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HERE is HOW to REALLY look for life outside Earth! Relativity 101!

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Time’s relative.

Modern Engineering and Technology – Whether it’s in GPS Systems to Space based communications – all rely on Einstein’s Theory of Relativity as a simple fact.

Whether it’s the error GPS programs have to account for in satellite communication based on relativity’s effects. Or it’s astronomic calculations of objects in space. Relativity is everywhere.

The Theory Of Relativity is decidedly NOT a Theory.

They just call it a theory because somewhere along the lines they forgot to rename it in their rush to keep up with the technological innovations the discovery of the theory made possible.

As astronomers leverage relativity to research chemical compounds and planetary structure of objects across the universe, they are missing some rather glaringly obvious – and substantially easier locations to look for and detect life – based on relativistic effects.

Here’s a few:

  1. Mercury

    Mercury’s year is 88 earth based days in length. Mercury’s average temperature is 332 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Clearly not capable of sustaining humanoid life as we know it.

    Or is it?

    Apply relativity – and SLOW down the Mercury year to that of an Earth based year.

    That will give you
    365.25/88 = 4.1505681818181818181818181818182

    Put in English – for every day on Mercury you have 4.15 earth days.

    But if you slowed Mercury’s orbit, you would wind up LOWERING Mercury’s temperature by the same amount:

    332F Average Daily Temperature / 4.1505681818181818181818181818182

    What that means is: If you could slow time by about 1/4.15 the pace it’s going at, you could actually sit on Mercury’s surface and enjoy a nice 80 degree Fahrenheit day.

    So the real question is: HOW do we look for life where time moves at that rate of speed?

    I would suspect if we were to visually record Mercury for a few days – at a VERY high frame rate and VERY HIGH resolution – say 250+ frames per second – and maybe pinpointing ‘key feature spots’ – and then we later replayed those same frames at 24.093086926762491444216290212184% the speed of the original – we would quite likely discover direct evidence of the existence of life as we know it on this planet.

  2. Pulsars

    A pulsar (short for pulsating radio star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation.

    First and foremost, astronomers are going to have to come to terms that if you ‘slowed down’ a star – in time – you might be able to walk on it’s surface.

    Why is that? Heat. And temperature in general, is a measure of the transfer of energy from one surface to another over a finite period of time. IF you slow down time. You slow down this transfer rate. And thus you cool down that surface.

    This makes it QUITE possible that stars contain life.

    Now Pulsars clearly exhibit a high transfer rate of heat energy to the surrounding space.

    So if you slow down time leveraging relativity.

    You slow down that transfer rate.

    But what happens if you slow down that transfer rate?

    You slow down the speed of a burst of radio communication.

    My theory is that many stars – particularly those which create ‘bursts’ of electromagnetic and radio communication – contain life life.

    How can you tell?

    Record a pulsar with ultra high resolution radio and electromagnetic recording equipment which captures as much information as possible over the FM, AM, VHF and UHF frequencies.

    Then SLOW down the playback. at 1% of the original speed.

    And listen.

    SLOW it down more.

    At 1% of the last measurement.

    And listen.

    TRY to dial into specific frequencies. 97.9 FM being a personal favorite

    SLOW down the recording.

    AND listen.

    My bet is. You’re going to prove Einstein right again and find there’s life on them there pulsars and those ‘random’ bursts are far from random, they are just ultra fast civilizations coming and going in the blink of an eye.

    And you’ll be able to hear what’s goin on with them!

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