posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 02:31 PM
reply to post by gmoneystunt
I will disagree with you there my friend. I watched it twice this morning, the 2nd installment. I had to because the sound on Comcasts' On Demand
option, goes up and down and up and down, and it was not easy to hear everything that was said, but I thought this was the best "Unexplained Files"
yet. Most all of the cases discussed I don't recall being mentioned before. The thing that looked like some type of a craft in the aurora borealis was
quite interesting. With the outline left within the borealis it looked like something that had structure to it...
I had not heard of the x-rays eminating from the Cygnus start system before. Granted they could be from just about anything, but it was good to hear
Seth Shostak say maybe it was from a possible interstellar war..we just don't know.
I loved the part about life as we don't know it, because time and again, some skeptics will bring up, " but that cannot be because of ( our) laws and
physics", well what if life as we don't know it, these rules just do not apply to??? We just don't know so much yet.
I for one, would not be at all surprised to find SOME kind of life on or in, as in the methane lakes and rivers, on Titan. As mentioned we have found
life here, in some pretty in hospitable places, both ridiculously hot and cold. You cannot rule it out, yet. Again, we don't know, but I wouldn't be
surprised. I look forward to the probes to Europa, to find out what may be lurking underneath the ice there in the future.
I loved the opening comments from one Astronaut, " we just don't know what is out there in the shadows, it could be ANYTHING." You got that right!
Keep it coming Science Channel, thank you!
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