posted on Jan, 31 2014 @ 04:31 PM
reply to post by JadeStar
You as with others have misunderstood what I meant. I was using a star/sun as a reference so that it would be easier to picture. What I meant is what
if there is something like that that we have yet to discover. Something with similar characteristics but is within the planets. I'm not saying all of
them but just a "what if" scenario.
It also is sad that so many of y'all are stuck in the mindset that science is absolute in its findings when that is not the case. How many times in
just this century alone has science's absolute laws/theories had to be revised or changed completely because of a new discovery or invention? Science
is always changing with each passing day as we test the limits of our imagination making the impossible possible.
There is a recent article about Hawking (Physicist) whom is stating that black holes don't exist. Something that is shocking the science community as
the idea of black holes is thought to be an absolute thing. If Hawking proves to be right, then that would rewrite much of what science thought it
There are inventions and discoveries today that were once thought to be impossible yet they are a reality for us such as cars, trains, planes,
spaceships, space travel, cloaking devices, 3d printers, holograms, teleportation, writing on water, making objects float with sound waves, and the
list goes on and on.
Do we continue to make the same mistakes in the past by dismissing something because of what the current knowledge of what science states as possible
or impossible? Are not much of what we have today once ideas that were laughed at or mocked by the science community? Anything is possible and
probable especially when we are dealing with numbers in the trillions of trillions. And for every rule/law there is always an exception to it. Don't
repeat the past and limit yourself or your imagination.
As I said because I'm not saying this is what is happening but wouldn't it be cool if there were a few out there that fit the bill? For a better
picture, imagine something like the size of Earth in something like Jupiter.