Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'space'.
Found 3 results
This sounds exciting to watch but would likely set off something huge in the media and possibly a mass scare/fear in some areas around the world especially in areas that do not get much news and so not know it's a hoax. Certainly going to be interesting though. http://uk.news.yahoo.com/-alien-invasion--to-launch-in-april---but--ufos--will-be-glowing-drones-piloted-by-hoaxers-084204169.html#1tDDf4z - Yahoo news. Read some other information on this project or experiment: http://ufosightingshotspot.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/world-wide-false-flag-ufo-event-planned.html This is a quite concern at what could happen during the event, and shouldn't be taken lightly, especially when a statement like this is made and the intentions they have (the organizers of event) My idea with this interesting experiment is it is a psychological reactive experiment - to find out how people react to such events, but mostly due to and thankfully due to the Internet/media many a word gets around that it is not an attack or invasion from space by other beings but a hoax. What do you think of this and how are people likely to react? should it go ahead or be banned? should the event be allowed only in places that know about it to avoid panic? Tobor.
New Planet Is Earth's Twin 200 Light Years Away The planet, known as KOI-314c, is the same weight as Earth, but much larger and has a surface temperature of 104C. Scientists have stumbled upon a planet considered Earth's 'twin' in another solar system 200 light years away. Known as KOI-314c, the planet is the same weight as Earth, but is 60% larger. The planet is also much hotter than Earth, with scientists estimating its surface temperatures to be around 104C - unsupportive of most life forms on Earth. KOI-314c is suspected to have a thick gaseous atmosphere, making the planet only 30% denser than water. However, despite a similar weight, astronomers said the planet is not considered "Earth-like". "This planet might have the same mass as Earth, but it is certainly not Earth-like," said lead astronomer Dr David Kipping, from the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics in the US. He added: "It proves that there is no clear dividing line between rocky worlds like Earth and fluffier planets like water worlds or gas giants." Scientists made the discovery by accident while searching for moons using the powerful Kepler space telescope. "When we noticed this planet showed transit timing variations, the signature was clearly due to the other planet in the system and not a moon," said Dr Kipping. "At first we were disappointed it wasn't a moon, but then we soon realised it was an extraordinary measurement." Evidence of the new planet was presented at the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Washington DC. http://news.sky.com/story/1191102/new-planet-is-earths-twin-200-light-years-away Might not be our earth but is close to it.Thats good news if something happens here.Just need to get used to hotter temps and other things...