RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

January 21, 2016

End-Stage Quasar

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 2:32 pm

This quasar is in the process of discombobulating.  Its matter is being ejected to speeds which will carry the atoms to the cosmic sector, the other half of the universe.  Therefore this observation is completely in accord with the Reciprocal System.

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January 6, 2016

Globular Clusters as Hosts for Inhabited Planets???

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 12:55 pm

No!  Actually, globular clusters are young, not old.  The conventional theory is dead wrong.  The search for extraterrestrial life should be focused on stars and planets in our Galaxy inward from us toward the nucleus.  From Dewey B. Larson’s The Universe of Motion, p. 102:

“In today’s science fiction, where life in other worlds is a favorite motif, the habitations of the alien civilizations are identified with familiar names, for reasons that are understandable. The thrilling action that the authors of these works describe takes place on planets that circle Sirius, or Arcturus, or some
other well-known star. But according to our findings, few, if any, of these
familiar stars are capable of having a habitable planet in orbit, and are also old
enough to have developed complex forms of life. Sirius, for instance, has a
white dwarf companion instead of a planetary system. Arcturus is a young
Class C star. The astronomers do not make the mistake of identifying the
environments of these stars as the abode of life, but they avoid it by making a
different mistake. In selecting the target of their first systematic attempt at
interplanetary communication (1974) they were misled by their current view of
the evolutionary direction of the stars. This initial effort was directed at the
globular cluster M 13, on the assumption that it is a very old structure in which
the processes that lead to life have had ample time in which to operate. We
now find that the globular clusters are relatively young structures which, aside
from a few stray stars that have been picked up from the environment, are
composed entirely of Class 1 stars. These cluster stars have not been through
the explosion process, and therefore have no planetary companions at all.”

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