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20 Apr 2019 02:17:58
Ed033's note - this space / astrophysics post has been moved to the newly created, space and astrophysics page

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03 May 2018 22:34:33
Lots of military movement going on down here near Salisbury Plains. As I'm typing at least 5 Helicopters and 5 Chinooks flew over.
Been like this for the last week or so. Lived here for 29 years and never seen so much in such a short period of time.

hsf

1.) 05 May 2018 12:26:35
I live near Corfe and the lulworth tank ranges have been extra busy!


 

 

22 Oct 2017 17:21:55
What do you guys think about the Titanic and it possibly being switched with an almost identical ship in "the Olympic" as an insurance scam?

hsf

{Ed033's Note - That's exactly what happened plus they decided to make a human sacrifice as well at the same time as the insurance scam.

Titanic Conspiracy Documentary


1.) 23 Oct 2017 03:01:10
I don't know about the whole human sacrifice thing, but it definitely looks like it's been switched. The pictures especially from the under water shots compared to the pictures of the Olympic look very similar.


2.) 30 Oct 2017 15:21:14
Hi, ED33
I have come across a new theory in why the Titanic sank. I was watching a link you had posted called EUROPA-The Last Battle (part 1) when at 14-35, they talk about 3 powerful men worth billions that went against the establishment regarding the Federal Reserve and just so happened to be on the Titanic. The 3 men lost there lives on board the ship and so to the opposition to the Reserve. As you know Ed there is plenty of people who have lost their lives in Air, Sea and Motor accidents.

{Ed033's Note - What seems to have happened is that all the powerful/rich people who were against the agenda including the formation of the Federal Reserve were invited onto the Titanic Ship (That was really the Olympic ship) as they knew the ship was going to be deliberately sunk with most people being sacrificed (including the powerful/rich people who were against the agenda)


3.) 08 Nov 2017 23:27:38
Was there not more windows or port holes on one of them can't remember which. But surely that proves which one sank.

{Ed033's Note - yes, it's provable that the Olympic was sunk as the Olympic and Titanic were not exactly the same including different numbers of port holes.


 

 

21 Aug 2017 11:49:05
Probably a little much at once, but I sat and watched these 3 videos in 2 days, all 9 hours.

Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson on the Joe Rogan Experience
In these videos, they discuss Egypt, Gobekli Tepe, The Younger Dryas and a global flood 12,800 years ago.



youtube.com/watch?v=0H5LCLljJho

This one also includes a 3rd guest - Michael Shermer
youtube.com/watch?v=tFlAFo78xoQ

Fascinating stuff to listen too, especially the stuff on Gobekli Tepe and the Sphinx.
Is there a piece of human history that is genuinely missing?

hsf

{Ed033's Note - If people have seen the Planet of the Apes film with Charlton Heston as lead role, i interpret that film as the apes who are covering up the past (advanced humans, artefacts), is analogous to the Elite run Smithsonian Institute and others covering up our past (giants, hobbits, hominids, advanced humans, advanced artefacts, ETs?)


1.) 21 Aug 2017 13:01:03
I see what you're saying with that, it makes sense about the advanced humans.

I genuinely don't think it's about ET's or anything like that. I'm with Randall Carlson that a comet hit the earth during the Younger Dryas period and wiped out a huge amount of life. Possibly leading to lost knowledge and lost civilisations. There is an insane amount of evidence to suggest this happened, with the extinction of 80% of the mega mammals in North America, plus the Black Matt layer, the nano-diamonds and the lack of mega mammal skeletons above the black mat layer.

It's all very convincing stuff and I look forward to hearing more, especially as now mainstream archaeology is getting behind this theory and pumping money into it!

When you consider the Human race has been around in it's modern form for around 200,000 years, it seems very naive to assume that it took us 199,000 years to become technologically advanced, especially when you have megalithic structures like Gobekli Tepe the one under the sea near Italy that date back over 10,000 years.

{Ed033's Note - I hope you don't mind me not closing my mind off to anything ET I'm open to the possibility that the 'Cone Heads' for example being non human or ET.


