View Full Version : Interesting concept . . .

The Rat
2002-Mar-30, 04:25 PM
. . . NOT!


A little learning is a dangerous thing. Combine it with the internet and you get this stuff.

What really bothers me about this kind of stuff is that the author(s) obviously are not stupid, but ignorant. It's such a waste of a mind.

Kaptain K
2002-Mar-30, 04:55 PM
Truly frightening! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_eek.gif

Ad Hominid
2002-Mar-31, 12:39 AM
The re-evolving human race of today is growing in stature and some persons among are able to perform rudimentary forms of what we call extrasensory perception. Check out the late night television commercials.
Obviously, this guy knows a credible source when he sees one. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_rolleyes.gif.

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2002-Mar-31, 01:35 AM
Yo, Rat--what were you looking for when you found this? /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif It's hilarious stuff. Makes my brain go :: wubba wubba :: /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

The process of manipulated light works because of certain physical facts about light and the structure of the universe that the scientists of the Earth are totally unaware of. These facts totally eradicate present theories that limit future spacecraft speeds to less than 299,792 km/sec.
:: wubba wubba ::

Somebody tell me--is there ANY kind of logic to the following train of thought at all, even warped logic? I don't know enough about astrophysics to tell. 'Cause, ya know, if I read it really fast, over and over again, it actually starts to make sense... /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

First of all, our solar system is actually a lens that tapers to an edge. This edge is the boundary beyond which there is no gravitational influence from the sun. This edge (boundary) is called the "helio-pause."

The light from the distant stars can only be seen from inside of a solar lens.

Out side of a star's helio pause,no star light can be physically seen. All is totally black.

If a spacecraft leaves a solar lens even at the speed of governed light,the old light-year conditions exists and Alpha Centauri is definitely 4.3 light years away.

But, if a spacecraft departs the solar system faster than the governing speed for light (at a manipulated light speed) it will instantly enter the destined solar system just as if the distance between the two solar systems did not exist.

Therefore when we look in to the universe and spot a sun going into to nova or some other form of light producing cosmic event, we have previously excepted that the event occurred hundreds and even thousands of years before the light from the event reach the eyes of an observer living on the Earth.

When we consider (and accept) that light actually travels instantly between solar lenses we must must accept that these cosmic events actually happened quite recently... possibly within minutes of the observation.
And I decided to go find the "spark plug" geode on Google. It's called the Coso Geode.


X-rays of it.

True Believers.

Hey, it's proof positive that aliens were here, once, and started all the birds to mutating back into dinosaurs... /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

One thing the subject of re-evolution does is somewhat level the playing field for the Creationists and the Evolutionists.
It sure does--it gives them both someone else to make fun of.

Great stuff, thanx for sharing it with us, Rat. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

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Kaptain K
2002-Mar-31, 11:18 AM
A 1920's Champion spark plug! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif What a hoot. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_rolleyes.gif

The Rat
2002-Mar-31, 01:19 PM
On 2002-03-30 20:35, Jigsaw wrote:
Yo, Rat--what were you looking for when you found this?

I honestly don't remember what I was looking for, it was a few weeks ago, and I just stuck it in my favorites for future reference. And I don't want to know, I might get stuck in a pattern of looking for stuff like this all the time.


2002-Apr-01, 01:36 PM
This article (http://www.cosmiverse.com/space04010201.html) talks about manipulated light, so it must be confirmation of the stuff on that website, right? /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif

2002-Apr-02, 06:03 AM
Anything goes on April 1st.