posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 12:48 AM
Originally posted by Transience
1. Could you please tell us everything you know about your homeworld relative to Earth. E.g. Size, mass, density, distance from the nearest star,
similarity of life forms to those on Earth, atmospheric composition etc.
Unfortunately I know rather little about our home worlds (we have two due to the first becomming uninhabitable). Our original, I am told is about 0.7
the size of Earth and a bit less dense. Our newer planet is supposed to be about 0.85 the sizi of Earth and about the same density. The atomophere of
our new planet (which I'm told is very similar to our original) is rather Earth like, though the amount of Oxygen is higher, both planets have
noticably less Nitrogen and higher inert gas percentages.
Original planet is around 250000000 km, newer one about 400000000 km. The stars they orbit are some brighter than Earth's.
2. You mentioned that you do not know much about physics and that is fine. I would however appreciate it if you could tell me everything you know
about the wormhole system you use to travel. By our current understanding, although wormholes are possible they would be highly unstable (unfit for
travel). Additionally, travelling a wormhole could involve hitting a singularity which would again make travel quite impossible.
I'd rather you asked about "warp mechanics", much simpler. As I understand, the Worm Hole system is a technique of generating worm holes "on the
fly. By that I mean; the ship generates a "short distance worm hole (some hundreds of light years to perhaps a couple thousand). I had wondered why
shuch short distances, and when I asked I was told it was because of the extream energy required. Perhaps, the shout distance is because the ship can
not generate enough energy to create a stable hole over longer distances. The ship does move at a sub-light speed through the hole to avoid excessive
time dialation effects.
3. Does your race know anything of time travel? The theory of traversable wormholes also allows for time travel (If a traversable wormhole exists,
time travel should too).
I'm told that we do not have time travel.
4. How come your race is so similar to ours. The probability of two races evolving to nearly the exact same form on two different planets in two
relatively nearby galaxies independently is almost zero. Was life seeded from one to the other? If so, how did it happen. Calling it a coincidence is
very hard to believe.
I don't know about seeding. However, I'm told that the "humanoid" shape is very common among advanced species. Nearly all space-faring species
have the humanoid shape and being preditors in common.
5. How come a 2km by 1km spacecraft at an altitude of 100,000 km has remained completely and utterly undetected by any telescopes, infrared imaging
and any other methods used to scan the skies?
That I can not answer. However, is there anything of interest to ameture astronomers directly above Dallas, TX? I mean, they would have to look and
have a telescope that is good enough to resolve the object. Also, the ships do have a sort of passive cloaking. In that, they are dark colored, and
non-reflective, have no external lights operating. This should make them rather difficult to see.
Some of these questions are ones that I have not asked due to a lack of interest. I've been in a place where I didn't really care what our home
world is like, or where it is. And, I sort of thought that the mechanics of how we travel was something I would learn in time. So, my explainations /
answers are not as good as they perhaps should be.
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