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Zeta 1 and Zeta 2 Reticuli

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posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by schuyler

Of course, if we really do have back-engineered faster than light craft, that doesn't apply. But I don't think you can expect pictures from these non-existant super secret craft either.


But surely there is a paradox? If a craft is moving faster than light, could it take a picture?




posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 03:47 PM
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Originally posted by Chorlton

Originally posted by schuyler

Of course, if we really do have back-engineered faster than light craft, that doesn't apply. But I don't think you can expect pictures from these non-existant super secret craft either.


But surely there is a paradox? If a craft is moving faster than light, could it take a picture?


Ahh, an easy one there. It could take a bathroom break and take a few pictures!



posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 04:03 PM
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Sorry if I'm beating a dead horse....

I uploaded a documentary to Google's video section.

UFOs ARE REAL (1979)

This has a Betty Hill interview, along with Stanton Friedman's explanation for Zeta 1 & 2. You have to see it!



posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 04:06 PM
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Originally posted by Chorlton



But surely there is a paradox? If a craft is moving faster than light, could it take a picture?


Do you mean from inside the craft to the outside, or of the inside of the craft? If you mean of the inside of the craft then of course the answer is yes because even though you are traveling faster than the speed of light the inside of the craft is not affected.

If you mean from the inside to the outside like through a window, yes you probably could if the shutter speed were fast enough. The reason is that when travelling faster than the speed of light it is not done in a linear mode which is what most people assume. No, that can't be done as Einstein predicted.

The way you travel faster than the speed of light is to pull a little piece of the space to which you want to travel to your craft be means of a very powerful gravity generator. (Space is like a fabric, it can be pulled this way and that.)

When you have wrapped the piece of space (to which you want to travel) around your craft, then turn your gravity generator off and you will snap to where you have drawn the piece of space. Recycle time of the gravity generator is 12 milleseconds, so depending on how far you can draw a piece of space times that by 83 for speed in a second, times 4980 for speed in a minute and so on.

Got any questions? Ask Sir Potatohead, he probably knows.



posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 04:43 PM
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So we can't take a photo of the nearest stat that is 38 light years away. But yet we can photograph a Nebula with a sun-like star, three thousand light-years from Earth?

From nasa site: antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov...



posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 05:26 PM
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Although searching for planets has been done and will be coming up, even this site still can not include Zeta 1&2 Reticuli.
medusa.as.arizona.edu...

It has to be a southern observatory, down in Argentina, or Australia, where the real heart and center of the Milky Way Galaxy (our galaxy) is at.

Up here in the Northern Hemisphere, well, I just do not know what they are going to be doing. I suppose they could look at Draco Constellation that surrounds the North Pole constellation of the little bear (or the small pan) including Polaris, for those Draco-type tall Greys, I guess -- meaning some people mention that is where they come from - but that is further away for the stars, so until I guess there is more money or something in the southern hemisphere is built to try and observe southern stars, it's up to like a Hubble or Webb type telescope. And unfortunately, they seem bent on gathering up more about the entire Cosmos then pointing it at Zeta 1&2 Reticuli, and probably it would take different equipment, than what the Hubble has on it as of now.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
In fact Zeta 1 and 2 Reticuli are G1 or G2 spectral class, the same as our own sun being identical both in luminosity and mass. Wikiedias claim: "However, the stars are only 60% as enriched with metals as the Sun," is pure speculation and without substance or foundation. Their further claim, "Small, terrestrial planets around less metal-rich stars are less likely according to our current knowledge' is also pure speculation with no scientific basis in fact. Therefore both Zeta 1 and Zeta 2 Reticuli could very well have several planets orbiting similar to earth.


This is actually an overstatement. The make up of any object that either emits its light or has light past thru it can be generally determined with relative accuracy.



posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 07:08 PM
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I remember when this story was published in LIFE magazine.
The story is somewhat believable except for the star chart.
Her ability to recall the details of a star chart (even under hypnosis) really puts a spin on things.



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