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Have we finally found Earth 2.0? Astronomers discover first same-sized planet in habitable zone that could support alien life
For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Ahhh but maybe the dinosaurs still roam or the monkeys and apes are the dominant species ....Here we go planet of the apes is real.....
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The real cusp of the matter is not the discovery of the planet. Anyone paying attention all this while have since known that we are not alone in the Universe. For those who like the MSM to do their thinking for them, this developing story is an amazing and an intriguing one.

Now, if the MSM are mentioning this kind of stuff now and with the rest of the stuff some of us have spoken about for a long time, it appears that we are about to be visited. This visitation as we have argued in the past, has a lot to do with the entry into the Age of Aquarius.Want a hint as to when this is or will be? Well, when the Royal Baby was born, many of the world masses were rejoicing about their new king. I said then, looking at the events surrounding him that this baby was a symbolic conception or birthing of a New Age. [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] Well, guess what? His first official visit takes place not on his first birthday but the 8 - 9th month bday.

To add to the absurdity, you might be interested in the following....

Where would he be going amongst many other places on this planet? Well, to New Zealand and Australia, the Land of OZ, where the mysterious search for MH370 is taking place and the world's energy is directed at just like the period of his birth when the world's energy was directed at him and the world held spell bound whether he would be a boy or girl. We have the same situation here again with the search of MH370 and thanks to the media, they hold us spell bound once again.

Talking about the land of Oz and mysteries, you might also be interested in the idea that the first ever trip of the royal baby overseas was to the Island of Mustique or Mystique. And now he's going to the land of Oz….the land of the Mysterious. And for those familiar with the MH370 news, you would be aware of the fact that most headlines read "The Mystery of MH370". Just to draw this out a bit more and show further craziness you would be aware of the fact that the name of the spying apparatus just released by Snowden which records every phone call in the world is called…….., you guessed it, MYSTIC or Mystery…LOL. [link to www.washingtontimes.com]

There you have it and see all the connections and how the Royal Baby ties in with Snowden.

Adding more to the absurdity, just yesterday, Kate and Williams visits amongst many other places, the Blue Mountains. There is also the Blue fin and Blue line surrounding the search for MH370. This is adding to the Blue symbology of the age of aquarius like I discussed at the time of the birth of the Royal Baby.

The Age of Aquarius might indeed begin when the Royal Baby turns 9 months old on Tuesday the 22nd which also coincides with the Grand Cross Alignment and meteor showers.

Ashwin Farinacci said that one of the first things to go in the age of aquarius is money. Well, now you know what the sanctions on Russia has been conveniently timed for this weekend.
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Re: Have we finally found Earth 2.0? Astronomers discover first same-sized planet in habitable zone that could support alien life
For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Tess2012


Ahhh but maybe the dinosaurs still roam or the monkeys and apes are the dominant species ....Here we go planet of the apes is real.....
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Nah, ants or octopus, or an ant-octopus hybrid.
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more bs

490 light years away lol

why they don't look 1 light year away. idiots.
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bsflag

more bs

490 light years away lol

why they don't look 1 light year away. idiots.
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Our solar system extends more than a light year out. RETARD.
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The artist seems to think it looks Mars like.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]
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490 light years. We better get going. So the 8th generation may finally settle.
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If some of the 'whistle blowers' that have started threads here on GLP in the past even are remotely true, we need look no further than our own solar system for multiple colonies of other forms of life...
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490 light years. We better get going. So the 8th generation may finally settle.
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space babies *cough....
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490 light years. We better get going. So the 8th generation may finally settle.
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My uncle who works at NASA says the jump drive is nearly complete. They're just waiting for alien permission to use it.

He's Alpha-Class 10 clearance so he knows.
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490 light years. We better get going. So the 8th generation may finally settle.
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My uncle who works at NASA says the jump drive is nearly complete. They're just waiting for alien permission to use it.

He's Alpha-Class 10 clearance so he knows.
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chuckle
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more bs

490 light years away lol

why they don't look 1 light year away. idiots.
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Our solar system extends more than a light year out. RETARD.
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Yeah!! Our solar system extends more than a light year out. RETARD!!!!
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No.

"Earth-like" planets have just become a part of modern day mythology. Everyone wants to believe there is extraterrestrial life. It is part of the cultural atheist-mythos. They don't want to believe that life on Earth is special because it obviously points to God.

I think you would laugh out loud if you saw the imaginative interpretations that went into locating "earth-like planets"
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Re: Have we finally found Earth 2.0? Astronomers discover first same-sized planet in habitable zone that could support alien life
This is major news, guys!

There's so much data from Kepler Spacecraft that since
2009 we haven't even analyzed half of it!

So much more interesting stuff for us to discover in the
coming years!

By the 2020's we'll launch ATLAS telescope which will
let us see geography and climate on exoplanets as
far away as 150 light years.

Fun time we live in! Paradigms are shifting like crazy, people!

bump
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What do they call themselves, Zorn?
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This is major news, guys!

There's so much data from Kepler Spacecraft that since
2009 we haven't even analyzed half of it!

