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Originally posted by mcx1942
Thanks for the comments guys!
Since the Rings are not static then perhaps there could be a way to have a satellite read it as if it were the laser eye within a cd player. Even then I would imagine it is not as easy as it sounds or it probably would of been done already. Maybe even, there have been scientists that have pondered this but lack of resources have kept them from testing the idea.
Perhaps our technology is not yet at a point to measure/read such data. I love thinking about these kind of topics!edit on 7/7/2013 by mcx1942 because: spelling
Originally posted by billdadobbie
when you read about people channeling it is always from saturn that it comes ?? the stargate conspiracy is a good read for this .
i remember reading that they found 2000 mile long tubes in the rings and some say they are space ships
Originally posted by mcx1942
My theory is we should try to replicate the pattern of the Rings exactly onto a vinyl record and see if it plays anything back.
If one was to recreate the Rings, they would have to do it in portions I would imagine, because the question of scale comes to mind. I'm sure it would be a daunting task to try to replicate the grooves. Maybe that's why it has not been done yet, lack of resources.
Originally posted by Raizekas
I gotta agree with others who have stated that rings are not stable and always moving. However, are they moving randomly or maybe every ring is moving by their unique route and by this creating another Saturn mystery? ( to be honest, I have no information about Saturn and this could be absolutely wrong, but I'm just posting this from curiosity) What if that would be true? Maybe there would be any way to reproduce the grooves or something like that?
Originally posted by SixX18
It isn't really an audible sound we can hear, but instruments can put together the "song" we hear in this video.
Compositing the picture map onto the model could indeed work. I din't thought about this, yet I do it all the time, lol. Nice suggestion
Originally posted by Aazadan
]Originally posted by mcx1942
My theory is we should try to replicate the pattern of the Rings exactly onto a vinyl record and see if it plays anything back.(...)
I have the skills to reassemble everything, model it in 3d (or really in this case it would just be putting a displacement map that's a composite of the photographs over an object), and ship it off to a 3d printer.
Originally posted by pirhanna
Why, if indeed the rings are made of moving pieces and particles, do the rings hold shape as the number of collisions approach infinity? I would think the chaos of the system would have long ago erased any discernable rings since they have no binding.
Any physicists here that can answer this?
Originally posted by H34T533K3R
so what if someone uses a detailed pic of the way the rings are and makes a record with the grooves similarly cut/pressed/grooved