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posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by observe50

I would say with Sleeper's theory maybe he is right or maybe he is wrong we will know when birth occurs or we may never know if she miscarries.


Under such a scenario the new planet would remain near the sun and difficult to see being smaller than Mercury at delivery---and if only certain privileged cosmologist were allowed to see it would that news get out? Many things going on under everyone’s noses and yet few are aware that anything out the ordinary is going on in this solar system



I offer my place for the Shower when/if the event happens.


I hope you have a big big place---lol




posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 11:20 AM
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Originally posted by kleverone
I think there may even be a larger debate brewing, if the sun is pregnant, who's the father?
Paternity test? Sorry, couldn't resist

I bet talk show host Jerry Springer could get to the bottom of it---lol




Great post sleeper


Thanks kleverone!



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 11:33 AM
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Originally posted by g210b

And on what is you 'Sun is prgnant' hypothesis based on what?



It’s based on what dreams are made of---lol---and the same stuff highly educated physicist use to get through the day----when contemplating what the heck matter really is---and they still have no idea---but they are full of speculation about it---



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 11:45 AM
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Lets be clear -- what Sleeper has put forward is not entirely his own theory. It shares many of the characteristics of a body of scholarly work, known as the Electric Universe theory or Plasma Cosmology.

There does exist a body of credible, peer reviewed work on Plasma Cosmology theory. I suggest some of you take the time to educate yourselves on the topic. ...or you could just assume you know better and place any debate outside the scope of the status quo into the 'skunk works' pile.

Whatever makes you feel more comfortable.



[edit on 11-3-2007 by Smack]



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 02:52 PM
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Originally posted by just theory

Yeah that's talked about in the second video i posted, so who's watch them and what did you think?


So come on, has anyone watched any of the videos i posted? I thought there would of been some response on them by now...



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 02:59 PM
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Originally posted by Smack
...or you could just assume you know better and place any debate outside the scope of the status quo into the 'skunk works' pile.

Whatever makes you feel more comfortable.
[edit on 11-3-2007 by Smack]


While I appreciate your efforts to post associating scientific links, it seems you are assuming the thought process of other posters and it evidently frustrates you.

I for one will entertain incredible ideas for creative "out of the box" thinking, while I may or may not believe the actuality of the idea. It's important to note that just because reply'ers aren't either supporting or bashing the idea, doesn't mean they aren't getting something else out of the discussion.

Peace, AAC



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 04:14 PM
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Originally posted by sleeper

Originally posted by g210b

And on what is you 'Sun is prgnant' hypothesis based on what?



It’s based on what dreams are made of---lol---and the same stuff highly educated physicist use to get through the day----when contemplating what the heck matter really is---and they still have no idea---but they are full of speculation about it---



And you have an idea what matter is, right? Let me guess..miller told you.
Care to share this knowledge with us?

This would be very interesting, since I actually have an idea what matter really is. And it's not the actual 'common' one.

About dreams, that's an alternated reality. But I think that you in special live in mixed reality and are not good in differentiate them anymore.

I have the impression you like playing half hidden games in your responses. -lol- !
. Know what I mean? I bet!
I don't think this is a good and honest way to answer. But ok this is your thing.

So far I see you opened this thread put an idea as fact (that expresses yourt title) and delivered absolutly nothing to explain how you come to that idea. Except that you dreamt it maybe. (depends on how someone wants to interpret your answer)
How is about a title 'I dreamt that the sun is pregnant?' Would be honest then.


[edit on 11-3-2007 by g210b]



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by g210b
This would be very interesting, since I actually have an idea what matter really is. And it's not the actual 'common' one.


Start a thread in skunkworks, I’m sure many would like to hear your take on matter




About dreams, that's an alternated reality. But I think that you in special live in mixed reality and are not good in differentiate them anymore.


It appears that English is not your primary language but that’s ok even English speaking people don’t get my jokes, sarcasm, or off the wall jargon. “What dreams are made of” is from a Bogart movie---I was not referring to my dreams



I have the impression you like playing half hidden games in your responses. -lol- !
. Know what I mean? I bet!
I don't think this is a good and honest way to answer. But ok this is your thing.


People often miss out on my best jokes because they think that---I would never make it as a comedian




So far I see you opened this thread put an idea as fact (that expresses yourt title) and delivered absolutly nothing to explain how you come to that idea.



It’s to early to start rumors on which celestial stud impregnated our shameless solar hussy



posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 06:36 PM
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Originally posted by sleeper
Start a thread in skunkworks, I’m sure many would like to hear your take on matter


It's no skunkwork and nope, you have the all knowing connection not me. My 'sources' never told me that the sun is pregnant.


Originally posted by sleeper
It appears that English is not your primary language but that’s ok even English speaking people don’t get my jokes, sarcasm, or off the wall jargon. “What dreams are made of” is from a Bogart movie---I was not referring to my dreams


Correct. English is a foreign Language to me.
When you know that ppl do not get your jokes, why don't you try to answer stright like you show you can do it here?
(thanks for that direct answer here)



Originally posted by sleeper
People often miss out on my best jokes because they think that---I would never make it as a comedian





Originally posted by sleeper
It’s to early to start rumors on which celestial stud impregnated our shameless solar hussy


Ok, you don't want to get serious on this your topic. Since it is in skunk work and your choose, I let it go.

