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Old 09-14-2010, 07:28 AM   #52
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Originally Posted by Raymond42262 View Post
Project Serpo.........

http://www.serpo.org/article6.php
hahahah if you actually believe that, you might want to get your head checked. This alone makes the rest of the article lose credibility, if there was any to begin with.

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Carl Sagan was consulted on this, and wrote about 60 pages of opinion on the subject, but ultimately had to acknowledge that earthly laws of physics do not necessarily apply out of this solar system
If that was true, all of astrophysics would be wrong and we wouldn't know anything about our universe.



Edit: Also, if the author had any clue what he was talking about, he would have said that Newtownian motion doesn't apply, not Kepler's.
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