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Ceres: How NASA likes to fool you

 
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Ceres: How NASA likes to fool you
Ceres
Ceres is a dwarf planet located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. It was discovered in 1801 by Giuseppe Piazzi and named after the Roman goddess for growing plants, motherly love, and the harvest. Ceres has a diameter of about 950 miles and is the largest object in the asteroid belt. Its surface is made of water ice, clays, and various carbonates. Scientists believe there may be a liquid water mantle and a rocky core underneath its surface.

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Now think: a planet with water and ice just between Mars and Jupiter (in the Asteroid belt). Why you think such a planet was not inspected by NASA and others looking for life? Can you think of a better planet to hold life?
There is life in all the planets in this Solar System, as said in channelings. Don't let NASA rob your precious dollars and fuck you, show them at least the middle finger to them comprend you are not in agreement with what they do to you.
Wake up.
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Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt. The civilization that lived in that planet discovered the Hydrogen bomb. But they used normal Hydrogen instead of an isotope so they blown up the entire planet to pieces of different sizes. One of the pieces is actual Earth, other is Ceres, the rest of pieces is the Asteroid belt.
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Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 390800

Wrong, that aeon is NOW

I have been watching this event unfold for more then 3 months now in absolute stupendous amazement when Asteroids began to clump-up into a ball on one end of the Belt.

What took place weeks later struck me in a deep and profound way.

For starters it made a Big Bang believer out of me seeing the birth of that Sphere. Having the Belt's entire magnetic orbital field collapsing around it causing all the asteroids that did not clump-up with the Sphere stop to orbit. Only the newly formed Planet maintained an orbit and as it closed in on the asteroids suspended on the orbital-plane, the asteroids suspended began to fall towards the center of the newly formed Planet that from this point onwards The Planet began to rotate on an axis counter-clockwise.

Unbelievable!

peace
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Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt.

Wrong, that aeon is NOW

I have been watching this event unfold for more then 3 months now in absolute stupendous amazement when Asteroids began to clump-up into a ball on one end of the Belt.

What took place weeks later struck me in a deep and profound way.

For starters it made a Big Bang believer out of me seeing the birth of that Sphere. Having the Belt's entire magnetic orbital field collapsing around it causing all the asteroids that did not clump-up with the Sphere stop to orbit. Only the newly formed Planet maintained an orbit and as it closed in on the asteroids suspended on the orbital-plane, the asteroids suspended began to fall towards the center of the newly formed Planet that from this point onwards The Planet began to rotate on an axis counter-clockwise.

Unbelievable!

peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1010900


How can fragments come together and form an (almost) perfect sphere?
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How can fragments come together and form an (almost) perfect sphere?
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Imagine a meteorite of 1 kilometer falling to Earth. Now other and other and other and other and other.... The result is a sphere.

I doubt the info about Ceres growing and all the asteroid belt meteorites falling to it to create a new greater planet.
It would be no problem to capture photos and compare the size.

But I am surprised nobody asks NASA never ever why the fuck they don't want go to Ceres (just a little far than Mars and you have new life to fucking study if you are really interested in discovering life).
I am sure we will find same species that we have in Earth because Earth and Ceres were the same planet eons ago.

Ask NASA why and show them the middle finger always. Wake up people.
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Re: Ceres: How NASA likes to fool you
Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt.

Wrong, that aeon is NOW

I have been watching this event unfold for more then 3 months now in absolute stupendous amazement when Asteroids began to clump-up into a ball on one end of the Belt.

What took place weeks later struck me in a deep and profound way.

For starters it made a Big Bang believer out of me seeing the birth of that Sphere. Having the Belt's entire magnetic orbital field collapsing around it causing all the asteroids that did not clump-up with the Sphere stop to orbit. Only the newly formed Planet maintained an orbit and as it closed in on the asteroids suspended on the orbital-plane, the asteroids suspended began to fall towards the center of the newly formed Planet that from this point onwards The Planet began to rotate on an axis counter-clockwise.

Unbelievable!

peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1010900

So you have some proof that this happened?
A photo which you had 3 months to take?
A link or something.
If you don't have some proof why should I think this anything else but fiction.
So many people on this site just make up random shit.
So, everything is suspect.
Prove it please.
Thank you.
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I too keep wondering why no probes at all to Ceres. It sould seem a 'natural' place to send robotic probes. A ver curious place, yet nothing has been sent there... nothing.
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Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt.

Wrong, that aeon is NOW

I have been watching this event unfold for more then 3 months now in absolute stupendous amazement when Asteroids began to clump-up into a ball on one end of the Belt.

What took place weeks later struck me in a deep and profound way.

For starters it made a Big Bang believer out of me seeing the birth of that Sphere. Having the Belt's entire magnetic orbital field collapsing around it causing all the asteroids that did not clump-up with the Sphere stop to orbit. Only the newly formed Planet maintained an orbit and as it closed in on the asteroids suspended on the orbital-plane, the asteroids suspended began to fall towards the center of the newly formed Planet that from this point onwards The Planet began to rotate on an axis counter-clockwise.

Unbelievable!

peace


How can fragments come together and form an (almost) perfect sphere?
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Zero gravity
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Re: Ceres: How NASA likes to fool you
I often bash NASA along with everyone else, but they are actually doing a mission to Ceres.

The Dawn Mission is underway and will reach Ceres in 2015; see end of the Wiki page:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Ceres: How NASA likes to fool you
Many eons ago there was a planet where it is now the Asteroid belt. The civilization that lived in that planet discovered the Hydrogen bomb. But they used normal Hydrogen instead of an isotope so they blown up the entire planet to pieces of different sizes. One of the pieces is actual Earth, other is Ceres, the rest of pieces is the Asteroid belt.
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Oh you are so stupid.

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