As far as the planet goes, and the coordinates of it. Here is some main stream info on it.
Alan Stern, of the Southwest Research Institute and leader of NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto, predicted in the early 1990s that there would be
1,000 Plutos out there. He has also contended, based on computer modeling, that there should be Mars-sized worlds hidden in the far corners of our
solar system and even possibly other worlds as large as Earth.
In a telephone interview after Friday's announcement, Stern, who was not involved in the discovery, said he stands by those predictions and expects
Mars-sized objects to be found within decades.
"I find this to be very satisfying," Stern said of 2003 UB313. "It's something we've been looking for for a long time."
Stern stopped short of calling it one of the greatest discoveries in astronomy, however, because he sees it as just one more of many findings of
objects in this size range. Last year, for example, Brown's team found Sedna, which is about three-fourths as large as Pluto. Others include 2004 DW
Stern sees the outer solar system as an attic full of undiscovered objects.
This was in 2005. Basically, The computer modeling of the gravity and motion of our solar system states that there are tons of stuff out there that we
can find. Is it plausible that a planet in the outer solar system harbored life earlier then Earth? Yes, provided that they did it below ground. Once
you get 40-50 ft underground the temperature stays constant, and warm enough for life to exist. Is it possible that they evolved earlier then us, say
by a couple million, or billion years? Definately, anything is possible. I once saw a man burb all his ABC's never thought he could do it.
Point being anything is possible, the real question is why us slaves? I think it would be because there sensitivity to light, and higher temperatures.
Think about it, if they evolved, they would have evolved in a dark part of space, there senses would be heightened toward smell, and touch.
Additionally, if they had access to 100% capacity of the brain, they wouldn't necessarily need eyes. Its possible that they could have them, but what
use would they really be. All this being said, if you wanted to harvest the resources of a planet like say Venus, you would need to genetically
engineer a species that is capable of doing it. Since the surface is so hot, they would need to be able to either be able to tolerate the heat, or if
you chose to go underground, able to work underground like a mole. You would have to introduce a viable food source for it underground, as well as a
capcity to farm it. What about Mars, Hear is the opposite, here, you have the capacity to have people on the surface, but everything needs to be able
to tolerate colder temperatures. The species would most likely be designed different then Venutians, as well as Earthlings.
Regardless, weather it was Venus, Earth, Mars, or your anus, that they decided to colonize with slaves, would they give them the capacity to be all
they could be? I wouldn't, heck I would encode short life spans, throw some genetic defects in there, and make them weak. You want them to be able to
survive, not flourish, and while we have "theoretically" flourished on earth, we also have done tremendous damage, and in all actuallity will
probably lower the habitable capacity of the earth as a result.
Anyways, thats my 2 cents. I personally vote for my theory, God is a very ugly woman from the year 3000 A.D. She was a sailor on a space ship, got a
little drunk, and feel into the anti-matter propolsion drive resulting in a time rift opening and shooting him back to 4million A.D. along with a male
propolision expert. As a result they started having kids, and created us.