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Human origins on Jupiter's moon system?
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=245930 ^

Posted on 06/17/2013 8:55:11 PM PDT by varmintman

Thunderbolts.info and Red Ice both deal in strange stuff. This may be the strangest thing you'll find on either or both of them any time soon. At least the Red Ice interview seems logically coherent.

http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=12145

http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2013/04/RIR-130421.php

Definitely a different take on human origins...


TOPICS: Astronomy; History; Science
KEYWORDS: cromagnon; davidicke; jupiter; neanderthal; nuttery; sourcetitlenoturl; tedholden; varmintspam

1 posted on 06/17/2013 8:55:11 PM PDT by varmintman
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To: varmintman

Hey, somebody had to post this! :o)
2 posted on 06/17/2013 8:59:15 PM PDT by smoothsailing
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To: varmintman

David Icke...really? I’m still searching for his “reptilians” from Nibiru.


3 posted on 06/17/2013 9:04:25 PM PDT by EEGator
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4 posted on 06/17/2013 9:07:17 PM PDT by JoeProBono (Mille vocibus imago valet;-{)
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To: JoeProBono
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5 posted on 06/17/2013 9:13:24 PM PDT by smoothsailing
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To: varmintman
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are found on nearly all objects in space. Some will form amino acids in the presence of water.

This was news back in 1990.

6 posted on 06/17/2013 9:27:17 PM PDT by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: varmintman

Hmmmm....

I believe we originated here. We are no different than any other prokaryote. We are a community of cells that have a community conscience and work for the survival of the whole.

As far as evolution goes, we are just another ‘form’ that the cells shape themselves around. There is a template for each life form. There have been many. Many have come and gone. Such is life. It never ends, but the shapes change.

Spirituality is another thing. All creatures are part of the mind of God, and listen to God (or spirit gods or ‘nature’ or whatever you want to call it, because it’s all the same).

What GOD gave mankind was the ability not to listen.

Every thing has gone to hell ever since.

If we came from another solar system globe, we evolved much since then.

Everything we are right now is a product of the exact conditions of the Earth and the matter that makes up the Earth. What ever we ‘were’, we are no longer.


7 posted on 06/17/2013 9:29:26 PM PDT by UCANSEE2 (The monsters are due on Maple Street)
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To: JoeProBono

You’ve found them! LOL.


8 posted on 06/17/2013 9:31:27 PM PDT by EEGator
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To: <1/1,000,000th%
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are found on nearly all objects in space. Some will form amino acids in the presence of water.

Here's an asteroid striking a watery planet.


9 posted on 06/17/2013 9:33:51 PM PDT by UCANSEE2 (The monsters are due on Maple Street)
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To: varmintman
This is one of the original species that came from Jupiter's moon. We've come a long way, baby.


10 posted on 06/17/2013 9:38:47 PM PDT by UCANSEE2 (The monsters are due on Maple Street)
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To: varmintman

Professor Corey is posting on FR now?


11 posted on 06/17/2013 10:49:59 PM PDT by publius911 (Look for the Union label, then buy something else.)
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To: <1/1,000,000th%

I have always found it funny they call them polycyclic and aromatic....polyaromatic would suffice but science does love redundancy on occasions.


12 posted on 06/18/2013 12:09:49 AM PDT by aft_lizard
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13 posted on 06/18/2013 5:32:51 AM PDT by JRios1968 (I'm guttery and trashy, with a hint of lemon. - Laz)
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To: varmintman

www.thunderbolts.info is an extremely interesting web site that attempts to make sense of a large and growing body of anomalous astronomic observations. Halton Arp, Edwin Hubbel’s chief assistant, was hounded out of his profession in a witch hunt for observing that there are problems with our notions of stellar “red shift”. Google his book: “Seeing Red”. Without red shift you have no big bang, black hole, dark matter and a host of other band aid computer simulation theories attempting to make sense of phenomena that don’t add up using the standard astrophysical model.

Richard Firestone finds compelling evidence that almost all life in North America was wiped out in the “Younger Dryas Event”, a comet impact only 13,000 or so years ago and runs into a firestorm of denial. The Alvarez team who hypothesized the dinosaur extinction event as due to comet impact were vilified and ridiculed for a number of years. Google “J. Harlan Bretz” or “Bretz Flood” to see how academia handles its heretics.

There is a growing movement in science by “heretics” who don’t find it easy to ignore or suppress observations that don’t fit the standard model. The Climategate scandal is illustrative of a larger corruption in academia based upon departmental turf wars, funding and political correctness.


14 posted on 06/18/2013 7:52:11 AM PDT by Yollopoliuhqui
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To: UCANSEE2

LOL!


15 posted on 06/19/2013 6:42:24 AM PDT by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: aft_lizard

LOL! How about arocyclic?


16 posted on 06/19/2013 6:44:01 AM PDT by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: aft_lizard
I have always found it funny they call them polycyclic and aromatic....polyaromatic would suffice but science does love redundancy on occasions.

They're scientists. They love big words.

After all... "smelly sh*t" just doesn't go well in headlines.

17 posted on 06/19/2013 7:37:26 AM PDT by UCANSEE2 (The monsters are due on Maple Street)
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To: Yollopoliuhqui
I've read enough about this one by now to have an opinion on it. The book in question is around 300 pages and it appears to be targeted at the educated lay persion, i.e. it appears to be academically solid, but is not what I'd call an academic book. The basic ideas are not overly complex and the logic of the thing makes sense.

The book:

http:///www.cosmosincollision.com

18 posted on 08/18/2013 9:00:56 PM PDT by varmintman
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