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Originally posted by devareous
I have Been looking at rense.com and found a very intresting set of 14 page ebook/blog whatever u wana call it.It deals with what we have up in space and things unknown as well.The guy takes pics with his telescope tracking space debri at first,then dicided to catalog sattilits and actuly look at them.Anyway the relation besides sattiltes to this thread is he also talk about spaceships ether erthbuild/or other,but he talks about them uncloaking when they enter the atmospher and causeing a blue flash.
it a very intresting bit of info,started out as a space trash cataloger,and found more then he bargined for lol.
Any take a look , Name is space Machines Vol.1~14
Space Machines Vol.1~14 Link
I have these weird floaters also, only started seeing them about a year ago and it was only when I looked up at the sky in the daytime so I put it down to the light and being too sensitive or something. However I only see these floaters in the sky, I can look anywhere else and not see them, also the other night I was looking up at the stars whilst smoking it was somewhat cloudy and all of a sudden for no reason the sky came alive with the floaters except this time they weren't floating but flashing like little lightning storms inside the clouds. When I went outside later on for another smoke I did not see them. I can also sometimes see what I'd call energy waves which are black or grey and sort of wave across my vision
While I'd like to put it down to a medical explanation the recent night time sighting of these things has somewhat worried me and doesn't seem to fit with what I first had nor does it fit with the medical descriptions around these floaters as I haven't seen them at night since the first time
You've got to love the audacity of this idea. In a recent article at Discover Magazine, virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier (you know, the guy with the dreadlocks) proposes that we get working on repositioning nearby stars to form geometric patterns - or at least start looking for places that it's already been done by aliens.
Move stars around into patterns? That's pretty crazy stuff. Sure, but there isn't any physical reason why it isn't possible; it happens all the time when galaxies collide. Of course, a spray of stars hurled into intergalactic space at random is different from a great big peace sign.
In order to actually move a star requires a gravitational tractor, and engineers are already planning this kind of a mission for a threat closer to home: asteroids. By flying a spacecraft near an asteroid, and fighting against the gravity pulling it down, you can actually pull the asteroid off course. Over a long period of time, you can move the asteroid enough in its orbit to prevent it from striking the Earth.
So scale that idea up. Send out a fleet of these spacecraft to tinker with the orbits of Kuiper Belt objects. These objects could rain into the inner Solar System and prod the Sun's motion through the galaxy. Over a long period of time (a really really long period of time), you could impart enough of a velocity change to drive your star anywhere you wanted it to go.
With this technique, and a few million years to time to kill, you could line up stars into a formation that shows an intelligence was behind it. The more stars you put into formation, the better your message will be.