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Old 02-05-2015, 08:44 PM   #1
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Default Other worlds could be full of Evolved Dinosauroids

I think it's been discussed before here but worth being it up again.

Study suggests alien worlds could be full of super-intelligent dinosaurs.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...dinosaurs.html

Now that Kepler Telescope system is discovering all kinds of worlds and NASA saying that in the next 10 years they will discover intelligent life and a habitable world(s) that we could live on. I think they already have but yet to be confirmed.

Plus with NASA working on the theoretical warp drive concept and new advanced propulsion technologies in the next era of space exploration. The objective of allowing people to explore and settle in the solar system over the next 50 years that will lead onto interstellar travel allowing to explore the worlds that Kepler is discovering.

Basically what the scientist above is saying is we may end up opening a Pandora's box with technologies to explore other worlds.

I think some scientists have even suggested that there are more exotic and habitual planets for humans than the Earth. This is true!!! As we never originated from the Earth.

Its all coming together, just connect some of the dots.

This article is very interesting - I think scientists even use the word Dinosauroids - I didn't realize that there was a humaniod skull of a reptilian discovered!!! As this article alludes to, search for "Dinosauroid skull, from Russell & Seguin (1982)" in the article.
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/...ted-revisited/

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http://brazilweirdnews.blogspot.ca/2...ns-can-be.html

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Old 02-05-2015, 08:53 PM   #2
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plenty of reptilian DNA floating around in interstellar space.
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Old 02-05-2015, 09:12 PM   #3
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Well if its all random chance, anything is possible.

Eventually a room full of immortal monkeys will come up with the works of Shakespeare.

Infinite monkey theorem
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Old 02-05-2015, 09:22 PM   #4
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Here is a few articles about NASA discoveries of potential Earth Like worlds. Its also worth noting that Kepler does not find one or two but hundreds. In February this year, it provided data of 733 new worlds I think, obviously it will take scientists time to process the data. So who knows what is going to be discovered in terms of habitual worlds.

NASA: ALIENS and NEW EARTHS will be ours inside 20 years
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/07...thin_20_years/

Mystery 'noise' could be an Earth-like world: Strange signals suggest habitable planet exists 22 light years away.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...ears-away.html

Kepler Has Discovered 1,000 Alien Worlds
http://news.discovery.com/space/alie...lds-150107.htm

2 New Exoplanets More Like Earth Than Any Others
http://news.discovery.com/space/alie...yet-140106.htm

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Old 02-05-2015, 09:25 PM   #5
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Well if its all random chance, anything is possible.

Eventually a room full of immortal monkeys will come up with the works of Shakespeare.

65 million years ago a comet hit Earth, by chance, and wiped out the
dinosaurs, gigatones of biomass was blasted into space on a journey to seed the Galaxy with life.
This is the way its always been done.

"...It is Pure Chance that rules the Universe...."


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Old 02-05-2015, 09:27 PM   #6
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Hmmmm possible.... but I don't think dinosaurs were particularly known for their societies.

At least with apes and monkeys they create rudimentary societies.... even at the crude animal level.

Don't quite see what kind of world a bunch of smart dinosaurs could create....

Possible, but I see limited reasons to believe that a dinosaur based civilisation would actually work.

Still, if anyone actually has a logic based case I would be happy to be swayed by it.

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Old 02-05-2015, 09:42 PM   #7
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65 million years ago a comet hit Earth, by chance, and wiped out the
dinosaurs, gigatones of biomass was blasted into space on a journey to seed the Galaxy with life.
This is the way its always been done.

"...It is Pure Chance that rules the Universe...."


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Speculation as opposed to intelligent design.

Choose your belief.
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Old 02-05-2015, 09:47 PM   #8
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"...It is Pure Chance that rules the Universe...."


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No. It's logarithms.

Not random but ordered and repeatable sequences of numbers which dictate many of the growth factors observed on Earth.

People talk of the sacred spiral which seems to pervade nature.....

A spiral is a logarathmically created shape.

Therefore we can even boil the magic spiral down to logarithms.

