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?


1.) 25 Apr 2019
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
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
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.