2.) 21 Aug 2017 15:07:38
Rogan sells out regularly.
He sold out for fame and to avoid being forced off youtube through censorship.
If u want an indication of what people believe, look how many people tuned into watch Eddie Bravo on the Rogan show two weeks ago compared to this show.

Apart from that these specialists tell you things we know nothing about. Ie they talk about the time the first comet hit it caused an ice age. Well this is apparently what happens when the sun gets blocked by the dirt and dust getting kicked up into the atmosphere.

Then they go on to say and about 1600 years later another comet hit to cause a massive rise in temperature. How about after the dust settles, the sun being able to peer back in, it would naturally start to melt the ice and in turn create clouds witch would then rain and then flood.

But a bigger question gets left unanswered. We are covered in water where did it come from? Because these same specialists try to say water was first brought to the planet by a comet. But these specialists also try to say the water has resided as well, meaning there was a lot more at one point. It's all best guesses.

We cannot get honest clear pictures of the deepest of our oceans or the deepest parts of space or even real full pictures of the earth or the moon that passes in front of our Earth. They can give false evidence all day though.

Humanity in the past most probably where massively advanced. We today just like to think we are. So I do hope there is hidden tech because at least we could then be seen to be advancing in space and seas as we like to believe we can.

{Ed033's Note - Yes southampton, it's a lot of guess work going on with Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson on this subject.


3.) 21 Aug 2017 15:17:05
Ed, I'd love it to be ET's I really would. I'm open to the idea, I just don't think it's likely is all.


4.) 21 Aug 2017 23:23:43
Sorry for not replying sooner
Yes that is what my opinion would be on these two.
ASwell ed
Thanks for replys.


 

 

14 Aug 2017 12:51:36
Ok so I looked at the pictures of the Pyramids on Mars and there was only one that stood out, but it's (in my opinion) clutching at straws.



In this image for example.
"the face" is just an example of shadows making something look different and it was a lower resolution photo.



The Pyramid looks like it's just a sand dune, probably formed over a large rock.



And "the city" looks to be a similar situation as the Pyramid, except smaller rocks for foundation.

I saw a few other images that were either very low resolution or just clearly faked/ enhanced to suit the purpose. But there are so many fake photo's out there that it's difficult to find the originals.

I'm not saying I'm right, just offering a possible explanation. Do you have any other images I should look at?

hsf

{Ed033's Note - The most compelling argument for artificial structures on Mars (assuming the satellite images are the raw data of Mars) are the non fractal ( i.e. straight lines as an example) in the images and the geometrical alignments of possible structures.



As non fractal and / or impossible geometry coincidences of alignments mean an intelligent life form was on Mars at some point.

We also have the theory that Avebury 'complex' on Earth is a mini version of Cydonia on Mars.


goo.gl/f7V5M


https://goo.gl/scZw4


1.) 14 Aug 2017 15:05:26
Look for the Dark side of the moon lol.
The face once caught my eye when they came out but then I watched a doc with more images and apparently it's shade cast as it moves kind of ruined it.
I also see the lines mention and that too looked interesting .
They also claim to have a picture they claim is similar to the Grand Canyon.
Apart from that they have it first before releasing.
And they apparently employ people to air brush things out they don't want people to see.

{Ed033's Note - Exactly, they do their best to hide anything of interest by using air brushing.


2.) 14 Aug 2017 16:33:37
I will be honest Ed, I find the geometry stuff really difficult to believe. I'd imagine we'd see similar patterns with satellite views of arid deserts on Earth or on the Moon.

There has also been evidence of straight lines used in nature (although it is exceptionally rare).



Sunrise, Tessellated Pavement, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia

"According to Dr. Chloe Bulinski, a Professor of Biology at Columbia University, straight lines are all around us, from the compound eyes of insects to the collagen fibers in connective tissue. Dr. Bulinski cites Tasmania’s Tessellated Pavement, an inter-tidal rock platform that looks like the floor tiles in your kitchen, as a particularly fine example of naturally occurring straight lines. "




Pyrite Cubes are a natural formation.



