posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 01:55 PM
Excellent information you've found, Mike and others. Completely fascinating and intriguing.
I don't have a telescope, so I'll need to 'dip' into this thread to see what y'all have to say.
And, our friends in the Southern Hemisphere are in the same situation, actually.
I did have a question, though. Is there any idea just how far away this Portal is? For instance, if it's in our local neighborhood, say no farther
than the orbital distance of Pluto, would it be possible to see its relative shift when viewed from Earth at 6-month intervals, as we orbit the
Reason I ask is, if you're able to see a ship with the naked eye, and it's, say for instance, ten million miles away....that'd be one massively
huge ship, wouldn't it? Seems logical the Portal must be quite near to Earth, if we're able to see the activity, and the actual motion.
But, then I thought, the diameter of Earth's orbit is about 186 million miles...so is this Portal at a fixed distance from the Earth, and orbiting
the Sun along with us?
Last question, another poster earlier said something about visitors using the Portal from other Galaxies. So, does mean we can assume that
InterGalactic travel is possible, as well as IntraGalactic?? That would be very astonishing.
Thanks for putting up with my questions, I'm a space nerd.