Originally posted by cornucopia
reply to post by princeguy
we have spacecraft the size of planets...
actually some planets are spacecraft
some planets are living beings like ours is
hey, believe what you want
i love you
we love you
Originally posted by antar
reply to post by Watts
Well, I have met with alien life forms. Met them just as real as you meeting your computer for the first time. It did not make you 'know' everything just because you got it, it did not make me an expert to have been privy, but obviously I do know much more than you.
Originally posted by princeguy
I want to know how big this thing is compared to Earth?
A new dust particle has adhered to the internal field lens of COR1-B. It first appeared on May 2, and presumably migrated from some part of the telescope housing. There are actually a number of small dust particles on the field lens, but they are mostly subtracted off by the background subtraction algorithm. Eventually, this new particle will also be subtracted off as soon as the instrumental background calculations catch up with the change.
A dust particle that reflects the surface of the sun and shoots a laser beam? Is that NASA's final answer?
I'm not buyin the dust particle, we need another explanation.
Originally posted by MysteriousHusky
Assuming what we see in the video is authentic in the sense that it was not altered in any manner or is some kind of amplified "dust illusion" then there can be three possibilities
1) Human-made object/craft collecting data from the sun
2) Extra-terrestrial made object/craft collecting data from the sun and possibly us
3) Solar system object of natural origins
Sure wish i could use dust as an excuse...i have tons in my house !!