Therefore God is a precise and talented mathematician and there is no chance involved.

'God does not play dice' Albert Einstein.

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Old 02-05-2015, 09:50 PM   #9
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The stuff on the dinosaurs being wiped out by an asteroid is currently held in doubt by a team of scientists recently.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/tvradio/prog..._summary.shtml
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Old 02-05-2015, 09:56 PM   #10
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The stuff on the dinosaurs being wiped out by an asteroid is currently held in doubt by a team of scientists recently.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/tvradio/prog..._summary.shtml

doesnt matter what wiped them out, Earth has always been a target for asteroid/comet impacts and resulting mass extinctions.


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Old 02-05-2015, 09:58 PM   #11
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Very interesting article. Like Wow! Holy Shit!!

So scientists are implying that no matter how remote, the Dinosaurs could have survived either elsewhere in our solar system or in other star systems???

Dinosaur Asteroid May Have Sent Life Into Space
http://www.history.com/news/dinosaur...ife-into-space

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The new study holds that the Chicxulub impact also launched 70 billion kilograms of rock into space, of which researchers say 20,000 kilograms could have traveled as far as Europa. They estimate that there’s a better than 50-50 chance that a rock big enough to shelter life arrived at Jupiter’s icy moon. As for the Red Planet, Worth told BBC News that “I’d be surprised if life hasn’t gotten to Mars.” If extraterrestrial life is discovered on the planets or their moons in future, she and her colleagues argue, its roots may have to be traced back to Earth, as “any life found there cannot be assumed to be of independent origin."

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Old 02-05-2015, 10:02 PM   #12
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No. It's logarithms.


so where does chaos theory fit in with your logarithmic universe?

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How many human planets do you think there are out there? I bet there's plenty.

I was meditating last night...well, I was tripping out stoned in the 4th dimension. And I asked a question. I asked how many human planets there were in the galaxy at this point in time. The answer came back as 38 million.

Probably bollocks or feedback from something else..... but who knows what the rough number might be.

Basically adding up all the galaxies out there, there are probably billions upon billions of human inhabited planets in the universe.

Likely there probably are dinosaur planets too to be honest......Still, they stuck around for a long time and didn't seem to get anywhere........The asteroid which destroyed them was just innevitable after all that time spent floating through space and not evolving.

Also, the dinosaurs only existed because Earth used to be a far more oxygen rich world..... In an oxygen rich world giant creatures would be common. But I think giganticism is actually an evolutionary drawback and dead-end.

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Very interesting article. Like Wow! Holy Shit!!

its called panspermia.

panspermia.org


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Old 02-05-2015, 10:07 PM   #15
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I've come to the conclusion that the Reptilians staged their own deaths!

It was Alex Collier whom said very recently at a new Camelot conference that very soon we will be exploring the solar system and think we are living in a SCI-FI movie with Warp Drive technologies and the existence of ET life.

He also mentioned that we will be discovering that the dinosaurs also existed in other parts of our solar system such as Mars. We will find the fossils of the dinosaurs in other worlds in our solar system.

Based on the information he was told by his Andromeda contacts.

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How many human planets do you think there are out there? I bet there's plenty.

I was meditating last night...well, I was tripping out stoned in the 4th dimension. And I asked a question. I asked how many human planets there were in the galaxy. The answer came back as 38 million.

Probably bollocks or feedback from something else..... but who knows what the rough number might be.


divination is a chaotic process.


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so where does chaos theory fit in with your logarithmic universe?

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Chaos theory is a total misnomer.

They do that. They name things the opposite to what they are as an 'anti-truth' to fool people.

Chaos theory is actually all about order.
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I.... We will find the fossils of the dinosaurs in other parts of our solar system....


it would be very cool if they found one on Mars. controversialy some say they've found them inside meteorites here on Earth that originated on Mars.


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I totally agree with you there.... That's why I said it was probably bollocks.
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Chaos theory is a total misnomer.

They do that. They name things the opposite to what they are as an 'anti-truth' to fool people.

Chaos theory is actually all about order.


yes, order from chaos, otherwise i would not be here talking to you now.






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