posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 01:37 PM
I recently read that the Voyager 1 satellite is about to enter interstellar space, the first man-made object to do so in our history. This is a very
big deal in my opinion, we are about to have a "first-hand" look outside of our solar system, Voyager will be sending back information the likes of
which we have never seen before. So, this made me think that maybe this could be the change that the Mayan calender predicted, what information is
this satellite going to send back? Is it going to cross over and immediately burn up, is it going to find absolutely nothing, that our whole system
is [for lack of a better example] the Truman Show, will it uncover the fact that we may be closer than we think to our "neighbors", that the
Heliosheath acts as a concave or convex lens making everything outside of it seem further than it really is or closer to us than it really is?
So I guess my question is what do you think that will be found outside of the heliosheath and will it be the big event that ushers in the event that
the Mayans had foreseen.
If you think nothing will be found please feel free to not reply.
-----Just a thought that popped in my head and I haven't seen this subject brought up in the [search] anywhere.