So much more interesting stuff for us to discover in the
coming years!

By the 2020's we'll launch ATLAS telescope which will
let us see geography and climate on exoplanets as
far away as 150 light years.

Fun time we live in! Paradigms are shifting like crazy, people!

bump
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They have known about this for decades. They discovered PlaneT X - Nibiriu in the 80's announced it in the news. It is the conditioning process. The Keppler data is controlled and slowly handed out by corrupt organizations. The knowledge of outside civilizations are for the powerful few at the top that are sick. They are crazy power hungry rich folks who who rule with extreme evil.
Time to rebel against evil men and women of wall street, whom never have gone to jail for 2008.
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Re: Have we finally found Earth 2.0? Astronomers discover first same-sized planet in habitable zone that could support alien life
For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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why is this being labeled earth 2. how many other planets have they found , a handful of the trillions
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For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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why is this being labeled earth 2. how many other planets have they found , a handful of the trillions
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They found an Earth sized planet orbiting a red Star. Wow, They did that in the 30's.
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For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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That is all okay to say but we are never going get there, and talk or see who ever lives on that planet,we see back in time as we search for life with telescopes etc, if we could only pull back the vale and see it as it is now,then you may well find that in 25 to 30 thousand earth years life exists,most of this life will look like us,i do believe complex intelligent life forms are only 25 to 30 thousand earth years away.Serious evidence is what we need but let us start looking closer to home you may well find they already know all about us.
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only about 400 years to go before our first early tv transmissions reach it.
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For decades astronomers have been searching for a world like our own outside the solar system that could host alien life. And now astronomers have announced that they have found one - a planet 1.1 times the size of Earth orbiting a star just 490 light years away. Called Kepler-186f, the planet is the first to be discovered with the right conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface, meaning it could support alien life as well.

Although previously we have found exoplanets (worlds outside the solar system) in these zones, none have been the same size as Earth.

As our planet is known to have life, it stands to reason that a similar planet may also be habitable. This could make Kepler-186f the first world we’ve found that might host life as we know it.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Tess2012


This piece of news must be some kind of signaling code.
A 500 light years distanced solar body is not just virtually unreachable but will literally remain undiscovered.
It is totally useless information based on loose scientific data arranged in a way to produce sensationalist news for some obscure reason.

I tie both events with the latest Jewish drama for the "Blood Moons" and the requests for "all Jewish people to be registered" in some part of Eastern Ukraine.

I think about project Blue beam, and this piece of astronomy news, is kind of a signal tied with an inside story which could be running like this: "Don't worry our Jewish brethren, this is the first leg of events of the appearance of our Jewish Messiah".

The events ought to go in this manner:

1. Third world war that starts with East Ukraine as a pretext between Russia and Europe. East Ukraine which is the Khazar Jews second Israel and Europe was their natural reigning ground for centuries.

2. Technological reset that will be brought of the World War.

3. Old technologies that had been lost in the war and the civilization destruction that re appear and new ones that kept being on the development, to procure the Antichrist that Jews understand and prophesize as their savior.

4. Reign of the Antichrist and the Second coming of the Apocalypse.
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The artist seems to think it looks Mars like.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]
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This is pure conjecture that will remain unverified probably for ever. Why are they doing this?
There are much much better ways to direct attention to alien geography and strange worlds that we can remotely sense.
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WoW only 490 light years away, but they can't find MH370 - how is that possible !
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490 light years. We better get going. So the 8th generation may finally settle.
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My uncle who works at NASA says the jump drive is nearly complete. They're just waiting for alien permission to use it.

He's Alpha-Class 10 clearance so he knows.
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Don't be trying to claim my *uncle*...

:)

Oh, wait, I see your uncle is only Alpha-Class 10...such a shame...everyone knows you get the good info once you make AC 11. Tell your uncle to keep jumping through hoops and maybe one day...

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The future in space travel is defenitely not with speed but with wormhole technology and bending space if we wish to explore that far away.
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WoW only 490 light years away, but they can't find MH370 - how is that possible !
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Which is why you would understand that everything they tell us is to push through their own agenda. For instance,

We cant find MH370 - Means this Thread: MH370, Snowden, NSA & the agenda you don't see coming. You are being programmed by MSM to be microchipped and demand the spying program.

We just found an earth-like planet means that there is likely to be a sort of visitation in the very near future..... How soon, many have said that the Age of Aquarius would herald a visitation from the gods?
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No.

"Earth-like" planets have just become a part of modern day mythology. Everyone wants to believe there is extraterrestrial life. It is part of the cultural atheist-mythos. They don't want to believe that life on Earth is special because it obviously points to God.

I think you would laugh out loud if you saw the imaginative interpretations that went into locating "earth-like planets"
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You're joking right?
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So if a ship was traveling at 99.999% the speed of light, how long from their perspective would pass to get to this planet 490 ly away?

couple years?
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let me ask something here… why are planets that are not earth said to have ALIEN beings on them… its really stupid. the beings are not alien to the planets they live on after all. Lets grow up people and learn to reason.





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