Originally posted by Human_Alien
reply to post by GhostLancer
Controversial to some. Resonates with me. Not sure it's 100% accurate but there's way too much (legendary?) interest in this phenomenon (with Hitler
too) to just ignore it. People have speculated that our core is actually another star (sun). Which then goes into the theory that our core is actually
what modern man.... thinks is gravity. Hey, I'm all for more progressive ideas. Make a lot of sense to me (in a novice kinda way)
Thanks for posting that!!!
Thank you for the kind words.
Your thoughts generated some thoughts in me...
IF our core were a star, and this planet a grand shell around it, then perhaps an ancient race had built a "Dyson's Sphere" around it. Forgive if
I misspelled "Dyson." Spelling aside, Dyson was an astronomer/scientist who theorized that a civilization might reach a level of technology
allowing them to construct a barrier (most likely spherical) around a star to *completely harness* its power. Let's theorize for a moment...
Say, billions (or whatever) of years ago... such a species existed. But they were tiny in size. After all, our own sun DWARFS us. So, if there is a
sun inside our world, it's a micro-sized sun. So, say these beings were the size of microbes to us. But they were a LOT like us. They created
their "Dyson's Sphere" around their sun. Well, here WE are, *surface* life having evolved into enormous giants. They might not be aware of us
because of their extreme tiny size. We surely aren't aware of them either. So here we are, each of our species beyond the comprehension and
perception of the other, yet prone to "civilizational effects" that both would acknowledge as supernatural phenomena.
OR... say billions (or whatever) of years ago... some kind of species managed to CREATE AN INTERNAL SUN. And... here we are. An internal "sun" can
be created via sound, completely immersed in water as proved by experiments involving a technique known as SONARLUMINESCENCE --or something like that.
Youtube it and you might be astonished. Dolphins and whales might well have created such effects in our ocean depths.