Basalt Columns
"It is the nature of basaltic lava cooling that allows this to happen: this lava is hotter and moves faster than other kinds. As it cools from the bottom up and from the center outward, long fractures form columns that at times take on astoundingly clear-cut hexagons. The whole process is called columnar jointing"
-google answers

There are a few good examples of angles in those pictures too.

{Ed033's Note - For anyone interested there is more information on what's so special about the geometry at Cydonia in the Monuments of Mars book by Richard C. Hoagland.


3.) 14 Aug 2017 16:44:36
I would also like to go on and state that I really want there to be proof of ET life, either present or historically. It's something I've looked at for years and the reason I bought a telescope to be honest with you, I just wanted to see a UFO! Lol.

As I've said before on here, there are astronomical numbers that more or less prove we are not alone. As our galaxy alone has an estimated 100 billion stars, a large percentage have planets around them. So if you apply that theory to the rest of the galaxies in the universe and we're talking about the possibility of trillions of planets. There is no way that the the Earth is a 1 in a trillion.

That being said, I've seen no evidence that 100% proves it. There are circumstantial bits of evidence, a few anomalies here and there and a few questionable testimonies / confessions but nothing definitive. Yet.

{Ed033's Note - The Brookings Institute recommended back around 1960 that as it was inevitable that evidence of ET life would be found, it should be hidden from we the people.

When the Viking mission around 1980 (which had 3 soil tests for life) tested for life in the martian soil, 2 tests were positive for life and 1 failed. The one that failed also failed on Earth and was a deliberate failing test, so that they could then say the Viking mission tests failed to find any life in the soil on Mars.


4.) 15 Aug 2017 22:54:00
One good bit of footage that hasn't been proven fake or tampered hsf.
Is a ufo hovers in Jerusalem flashes then takes off.
nothing they build at the minuet with the tech they admit to having, is possible to do that.
Literally takes off in a flash.


5.) 15 Aug 2017 23:01:32
Also I will add
Two weeks ago I saw three lights in a triangle.
Not the hole thing if it was anything at all just lights through the cloud traveling north west had not a whimper of sound.
Where there was so many clouds I only see it for two seconds then thick cloud blocked it from view.

I wasn't even going to mention it where I see it so briefly and as you do it makes you question whether you see anything.
But thinking about it I deffently see something slip through the clouds to big to be a commercial drone.


6.) 16 Aug 2017 15:15:30
This is the thing though, people automatically assume a UFO is aliens, when the reality is, it's just unidentified.

I live near Amesbury and they have an RAF base (Boscombe). When I was working a few years ago in the summer, we saw multiple strange aircraft taking off and landing. All different shapes it was kind of crazy. I actually thought Aliens had landed at first! But it was fairly obvious that it was just testing after a closer look.

I've also heard a few "booms" at night which could be sonic booms from an aircraft such as the Aurora. But, I live near Salisbury plains and they have regular tank/ artillery drills there. Oh and a pro-tip for you guys. Don't EVER go onto Salisbury plains at night.

1). You don't know what you're stepping on such as unexploded shells.

2). Tanks do not stop easily (don't ask! )

3). The ammunition they use is LIVE.

4). When being escorted off, they're not very polite about it ¬_¬ Especially to 14 year old kids who are just exploring 8-) lol.


7.) 16 Aug 2017 21:31:12
Yes hsf I too believe most ufos seen are human built,
Dr Greer has some good info on it.
Only thing I think is a bit of are the meet ups he talks of and photos of (extra dimensional beings)
But u never know .
And I get the heads up cheers
Lol.


 

 

 

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28 May 2019 23:05:20
28 May 2019 22:49:55
Anyone watch that BBC documentary called Planets with Professor Brian Cox? Pretty interesting what he was saying about both Venus and Mercury.

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04 May 2019 00:23:38
03 May 2019 19:43:38
Let's open a discussion on the future of mankind and space exploration.

I am personally of the opinion that the human race will never leave Earth permenantly and build a colony on another planet. I think that the effort and finances that would be needed, would be far too great for us to ever achieve it.

hsf

1.) 19 May 2019 18:05:57
Think it's inevitable mate. Perhaps through necessity with world government financing it or maybe through private venture. we've just seen SpaceX launch rockets and land them ready for re-use for a fraction of the price it costs NASA and the idea of having mineral and commodities extraction or even 'space' homesteaders is still sci-fi but not as much as it was even 10 years ago. We do seem to have this desire to explore new frontiers hard wired into us. and yes, I am a Trekkie.


