posted on Aug, 4 2006 @ 02:06 AM
I find this all very interesting. Luckily, I'm coming into a position where I will finally be able to confirm or deny this with authority very soon.
I am currently entering as a Psychics/Premed double major at Penn State University.
I have enjoyed this little theory for years, among others, but the time has come to put it to the test. I don't know how long it will be before I get
the chance, but I have been informed that I may be receiving a research grant which could come in handy. I plan on using my knowledge to explore all
the areas of science that have interested me so for years. The areas that other scientists seem afraid to touch.
Frankly, with my current knowledge, this theory seems unlikely. However, I also believe the field to be fundamentally flawed in several areas. So
perhaps I'll get the chance to rewrite a law or two. Either way, all will be revealed.
PS: I don't want to step on any toes, but heavier elements do not occur naturally in heavier bodies. That's just not the way it works. Nevertheless,
I remain optimistic and open minded towards this theory even if it does seem... Questionable. Dreams forge our reality. Also, please refrain from
bashing "real" scientists. When you're willing to spend a decade chasing a doctorate in a field that pays less than real estate or business, then
you can bash away. It's easy for armchair scientists to bash "real" scientists for lack of imagination, but I imagine we could pretty easily bash
you for not knowing the first thing about which you speak.
But hey, we're all friends here and I damn sure hope that this isn't all balogna. We'll see.