Posted: Apr 26, 2018 7:00 pm
by Calilasseia
newolder wrote:
dreamland1119 wrote:...
I think: the constellation is not related to objects outside the solar system

All stars, with the exception of Sol, are "outside the solar system".

I was recently studying the connection between the constellation and the solar system. Maybe there is an answer after six months

To which constellation do you refer?

Here's a nice new one that was made about 100 million years ago:

Funny you should have hit upon the Pleiades, because back in the old RDF days, we had a fun guy called GeoLaureate8 who claimed to be in contact with extra-terrestrials hailing from this very constellation. The fact that this constellation is too young to have acquired habitable planets orbiting its stars, was just one of many inconvenient facts he tried to hand-wave away. Along with the fact that the naked-eye visible stars are hot Class B stars, which will go supernova in about 20 million years' time, and in doing so, destroy even any protocell lifeforms that emerge on any planets nearby, let alone anything more advanced, which would take far longer than 20 million years to emerge anyway. He was also an Icke devotee, as if this really needed saying ...