2.) 19 May 2019 18:53:36
You're definitely right about it being hardwired into us. However, I just think there are too many hurdles to get over for us to do it.
To start we've yet to develop a means of travel that wouldn't take thousands of years to get somewhere. Yes we may end up harvesting our own solar system, but there isn't anywhere suitable for us to colonise here. Terraforming Mars has been mentioned a few times, but let's be real here, Mars has little or no magnetic field, so we'd end up living in domes as the planet simply can't support an atmosphere. Then there is the fact that Mars has a 3rd of Earth's gravity.

Going further out to places like Proxima Centauri would currently take hundreds of years, and even then if we find a suitable planet in that star system, we'll find ourselves looking at a whole new spectrum of problems. New diseases/ viruses, new poisons in the plantlife, the atmosphere may end up being toxic to us in the long term, the gravity will be different so we may end up suffering from muscle and bone atrophe, then there is the stength of the magnetic field, which could cause issues.

We'd also have to study the patterns of objects within the solar systems, such as asteroids, comets and planetary orbits. We may have miscalculated the Star's lifespan, or maybe someone got there before us?

I just see too many problems and dangers for us to actually do anything.
That's my personal view anyway. It makes me a little sad to be honest.


3.) 20 May 2019 11:21:47
All good points brother. The most problematic for me being the development of a propulsion system that gets us where we need in a reasonably safe and speedy way. This and the other issues you highlighted are significant and currently we may not have the answers but you got to think they're being looked at by some bright spark somewhere. Have you seen Taylor Wilson, young chap with some exciting ideas. He and people like him give me the hope that we're not as messed as a species as the constantly negative news cycle would have us believe. Guess time will tell but for sure, as soon as any advancement is made, we'll give it a go. we're reckless that way.

A bit out there I know, but maybe in line with this site, do you think we've had contact/ have access to non Earth based intelligence?

Promise, no tinfoil hat.


4.) 20 May 2019 11:52:07
Also bro, check this for some of the innovation that's happening right now.

futuristic spacecraft


5.) 20 May 2019 17:14:04
"A bit out there I know, but maybe in line with this site, do you think we've had contact/ have access to non Earth based intelligence? "

No I don't believe so. I'm open to the idea, but I just don't think so.
I personally believe we're one of the first technologically advanced lifeforms. Not the first, but one of the first. I'm of the opinion that the way life happened on Earth is almost too complicated for it to be a common occurance, maybe 2-3 star systems per galaxy can hold life, maybe more, maybe less. But the way it happened on Earth is basically 1 in a billion.

It may make me sound like a skeptic but I prefer to look at it like that, because if we don't find anything in my life time, I won't be too disappointed. But if we do find something then I'll be elated.

Some of those spacecraft look interesting and not too far out of reach. I think our best chance of getting something is if SpaceX and Jeff Bezos work together. I can't see government ventures going much further than they've already gone, they're too busy figuring out how to make bigger and better weapons.

We need another space race/ cold war scenario for governments to really pump money into space again.


6.) 21 May 2019 17:39:47
Well, looks like I was totally, totally wrong lol. Nasa has plans to start building a moon base by 2028 according to a leak.


7.) 22 May 2019 13:49:29
Brilliant mate though given building a wall is giving them bother, i'm not too confident.
Also been looking at a couple of talks about the future of space travel. The guy Ryan Weed is interesting. He's talking about Antimatter and its potential for fueling an engine and goes on to explain time dilation as we accelerate at 1G and approach light speed. He recons that at a 1G acceleration we could reach Alpha Centauri in around 5 years. not too bad really.


8.) 22 May 2019 18:32:17
It's very interesting indeed. Although Anti-Matter is somewhat expensive to create at the minute, and we don't currently have a method of mass production for it. But that could all change of course.

I've recently come across a couple of channels which may interest you.

