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|Image from the 2008 Dr Who episode entitled, The Stolen Earth|
Do you remember that one episode of Dr. Who where the Earth gets transported across the universe to a completely different region of space? This episode consisted of some fairly spectacular imagery, as do many science fiction productions. But what if by some chance, this particular episode communicated a certain reality of the true possibilities of the history of our own solar system?
Science fiction has a way of capturing our imagination and presenting alternative versions of reality in a way that is safe and palatable for most audiences. As we may have seen, it is not easy for some to step out of the world of the familiar and to imagine life under completely different circumstances. However, some may still be unaware of the way in which science fiction has been used to subtly disclose true information to audiences who did not even realize they were being told partial truths.
According to numerous whistleblowers and researchers, comic books, science fiction novels and movies have all been used to disclose very real projects and technology which the general public has not been allowed to openly observe.
According to whistleblower testimony, there have been many more technological developments on the planet and in space than any of us have been made privy to. There has been construction of deep underground military bases, atmospheric platforms used as aircraft carriers for advanced aircraft, and advanced space stations which exist both on planets/planetoids around the solar system as well is in orbit around these bodies.
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Various military industrial groups have even developed what we might call UFO programs, according to reports. Within these programs, it has been reported that alien craft acquired from crashes were reverse engineered in order to assist in the development of advance military avionics. Due to these developments, various groups including the U.S. Air Force, Navy and various military establishments from around the planet have been able to explore and develop breakaway civilizations outside the Earth's atmosphere.
These breakaway civilizations are alleged to operate completely independently from the general Earth civilization. However, it has been reported that trillions of dollars have been funneled into these programs. Though the entirety of these allegations have not been fully proven, we do have proof that trillions of dollars from the U.S. economy have been lost and left completely unaccounted for.
As advanced as the various technologies of the breakaway Earth civilizations are reported to have been, these do not even begin to compare with some of the possibilities of technological development in our universe.
As we may realize, the capacity for technological development of a species is directly related to the ability of that species to efficiently produce energy. In fact, this capacity for efficient energetic production and consumption can very well determine the level of advancement of a civilization. For more of these details, we turn to the website Futurism.com and the studies of the late Dr. Nikolai Kardashev. The article covers the topic of the well-known Kardashev scale.
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First, it is important to note that the human race is not even on this scale yet. Since we still sustain our energy needs from dead plants and animals, here on Earth, we are a lowly Type 0 civilization (and we have a LONG way to go before being promoted to a type I civilization). Kaku tends to believe that, all things taken into consideration, we will reach Type I in 100 – 200 years time. But what does each of these categories actually stand for in literal terms?
A Type I designation is a given to species who have been able to harness all the energy that is available from a neighboring star, gathering and storing it to meet the energy demands of a growing population. This means that we would need to boost our current energy production over 100,000 times to reach this status. However, being able to harness all Earth’s energy would also mean that we could have control over all natural forces. Human beings could control volcanoes, the weather, and even earthquakes! (At least, that is the idea.) These kinds of feats are hard to believe, but compared to the advances that may still be to come, these are just basic and primitive levels of control (it’s absolutely nothing compared to the capabilities of societies with higher rankings).
The next step up – a Type II civilization – can harness the power of their entire star (not merely transforming starlight into energy, but controlling the star). Several methods for this have been proposed. The most popular of which is the hypothetical ‘Dyson Sphere.’ This device, if you want to call it that, would encompass every single inch of the star, gathering most (if not all) of its energy output and transferring it to a planet for later use. Alternatively, if fusion power (the mechanism that powers stars) had been mastered by the race, a reactor on a truly immense scale could be used to satisfy their needs. Nearby gas giants can be utilized for their hydrogen, slowly drained of life by an orbiting reactor.
What would this much energy mean for a species? Well, nothing known to science could wipe out a Type II civilization. Take, for instance, if humans survived long enough to reach this status, and a moon sized object entered our solar system on a collision course with our little blue planet–we’d have the ability to vaporize it out of existence. Or if we had time, we could move our planet out of the way, completely dodging it. But let’s say we didn’t want to move Earth… are there any other options? Well yes, because we’d have the capability to move Jupiter, or another planet of our choice, into the way – pretty cool, right?A Cyborg (Credit: Justin Lee)
So we’ve gone from having control over a planet, to a star, which has resulted in us harboring enough “disposable” energy to essentially make our civilization immune to extinction. But now, onto Type III, where a species then becomes galactic traversers with knowledge of everything having to do with energy, resulting in them becoming a master race. In terms of humans, hundreds of thousands of years of evolution – both biological and mechanical – may result in the inhabitants of this type III civilization being incredibly different from the human race as we know it. These may be cyborgs (or cybernetic organism, beings both biological and robotic), with the descendants of regular humans being a sub-species among the now-highly advanced society. These wholly biological humans would likely be seen as being disabled, inferior, or unevolved by their cybernetic counterparts.
