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ASTRONOMIA: Novo Planeta Anima a Velha luta entre Copérnico (agora Matrix/DNA) e o Modêlo Geocentrico das Universidades no Séc. XV

quinta-feira, janeiro 10th, 2013

ZME Science

Most earth-like planet detected orbiting sun-like star: extraterrestrial life likely

Planet KOI 172.02 ( Kepler Object of Interest) Compared to Earth

Planet KOI 172.02 ( Kepler Object of Interest) Compared to Earth

Unglamorously named KOI 172.02 (Kepler Object of Interest), the planet is some 50% larger than Earth, orbiting its star on an orbit which would make its surface habitable. Well, to be more precise, it has a 242-day long year instead of our 365.25 day, and its mass rather makes it a super-Earth than an Earth, but the differences are small when put into the larger picture.

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TheMatrixDNA1:47 PM – Jan – 10 – 2013

It is arriving the time when the modern big conflict inside Astronomy will be solved: which is the right cosmological model? The Physics based model of current official Astronomy or the Biological based model of Matrix/DNA Theory? Remember that once time Copernicus was alone with his model against the academic establishment. More proved data about these different shapes of astronomical bodies that we are discovering day after day will be the final judge. The problem for Matrix/DNA interpreting this few initial data is about the question about the age of this system, for knowing which from two methods nature used for this star formation. If it is an old system (generated by symbiosis) the star must be turning cooler and the planet hotter (there is transference of energy from the star to the planet), bigger, with less weight. The planet must be getting more giants volcanoes, which eruptions will make it seems a pulsar, and he must go far away from the star orbit, for becoming a star itself. If he was able to produce life, it must be a older life than Earth, becoming non-habitable, its population more evolved than humans must be re-located to other place. Bit, if this systems is a modern one, its formation was by the method of replication, self-recycling from a died system. We have not calculated the development of such modern systems yet.