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posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:05 PM
I was Listening to a Radio Interview from John Leer a couple Weeks ago.

He mentions the Venus probes and the Heat and pressure of the planet.
Being 900-1200 degrees farenhiet Which Alumnium melts at around 650 degrees. Lead even lower. Which is what most probes Would be built From.

And that it was infact a Water planet and it wasn't Blue from a neon gas effect.
The reason the give for its blueness.

And there are Venus People on this Planet So close to our own planet.

Can anyone explain this theory to me.

This is a very percise point about the planets being 900 degrees it would melt glass alumnium alot of materials probes are made from. Even ceramic Glass melts around 1100 degrees. Which is what all Space shuttle and Station use as Glass inches thick of Ceramic Glass not Silicon Glass

Which is above the 900-1200 degree temp Nasa says this planet has.

So What do these Venusites look like.
Anyone have a picture or artist drawing.

thnk u IK

John Leer doesn't Speak about the Venusites I just Kinda put the 2 theories into one.
Which is what you have to do with all these tiny bits of info they give us to get the bigger picture.

Why would NASA lie on this planets condition And that is a hotter planet around 90 degrees. What others have said various ufo sites.

NASA clearly states 900-1200 degrees which is a clear sign to not go there.

And the point of John Leer on how doe sa fabric shute or rubber or plastics materials used in probes be able to withstand such high temps.

And Keep in mind this probe was sent in the mid 1970's Super metals weren't around then.

Does this confirm a habital planet next door. Does this lie confirm the Venus Civ on that planet. Is it Water or is it a Blue neon gas?

[edit on 18-9-2007 by infamouskiller]

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:18 PM
Well I don't know about these "Venus people"... but I do know that for the probes to land and take pictures, the temperature sure as hell wasn't over a thousand degrees! I mean what are those chutes made of, titanium?

Not saying it wasn't hot, but how the landers made it baffles me. I wonder if there is an official explanation on this?

Here's some pictures of venus, including pics taken by the landers:

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:20 PM
I really hate to burst your bubble.

There are no "Venus" people.

Never have been, probably never
will be.

What Mr. Lear says, take with a
pound of salt.

In his later years, reality seems to
be virgin ground.

I give the man much respect, but
he seems to be offering info that
has been given to him for some
odd purpose.

Please, enjoy your reads on ATS,
just keep reality in focus.


posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:25 PM
reply to post by Lexion

There are no "Venus" people.

Never have been, probably never
will be.

Actually, scientists think that at one point, there was thriving life. 4.5 billion years ago, our sun was about 40% cooler than it is now, making life on Earth not really possible, but life on Venus almost probable.

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:27 PM
The probes we've sent to Venus measured the surface temperature at around 460 degrees C. Aluminum melts at 659 C. It appears Mr. Lear was playing a game by giving Venus' temperature in F and the melting point of aluminum in C

The problem that was encountered was that of pressure - The first probes sent to Venus for not equipped to handle the high pressure of Venus' surface; subsequent probes were.

As Mr. Lear would say, do some research yourself!

BigBert - Got a link or source for that? Sounds very interesting and I'd like to read about it.

[edit on 18-9-2007 by evanmontegarde]

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:29 PM
Regarding the OP question:


The best answer must be...

they look like you and I, if that dude from the 50's is to be at all believed...

VAL THOR (google him) came down to Earth and chilled with his bro and his girl...

There are pictures...

Maybe a hoax, maybe not?

As for the sun and a boiling temp on Venus...

Please see Mr Lear's other fascinating theory- about the temp of the Sun!

I really do believe this idea---

The sun is not a "hot fire" warming us around the solar systemic campsite...

It is, rather, an electric light---

and the temp/atmosphere of a planet is determined by the interaction
of that electromagnetic energy and the local air composition...

So- Venus could be the same temp as Earth- if the conditions were right...

Look all this up-
and get back to me...

There will be a quiz.


posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by evanmontegarde

Yeah, actually, if you just do a Google search, you can find lots of articles about ancient oceans on Venus and a supposed 2 billion years life would have had to evolve. The link I got the information above is:


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