originally posted by: beansidhe
a reply to: Serdgiam
Maybe I'm giving 'them' too much of a hard time. After all, we use them as much as they use us.
I don't know what I'd do without the 'Christmas elves' (if those elves catch you doing that, Santa won't come...).
How many young women have they saved from assault - if you walk through those woods alone etc etc. We need them really, for a variety of things. It is
in our interest to have them around, and keep the balance going.
I hadn't thought of it that way before
You also brought up electromagnetism, which is rather interesting. I tend to have various EM anomalies throughout my life at any given time. Perhaps
that is connected.
Now, dont get me wrong, I feel that these species are troublemakers
. For some, such as myself, I can see the humor in it. As I am sure those
participating in this thread can imagine (where is the GUT, missing part of the Kantz Krew
) some people cant see the humor in much of anything.
This would lead to a specific perception.
The biggest curiosity for me is about the specific encounter I entailed. All others made some sort of sense, or were rather straightforward. But the
one I shared in this thread leaves me just wondering. Why touch my forehead with a wand? Nothing seemingly changed, so perhaps it was just to
"troll" me. In which case, I say, "Touche!"
Kantz, if a species were to have originated after the Yellowstone eruption a bit over 2 million years ago, and made an exodus just before the eruption
640,000 years ago, that would have given them more than double the time to evolve as the H. Sapiens. They also would likely follow some of the same
trends that we do, if not significantly passing our own current technology. If
they are coming back (I am sure you understand what I am
referring towards) within a certain
timeframe, then it is likely they went to the Orion Nebula. It is one of the most heavily studied areas,
and the first in which we have found molecular oxygen. The round trip would have taken roughly 3,000 lightyears for them. Travelling at just under c
though has rather tricky situations in which the factor of change rises exponentially.
However, if the factor of change was roughly two hundred
, or ~.9999875c, then this journey would take roughly 300,000 years Earth-time (one
way). To go there and come back it would take roughly 640,000 years. The years in between would likely be relative to those on Earth, but with
perhaps better record keeping. So, escape what seemed to be an ELE (though it was "only" a 1k cu. km eruption), set up shop, and come back... And
you have roughly the time frame that is mentioned in your other thread. Its difficult to say though, given the amount of unknown variables. This is
ONLY using the variable given in the other thread of roughly 3 months to 50 years (so, for 1 year, it would proportionally be 200 years).
When one starts to get closer at closer to reaching 1 (the full speed of light), the smaller and smaller we get. Our mass gains, but our size
drastically decreases. If one were to go fast enough, what might
happen is that they pop back into the universe on an entirely different
scale. Perhaps the quantum is just the next scale down. Maybe we can directly travel through the quantum by becoming small enough. Or dying a
horrible, yet rapid death. One of the two.
edit on 5-5-2014 by Serdgiam because: corrections, need coffee. COFFEE