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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by theengel View Post
    I'm trying to make sense of what you're saying Neo, and I must be missing something. The pyramid might point at a specific part of space at one specific time, but that varies--according to the day, the time, and the year. There are billions of parts of the sky that the pyramid "points" to.

    And what does "line up with the great pyramids of Giza" mean?? How do stars "line up" with any given spot on the earth??

    The 3 main pyramids of Giza align,match,mimic where layed out in accord to the 3 stars on Orions belt. From memory some other stars like Sirus.

    A picture speaks a thousand words. Lay out a system of earthly buildings to inform intelligence beings where the constructors came from. What could be simpler?
    What if we could count the stars... , what number would you stop at...?"
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    That's a pretty far leap there. Three buildings, made by man, are positioned together to mimic some very obvious stars. Almost as if the people making them sort of paid attention to stars and thought they were of some importance. And from there, jump to alien intelligence.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    WARNING! The following link may be stupid.
    But apparently, a meteoroid hit the moon during the last lunar eclipse.
    Open the link at your own peril.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    The 3 main pyramids of Giza align,match,mimic where layed out in accord to the 3 stars on Orions belt. From memory some other stars like Sirus.

    A picture speaks a thousand words. Lay out a system of earthly buildings to inform intelligence beings where the constructors came from. What could be simpler?
    but don't the EXACT positions change? tilt of Axis // magnetic draw from sun.moon etc // Solar Winds/Flairs // decay in orbits?

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by theengel View Post
    That's a pretty far leap there. Three buildings, made by man, are positioned together to mimic some very obvious stars. Almost as if the people making them sort of paid attention to stars and thought they were of some importance. And from there, jump to alien intelligence.
    Me thinks too many watch the " Ancient Aliens " shows far too much.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iowatech View Post
    WARNING! The following link may be stupid.
    But apparently, a meteoroid hit the moon during the last lunar eclipse.
    Open the link at your own peril.
    No, it's not stupid.

    Can you imagine? Very few people keep their eyes on the moon during the entire eclipse. A few of those people film it. But you don't film an eclipse in normal speed. You take, maybe, one picture per second... or one every few seconds. And the impact only last briefly... it's something, if you saw it, you would probably just think something was in your eye or a shooting star went by. But a very few number of people just happened to be taking their picture of the moon at just the right time to capture the impact. I wish I was one of those people. But alas--I didn't even see the eclipse, let alone the impact.

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    Cool Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    Me thinks too many watch the " Ancient Aliens " shows far too much.
    Ever seen the USA base lazer canon at Pine Gap Australia fired at off world space craft? Myself and hundreds of others have seen the light show, and a few other amazing events.Sadly some people still have a very very small limited view of the real universe. Some believe with resolve that the earth is flat...Don't believe it...?The above fact can be checked via normal news broadcast on main stream free to air TV. The ISS caught it all on camera during an orbit of earth. I personal don't have a fear of the boogyman off world presents in the universe. The universe after all is a big place...(Sent via phone)
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Sadly some people still have a very very small limited view of the real universe.
    I think that's ALL of us.

    Some believe with resolve that the earth is flat
    I have a brother who thinks that. I showed him how he can mathematically prove that the earth is not flat. He insists that since he doesn't understand the math, it doesn't matter. I've reasoned with him every which way--including showing him via telescope that EVERY other planet we can see is obviously round--unlike any star. Nothing I say can convince him that the world is round. Sad.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    You might think you're cool, but you aren't a mannequin driving a red Tesla Roadster beyond the orbit of Mars cool.
    Wait, what? Aw crap.
    Last edited by Iowatech; 02-08-2019 at 04:37 PM.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iowatech View Post
    You might think you're cool, but you aren't a mannequin driving a red Tesla Roadster beyond the orbit of Mars cool.
    Wait, what? Aw crap.
    RE. Car Orbit of the sun.
    Will the Tesla roadster car still have its glossy red paint after orbiting the sun ?
    Conventional science emphatically state that the sun burns super hot.
    Will the vehicles shiny paint work be burnt away, or does the sun really burn hot at all.

    Moving close to a heat source should see the vehicle burnt to a crisp.....
    What if we could count the stars... , what number would you stop at...?"
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