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Originally posted by blocula
really!...my foots already out the door!
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
it's called Gor, and there are lots of women in bikini's there. sry, couldn't resist, I read all of the books when I was like 14 years old
and as i said "if anyone reads the posts" that its, journey to the far side of the sun-1969...i've never seen or heard about it before someone mentioned a similar thing in a movie and i found out what it is by "reading" through search engine links and by "reading" i found this > ..www.imdb.com...
Originally posted by southbeach
Your post is not really original it's from an old Sci Fi movie.
no its not "impossible" and this other earth would be 186,000,000 miles away from us and "if" it was discovered by nasa or whoever...they would'nt tell the general public a damn thing and perhaps the people of this planet found a way to cloak their planet within some kind of force shield, so it would be invisible to our technology and equipment,so they wont ever have to deal with us spreading the evil cancer of our destructive and war like ways upon their world...
Originally posted by bonaire
Definitely from that movie which I saw as a kid.
What's rediculous is that astronomers have never found this situation. Our solar system does not have this scenario with other planets nor would this ever be possible. Two planets of equal mass (impossible) on the same orbital plane (impossible to sustain) so as to be invisible to each other because of the star they orbit is in the way is incredibly impossible to occur. Every planet has its own unique orbit inflence every moment by new dust, meteroites and other influences from outside entering its mass. Two dust particles cannot drop onto each planet equally and thus, two planets cannot have the same mass. Not having the same mass means they cannot orbit exactly in lock-step.
and the parallel you fell asleep as you awakened from your dream here and he dreamed there about how no other earth could be on the other side of the sun...its best that way anyways,we would just end up going to war with them,its what we do best, kill and control and impose our iron will, unless they have nuclear weapons,then we would'nt do anything to them...
Originally posted by CapnSnazz
I dreamt that this other Earth does not exist on the other side of the sun. So I guess that settles it since my dreams are just as credible as anyone else.
i don't get your point at all ??? ^^^ some days people sleep 6hrs,some days 8hrs and some days 12hrs and when their sick they sleep for 20 hrs and the parallel counterparts are sleeping the opposite number of hours each day,theres no reason why they would'nt be and we've all slept for 10 or 12 hrs before right? i bet a lot of lazy people sleep for 10 or 12 hrs every day,so their parallel counterpart must be just as lazy.as far as i go, i sleep only 5 or 6 hrs every day unless i'm sick, so my parallel counterpart must be sick all the time or lazy...
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
Unless the average sleeping time in 24 hours each day equals 12 hours precisely, you end up with one world mostly awake and one world mostly asleep. That's where this whole thought model fails in my eyes.
no its not from this movie en.wikipedia.org... i have'nt seen it and did'nt read about it either and the story is'nt the same as my theory anyways...if anything, they ripped off journey to the far side of the sun-1969 > www.imdb.com...
Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by blocula
Your plot is from the movie Another Earth... You should be honest and say were it came from...
these planets are sooo many millions of miles away from eachother that i don't think they are really effecting each other gravitationally at all and if they do, its very,very little...jupiter is massive and what does it do to us...nothing much...
Originally posted by fill0000
reply to post by blocula
spinning your question around, our gravity affects local planets mars and venus, how do you explain that one?