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humanity and their ambitions throughout an ever inviting universe: However, it does pose the question of how far behind others we lag, when it comes to understanding time, special relativity, the velocity of light and no time at all?

One of the interesting factors built within the prediction, the rise and fall of starlight is, if this event is witnessed and shown to be accurate, then as starlight lifts and returns to its original position, it can only mean one thing; the event is conclusively caused by another planetary eclipse.

But, does that mean there are other Planets then?

It most certainly does, for if the event takes place, it is specifically motivated by an eclipse in another solar system. And when the event happens, it shows conclusively their hidden secrets as we previously mentioned, and perhaps more importantly, the reason why other Planets are not detectable to us regardless of how often we search the universe for them.

When we have scoured the heavens in the past, consistently searching for other life - and found none, we instantally assumed it does not exist. But if our thinking is right, then the only reason we have not been able to detect alien life, is because of the methodology we deploy.

Science usually tells us, with impassioned eyes and hands, and inflamed words: "There simply is no other life out here. planet Earth exists with intelligent life purely because it found itself in the right place at the right time: An accident."

But let's suppose for one moment we were no accident, we didn't just find ourselves positioned at a convenient distance from the sun, or living in the right location: Howmany other worlds might there be?

What we have to understand about Doppler detection: (The change in pitch of frequency from a source to an observer is), it would show us if there was any large body of matter orbiting another star. This therefore means if someone used the same technique to measure our star, they would not witness a star that got lucky once, but a star that had inevitably got lucky nine times! I think you might agree it very unfortunate for the rest of the known universe, who never got lucky once, but we managed it nine times.

I don't quite know how the laws of mathematical statistics might apply to the equation, but I think we could find they would be so outrageously high, that the chances of this happening, would be pure fantasy. To even suggest we might be on our own in this ether of space seems profoundly obtuse.

One might even say the denial factor has crept in already, and those in a position of power seem to be resolute in their belief; either that or they just wish to over stress our own importance in the matrix's of things.

But what is even more alarming than that, is they have never sought to question their own ability. Some might even say that arrogant on their part. Man made a decision, man cannot be wrong! And as we have worked on a hypothesis that suggests man's interpretation of the basic laws of physics, and the universe might be misunderstood, just what does it present before us?

We said starlight can only rise and fall by another body of mass in another solar system. That would mean what we witness today, as an equation (another star) has already had its sums calculated, therefore the Doppler registration we detect is no more than a complete, primary sum.

However, if we conclude our prediction to be a secondary equation, rather than a primary one, then every single star in the heavens could literally be teaming with life around it, undetectable to us under modern Doppler theory. I think at that precise time, we might assume they are not all at the same level of maturity as us: Some will be less advanced, some on a relative parity and others more and much more advanced than us. And that is frightening in itself.

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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