Wednesday, March 14, 2012


This book is not fiction. Its about where you are going and where you came from.  It is almost 400-pages and measuring 8.5 by 11. Reviewer say it is the most important book to come along in a century. Everybody on Earth needs to understand this.

The gasoline energy that makes your car go down the road didn't come from the sun.  Crude oil was made by diatoms in the oceans when our sun was closer to other stars. The sun couldn't have made the carbon resources because the air pressure during the Carboniferous Era was around 300 pounds per square inch and the average global temperature was between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Such an atmosphere would be more than 1,500 miles deep and you would never see the sun. Right now the average global temperature is 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Diatoms have the incredible ability to multiply 8 times in 24 hours given:  24-hours of light in the right spectrum, adequate heat, and carbon dioxide in the water. Diatoms evolved different shapes like snowflakes to take advantage of different wave lengths of UV light at different depths in the oceans.

We are not seeing crude oil being made right now. At the present time Earth has one Sun and the average global temperature is 32 degree Fahrenheit. We are still in the Ice Age. Crude oil was made when the average global temperatures were between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Campbell and Moore tallied up the red shift of 2,149 nearby bright stars to determine that we (our sun) is traveling toward Hercules at 19.5 kilometers per second. I thought about this for a week and finally drew a line on a star chart from Hercules extending it out past the mid point where we are and it winds up in Orion! Wow! Orion is a birth place for stars and it is the nearest birth place of stars to us. Since we are leaving Orion there is only one conclusion. We were born there!

After our solar system was born in Orion we drifted out into the cold of space. The elements that make up your body and everything mostly came from Orion so you could be an Orionian. Space is cold so Mars and Earth froze over with mile deep sheets of ice over the oceans. On Earth it was known as the Huronian Glaciaion where a five mile-sheet of ice covered the single continent. The temperature hovered around -200 degrees F. There was no way to get out of that billion-year-long Ice age.

Eventually we drifted between the two-solar-mass stars Procyon and Sirius. Little Sirius B, not much bigger than earth -- only 1.5 solar masses came around, grabbed hold of our sun and put our solar system into orbit around Sirius A and B at a distance of about 25 AU. One AU is the distance between the Earth and the sun.

We became part of the Sirius system for the next 700-million years. It was the intense UV from Sirius B putting out more than 100 times the UV of our sun that was capable of piercing Earth's thick 750 PSI atmosphere that was over 3,000 miles deep. (Right now Earth atmosphere is only 60-miles deep and only 14.5 PSI. We have lost 98% of the air on this planet.) It was the light from Sirius A and B that created most all of the carbon resources; coal, oil and limestone. When you burn the stuff you are releasing stellar energy back into the environment in the form of infrared photons (heat) and locking up the free oxygen with carbon. 

After our capture by the Sirius multiple star System Earth's average global temperatures went up to 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. During the Carboniferous diatoms filled up the oceans and coal layers 100 feet thick were formed. Limestone which is carbon and calcium was laid down in layers up to 12,500 thick some places. The Earth did not look like the picture below because it had a very thick atmosphere of 750 PSI. You would never see the surface and no sunlight could reach the surface.

If there were people living on planets in the Sirius system they would have witnessed our Sun's capture. In would make sense if they sent small rockets over to seed Earth's ocean. Later when it had breathable oxygen atmosphere they could have colonized Mars and Earth.

I'me sorry all this seems complicated but that's just the way it is. Advanced life forms--especially intelligent ones cannot evolve around single star systems. It takes multiple star systems and the power of a white dwarf putting out 100 times the UV of our sun in the 350 to 400 nanometer range to pierce thick atmospheres with UV light to make plants grow. This is what created our carbon resources not the sun. The sun is a poor grow light in the wrong frequency spectrum and it doesn't have enough power to keep us out of Ice Ages otherwise we wouldn't have them...  

Also, when you are in close proximity to several stars you run a higher risk of exterminating life on the planets because there is more meteors and killer asteroids flying around at 50,000 miles per hour. Sirius B was 6 solar masses before it became 1.5 solar masses some time before our capture. This means that it ejected about 4.5 solar masses of silicon and iron dust in the neighborhood. Iron dust is good for plankton growth but it eats up oxygen so Earth didn't have a lot of free oxygen until the dust was taken down after a couple hundred million years.

Life may have gotten started on Earth --during the billion-year Huronian Glaciation as a lot of meteor dust and possibly eggs and DNA from other star systems would have collected on the ice. This would explain the explosion of different life forms that suddenly appeared in the Cambrian Era after Sirius A and B thawed the ice.  It was the invention of non-cyclic photosynthesis that produced enough food to allow animal life to exist. That is explained in the below article: 

How the celebration we call life got started.

True plants use carbon dioxide and water (along with nitrogen and phosphorus from the soil) to make organic compounds and produce oxygen as a waste product. When the plant needs to use any of the energy it stored, it uses oxygen to “burn” its fuel, generating water and carbon dioxide as byproducts of that process.

