reply to post by HaveSeen4Myself
Hiya HaveSeen4Myself et al,
First, I have to tell you that Nibiru stuff is my guilty little pleasure.
Being an open-minded person and somewhat of a science-minded person,
I have yet to see anything that is MEASURABLY CONCLUSIVE.
Still, what do I know? I leave a door open for the possbility.
I worked my tail off for the past three days, got home early, and
wandered in here. I read your entire thread the past two hours.
When this thread was created and ran, I was off-line......... off-line
for 4 months due to a Cat 5 hurricane wrecking this little island I live on.
Now, secondly a couple of kudos. I appreciate the even manner in
which you've responded to people on your thread. You knew and
expected a certain disbelief and increduilty, and yet overall have stuck
to your guns and responded in a fair and intelligent manner. Goodonya.
It is a proven fact that radio waves (not sound waves) do propigate
and travel in space. That doesn't prove nor disprove a thing insofar
as your thread is concerned, however I'm surprised nobody mentioned
it. Radio waves and other electromagnetic phenomena, as well as the
weak forces, all propagate in space. Thus, it seems possible to me
that a distant body could exert some manner of particle/wave that is
perceptible great distances away.
Now, this is going to seem like a debunking attempt, but please see it
for what it is: Me focusing on something measurable -- at least within
context of my own environment.
As I said, we were internetless for 4 months. We were without
conventional power for 64 days. We didn't kick in our generator for
at least 4 days after the storm, and we didn't run it at night. It was
the BEST in the sense of...... absolute quite. Our neighbors also
chose to run their generators (those that had them) during the daytime.
The weeks following the storm were fantastic for no light pollution at night, and no sound, except the swell of the sea. I didn't hear a thing.
We got power back on Jan 12th. Internet was not to come for two
months yet. We resumed our habit of watching satellites zip by in
the early night hours, and soaking in the hot tub. Our tub is heated
by a homemade solar collector, circulated by a 1 amp deep well pump,
and that pump is powered by a battery which is, in turn, charged by
a 10W PV panel. We rarely use the jets of the tub, preferring to just
soak in the peace and quiet and look at the heavens. The air is very clear here on this tiny island.
I live in the Cayman Islands -- about 1000 miles south of you, give or take. We don't have just a southern window, we have an entire horizon to
see. I've yet to hear the sound. I'm sure I would've perceived something different or new. We are always alert to new or interesting
celestial phenomenon, and Orion is visible this time of year to our WNW.
I guess you could say we've been prepared for whatever for a long
time. Part of the reason we moved here are that the bluff of the
island are riddled with deep caves.
I don't mind a bit admitting that if red dust began to fall, that we'd be inside the cave faster than you could say "balderdash" , so I guess
what I'm saying in my usual verbose manner is that it is easy to scoff
and ridicule, but when it comes right down to it, few of us can say X or
Y is KNOWN to NOT exist. I don't believe in the Nibiru stuff. I keep
the door open. I will listen, out of respect for the time you've put into
this thread, however I know I would've heard something. NO unusual
standing noises down here, boss.
[edit for quirky spelin']
[edit on 20-4-2009 by argentus]