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Re: Scientists Find Potentially Habitable Planet

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos.nul>
Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2010 02:02:47 -0400
Archived: Fri, 01 Oct 2010 06:52:51 -0400
Subject: Re: Scientists Find Potentially Habitable Planet

>From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 19:53:36 EDT
>Subject: Scientists Find Potentially Habitable Planet Near Earth

>Something is up with this story:


>Best keep a weather eye out for it.


Hi Greg, Everyone!

I first learned about the exciting discovery of an Earth-sized
planet orbiting within the "habitable zone" of Gliese 581 from
CBC's Internet news article '1st Habitable Distant Planet Found'
that was posted on Wednesday, September 29 at 5:49 p.m. ET.


Although Gliese is unlike the two Sun-like stars of the Zeta
Reticuli star system which we have good reasons to believe is
the home of the ETs that Betty and Barney Hill encountered back
in September 1961 on their way home from vacation in Canada,
this star with its 6 known planets is twice as close to us than
Zeta Reticuli!

Below is the comment I posted on the CBC website after I read
their news story.


1stToWalkOnMars wrote:
Posted 2010/09/30 at 1:32 AM ET

At 20 light years away, although it is not possible for humans
using 20th century science and technology to send an unmanned
space probe to any of the 6 (or more?) planets orbiting Gliese
581 that can get there in our lifetime, "astronauts" from Earth
may have already colonized these and many other habitable
exoplanets in our corner of the Milky Way, thanks to Nature.

Since science claims that life on Earth goes back for many
billions of years; that Earth was bombarded by asteroids over
this period and that certain living things (extremophiles) can
survive the extreme conditions of interstellar space, it is very
likely that any life we discover on these Earth-like exoplanets
originated from Earth - the only place in the universe we know
where life exists. When life bearing rocks from Earth are
blasted off its surface at "escape velocity" speeds (about 5
miles per second or higher), it would take Nature as little as a
few tens of thousands of years to seed the planets orbiting
Gliese 581 with life from Earth and not just once but many times
over the past few billion years.

If we do discover life on this first habitable planet, we should
not be too surprised to learn that these ETs and us have common
ancestors - and possibly even the same Creator!


Research into advanced propulsion technologies and anti-gravity
studies seem to have gone underground since about the middle of
the 20th century with hardly anything exciting about this
subject matter in the public domain. One recent notable
exception that shows us humans a way to reach the stars in our
lifetime is the book 'Field Propulsion by Control of Gravity:
Theory and Experiments' written by Stoyan Sarg, a space
scientist colleague at York University. It is the only book with
actual experiments that replicate the flight characteristics of
"flying saucers" but also explains how they fly through space
from our investigations into alien science and technology.

Stoyan's book is available through amazon.com.

Nick Balaskas

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