To take advantage of the energy stored in the plants, animals eat the plants directly or eat other animals that do. Like the plants, they use oxygen during metabolism and produce waste water and carbon dioxide. Both plants and animals need additional water for a variety of functions: For example, the transport of nutrients up from the roots is powered by the evaporation of water from the leaves and animals use water to regulate temperature through evaporative cooling and to dispose waste products. A small fraction of the earth’s living things are anaerobic or harvest inorganic chemical energy, and so do not fit into this cycle.

The photon energy: “sunlight” activates electrons, which are removed from the chlorophyll before they can reemit that energy. These “excited” electrons are used to charge a membrane battery, which is used to make the energy transfer compound, adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In the process the energized electrons, having been activated days or even years earlier, lose their energy and are discarded in energy poor carbon dioxide. The ATP is used as a carrier for the electron energy. Every organism faced nutrient poor conditions and so for every 99.9 percent of new life forms that evolved only one-tenth of one percent survived while all the rest are now extinct. --James L. Gould, Carol Grant Gould

It was the unique property of water with two hydrogen atoms each with a positive charge and one oxygen atom with a negative charge referred to as nonpolar molecules that allow weak electro static associations (hydrogen bonds). Their unique geometry allowed the self-repairing, bilayer membrane of the living cell. Modern cells protect themselves from the environment with bilayer membranes to which specific chemical doors and pumps have been added to help control molecular in-and-out traffic.
Hydrogen Cyanide, for example, is readily formed from ammonia and methane and then converted into the nucleotide adenine, which is also the backbone of ATP. –Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life, By Richard E. Dickerson; Scientific American, September, 1978
Many meteorites and comets contain abundant inorganically formed organic compounds. Natural selection must have been at work from the very onset, favoring liposomes with the most useful chemistry favoring those with the most useful building blocks and excluding those that might be toxic. At this point in time most organisms were autotrophs—that is, creatures that took energy or energy-rich materials from the nonliving world around them—as apposed to heterotrophs, which eat other organisms (you).

The next step in the evolution of living organisms was the development of cyclic photosynthesis—cyclic because the electron energized by an incoming photon from the sun is quickly returned to the chlorophyll molecule from which it came. Chlorophyll is embedded in a membrane along with the enzymes that steal the activated electron and harvest its energy; that energy is used to charge the membrane, and the electrostatic potential created is later employed to make ATP.

It takes about two photons to charge the membrane; enough to make one ATP, and since photons are free, life must suddenly have been released from dependence on inorganic nutrients synthesis: with photosynthesis! Suddenly there was enough ATP to generate nutrients from simple chemicals like carbon dioxide and ammonia!!! There are still bacteria that employ only cyclic photosynthesis.

There still wasn’t enough ATP available to store large supplies of sugars and starches to give evolution a much needed boost so nature invented the noncyclic process which created eight times more ATP than the cyclic process. In that process the electron energy is boosted in two steps, and so much extra charging and other work is wrung from its energy that eight ATP’s can be made from two activated electrons because the electron is not returned to the chlorophyll but is handed to an energy-storage molecule instead; the missing electron is obtained by splitting water, which generates oxygen as a waste product.

To put it another way, the electron end up in a multipurpose energy compound that can be used directly to power carbon fixation to charge the membrane for subsequent ATP production. The missing electron in the first chlorophyll is replaced with one obtained by splitting water, a process that liberates oxygen.
Most photoautotrophs (all true plants) use the more efficient noncyclic process with the eight-fold increase in energy production.

Because eight times more ATP was being produced by all the plants they were able to create more energy storage in the form of carbon-based, starches and sugars. The noncyclic process not only created more free oxygen it also allowed millions of other life forms to evolve to feed on the extra, eight-fold energy created by this process. This is why we have coal, oil and limestone on Earth plus myriads of other oxygen-breathing animals like Hillary Clinton.

--The Assembly of Cell Membranes by Mark S. Bretscher; Scientific American, October 1985
--The Photosynthetic Membrane by By Kenneth R. Miller Scientific American, October 1979
--Molecular Mechanisms of Photosynthesis by Douglas C Youvan and Barry L. Marrs; Scientific American, June 1984
--Cytochrome C and the Evolution of Energy Metabolism, by Richard E. Dickerson, Scientific American, March 1980 Offprint 146

Me: Captain Hank Kroll

About three million years ago something blew up in Orion and kicked out Sun into an elliptical orbit around Sirius. The only thing I can correlate this with is the Banard's Loop explosion. Now we go out to nine light years and stop. Nobody can tell we are in orbit around anything and they won't look. Right now we are at 8 light years from Sirius  and heading back toward Sirius at 7.5 kilometers per second. 

We are not seeing any carbon resources being made because we are still in the Ice Age with average global temperatures of 32 degrees Fahrenheit. 

We will accelerate to about 200 kilometers per second and come to within 1/10th light year of Sirius A and B. The incoming UV light to Earth will be doubled. We can compute that because we know the distance and output of hose stars compared to our Sun. 

The point of this book is to increase consciousness as to where we came from, where we are going and what we should be doing. Given the fact that the very existence of self-aware life forms are probably extremely rare, maybe we should try to preserve that intelligence. Instead of sitting down here making carbon merchants richer maybe we should be getting off the planet to seed life elsewhere?

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