April 9, 2009
http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/08/ ... 99429.html
"it is easy to grow crazy"
April 9, 2009
Pretty amazing stuff, thats for sure. I just returned a Netflix documentry about the Hubble Telescope, narrated by Leonardo De Capriro. It was a IMAX theater production and even on our Hi Definition TV it was awsome, can't imagine seeing it at the IMAX.
Point being these scientists have made such amazing discoveries about deep space that are so mindboggling to hear, this 2 moon idea could be true. The hubble telescope may be one of the greatest inventions of science and man ever. It took such unbelievable pictures of the insides of galaxies, the stars and colors, you would swear were not real, but computer made by a vivid imagination. Estimates of winds 5 million miles per hour, distances accross each of these galaxies hundreds or thousands of light years. Things we just can not even fathom in magnitude or size, and the estimated number of galaxies in the universe is staggering. The concept of 2 moons at one time for earth is definatly believable. Our neighboring planets, many have several moons.
I highly recommend seeing the Hubble documentry, its only about 45 minutes, but leaves you just saying "Wow". How they figured out all the sizes and numbers, the how many's, the how far apart's, way way beyond me.
Makes you realize its all so far away, so far out of reach, man from this planet will ever reach it. We will never reached the closest star only 4 light years away. How did we end up the one out of so many galaxies, that has a single planet earth to support life? What are we doing to this earth of ours, with our wonderful inventions, that have made so many of earth creatures extinct in the last century? We have no place to go when we screw this planet up for good, and its not real far from happening. Earth better wake up, and do it quick.
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