a reply to: THEBEARDEDGOAT
The old man is speaking what I Believe he Believe's, I also think he is correct to the bulk of what he is saying.
As for the Pleidies, unless it was a recent colonisation they are actually an extremely young star cluster and probably too young for native life to
have evolved and grown so advanced but of course it could be beyond the pleidies further but in there direction.
Venus is so hot that lead would melt on the surface, it snow's a rare metal that has a low melting point, it is trace element on earth and also on
Venus used to be more earth like and could even potentially have once harbored native life similar to what we believe mars did, possibly during a
very long solar minimum period which on earth is known as the snow ball earth period because it was so cold that the sea's froze over to the equator,
this period was from about 2.2 billion years ago to about 750 million years ago, so it is possible that during this period it was actually cooler on
Venus surface pressure is something like being at the bottom of the deepest trenches in the earth's ocean but it's ocean long ago evaporated into
it's atmosphere, it is simple too hot for liquid water to exist there today, it rain's constantly in a perpetual thunder storm but that rain never
reaches the ground (were it is hot enough to melt lead even during Venus six month night and more so during it's six month day), it is also not really
rain but concentrated sulphuric acid so very nasty.
However venus is just a tiny fraction smaller than the earth and though mars is often called earth's twin it is actually venus that is more earth
like with two known continent's (the venus highlands), techtonic crustal plates just like the earth and a global ocean basin (the venus lowlands) but
the sun rises in the west and set's in the east, day lasts for nearly six month's and so does night, there is never a clear sky as the sky is
blanketed by the evaporated ocean which form's thick sulfurous cloud's, in essence Venus is what a runaway greenhouse effect is like.
But maybe it once had a civilization, maybe it was once home to people and maybe it could still be if there technology was so that they could survive
those impossible condition's and pressure (unless they live in an alternate reality - another dimension were venus is still habitable?).
Moon's of Saturn that we know of are all small, Titan is the most promising though it is far too cold, ocean's of liquid methane and methane ice, an
atmosphere but not one you could breath, in fact it would freeze you solid, life theoretically could exist there but not the same type as us and when
the sun is eventually dying of old age and swell's into a super giant for a short time it may become possible to terraform it but that is only a
science fiction pipe dream.
The Alien look's like a guy in a suit, the way it walk's is normal and it is only on film for a very short time so that you can not study it.
All that said, just to speak hypothetically of course there may be alien's here of that I am convinced and maybe even some of us could be such
without knowing it, maybe we are hibernating on a deep space craft, a huge colony ship travelling the intergalactic ocean with our other body's frozen
in preservation inside luminous blue crystalline chambers and suspended in quantum null field's were time itself is slowed to protect them from atomic
decay and molecular disruption while our/there souls having become disembodied by this virtual death like state of preservation are here and elsewhere
in human and other form's, I wonder what happen's if we/they ever get revived to these body's and after all of that time would our soul's which have
continued to evolve and seperated from those body's really be able to go back to our ancient existance or would they as empty shell's merely attract
new soul's, if our soul's were somehow still linked by that feint silver corde with would then grow thicker and stronger would they then be pulled
from our current incarnations causing them to drop dead or into vegetable like states.
edit on 19-4-2016 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)