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  1. #91
    the planet serpo

    distance of planet serpo to the two stars was reported in the initial serpo mission report:

    distance to sun #1: 96.5 million miles / 155 million km
    distance to sun #2: 91.4 million miles / 147 million km

    such an arrangement can only exist if the binary star system is a close binary in which the two stars orbit about each other separated by some 5 million to 10 million miles / 8 million to 16 million km. planet serpo would thus orbit the two stars about a common center of gravity. this arrangement is clearly different from the alleged zeta reticuli model in which the two stars are separated by billions of km and planet serpo orbits only one of them. the other planets described in mission report ( a total of eight planets ) probably orbit the twin suns in the same manner.
    the distance of planet serpo to each star would change in the order of a few millions of km as the stars orbit each other and as serpo orbits the two stars.

    the star system as reported can only exist if the two suns orbit each other separated by some 5 to 10 millions of km and are in turn orbited by planet serpo as the fourth planet from the binary star center of gravity. the stars as such probably orbit each other in a time period of days or weeks or months rather than in millions of years.

    both models of star systems do exist.

    and both models are cosmologically stable.

    however, the data clearly indicates that zeta reticuli cannot be the star system of planet serpo unless there has been some error in data transfer or translation.

    if the star system of planet serpo is not zeta reticuli, then which one is it
    Last edited by aquila; 12-09-2014 at 03:08 PM.

  2. #92
    the planet serpo - geological survey

    the mission report mentions the planet serpo as containing swampland and desert and volcanic terrain. the northern hemisphere is reported to be cooler than than the southern. this may be the result of a number of factors such as high elevation or seasonal variation in temperature. the existence of evergreen flora in the northern hemisphere clearly indicates that the demarcation in temperature is somewhat permanent owing to something like higher elevation. the average elevation of the northern hemisphere may actually be hundreds - or thousands - of meters higher than than the southern hemisphere.

    a similar condition is known to exist on mars. only, the situation on mars is the other way around. the average elevation of the martian southern hemisphere is about 1 kilometer higher than the northern hemisphere.

    the serpo geological report seems to be based on fact of an actual occurance. the material is sufficient to draw conclusions about the planetary geology and topography of the planet serpo.

    the overall presentation is elementary and the content in agreement with what can be expected of a military coordinated mission.

  3. #93
    Now if only they would point Keller that way and verify the existence of a planet in that system.
    "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfire View Post
    Now if only they would point Keller that way and verify the existence of a planet in that system.
    Few planetary systems are available to "see" planets that may be associated with a particular star. Planets that orbit stars so far have only been found by indirect means; the star wobbles and does so in relation to the mass and orbit of it's planets.NASA hopes that the new NASA telescopes will be able to directly image planets orbiting their stars. I expect that nearly every star will have a planetary system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfire View Post
    Now if only they would point Keller that way and verify the existence of a planet in that system.
    Keller? You mean Kepler planetary survey?
    Darn auto-correct. Gotta love those epic fails. Ha!
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  6. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    Keller? You mean Kepler planetary survey?
    Darn auto-correct. Gotta love those epic fails. Ha!
    Yen, Kepler. Forgot to check before I hit reply.

    Almost did it again......
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  7. #97
    kepler survey probably has chanced upon stellar systems which have earth like terrestrial worlds. the issue is not whether life exists in any exoplanet. it is an insult to human intellect to assume that life on earth is unique and man is alone in the universe. but life on earth is unique and man is alone in the universe - just as life on other worlds is unique. man is alone in the universe because it is a rule of universal understanding that each civilization develop on its own without alien intervention. apparently, exception is being taken in the case of earth due to the human involvement with radioactive material.

    the serpo mission has contradictory material that renders it incomplete but not invalid. there must be some truth to what is written in the serpo mission report. it would have been stimulating to get a glimpse of the topology of the planet serpo in the form of photographic data. in the absence of such data, reliance is based on what is known of the topography and geology of the earth. it would have been helpful because an in depth understanding of planetary geology would have occured.

    what is most dissappointing is the lack of earth based academic research involving solar analog stars which have the potential to foster earth like terrestrial planets.

  8. #98
    in africa

    rhinocerus

    only four white rhino remain on the earth


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    nasa can scrap further missions to mars

    it does not make sense to search for life on mars - or any other celestial body of the solar system - when life on the earth faces extinction

    incidently

    nasa found life on mars a long time ago

    however

    it is not the kind of life form that one would expect to find in a zoo

    further missions to mars should be cancelled

    at the proper time united states air force may dispatch tripper craft - the vehicles engineered from extraterrestrial alien handouts - to pick up abandoned space probes such as new horizons and dawn the voyager explorer space probes planck space telescope and herschel and the mission to jupiter space probe juno

    abondoned space probes must be recovered and returned to the earth for recycling

    space junk will need to be collected and brought back to the earth

    for recycling

    esa and nasa should continue to operate the hubble space telescope in effort to map the visible universe and study solar analog stars

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    anyone who has wondered what e.t. life is like will understand the implication of life on earth going extinct

    initially microrganisms and plants and sea creatures populated the earth - their living remnants can be seen even today

    then the reptiles came

    dinosaurs

    probably of extraterrestrial origin

    and finally

    mammals appeared

    man populated the earth

    probably of extraterrestrial origin

    there is a story about the ancient home planet of humanity called lyra

    a beautiful resplendent terrestrial world somewhere in the lyra cluster of stars

    a war is said to have destroyed lyra

    forcing humanity to search for new edens

    one of them was the earth
    Last edited by aquila; 08-07-2015 at 11:33 PM.

  9. #99
    Rather unexpectedly, after several years, there was a new SERPO release today, #36:

    www.serpo.org/release36.php
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    Well, I was going to read this but the page is acting up. Can't scroll the page at all. Maybe someone doesn't want us to read it..??? Humm??
    Looks like a long read to. I'm going to keep trying so Bug off NSA.... lol.

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