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posted on Aug, 10 2005 @ 09:42 PM
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Does any body have any idea or would like to point me to a source which claims to have information concerning what the planets of some of the alledged alien races might be like? Would they have similar plant life such as trees, or would it be completely alien (no pun intended) to us? Would humans be able to survive there and eat native foods, or would the chemical make-up of their organisms be useless to us?

And if any of you out there who claim to travel the stars at night when everyone else is asleep wish to comment, go ahead. I'm cautious to call you credible but it provides interesting reading nonetheless.




posted on Aug, 10 2005 @ 09:50 PM
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I think you will find some planets very hospitable and very much Earth like. An "M" class planet as Star Trek has it... and others not.

We are talking hundreds of billions of planets.

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posted on Aug, 10 2005 @ 10:00 PM
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So, for instance, would we be able to consume (eat in unscientific terms) the organisms which inhabit some of those planets? Or would the chemical make up of those organisms have a neutral or negative effect on us?



posted on Aug, 10 2005 @ 11:43 PM
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Originally posted by DaTerminator
So, for instance, would we be able to consume (eat in unscientific terms) the organisms which inhabit some of those planets? Or would the chemical make up of those organisms have a neutral or negative effect on us?


I would imagine so. But your asking a questions no one can really answer.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 02:56 AM
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Ditto. Seems to me It's tough enough proving EBEs as being around.. But going into speculation of their home planets atmosheric required conditions, though an interesting question, maybe alittle further down the road?

Dallas



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 03:19 AM
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Originally posted by DaTerminator
Does any body have any idea or would like to point me to a source which claims to have information concerning what the planets of some of the alledged alien races might be like? Would they have similar plant life such as trees, or would it be completely alien (no pun intended) to us? Would humans be able to survive there and eat native foods, or would the chemical make-up of their organisms be useless to us?

And if any of you out there who claim to travel the stars at night when everyone else is asleep wish to comment, go ahead. I'm cautious to call you credible but it provides interesting reading nonetheless.


In Star War Episode !, Anakin Skywalker asks Qui-Gon Jinn, "so many stars, do all of them have systems?"

Qui-Gon say "most of them".

This is inaccurate. The chances for living planets is really miniscule. But, then again, the number of stars is infinite. So, the number of living planets is large.

But not most of the available stars have earth-like planets orbiting them. Only a very tiny tiny percentage do. But then again you come to the very prolific nature of the universe. So many stars. A number that cannot be conveyed in undertandable terms.

Whatever the given living planet has, it has lots of water. Or methane if you insist. But the basic elements of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, are in full force. Vegetations will be common. As will oceans, a night sky, gravitation, insects, dirt, geographical formations, and all the rest.

The universe is infinte. But also infintely large. It is impossible to expect any species to do much more than investigate the local systems within, say, tens of thousands of light years. The latest series of "Star Wars" novels feature something unheard of in the galaxy far far away: an extra-galactic threat from outside the galaxy. True.

All else is science fiction. We are microscopic. Our forays into infinity must remain microscopic. And yet, taken all together, a microscopic search is roughtly equivalent to a macroscopic one.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 03:27 AM
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The Discovery channle had a series called the planets not long ago.
One of the shows they looked into this very kind of subject. Or it might have been on another of their specials I can't remember.

Basicly according to research they have been doing here on earth in very hostyle (living condition) places they still found life.
They go on to sugjest that perhaps things don't have to be much like earth to hold life. Not all of it might be intelligent but some might be.

I could see a dry sand and rock planet holding intelligent life but I think of reptiles when I see it. The same with a arctic planet could hold "wolly" life where the ppl looked like big foot.

But then again I might but crazy for thinking like that.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 03:35 AM
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i wrote in another thread about some ancient writings that had a description of 7 different worlds to which the hero travelled in a flying chariot...It also has a pretty good description of earth from space.
Now if i wont be able to find links to it on the net i will copy it straight from the book that i have at home. Just gimme some time



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 08:37 AM
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I guess the question I am asking is how similar would alien planets be like to what we know on earth? I imagine it would be varied. But would they possibly have greenery and things we recognize as planets? Would evolution most likely follow a similar path, or a very different and unrecognizable one?



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 03:28 PM
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DaTerminator



Does any body have any idea or would like to point me to a source which claims to have information concerning what the planets of some of the alledged alien races might be like? Would they have similar plant life such as trees, or would it be completely alien (no pun intended) to us?


I am a life-long alien experiencer who has advanced, progressive teaching encounters with the organization of races that visits Earth. I have visited a few other worlds briefly for the purpose of learning from the experiences so that I can tell others. It is very rare that our visiting alien races take any humans away from Earth.

