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 | Category: Astronomy
entry Jul 5 2005, 05:48 PM
Space probes are regularly sent out from earth for specific purposes. They always have a life-span.

After their job is done and the batteries run down, we always read that the space probes drift out of the solar system.

Out??? Why out??

Shouldn't the sun's gravity pull them in?

If the sun attracts all the planets to keep them bound to him, shouldn't the tiny space probes be unable to resist the sun's pull?

But they don't - because the sun doesn't attract!!

Neither are the planets going around the sun! They are travelling in a straight line, only APPEARING to go around the sun!!!

 | Category: Astronomy
entry Jun 30 2005, 04:40 PM
Was there a planet between Mars and Jupiter at some time?
There is far too much circumstantial evidence that there must have been one.

The orbits of the planets have a geometric sequence in terms of distance from the sun. But just after Mars, the distance to Jupiter is TWICE the distance it should have been.

And in the place where there should have been another planet, there IS an orbit. The asteroids follow this orbit. Asteroids are millions of pieces of rock and dust. Is it that they are the remains of a planet that was there, and has blown up?

Were there an advanced species there? Did they get too advanced for their own good?

Did some of them manage to space travel?

Are we their descendants?

Why are we the weakest species on this planet? Why are we so different in all aspects from the other animals on earth?

And being the weakest physically, how come we have evolved way beyond all of them? Logically we should have been the last to evolve...

 
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