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Bizarre Alien Planets Made Of Exotic Hot Ice

Monday, April 9, 2012 14:23
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The Universe is full of many strange and incredible things.

Recently astronomers announced they discovered that warp-speed planets can actually zoom through space at a few percent of the speed of light, up to 30 million miles per hour! Space is indeed full of wonders and there are alien worlds that stretches our imagination.

Just imagine a planet where ice is actually hot! It’s fantastic, isn’t it?

Astronomers are now discovering more and more so-called “waterworld,” which might be covered in broiling-hot ice!

Located about 30 light years from Earth, there is a planet which orbits a small star, GJ 436. On this planet we find exotic form of water…. Rest of article with all images here:

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  • HereAmI

    If someone says that they are an astrophysicist, you will believe anything they tell you, won’t you ? Unfortunately, these people are highly-paid and deliberate liars. The basis of this story is that stars have been detected with a high red shift; to your average astronomer who has never bothered to investigate what that actually means, it indicates that the star is moving very fast. But the originator of the theory, Edwin Hubble, denied that RS is what he initially thought it might be. Ditto with his chief collaborator, Halton C Arp. But no-one listened. Why abandon a great theory just because it isn’t true? These stars are shining down on us through intense electromagnetic fields. These fields are caused by the streams of ionized particles, called plasma, which thread their way throughout the universe, connecting and illuminating all the stars. The fields modify the light passing through them, giving a red shift despite the fact that they are not moving at “warp speed”, or whatever Star Trek term is presently in vogue.
    And as for “Hot Ice”….someone has been smoking something growing around the base of the telescope, I think.

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