posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 01:16 AM
reply to post by YourForever
Am trying to comprehend....
A Trinary Star system? I always thought Sirius was a very bright, blue-white star, but I could be mistaken, of course.
A Trinary Star system...three stars, in some sort of close orbits....HOW would ANY planet develop life in such a System?
Going back to the original point.....the initial idea was that the 'greys' origininated on a planet that had a 'darker' star than what we're used
NOT a Trinary blue-white, very BRIGHT!!!! system!!!!
Here's a contemplative idea....Our own star, our Sun will, as it ages, grows and expands, will, eventually, become a 'Red Giant'.
It will still give off heat, of course. For a while.....this aspect of our Sun is still a long ways away....a few billion years.
BUT, a Star that is a Red Giant.....well, it's pretty dim,compared to what we're used to.
Hence, a species ADAPTED there would need bigger eyes for the dimmer light!!!