At this stage, we would have developed colonies of robots that are capable of ‘self replication’; their population may increase into the millions as they spread out across the galaxy, colonizing star after star. And these being might build Dyson Spheres to encapsulate each one, creating a huge network that would carry energy back to the home planet. But stretching over the galaxy in such a manner would face several problems; namely, the species would be constrained by the laws of physics. Particularly, light-speed travel. That is, unless they develop a working warp drive, or use that immaculate energy cache to master wormhole teleportation (two things that remain theoretical for the time being), they can only get so far.An artist rendering of such a civilization (Credit: Sid Meier’s Civilization IV)
Kardashev believed a Type IV civilization was ‘too’ advanced and didn’t go beyond Type III on his scale. He thought that, surely, this would be the extent of any species’ ability. Many think so, but a few believe there is a further level that could be achieved. (I mean, surely there is a limit?) Type IV civilizations would almost be able to harness the energy content of the entire universe and with that, they could traverse the accelerating expansion of space (furthermore, advance races of these species may live inside supermassive black holes). To previous methods of generating energy, these kinds of feats are considered impossible. A Type IV civilization would need to tap into energy sources unknown to us using strange, or currently unknown, laws of physics.
Type V. Yes, Type V might just be the next possible advancement to such a civilization. Here beings would be like gods, having the knowledge to manipulate the universe as they please. Now, as I said, humans are a very, very long way from ever reaching anything like this. But it’s not to say that it cannot be achieved as long as we take care of Earth and each other. To do so, the first step is to preserve our tiny home, extinguish war, and continue to support scientific advances and discoveries.
We can see here that even in the early 1960s, scientists were considering the possibilities of technological development in space. Even though the United States never openly attempted such imaginative possibilities, the thinkers and problems-solvers of other countries were busy preparing for future endeavors in space.
It was interesting to see the point made about the fact that humanity has not yet developed far enough technologically to register on this scale. Though according to testimony, various organizations and black projects have made significant developments far beyond those available to the general population, even these advanced developments still do not compare with the examples described on the list above. However, with regard to the supposed need to burn fossil fuels, petroleum-dependent technology is reported to be completely obsolete.
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According to reports, humanity absolutely has the ability to use free energy and solar energy in ways that would completely eliminate the need to burn dead things. It is just a matter of getting the energy industry out of the way, and then distributing and implementing this technology for the world to benefit from.
Let's consider the possibility that either Earth humanity or some other civilization could achieve a level beyond that of a Type I civilization.
If this civilization lived in our solar system either at present or at some point in the past, this may change our view of solar systemic history in extreme ways. The way in which we viewed history and science would have to change completely. No longer would we be considering life as the product of natural processes alone. We would need to consider the implications of being a race of beings that were partially affected—or even partially created—by more advanced beings.
No longer would we simply view our solar system as the product of natural cosmic processes. We would need to consider the possibility that we were living in a partially artificial construct of a galaxy. Just as our immediate surroundings are a combination of both natural and artificial components and structures—houses, buildings, trees and animals—our solar system, galaxy, and even our universe may consist of that which is both organically developed and that which is artificially constructed.
Now we come to this notion from the Dr. Who series that a planet can be transported from one location in the universe to another using advanced, energy-harnessing technology. From this sci-fi representation we may simply see an imaginative story. However, what if this story were not just mere entertainment? What if it were a partial disclosure in disguise?
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|The Kepler-11 system has a sun-like star with six orbiting planets.Credit: Tim Pyle/NASA|
Published: January 16, 2018
By: Elizabeth Howell
Our solar system may be an oddball in the universe. A new study using data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope shows that in most cases, exoplanets orbiting the same star have similar sizes and regular spacing between their orbits.
By contrast, our own solar system has a range of planetary sizes and distances between neighbors. The smallest planet, Mercury, is about one-third the size of Earth — and the biggest planet, Jupiter, is roughly 11 times the diameter of Earth. There also are very different spacings between individual planets, particularly the inner planets.
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This means our solar system may have formed differently than other solar systems did, the research team suggested, although more observations are needed to learn what the different mechanisms were. [The Most Intriguing Alien Planet Discoveries of 2017]
"The planets in a system tend to be the same size and regularly spaced, like peas in a pod. These patterns would not occur if the planet sizes or spacings were drawn at random," Lauren Weiss, the study's lead author and an astrophysicist at the University of Montreal, said in a statement.
The research team examined 355 stars that had a total of 909 planets, which periodically transit across their faces (as seen from Earth). The planets are between 1,000 and 4,000 light-years away from Earth.
After running a statistical analysis, the team found that a system with a small planet would tend to have other small planets nearby — and vice-versa, with big planets tending to have big neighbors. These extrasolar systems also had regular orbital spacing between the planets.
"The similar sizes and orbital spacing of planets have implications for how most planetary systems form," researchers said in the statement. "In classic planet-formation theory, planets form in the protoplanetary disk that surrounds a newly formed star. The planets might form in compact configurations with similar sizes and a regular orbital spacing, in a manner similar to the newly observed pattern in exoplanetary systems."
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In our own solar system, however, the story is very different. The four terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) are very widely spaced apart. The team pointed to evidence from other research that Jupiter and Saturn may have disrupted the structure of the young solar system. While the statement did not specify how, several other research studies have examined the movements of these giant planets and their potential impact on the solar system.
Each of the exoplanets examined in the study was originally found by Kepler, which launched in 2009 and continues to send data today. But more-detailed information was obtained with the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii; Weiss is a member of the California-Kepler Survey team there, which is examining the light signatures of thousands of planets discovered by Kepler.
Weiss said she plans a follow-up study at Keck to look for Jupiter-like planets in multiplanet systems. The aim is to better understand if the presence of a Jupiter-size planet would alter the position of other planets in the same system.
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