One that I have been to has a great deal of water over much of the planet and lots of low trees or high bushes. There are many wood bridges and walkways built to get around the wet parts of the land. There is a great deal of marine life, and the marine life is equivalently evolved as the people, and communicate with the people.

Another I have visited has large land mass. It has water but I did not see it that I recall. The land is covered in vegetation that looks similar to wheat plains. They have no trees. They have animals- wild and domestic, much further advanced and different from our own.

Another is a world of a race of beings of light. These people are as alive and physical as we are, but their bodies are made of light. They are "intelligent energy" and their home is a star. Their buildings are very tall and all white with no windows, tubular shapes, sloped down at the rooftops. They have no trees or any animal or marine life.


Would humans be able to survive there and eat native foods, or would the chemical make-up of their organisms be useless to us?


Each race is biologically native to its own world and can only survive on its own world. Our bodies are made of, and developed uniquely over evolution, molded to our native environment. The elements of alien worlds are not only useless, but deadly to its visitors. There are many ways, both technological and natural, to visit a world without exposing oneself to the elements, but you certainly can't just land and step out.


Would evolution most likely follow a similar path, or a very different and unrecognizable one?


Every race has both similarities and unique differences. Some originated of the same DNA as some others, but even they developed remotely and uniquely, are not the same now, and cannot share atmosphere. Some worlds of intelligent life have common similarities to some other worlds of intelligent life, and some are extremely unique. There are people, animals, marine and plant life throughout all the known Universes, but not all worlds have these life forms, or each of them.

Humans on Earth are very young. Most other races are much further advanced and evolved than we are. All of the races that visit Earth are our neighbors within working (visiting) range. All of them are much further ahead of us, and in all different directions. The oldest race that visits Earth is over 6 billion years evolved. Our local Union of five galaxies is made up of over 5200 worlds of advanced intelligent races. The oldest race in our Union area is 16 billion years evolved.

There are a relative few other primitive races in our Union area who are at a similar point to ours also. There are 103 other races in our galaxy who are being introduced to their own neighboring races now, but primitive intelligent races are not counted as members of the Union until they are advanced enough to participate.

One day Humans on Earth will take our place among our local group of worlds. First we have to realize we are not the only people around.









[edit on 8/11/2005 by EarthSister]



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 03:55 PM
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One that I have been to has a great deal of water over much of the planet and lots of low trees or high bushes. There are many wood bridges and walkways built to get around the wet parts of the land. There is a great deal of marine life, and the marine life is equivalently evolved as the people, and communicate with the people.

Another I have visited has large land mass. It has water but I did not see it that I recall. The land is covered in vegetation that looks similar to wheat plains. They have no trees. They have animals- wild and domestic, much further advanced and different from our own.


I can't say that I believe you completely because these are some very extreme claims and I don't know you very well, I hope that's understandable. This does provide some interesting reading though. Would you mind going into greater detail about these worlds? Like details about the animal/plant life? Also, what is the type of intelligent being that inhabits the worlds mentioned? Is it a grey? Or nordic etc?

Also, are there any other planets that would be habitable by humans according to you? Are you saying the air is unbreathable on those planets?


One day Humans on Earth will take our place among our local group of worlds. First we have to realize we are not the only people around.


Do you have any idea when this will take place? Have your friends given you an estimate as to when they will accept us? I've heard similar stories and they all say around 2012.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 04:45 PM
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DaTerminator

I know you can't believe me and I am not offended by it. Few who haven't experienced it, can even understand it. You should not just go believing anything that you don't understand yourself, or experience yourself.

A little detail-- Advanced people do not eat their animals, they only eat their plants. And advanced animals are as equivalently advanced as their people, and communicate with people by telepathy, voice and body language.

The first world I described is of a being who I do not have a description of on my web pages.

The second world I described is of a being called Demetrius, which is a nickname. I have a description of him on my site, on the Album page. (A link to my site is in my sig.)

The third world is of a being called Zar, which is his real name. He is the being whose race the most advanced that visits Earth. He is the head of the organization of visiting races to Earth. My description of him is also on the Album page of my site.

One race that visits Earth now is who humans call The Greys. There used to be two races called Greys, but one was dismissed by the organization. I have met them both. The one staying is now part of the organization, and a fine race of beings. I do not have a description of them on my site.

There is no real race that is who humans call Nordics. The entire idea and description of them were originally fabricated. But, often when humans get a glimpse of some of the visiting races who happen to fit the Nordic description in any way, they assume them to be Nordics and call them Nordics.

