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No one said making a planet smaller was easy.

 

Actually, most of the planets they transmogrified (I'm hesitant to say "terraformed" because that implies making it more like Earth) had solid cores. Thus no volcanism and no tectonic plates. It also meant no internal heat source, but modern technology took care of that. Generally any moon present was towed away and mined in deep space, or else if there was no valuable ore in it, flung into the sun of an uninhabited system.

 

If the target system had many planets of giant size, it might be passed over for transmogrification, simply because the larger planets would be too hard to manage. They preferred to find systems with smaller planets, so it was easier for the massive buildships to alter the courses of all the bodies in the system. It took constant perfection and tweaking, and the buildship fleets often had to stay in systems for centuries after colonization, to prevent destabilization.

 

While actually doing the shaving the entire planet was fitted with structural rods, basically building a giant form around the planet. The rods stuck out like quills from a hedgehog, and then it was fitted with interlocking braces with penetrative lasers facing downwards. This made for an even spherical placement of shaving mechanisms. Also, the structural supports were all intercommunicative, and could adjust to put pressure on or pull certain areas to maintain stability. The build took three (Binx) years, and the actual shaving took two (Binx) days.

 

They shaved three miles more off the planet than necessary. After the shaving, the rods would disperse three miles of artificially created Binx homeworld soil and rock.

 

This was all under supervision of hundreds of Binx scientists and engineers, who would at any moment pull the plug on the operation and have all the Binx ships jump system at the drop of a hat. This happened quite often, and they'd return a few centuries later to see if the system had stabilized or not. Sometimes it had, sometimes it hadn't. If it had, they got right back to work.

 

I'm not sure what a Vogan is, so I think you're making fun of me.

 

 

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Like I said, assuming the planet has tectonic plates is very terracentric. Many planets within our own solar system have solid cores, and thus no tectonic plates.

 

The point would be making the entire planet livable for every creature they wanted to transplant from their homeworld. Like I said, previous colonies were covered in antigravity plating, but plants don't like to grow on metal plating. It became obvious that Binx colonists didn't want to live in some brutal industrial complex, all metal and plastic, so they had to transform whole planets to make it livable not just for the Binx colonists, but trees and animals, too.

 

 

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Why did you come here to tell your story?

 

You started by explaining that we were wrong about the way time travel works, but since then you have obliterated this aspect to tell us about the Binx and other Lu'Pans. What was your first goal when you started this thread and do you still pursue it?

Because even if people don't believe me, at least I can TELL my story. I try to normalize here and now, try to blend in. But my roommate, my girlfriend, my landlady, my employer... they'll never know what I've seen, where I've been, or who I really am. I could tell them, sure, but then I'd have isolated myself from the people I love. So where do I go? The Binx were my friends, my family, my people. How can I ensure they won't be forgotten? If I tell people around me, they'll just throw me in a loony bin.

 

At first when I saw this place, I laughed, because it looked silly. The time travel claims made no sense mechanically! People were asking these "travelers" all about their futures like idiots flocking around a mystic. I didn't want to be just another mystic, I just wanted everyone to see these gypsy fortune tellers for who they were.

 

But when I started talking about myself, it was like a massive weight had lifted off my chest. I could finally tell someone, anyone, my story. I could make sure people remembered the Binx, even if as a joke. People asked me questions, and I started answering. These answers led to more questions. Soon I was revealing everything but my name, and hell, that might be out soon!

 

I look into my girl's eyes and I know that she is confused. She thinks far too often "where did he come from?" And I want to tell her so badly. But I never can. She will never believe me. It will ruin everything. And the same goes for my roommate.

 

So I shuffle around everyday life, going to work, picking up milk, making dinner, watching TV, surfing myspace, going out for drinks, and falling asleep in my girl's arms. And every night I have nightmares of Lu'Pan attacks. And every day I have daydreams of the Binx colonies. And I just want to shout "THIS IS ME, THIS IS WHO I AM! THIS IS WHAT I'VE SEEN!". But all I'd do is put myself at risk.

 

So, everyone, I DON'T CARE IF YOU BELIEVE ME. Seriously, I don't. I just want people to hear and read the story. I want people to remember the Binx, and what they died for. They died so that little nowhere planets like us could live without Lu'Pan oppression. Because mark my words, someday the Lu'Pan will come. It will be hundreds, maybe thousands of years down the line, but when we start popping up on Lu'Pan radar, we will be conquered. And the Binx died trying to prevent that.

 

So even if you don't believe me, what would it hurt to say a little prayer for the forgotten freedom fighters?

