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Upgrade, put your thinking cap on, and contemplate Infinity and all that is, infinite energies, infintie inanimate and animate/intellects, and how you can't cap it, limit it, or its finite. If its finite, all would have vanished long ago.
Now, all energies upgrade by design.
Whole systems upgrade.
Carbon upgrades to crystal.
The stars are cyrstal, I've read pdfs on star dust.
My photos at home of the sun show hexagrams just like our pineals have in the calcite crystals.
Candle flames contain millions of nano dust diamonds.
When we entered this neverland to finally learn love in, dream lab, we came in with at least a bungee cord and some limits. So long and then it goes up and we get straightened out in the end. That process is very hard for anyone who has seriously harmed anyone, because our spirit never wanted to hurt anyone or become monsters. And we have to go through perfect knowledge.
But, I suspect that planet already upgraded. Which means there are many eutopia realms in the astral.
There is no time so earth already has as well gone through all its DVD run, these are all past clips in the rolls of film.
Ceres really attracts me. She's a beautiful jewel of a planet and feel something wonderful and special. I bet our dolphins and whales came from there I sense higher level eutopias there.
Don't know what you're callign a hoax.
I don't consider things automatically hoaxes.
All I can wonder is, if the asteroid spirals the way it does, what does it spiral around. Lagrangian points do not explain this. This is not even predicted to move in a plain, which is what we should see for Lagrangian points, with the much smaller influence of Earths gravity restricting the area of this influence.
What we are seeing is a classic capture, but for yet to be unexplained reason, it escapes Earth's gravity field, and then spirals out. The Lagrange point doesn't explain the loop.
Can you explain what we "should" see?
Objects are captured and released through Lagrange points.
These miniature bodies get temporarily caught in orbit around a planet, and then get released, and electrons behave in a similar manner.
So, you don't know what should happen but that ain't it. But the problem is, modern science and the science of Newton do say what should happen and what is says is that there must be temporary captures. Rather than saying modern science can't explain it, don't you mean you can't explain it? Or is your grasp of orbital mechanics so great that you know as much as the scientists who produce the models which were used to reach the conclusion?
No, and neither can modern science, the difference seems to be that I recognize this, and you don't.
No, they are not. Lagrange points act more like that area where you get past the point where the waves start to crash on the beach. They do not have any gravitational pull, they do not capture things.
Unrealistic claims. The satellites aren't there? They aren't being tracked? The scientists just sent them out there without knowing what would happen and (oh my, look at that!) the satellites just started orbiting nothing?
Nice link, but it doesn't prove your point, it only adds to the mystery, and causes people like you to make these sort of unrealistic claims.
Actually, not many have been observed. Only one I think. If the scientific community is not using Newtonian or Einsteinian physics to predict the existence of temporary captures (and Lagrange orbits), what are they using?
So new technology allows us to observe these satellites that get captured into orbit, and then somehow escape, and scientists have brilliantly deducted, that if Jupiter is doing it, Earth must be doing it as well. No where is the is scientific community making the claims that you are making, that this easily explained by Newtonian physics, and certainly not by Einstein's gravity well concept.
The classical concepts of gravity are what is being used to deduce the existence of these objects but the force of gravity is nothing like atomic forces and the behavior of objects in space is nothing like the behavior of electrons. You also seemed to have missed a point made by the MIT scientists. It isn't a matter of capturing and releasing one object at a time.
In classical concepts of gravity, each planet should have large numbers of these miniature moons, but what we are seeing is capture and release, much like electrons.
The answer is straightforward to state. "At any given time, there should be at least one natural Earth satellite of 1-meter diameter orbiting the Earth," say Granvik and co.
there must be temporary captures.
Originally posted by Tachyeon
Or large cloaked objects sitting at Lagrange points. there mas would have that type of affect. Old saying just because you can't see it does not mean its not there:-) Especially in the visible light spectrum.
Why those satellites are positioned where they are positioned has nothing to do with your claims.
Lagrange points act more like that area where you get past the point where the waves start to crash on the beach. They do not have any gravitational pull, they do not capture things.
Did you even bother to read your own link? I doubt it. Scientists have observed several capture and releases involving Jupiter. Mainly they are doing this as a result of technology mainly developed by Tesla.
An international team led by Dr. Katsuhito Ohtsuka modeled the trajectories of 18 “quasi-Hilda comets,” objects with the potential to go through a temporary satellite capture by Jupiter that results in them either leaving or joining the “Hilda” group of objects in the asteroid belt. Most of the cases of temporary capture were flybys, where the comets did not complete a full orbit. However, the research team used recent observations tracking Kushida-Muramatsu over nine years to calculate hundreds of possible orbital paths for the comet over the previous century.
The largest known asteroid could contain more fresh water than Earth and looks like our planet in other ways, according to a new study that further blurs the line between planets and large space rocks. Astronomers took 267 images of asteroid Ceres using the Hubble Space Telescope
Scientists describe Ceres as an "embryonic planet." Gravitational perturbations from Jupiter billions of years ago prevented it from becoming a full-fledged planet. Ceres ended up among the leftover debris of planetary formation in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
But Ceres has more in common with Earth and Mars than its rocky neighbors. There are signs it may contain large amounts of pure water ice beneath its surface. Observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope show that Ceres shares characteristics of the rocky, terrestrial planets of our inner solar system. Computer models show that nearly round objects such as Ceres have a differentiated interior, with denser material at the core and lighter minerals near the surface. All the terrestrial planets - including Earth - have differentiated interiors. This sets Ceres apart from its asteroid neighbors.