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ʻOumuamua Anyone?
BlackCat
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RE: ʻOumuamua Anyone?
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I was looking at this gif yesterday.

[Image: days_on_different_planets_01.gif]

Weird how Earth, Mars, Saturn and Neptune are related because of their common tilt and nearly identical day periods.

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https://www.vice.com/en/article/qjpwzp/h...us-in-2017

Harvard’s Top Astronomer Believes Aliens Tried to Contact Us in 2017

In his new book, Dr. Avi Loeb argues ‘Oumuamua, which passed by Earth in 2017, wasn’t a comet but rather alien technology.



Quote:You may remember in 2017 when a bizarre, blunt-shaped object came whizzing our way in space.

It measured approximately half a mile in length and was moving at an irregular pace, getting alien watchers excited.

The vast majority of scientists who have studied the object have said ‘Oumuamua, was a natural phenomenon, but the head of Harvard's Astronomy department just published a book in which he says he believes the giant object was alien in origin.

In his book, Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth, Dr. Avi Loeb lays out in 240 pages exactly why he believes the object from 2017 was an intergalactic attempt to contact Earth.

“The most exciting aspect of the possibility that 'Oumuamua is weird and unlike any asteroid or comet that we had seen before is that it might be a product of an alien technology,” Loeb told Motherboard in an email.

“If so, we might not be the ‘sharpest cookie in the jar’ or ‘the smartest kid on the block.’

We should search for additional interstellar objects to find out.”

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Ms Johanna Strange
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I don't know if anyone else linked this.




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BlackCat
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Post: #64
RE: ʻOumuamua Anyone?
Ms Johanna Strange  Wrote: (01-25-2021 07:13 PM)
I don't know if anyone else linked this.




I'll have to carve out some free time to watch this.

Quote:“My point is that it is very difficult to explain the weird properties of `Oumuamua with conventional natural processes, so studying objects of its type in the future will either educate us about an unusual natural source or about another civilization,” Loeb said. “Let’s collect evidence and not rely on prejudice.”

The book will be available to the public on Jan. 26.

I'm going to buy his book.

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