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posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 12:26 PM
Hello everyone,
Just joined up after seeing todays CME, and finding a fair bit of SOHO links here.

As for 2012 topics, I'm interested in the current solar cycle, passing through the galactic plane, pole shift, galactic alignment (and / or the lack of), asteroid belt and gulf stream activity. I find all the science interesting, however, I'm not a doomer holding my breath for some catastrophe in 2012. I feel like the events come often and random enough as it is.

As for human origin, I tend to lean to alien origins via meteorite, remaining open minded, I am agnostic.

The conspiracy stuff is interesting to read and try to figure out what to believe and what to discount. It looks like a lot of people say what they think, rather than think what they say.

ATS looks like an interesting place, as it provides an interesting view into the human mind and thought process differences. Lots of fun to read stuff here!


posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 12:32 PM
Hi and welcome CHEDwick. The Fragile Earth and Science forums are great arent they
Lots of information and inspiration here.

posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 01:14 PM
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I too am interestd in similar sciences. I believe also that human origin came from outer space, but think it is more likely UFO's rather. The innabiity for modern science to produce anything even close to the 'misssing link' is because its not here! Ha, thats what I think anyway. Enjoy the site! You'll ,meet all kinds of people who think all kinds of things!


posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 01:15 PM
Welcome to ATS!

We were waiting for you to join.


posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 03:19 PM
Thank you all for the warm welcome!

I could go ancient aliens, as the turning point from neanderthal man to modern man, be it alien crossbreeding with the cavemen, or we (the aliens)could have caused their extinction.
I could see some race seeding this fertile planet on purpose, or accidentally.
I'm not sure a BigMac wouldn't kick it all into motion.

I always figured freezing space would preserve any life in a cryostasis.
Sooner or later something life filled or lifeless smacks into one planet which ejects life into space, freezes and lands on another planet, adding to or starting life.

I can't say what started it for sure, but it (life) runs amok on earth, thankfully!


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