[edit on 11-3-2007 by g210b]



posted on Mar, 12 2007 @ 02:54 PM
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Hey! Great Thread Title -- Great Subject.

Unfortunately -- my "gang" isn't giving me anything -- must not be a part of my "Need to Know"

But I'm hangn'



posted on Mar, 12 2007 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by just theory
So come on, has anyone watched any of the videos i posted? I thought there would of been some response on them by now...

These videos are great (I actually watched all of them in the YouTube playlist), but they're worth a new thread altogether. I bet this lets me look like a gullible nutcase again, but they really had me convinced.

Together with sleeper's theory/hypthesis/axiom (whatever this is, scientifically), it would make some sense. Sun gives birth to an "iron ball" (Mercury), which circulates near sun orbit, grows, gains mass, develops an atmosphere and weather (Venus) and life (Earth), eventually drifts out of the biosphere (Mars) and then X happens and the planet becomes a giant gas ball :-)



posted on Mar, 12 2007 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by Annee
Hey! Great Thread Title -- Great Subject.

Unfortunately -- my "gang" isn't giving me anything -- must not be a part of my "Need to Know"

But I'm hangn'



It’s all about kickbacks---



posted on Mar, 14 2007 @ 11:13 PM
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Sleeper I voted you for wats and I never ever give those out.

Your thread whether your idea or not, really made me think and I find it beautiful, it makes sense to my limited knowledge of accepted physics.

I can def see blackholes being worm holes that open up into other places maybe even inside stars and that matter that goes into a black hole gets ejected out somewhere else (this would make more sense since a singularity cant hold up under any circumstance) so with why do some stars have planets it being that they are connected to black holes or like you said suck up enough matter and spew it out.

Real beautiful thought u have, thanks for blowing my mind.



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:49 AM
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has anyone thought to ask the pertinent question?

who made the sun pregnant in the first place?
it sure wasn't me





posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 09:18 AM
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Originally posted by Desolate Cancer
Sleeper I voted you for wats and I never ever give those out.


Thank you!



Your thread whether your idea or not, really made me think and I find it beautiful, it makes sense to my limited knowledge of accepted physics.

I can def see blackholes being worm holes that open up into other places maybe even inside stars and that matter that goes into a black hole gets ejected out somewhere else (this would make more sense since a singularity cant hold up under any circumstance) so with why do some stars have planets it being that they are connected to black holes or like you said suck up enough matter and spew it out.


I claim it till someone proves otherwise. Had a prominent physicist released such a theory it would be front page news and many people would be aware of it--IMO.

The center of galaxies glows hot from star formations---raw star material is spewed out which then coalesces with other matter, in other pastures, throughout the galaxy. Meanwhile the massive Black Holes remain behind the scene, hidden away like the engine beneath the hood of a bright shiny new automobile.

Thanks for your perspective



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by sleeper
Meanwhile the massive Black Holes remain behind the scene, hidden away like the engine beneath the hood of a bright shiny new automobile.


That's good. Successful authors are able to create metaphors that conjure an image, relating what is unknown to what is known.

The sun can't be pregnant. Sol is male. Space is the female. Solar flares are Sol's ejaculate....providing the 'seed' for the development of celestial objects.



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 11:56 AM
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What?!?! Did MrPenny -- lift up the Sun's skirt and look?


What?!?! You've never heard of mitosis? I saw Evolution.

And of course -- there's always Parthenogenesis -- but what fun is that?



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 12:09 PM
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Sleeper
Mercury, will move into Venus’ orbit, Venus into earth’s orbit, earth into Mars’ orbit, and so on


Where did you get this. I have always said the EXACT same thing to my husband. However, I have never spoke to anyone else about this. I didn't say the sun was pregnant but that the planets move out.

I said this cause In the Beginning you see how they lived to be hundreds of years old. Well in my opinion it was cause they were closer to the sun. Time moved faster for them. That was the first earth age. The second is where Venus is and today were here. Futher from the sun. Time is shorter and so on. I relate it to the futher we get from the Sun the darker our lives become. The more we don't believe in God.



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by Annee
What?!?! Did MrPenny -- lift up the Sun's skirt and look?


What?!?! You've never heard of mitosis? I saw Evolution.

And of course -- there's always Parthenogenesis -- but what fun is that?



As gag writers, your 'gang' leaves something to be desired.



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by Shar

Where did you get this. I have always said the EXACT same thing to my husband. However, I have never spoke to anyone else about this. I didn't say the sun was pregnant but that the planets move out.



I didn’t get it from anyone, at least not any human---lol, it’s a theory that formed in my mind some time ago when I was reading about the solar system planets being formed in their orbits by gases and material left over from the sun’s birth, and to me that theory didn’t seem right






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