I knew the time was coming soon when they would say they discovered a planet like earth, and now that time is here. Going over an article about the “discovery,” I found some interesting things. You might be shocked at what I found.
Kepler Confirms Its First Planet In Habitable Zone
Quote: NASA’s Kepler mission has confirmed its first planet in the “habitable zone,” the region where liquid water could exist on a planet’s surface.
The habitable zone, the region where liquid water COULD exits…. And then you need to know how reliable their methods are for determining that (the COULD).
Quote: Scientists don’t yet know if Kepler-22b has a predominantly rocky, gaseous or liquid composition, but its discovery is a step closer to finding Earth-like planets.
So, they don’t know if the “planet” is habitable, but that is not at all what everyone has made it out to be. NASA and all media either said or implied “a new earth.”
Quote: “This is a major milestone on the road to finding Earth’s twin,” said Douglas Hudgins, Kepler program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “Kepler’s results continue to demonstrate the importance of NASA’s science missions, which aim to answer some of the biggest questions about our place in the universe.”
That may be one reason for this claim which is no claim, “Kepler’s results continue to demonstrate the importance of NASA’s science missions.” Keep NASA important, NASA keeps funding.
Quote: Kepler discovers planets and planet candidates by measuring dips in the brightness of more than 150,000 stars to search for planets that cross in front, or “transit,” the stars. Kepler requires at least three transits to verify a signal as a planet.
Planets and planet candidates are found by measuring dips in the brightness of stars, that is, changes in the light coming from stars caused when something passes in front of these stars. Blocked lights in a theoretical zone (never been there nor seen it) = habitable planet? They’ve never seen the “planet,” so have never seen the stars (the “planet” passed in front of the stars). This doesn’t sound too reliable, no matter what record Kepler has.
The picture at the top of the article is not even an actual picture, but they know people will either believe it is or believe it is based on an actual observation. They’ve never seen it, don’t know if it’s rocky, gaseous, or liquid; and yet they give you a picture? And what planet does that picture just so happen to look like?
Quote: The planet’s host star belongs to the same class as our sun, called
called G-type, although it is slightly smaller and cooler.
Additional information to round out the belief they want you to have – that it’s a new earth or is just like earth.
Quote: There are 48 planet candidates in their star’s habitable zone. While this is a decrease from the 54 reported in February, the Kepler team has applied a stricter definition of what constitutes a habitable zone in the new catalog, to account for the warming effect of atmospheres, which would move the zone away from the star, out to longer orbital periods.
“… in their star’s habitable zone.” As you can see, the zone is being stated as habitable, as if it’s proven to be.
What constitutes a habitable zone is created by them, it’s a definition you don’t even know.
Quote: Since the last catalog was released in February, the number of planet candidates identified by Kepler has increased by 89 percent and now totals 2,326. Of these, 207 are approximately Earth-size, 680 are super Earth-size, 1,181 are Neptune-size, 203 are Jupiter-size and 55 are larger than Jupiter.
The findings, based on observations conducted May 2009 to September 2010, show a dramatic increase in the numbers of smaller-size planet candidates.
Not even a year and a half of observations? Statements such as the one’s they’re making … and they’re based on less than a year and half of observations. Wow.
Quote: “The tremendous growth in the number of Earth-size candidates tells us that we’re honing in on the planets Kepler was designed to detect: those that are not only Earth-size, but also are potentially habitable,” said Natalie Batalha, Kepler deputy science team lead at San Jose State University in San Jose, Calif.
–“The tremendous growth in the number…”?
–The tremendous growth in Earth-size CANDIDATES!
–Just because they’re finding more candidates ….
–That’s a statement that says, “keep the funding coming.”
At the very end of the article:
Image Caption: This artist’s conception illustrates Kepler-22b, a planet known to comfortably circle in the habitable zone of a sun-like star. (Credit: NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech)
Not only is it at the end of the article, but there’s no image near it, nor linking this statement to the above image.
“…a planet…” “… known to …” “… habitable zone…”
After reading this, now take a look at the title again:
Kepler Confirms Its First Planet In Habitable Zone
The title is saying/implying something different than the actual truth, and they know it. The title is the foundation you will build from/build on/add to when you read the article. Depending on your state of mind when you read it, everything you read will be seen as proof of the title. You won’t be questioning a thing, you’ll be looking to see what they have to say about it, that is, looking for confirmation. Looking for confirmation, you’re in trouble because you’re “looking for.” Statements that can be seen two or more ways will be seen as one way to you – proof of the title/the belief. This is similar to how a Bible interpretation is given to you, and then when you read in the Bible you “see proof” of what you were told; all the while the interpretation is wrong.
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