posted on Nov, 4 2003 @ 12:03 AM
I see that some of the bad astronomy has already been pointed out, but I feel the need to add my own two cents on this one.
It lies 1086 million light years directly behind our moon in a straight line
First of all, the concept of "behind" doesn't exist in space. Points of reference for such concepts don't exist in space like they do down here on
Earth. Also, if such a planet did exist, you could drawn an imaginary straight line between it and any other known point in the universe, so of course
there would be an imaginary straight line between it and out moon.
I also feel the need to point out that the rotation of their planet wouldn't affect their age (barring any potential relativistic effects resulting
from the rotational speed of their planet being slightly closer to the speed of light than that of the Earth). Making judgements of time based on the
rotation and orbit of a planet around its sun are only frames of reference, they are not real measurements of time.
I can't even imagine how such a planet could hold an atmosphere with rotational speeds such as the ones you described.
If psychotropic drugs prevent one of interacting with them, how is it that you're able to hear them?...