*cracks knuckles* Alright, fuck it.

First, it is important to define "extraterrestrial life" and "visited". If you define "extraterrestrial life" as a microbe, and "visited" as something as simple as a meteor hitting Earth... well, then, yea. There's a chance we've been visited.

But... I don't think that's what you meant. What I think you meant is a species, other than...
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agy:
Thank you for linking this in the Aliens group. Wonderful read… you have good insight into your ideas. Please feel free to cross post your journal posts in the group, if you want. :)

Black holes. The name carries an ominous tone, and rightfully so.

It is assumed, on good evidence, that a black hole is the remnant...the corpse...of a massive star (over 25 times more massive than our sun, at least). Only the mightiest of stars end with such a fate. After these stars burn through all of their fuel, from hydrogen to helium all the
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lidryem:
omg!

In the field of astronomy, we are bombarded with weird phenomenon that completely push the limits of what we perceive as possible. Almost every single astronomical discovery you have heard of started out with an astronomer saying, "What the fuck is this?!" Tabitha's Star is no exception.

To clarify, I did not take any of these pictures. The image above is the only actual
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physx:
@camy It has been and shall continue to be a subject of immense interest to me.  Erich von Daniken wrote one hell of a book, didn't he?  The entire first, super interesting, series of the 'Ancient Aliens' show was founded almost entirely on von Daniken's work.  I truly enjoy pushing my imagination and approaching bizarre situations with a scientific frame of reference.  I shall have to check out the 'Unacknowledged' documentary you mentioned, and thank you for the recommendation!  Perhaps it will inspire my next blog!
camy:
Do watch it, my only deception about it was knowing we are so left behind in the evolution and progress because of the greed of the human being. 

My name is Eric Cooper, and I am a nerd. You'll get used to it. I love science, and astronomy in particular. I also love ravishingly beautiful tattooed women. In an attempt to merge my two passions, I thought it would be a clever idea to mesmerize the masses with some cosmic beauty.

Each week (or so), I'll upload a new image I...
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camy:
Man, you amazed me. Really looking forward for your new posts, it's a class I wouldnt miss it, for sure! And be welcome here! I hope you like it! 
foxysue:
Beautiful