Isaac Arthur
youtube.com/channel/UCZFipeZtQM5CKUjx6grh54g

John Michael Godier
youtube.com/channel/UCEszlI8-W79IsU8LSAiRbDg

Event Horizon - John Michael Godiers's second channel.
youtube.com/channel/UCz3qvETKooktNgCvvheuQDw


9.) 23 May 2019 06:58:24
Cheers bud, I'll take a look.


 

 

29 Apr 2019 14:11:58
Big thanks to Ed033 for setting this page up! Hope for some interesting discussions!

Speaking of which, did anyone see the first ever image of a black hole? picture linked to larger image:

black hole

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25 Apr 2019 20:13:55
Not really a conspiracy (but you could spin it to be one), but I'd like to open up a discussion on something which I find rather interesting.

I'm sure many of you remember in 2015 there was a strange star discovered, it's name is KIC 8462852 aka "Tabby's Star". It was being reported by many that this Star was the first to "show signs of a Kardashev type-3 civilisation" as it had a rather unusual flickering effect going on, which could have possibly been caused by a mega structure known as a Dyson Sphere.

The scientific explanation given by astrophysicists was galactic dust, but they've admitted it's not conclusive.

Now, there is another star that has been discovered which bares striking similarities to Tabby's Star. This new one is known as VVV-WIT-07.

What do you guys think?

Also, Ed033, could we possibly have a page dedicated to space and astrophysics?

hsf

1.) 25 Apr 2019 20:21:17
Nice topic mate. i found this interesting if you'd like to take a look.

Frontiers in Artifact SETI: Waste Heat, Alien Megastructures and Tabbys Star.

{Ed033's Note - I can create a page on here dedicated to space and astrophysics.


2.) 25 Apr 2019 20:24:22
hsf, as much as I want to believe/ know a civilisation could build a Dyson sphere (blows my mind just thinking of the logistics) I'm of the thought, that it is something we have yet to understand/ discover the truth of. Much like most of the Universe.
I can not wait for the James Webb telescope to be finally launched rather than the mofos keep pushing the date back. I know it will just create more questions (which is good) rather than answers though.

Ed033- A space / astrophysics page would be great, mate. Will you be explaining EVERYTHING for us? ;)

{Ed033's Note - Yes, i could explain; life, the universe and everything, but i think you already know the answer.


3.) 29 Apr 2019 13:29:12
I'm definitely excited for the James Webb Telescope and have been following it's progress for a while now.

JWT Recent Accomplishments

You're also correct about the Dyson sphere, we literally have no idea how it would work, any explanations, usually come from Science-Fiction imo, but we'll see. I don't think it will be that much longer until we're exploring further into space and with great detail, when you consider it's taken humans 300 years from the Industrial Revolution to get to where we are now.


 

 

 

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20 Jun 2019 23:51:44
I think this fits in this thread nicely. And yes, that's the Pug guy.

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12 Jun 2019 19:28:17
I must admit, I do enjoy listening to Graham Hancock.

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10 Feb 2019 07:40:31
Interesting, but there has been no magnetic pole shift which has taken less than a few centuries to fully happen, the quickest one (that we know of) happened over 270 years (approx). And humans have survived 4 or 5 temporary magnetic pole shifts in our history, with the last temporary shift coming 41,000 years ago and the last full shift occurring 781,000 years ago.
Archiac Humans have been around for 500,000 years, anatomically modern humans for 200,000 years, so in my opinion, this is just scare mongering.

After reading up on this, the worst case scenario is that people will be more prone to cancers, due to the increased UV radiation, but for the Earth to become a barren wasteland like Mars, we'd need to have no magnetic field at all.

Pole Shift Debunked

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{Ed033's Note - You can't just drop numbers in a reply and assume they are correct.


 

 

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13 Oct 2018 09:59:24
There is an interesting timeline regarding Porton Down.


