Wednesday, October 8, 2008

No Blogging 'till Tuesday

Hey everyone, I'm off to Seattle tomorrow for my high school reunion. I'll back with some new stuff hopefully Tuesday or Wednesday. Have a great weekend!

Mike

3 comments:

Marvin Jones said...

Richard, for what it is worth--and it may not be worth much--the photo above the title looks like the Superman shield.

Sphinx said...

Hi Mike!

Just yesterday when I surfing to esa website I asked myself how come Richard did not come with more info regarding the Stein "asteroid". With this idea in my head I enter on Richard website and K BOOM! Richard have posted an article about Stein:

"Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are.
Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky."

Here is a link of the Richard article:

http://www.enterprisemission.com/Rosetta/Rosetta-analysis-test.htm


Strange is that many things that I spotted, like the analogy between Stein and Iapetus, and this is just one example, Richard spotted to, and Thanks God, he discover many, many more strange and almost unbelievable things.

Regarding Stein, I believe, beyond any doubts, that is actually a space ship and to be more precise, like Richard also pointed out, a <<"city-sized" rescue craft>>.

But I have another theory regarding the Stein "manufacture".

I believe that at first Stein was an asteroid. A rock. A big boulder in the sky.

If you are an advanced civilization, with unimaginable knowledge of science & technology and decide to build a "city-sized" ship I think is cheaper, smarter, economical and reasonable to build one inside an asteroid.

Can you imagine the size of the maintenance team that have in charge the surface of the Stein?

I think they drill and excavate Stein's interior to fit the purpose of the "city-sized" rescue ship.

That's why we see a shiny Stein from one side, due to the "shirt" that they "dressed" the asteroid, and a rocky boulder full of craters on the other side. That is the damaged side of the ship. That's why looks like a common boulder on that particular side. It is a boulder! All the material that covered the former asteroid is missing. Lost.

Don't get my wrong! There are craters and "craters". I agree with Richard's theory about those "craters" that are on the surface of the Stein who are so symmetrically arranged. They have been created.

On my opinion the same theory can be apply on Iapetus to.

Another interesting news is from Earth.

I spot this info from newscientist website. Is about Candidatus Desulforudis Audaxviator.


"A bug discovered deep in a goldmine and nicknamed "the bold traveler" has got astrobiologists buzzing with excitement. Its unique ability to live in complete isolation of any other living species suggests it could be the key to life on other planets."

"Chivian's analysis shows that D. audaxviator gets its energy from the radioactive decay of uranium in the surrounding rocks. It has genes to extract carbon from dissolved carbon dioxide and other genes to fix nitrogen, which comes from the surrounding rocks."

"Chris McKay, of NASA's Ames Research Center says that D. audaxviator is an amazing discovery, and represents the kind or organism that could survive below the surface of Mars or Saturn's sixth largest moon Enceladus."

"It can't handle oxygen," he says. This suggests it has not been exposed to pure oxygen for a long time. The water in which D. audaxviator lives has not seen the light of day in over 3 million years, and this could be an indication of how old the species is."

Quite interesting.

And speaking of Enceladus...there are some logical explication about that ice jets explosion happened on 24 March 2006?

Because as far that I know, Enceladus reject almost all the heat that receive from the sun due to his ice's surface....so what can trigger that explosion?

Sphinx said...

My bad...

I forgot to put the link to the article regarding the D. audaxviator

Here it is:

http://environment.newscientist.com/article/dn14906-goldmine-bug-dna-may-be-key-to-alien-life.html?DCMP=ILC-hmts&nsref=news6_head_dn14906