 

 

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>>It was the replacement digestive system that allowed me to withstand cyanide because it was all Binx. Bix stomachs and intestines do not absorb cyanide, so it never reaches the blood.<<

 

That's wonderful, but the moment cyanide touches your tongue, you start metabolizing it. And as you breathe in the cyanide vapors, they travel to your lungs where it's ingested, and 90 PPM- which is the size of a pin head- is enough to be fatal. You're not going to win this one- you over reached and now you can't take it back.

 

>>Binx history goes back a few hundred thousand years<<

 

So it was a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, right Obi Won?

 

>>The Lu'Pan added those four hundred systems to their original seven hundred and sixty. The Hij'kule command a little less than three hundred systems, and the Yoorach only have actual control over a few dozen.<<

 

Let me see if I understand this. These alien races are competing to see who controls the most livable planets, right? And looking at our own solar system we have roughly 110 planetary bodies with only one of them capable of sustaining organic life: Earth. But no one is interested in the Earth, right?

 

>>The Binx's technology wasn't exactly intuitive.<<

 

"Technology" is the logical progression of effective and practical solutions. You're saying they can't put stuff together well, but they have a space fleet. You're contradicting yourself.

 

>>the weapons had a certain simplicity about them.<<

 

This is like trying to make someone believe you made an A-bomb in your basement. How? Well you weren't intuitive but you somehow managed to make an atomic bomb... it makes no sense, you are beginning to embarrass yourself. The more you make up, the more you have to live up to. We call this continuity.

 

>>To find the Yoorach homeworld, point at Proxima Centauri, then move 1.74 degrees towards Galactic North. It is about 3.7622 light years past Proxima Centauri.<<

 

Jimmy Earth 1/27/07

 

>>It was overwhelming to think "No other human has ever done this. No other human probably will." I felt like some kind of superhero or a genius explorer. But then it just hit me: home was millions of light years away.<<

 

Jimmy Earth 2/4/07

 

"Proxima Centauri is the nearest known star to the sun, at a distance of about 4.2 light years."

 

http://www.aao.gov.au/images/captions/uks038.html

 

>>As far as Binx clothing goes, its decorative. They have internal genitalia, so that's not an issue.<<

 

Another contradiction. Genitalia is external in humans for a reason- sperm cannot survive at 99.1 degrees. The only way these DNA based life forms could have internal genitalia is if their core temperature is a lot lower than 99.1 degrees, and if this is the case, no transplant from Binx to human could ever possibly happen.

 

>>Like I said, assuming the planet has tectonic plates is very terracentric. Many planets within our own solar system have solid cores, and thus no tectonic plates.<<

 

A blatant error. If a planet has a solid core, then how is it heated? How can it rotate and orbit? And if you're scooping up and terraforming planets, aren't you also getting rid of the most important part of the planet: topsoil? What good is bedrock?

 

>>So, everyone, I DON'T CARE IF YOU BELIEVE ME. Seriously, I don't. I just want people to hear and read the story. I want people to remember the Binx, and what they died for.<<

 

Cool- then move your story over to the Fan Fiction section of this site and you can post away until your fur turns blue.

 

>>So, everyone, I DON'T CARE IF YOU BELIEVE ME. Seriously, I don't. I just want people to hear and read the story. I want people to remember the Binx, and what they died for.<<

 

BTW- this statement rells me you're 90% done.

 

 

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A few years ago, I was shopping for a good used SUV. I went to used car lots. In one of them, they had a 2002 Grand Cherokee Eddie Bauer limited edition with leather seats, etc. etc. and it was like $5,000 (when it should have been more like $12,000). I tried starting it up but it didn't work- it needed a jump start. The salesman told me the battery was simply drained.

 

Then black smoke started coming out of the car's exhaust- the salesman told me the car needed an oil change. Then I took it for a test drive and found out the car couldn't go above the third gear- the salesman told me the car needed a belt ajustment. Then I put the AC on and thick, white smoke started filling up the car- the salesman told me the AC needed some freon.

 

What does this true story have in common with yours, Jimmy Earth? In every case and with every contradiction you make, both you and the car salesman always had an explanation... you were always there to overly complicate things with an alternate explanation.

 

"No- the car's not a piece of crap- it only needs an oil change."

 

"I DON'T CARE IF YOU BELIEVE ME. Seriously, I don't. I just want people to hear and read the story."

 

If you make a wacko claim, it's your responsibility to support it- to make sure it keeps making sense. And this is where you fail, Obi Won.

 

 

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That's wonderful, but the moment cyanide touches your tongue, you start metabolizing it. And as you breathe in the cyanide vapors, they travel to your lungs where it's ingested, and 90 PPM- which is the size of a pin head- is enough to be fatal. You're not going to win this one- you over reached and now you can't take it back.