1916: A facility at the 3000-acre site is established

1920: Research starts on whole-body protection against mustard gas

1930: Porton Down scientists conduct tests on the London Underground to assess vulnerabilities to chemical or biological attack

1940: Site expands and biological warfare research starts

1946: scientists conduct research into war gases and nerve agents with the help of volunteer military personnel

1989: Nerve agent trials cease

1997: Chemical Weapons Convention comes into force, requiring all members to dispose of chemical weapons and their production facilities

1999: Wiltshire Police begin a four-year investigation into the human experiments at Porton Down nearly 50 years earlier

2008: MoD awards £3m compensation to 360 veterans of the tests without admission of liability

2013: Dstl scientists test samples from Syria for Sarin.

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02 Aug 2018 12:34:29
How so Ed? I've not agreed with anything you've said. All I've said is that they used metal tools and that if they were able to forge Bronze and Copper, then they can melt Granit and Limestone.
That has nothing to do with disagreeing with the mainstream.

Everything I mentioned in the above post was mainstream views, so tell me. Where did I agree that they were more advanced than the mainstream says? In fact, my 2nd link is to the University of St. Andrews - a government funded page.

Nice try Ed, but I think now that you've try to spin my words, I'm done. Cya.

hsf

{Ed033's Note - An overreaction hsf, more like you know we can come up with more examples the mainstream never explains and you'll have to admit the mainstream are full of spin and lies.


 

 

 

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02 Jun 2019 17:24:28
I think the footage they are referring to in that article is the Nimitz Encounter.

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22 May 2019 18:32:17
It's very interesting indeed. Although Anti-Matter is somewhat expensive to create at the minute, and we don't currently have a method of mass production for it. But that could all change of course.

I've recently come across a couple of channels which may interest you.

Isaac Arthur
youtube.com/channel/UCZFipeZtQM5CKUjx6grh54g

John Michael Godier
youtube.com/channel/UCEszlI8-W79IsU8LSAiRbDg

Event Horizon - John Michael Godiers's second channel.
youtube.com/channel/UCz3qvETKooktNgCvvheuQDw

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21 May 2019 17:39:47
Well, looks like I was totally, totally wrong lol. Nasa has plans to start building a moon base by 2028 according to a leak.

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20 May 2019 17:14:04
"A bit out there I know, but maybe in line with this site, do you think we've had contact/ have access to non Earth based intelligence? "

No I don't believe so. I'm open to the idea, but I just don't think so.
I personally believe we're one of the first technologically advanced lifeforms. Not the first, but one of the first. I'm of the opinion that the way life happened on Earth is almost too complicated for it to be a common occurance, maybe 2-3 star systems per galaxy can hold life, maybe more, maybe less. But the way it happened on Earth is basically 1 in a billion.

It may make me sound like a skeptic but I prefer to look at it like that, because if we don't find anything in my life time, I won't be too disappointed. But if we do find something then I'll be elated.

Some of those spacecraft look interesting and not too far out of reach. I think our best chance of getting something is if SpaceX and Jeff Bezos work together. I can't see government ventures going much further than they've already gone, they're too busy figuring out how to make bigger and better weapons.

We need another space race/ cold war scenario for governments to really pump money into space again.

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19 May 2019 18:53:36
You're definitely right about it being hardwired into us. However, I just think there are too many hurdles to get over for us to do it.
To start we've yet to develop a means of travel that wouldn't take thousands of years to get somewhere. Yes we may end up harvesting our own solar system, but there isn't anywhere suitable for us to colonise here. Terraforming Mars has been mentioned a few times, but let's be real here, Mars has little or no magnetic field, so we'd end up living in domes as the planet simply can't support an atmosphere. Then there is the fact that Mars has a 3rd of Earth's gravity.

Going further out to places like Proxima Centauri would currently take hundreds of years, and even then if we find a suitable planet in that star system, we'll find ourselves looking at a whole new spectrum of problems. New diseases/ viruses, new poisons in the plantlife, the atmosphere may end up being toxic to us in the long term, the gravity will be different so we may end up suffering from muscle and bone atrophe, then there is the stength of the magnetic field, which could cause issues.

We'd also have to study the patterns of objects within the solar systems, such as asteroids, comets and planetary orbits. We may have miscalculated the Star's lifespan, or maybe someone got there before us?

I just see too many problems and dangers for us to actually do anything.
That's my personal view anyway. It makes me a little sad to be honest.

hsf