There is no other known planet that we humans could move to. All other known planets have elements that are too hostile to us to be able to move to. The air on a planet is only breathable by the life that already lives there. I did not breathe any air or become exposed to any elements of the worlds I visited. My visit was very controlled by alien life- by their technologies, and my time was very short.

Humans on Earth will not be ready to take our place among our local group of worlds for a very long time beyond 2012. Even after we, as a whole race, accept the fact that there is other life and it is visiting Earth and start communicating openly with them, we still have to straighten ourselves out first. We have not even united our own countries yet- how can we contribute to the management of diplomacy between a group of worlds?

Many things will happen in 2012, every day, just like in all the days in all the years until and beyond. But it is true that humans are approaching a big event which will mark, in our written history and in our minds, the pivotal change in the way we think of all life in the Universe, including ourselves. This point in evolution that we are at, we have been at already for thousands of years, experiencing one event after another all along, through all the dates.

The alien races have no "The Great Event" scheduled for us for any time in 2012, and foresee no natural one then either.








[edit on 8/11/2005 by EarthSister]



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by DaTerminator
Does any body have any idea or would like to point me to a source which claims to have information concerning what the planets of some of the alledged alien races might be like? Would they have similar plant life such as trees, or would it be completely alien (no pun intended) to us? Would humans be able to survive there and eat native foods, or would the chemical make-up of their organisms be useless to us?

And if any of you out there who claim to travel the stars at night when everyone else is asleep wish to comment, go ahead. I'm cautious to call you credible but it provides interesting reading nonetheless.


Bob Lazar and Sgt. Clifford Stone (retired) have both said that they have seen briefing documents in the US government that state that the aliens that abduct many of us for medical experiments and a long-term breeding program, stem from the Zeta 2 Reticuli System.

Home System Of The Greys?

The Zeta Reticuli Incident

Zeta Reticuli

Information on the Net about the specifics of the atmosphere on Zeta IV, as well as the plant and animal life there, is scant at best.

But that will change with time.



[edit on 11-8-2005 by Paul_Richard]



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 05:13 PM
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A little detail-- Advanced people do not eat their animals, they only eat their plants. And advanced animals are as equivalently advanced as their people, and communicate with people by telepathy, voice and body language.


What does this mean? Do animals use technology too? If so, why are they called animals?



There is no other known planet that we humans could move to. All other known planets have elements that are too hostile to us to be able to move to. The air on a planet is only breathable by the life that already lives there. I did not breathe any air or become exposed to any elements of the worlds I visited. My visit was very controlled by alien life- by their technologies, and my time was very short.


If so many different atmospheres are needed, then how do a bunch of different alien races live on one spaceship?



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 05:42 PM
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Da Terminator,

EarthSister does not answer questions that would embarass her, she purely issues edicts and visits other planets.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 05:43 PM
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Da Terminator,

EarthSister does not answer questions that would embarass her, she purely issues edicts and visits other planets.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 06:03 PM
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DaTerminator


What does this mean? Do animals use technology too? If so, why are they called animals?


Animals do not use technology. Animals evolve into further evolved animals. Maybe I should not have said "advanced" animals. Sorry if that was confusing.


If so many different atmospheres are needed, then how do a bunch of different alien races live on one spaceship?


Representatives of each visiting race travel here and live in their own crafts with their own crews who are members of their own race.

The organization of visiting races has a community craft which has quarters for members of each visiting race. This craft is the largest visiting Earth at 2.6 mi x .52 mi.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 06:11 PM
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EarthSister-exactly why did the 'aliens' pick you to see their worlds? How did you origianlly come into contact with them?



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 06:20 PM
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Originally posted by JayKew
Da Terminator,

EarthSister does not answer questions that would embarass her, she purely issues edicts and visits other planets.




JayKew

Please be nice and contribute to the topic of this discussion, or else go bother somebody else. I have been through this with you before more than once and I won't fight back on your low level. I will just complain about your rude insults to the staff.

If you are going to contribute, please make it something with more helpful substance than personal insults and blanket disagreement with other people's experiences and opinions. After all, there ARE other people who know things that you do not know.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 06:56 PM
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EarthSister,

Biologically there should be other planets that can sustain human life. Maybe the chemical compounds that the life on that planet is made up of would not suit the health needs of a human individual, but they certainly should be able to set foot on the planet. I'm not sure if you are aware of this or not, but if the atmospheric make-up of the planet is similar to earth chances are we will be able to breath it. Things don't have to be exact, they can be close but they will still work. So I'd have to say your assumption that humans can only survive on earth is wrong.



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