Proof of intelligent design by Serius reptilian aliens

AronRa

Administrator
OK some nut-job, (we'll call him 'Bob') wrote to me a string of messages trying to convince me that Homo sapiens were 'created' not by a god, but by a troup of humanoid reptilians from a planet somewhere in the Serius star system. I posted the entire exchange right here, but as we have come to expect from such people, he immediately began balking at having his delusion examined in open forum. Apparently he is afraid that the lizard people will find out that he is onto them. Somehow he thought he could collect James Randi's million dollar challenge by performing a totally absurd subjective charm spell, promising a vague hallucination with no controls, time limits, or means of verification. Not only is his dementia internally inconsistent on every apparent level, but he is so detached from reality that he thinks that having his challenge posted on this forum would expose him to the lizard people, while collecting the million-dollar prize from the JREF would go unnoticed by everyone. Everyone except Randi, myself, and a few other prominent YouTubers. Consequently Captain tin-foil helmet has asked me to remove all record of this post and the means by which diapsid humanoid alien squamates might find the particular trailer or tool shed that this one-and-only holder of the TRUTH happens to cower in.
 

aeritano

New Member
AronRa.. i am soo sorry you have to deal with these people....

you have way more patience then i have
 

RigelKentaurusA

New Member
Sirius is really a bad system to make an alien origin claim. One star has already gone through the red giant phase (Sirius B) and is now a white dwarf, which would have led to the reshuffling of mass in the system, and who knows what to happen to any planets.
 

kenandkids

New Member
RigelKentaurusA said:
Sirius is really a bad system to make an alien origin claim. One star has already gone through the red giant phase (Sirius B) and is now a white dwarf, which would have led to the reshuffling of mass in the system, and who knows what to happen to any planets.

I wondered about that but forgot to investigate. Do you know of any hypothesis as to what happens in these cases?

On topic, you know that they'll just claim this as a reason that the aliens had to go out from Sirius...
 

televator

New Member
I honestly can't bring myself to read these posts by these reptilian/Illuminati/9-11 nut cases any more than I can stand to stare at a steaming pile of shit.

IDK how Aron can stand it.
 

RigelKentaurusA

New Member
kenandkids said:
RigelKentaurusA said:
Do you know of any hypothesis as to what happens in these cases?
Sirius A and B would have originally been closer together, but the steady loss of matter from Sirius B would have caused the two to separate a bit more to conserve angular momentum. As it is now, the two stars have a minimum separation of ~8 AU. So any planets around either star would need to have been close to their respective stars. As such, any planets orbiting Sirius B would probably have been swallowed by the red giant phase. Planet formation around Sirius A may have been possible, but there wouldn't be a lot of room to work with, having Sirius B close by.

About the closest analogue to Sirius that is known to host a planetary companion is Gliese 86, with a K-type star and a white dwarf separated by ~18 AU. It has been proposed that the planet at Gliese 86 is a "second generation planet." The thinking is that after the red giant phase, a new era of planetary formation may occur in a planetary system, with these "second generation planets" forming from matter accreted by one star from the red giant companion. If Sirius A has planets today, it may not be unreasonable to consider the idea of Sirius B having gone through the red giant phase, Sirius A accreting mattering from the expanding envelope into a disk around itself, and planets forming out of this disk.
 

AronRa

Administrator
Captain tin-foil has returned!

I'll spare you the psychobabble that he's been sending for the last month or so, and just give you the important updates. Now he is convinced that it wasn't really lizard-people from outer space who were causing his hallucinations; now he is convinced that it is Lucifer. I called him a delusional looney and told him to keep his imaginary world to himself and not to message me anymore until he was cured. This seemed to irritate him somewhat, so he started puffing up.
The Sterling Warlock said:
You think its bull huh! , ill tell you what aron, you get someone whos willing to pay me and ill come out to you and give you the drop,.Im 100% positive that Lucifer owns this planet and that I can summon him! you set it up and ill prove it! name the place and time ,..get me someone who is willing to tip me and ill even throw you 15 % of the deal! get me someone like Richard Dawkins who made millions off a book that only a retard would believe ,.im not doing it for less than 40 grand..I will simply paint a symbol on the skin and make him use the pyramid hand gesture! within 1 week Lucifer will give the drop sighting!

you think this is delusional and a prank! youre wrong Aron..youve been wrong ..Im not delusional,im not sick and Im not wrong,.this is so simple its not even funny...Im right about this! bring it on Aron,..Ill roast you in this debate!!
AronRa said:
I'll be in Florida soon. So I can call your bluff without paying you a dime. First though, you'll have to explain how your experiment is supposed to work. In your explanation, include how we will know when or if you have succeeded. Also explain why. If it succeeds, explain how we can tell for sure that it was Lucifer rather than extraterrestrial reptiles or otherwise normal phenomenon. Finally, (and most importantly) include what it will take for you to admit when your experiment has failed. How do we potentially falsify your premise?
Any predictions on what sort of response I should expect?
 

nemesiss

New Member
so he thinks he can summon a being called lucifer... i would suggest to refer him to the amazing randi and the million dollar prize that is still up for grabs.
 
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