guidance given by God was screwed up by our modern electronics invading their environment, and the bees couldn't find their way back to the hives; that's what causes hive abandonment, which is why we lost half our honey bees in North America.

    Okay, so figure this out; fish levitate in a cold stream; they are not swimming up stream, they are levitating up stream... same for jumping up those water falls.

    If we ever catch up with that polar orbit of the ancient satellite that continues to circle the earth. Wouldn't it be beyond wierd to discover it is built of rock? riding electromagnetic fields, just like the technology used to build the pyramids; those stones were lifted into place with levitation.
     
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