I need your opinions. Does this look like a wormhole to you?

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btalex1990
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04 Feb 2010, 3:12 am

Does this look like ma wormhole to you

http://uswgo.com/wormhole3.gif 281 K byte animated gif wrapped by lau

I am studying and dosing research and believe with what I have come up with so far that this thing is a wormhole, a tare in the fabric of space and time.

Does this look like that?

http://uswgo.com/wormhole-rocket-comparison.jpg [overwide image wrapped by lau]

and if you look at it closely the swirls are perfectly sligned within the circle and non are broken off unlike the rocket or missile, whatever you like to call it.

http://uswgo.com/wormhole-area-close.jpg [overwide image wrapped by lau]


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04 Feb 2010, 7:13 am

My description of a wormhole is like a crystal ball with no
glass. If you hold a big clear marble in front of a picture
of lots of stars or anything else that might be on the
other side. Only it looks like that on all sides when you
are not very close to it. When you get very close it looks
like it got bigger. It turns inside out as you go into it,
making earth and space look far away in all directions but
indescribable that you can also see where you are going
in all directions, you are inside a bubble of two skies mixed.
Then it turns inside out again as you go out of it, and the
other end gets bigger and earth is small or looking like a
dough nut or something like a really bent mirror, hard to
describe how the earth looks until you are out of the
wormhole except inside out. When you are leaving the
worm hole it looks like a snow globe with a world globe
in it, and gets smaller as you go away from it. But if you
don't walk away, you might be able to walk all around
the wormhole and see different parts of earth's sky like
it was in a marble, which you can't see on the other side
of the marble-looking wormhole, but wherever it took
you to, you would be there, and wherever you came
from would look like the whole universe is in or behind
a marble. That's what wormholes really look like. Not
like water going down a drain. Something clear and
round you can go through on every side of it like a
ball but you might not feel anything by going through
it except wondering why the earth turned inside out and
went far away in a small ball of clear nothing.

The last picture doesn't look real. It looks like it was
made by a computer. They can't blow up the first
picture that much. If it is real then it is a very rare
mirage that may have spinning air in the boundary layer
like a tornado, or something like ball lightning, maybe
even caused by the large hadron collider or some
kind of electricity in the air, BUT

I really think that it is that rocket that went out of
control or something artificial. I wouldn't start thinking
of wormhole type things unless the LHC was turned on,
but it is supposed to be broken now. There were warnings
of a missile test before that hwas seen. It could be some
thing else but people expected it.



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04 Feb 2010, 8:53 am

That is failed russian submarine missile that was tested recently.



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04 Feb 2010, 9:25 am

Could have been a dissipating black hole (quantum singularity).

Between HAARP and the CERN project, there's stuff going on out there that we never get told the whole story on.



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04 Feb 2010, 9:38 am

Pretty simple computer-generated images - all except the right-hand half of the second one - which is a failed sea-to-air missile launch, with added scribble.


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04 Feb 2010, 1:35 pm

Does anyone actually know what a black hole would look like to the naked eye? Most of our images come from Hollywood, not the stars...;)


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04 Feb 2010, 11:02 pm

Those two rockets have very different problems. One has increasing oscillation and other decreasing or constant.



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04 Feb 2010, 11:19 pm

pakled wrote:
Does anyone actually know what a black hole would look like to the naked eye? Most of our images come from Hollywood, not the stars...;)

Um... you wouldn't be able to see a black hole?


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05 Feb 2010, 5:55 am

pakled wrote:
Does anyone actually know what a black hole would look like to the naked eye? Most of our images come from Hollywood, not the stars...;)

Look up "Gravitational Lens" in Google Images.
It looks like nothing, with stuff behind it all twisted up
around it. It may have some kind of axial ejection of
matter that came close but didn't go in, and if it is in
a luminous nebula, MAYBE it would look like a black sphere
with rings around it. --- There are some strange ideas about
what you would see if it were possible to stay close
to the event horizon, as if things that fell in never do
from your point of view, but besides not being able to
look from there, the things that should seem to be on
its surface cannot emit any light to see them with.



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30 Jun 2010, 8:15 pm

btalex1990 wrote:
Does this look like ma wormhole to you

http://uswgo.com/wormhole3.gif 281 K byte animated gif wrapped by lau

I am studying and dosing research and believe with what I have come up with so far that this thing is a wormhole, a tare in the fabric of space and time.

Does this look like that?

http://uswgo.com/wormhole-rocket-comparison.jpg [overwide image wrapped by lau]

and if you look at it closely the swirls are perfectly sligned within the circle and non are broken off unlike the rocket or missile, whatever you like to call it.

http://uswgo.com/wormhole-area-close.jpg [overwide image wrapped by lau]
The First one,for about one half seconds Time, where the 'Ring of light' is formed,and expands, does look like a 'Worme Hole'. The Second,and Third,more resemble swerling 'Vortices' to Me, but then again, I Am No expert.