Welcome back, Astralwalker! It has been a long time of my worry. It seems the evil conspirators of the Dark Side has not assassinated you.Astralwalker wrote:Its too late to do some major difference. Anything that proof this statement wrong is most welcomed.
How could we get aware of the gamma ray explosion in the centre of Milky Way if we could not see it? If it has not got here, it still could not be seen (detected). If it (has) already got here, it surely passed out. If it is about to get here, we have to be able to see the centre is/was about to explode in the past, but how could we see inside the workings of the gigantic black hole then? This is a very obscure thing to me. Would you focus on this part of the truth and explain? There is another obscure thing beside the ones in your post: why do you want desperately to destroy the world in theory? Maybe I ask too much from you, so I voluntarily clear up the latter somewhat to spare your time:Astralwalker wrote:Since we are aware that gamma bust occurred around 26 thousand years ago in the center of the Milky Way,
This statement seems a discouragement, and that may mean you won't respond again, however, I inform you your answer has not served its purpose in case it was to convince me. And if its purpose was to make a show of a due response, I reserve the right to reject the show as a response. I have had enough show and legerdemain anyway.astralwalker wrote:That’s all the time I can dedicate to you my friend. I hope it will serve its purpose.
Infrared, Gamma ray, visible light, radio wave, are all the same. You have presented the same incredible thing in other words. So I ask you again: how could we detect the Gamma explosion if neither the gamma ray nor the infrared light cannot arrive before one? But seeing how busy you are, I answer my question instead of you. There is no way to detect such a gamma 'Superwave'. There is no way to detect the dark matter as well (I have read the 'scientific' article you recommended), because the very meaning of the so called dark matter is it cannot be detected any way. The concept of the dark matter was invented to cosmeticise astrophysical theories.astralwalker wrote:In other words it takes 26 000 years for the light to reach our planet. That does not apply for infrared observation.
I hope you are not threatening me here.astralwalker wrote:Take care,
Csabi_B wrote:Beastguy, you funbreaker!!!
kobe5150 wrote:I am 36 years old and have never met anyone who has seen or has interest in what is out there on 2012. I have that day off. Thank goodness because i hope that I was right......something will happen when the universe aligns. Day ja vuuuuu. I have heard all this before!!!!!And I dont want to be at work. Cause I work with some crazy homies that wont take kindley to me saying......I SAW THIS $%^& ON HISTORY CHANNEL!!!!!!!Other than that the clock ticks....PEACE TO ALL!!!
Bob137 wrote:You know that if there is a large scale catastrophe, where a few humans are left to survive, no matter who, or where they are, it will take civilization back to being non civilized, and these few will have to become hunter gatherers, such as was prior to current civilization from the last 10,000 years. One good thing about that is the hunter gatherers supposedly lasted over 100,000 years without hardly any type of wars, or social declines such as has been the case during our current situation of civilization! So maybe it was a sort of a paradise back then, closer to the earth, and nature, and utilizing only what is needed, not needing greed of material things to survive! I know our current civilization has made great progress on many fronts, but also has declined to such destruction that the balance is lop sided towards all out WWIII, which is not attractive at all considering nuclear war could devastate our planet where there could be not even one human surviving, but if some ET's save a few and take them far away from this planet to survive, then start another earth like planet somewhere else, and when our earth recovers, they could bring some back to start all over again.
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