That's assuming it's in liquid form. ;-) Don't assume.

 

So it was a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, right Obi Won?

Nope, same galaxy. And this takes place in the future. So what, because the species is old, you crack a Star Wars joke? Your wit grows thin.

 

Let me see if I understand this. These alien races are competing to see who controls the most livable planets, right? And looking at our own solar system we have roughly 110 planetary bodies with only one of them capable of sustaining organic life: Earth. But no one is interested in the Earth, right?

Earth isn't livable to most extraterrestrial species.

 

"Technology" is the logical progression of effective and practical solutions. You're saying they can't put stuff together well, but they have a space fleet. You're contradicting yourself.

The INTERFACE wasn't intuitive to me. The example I gave was proper: their keyboards are set up radically different than ours.

 

This is like trying to make someone believe you made an A-bomb in your basement. How? Well you weren't intuitive but you somehow managed to make an atomic bomb... it makes no sense, you are beginning to embarrass yourself. The more you make up, the more you have to live up to. We call this continuity.

What the hell are you talking about? Who made an atom bomb in their basement? Are you on drugs? The weapons had a certain simplicity, what's weird about that? There's a shooty end, and you push a button, and the weapon fires. The actual mechanism is complex of course, but the user doesn't need a whole lot of training.

 

"Proxima Centauri is the nearest known star to the sun, at a distance of about 4.2 light years."

 

http://www.aao.gov.au/images/captions/uks038.html

And? That's the Yoorach homeworld, which is incredibly closer to Earth than the Binx's. I told you that.

 

Another contradiction. Genitalia is external in humans for a reason- sperm cannot survive at 99.1 degrees. The only way these DNA based life forms could have internal genitalia is if their core temperature is a lot lower than 99.1 degrees, and if this is the case, no transplant from Binx to human could ever possibly happen.

Again, terracentric. The Binx's cellular nuclei had thermoprotective layers like nothing seen on Earth. "Oh now you're just blaming it on alien physiology" - hell yes. It's alien. But it's okay, it's not like you could foresee... you know, anything beyond your narrow personal experience. But try to wrap your mind around this one, okay? Okay.

 

A blatant error. If a planet has a solid core, then how is it heated? How can it rotate and orbit? And if you're scooping up and terraforming planets, aren't you also getting rid of the most important part of the planet: topsoil? What good is bedrock?

You know I hear stars are a pretty good source of heat these days. Sometimes when a planet orbits one, it's called a "sun". Can you say "sun"? Good boy!

 

Plenty of celestial bodies orbit without molten cores. See: The goddamned Moon.

 

 

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More than one of your responses have seemed drug-induced and overlook statements I've repeated over and over. Perhaps you should just quit reading this thread and go drop your pants in front of a John Titor post. You already have a rubbery one for him. And the blood rushing from your brain to all three inches of you must be the reason you can't focus on what I'm actually saying half the time. Goodnight little small-minded boy, your meaningless LSD-invoked responses are no longer welcome!

 

 

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Jimmy Earth wrote: "More than one of your responses have seemed drug-induced and overlook statements I've repeated over and over. Perhaps you should just quit reading this thread and go drop your pants in front of a John Titor post. You already have a rubbery one for him. And the blood rushing from your brain to all three inches of you must be the reason you can't focus on what I'm actually saying half the time. Goodnight little small-minded boy, your meaningless LSD-invoked responses are no longer welcome!"

 

You are nasty.

 

 

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Pamela,

 

He's not simply "nasty", he's a troll.

 

The "associate" that told me to tell Jimmy

 

"You, my friend, sound like a paranoid schizophrenic with hallucinatory tendancies and delusions of grandeur. Seek help.."

was none other than Jimmy. I was quoting a message from him to another member on a seperate forum where he is posting the same story.

 

http://pub38.bravenet.com/forum/3193897067/fetch/602292/

 

Like all the other trolls who stop by here, in a couple of weeks he too will be gone.

 

He said in bold, red all caps that doesn't care if we believe him. But he sure does seem to care whether or not we read his story.

 

The question then becomes, why should we care that he wants his story read? What motivation has he provided that would inspire people here to want to read his story (other than to provide us with some entertainment in the form of criticizing it)?

 

 

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>but the moment cyanide touches your tongue, you start metabolizing it. And as you breathe in the cyanide vapors, they travel to your lungs where it's ingested<

 

>>That's assuming it's in liquid form.<<

 

How else do you digest something? Solid, liquid, gas- take your pick.

 

>>Earth isn't livable to most extraterrestrial species.<<

 

If the Earth isn't livable to most aliens, then how could you survive on their planets?

 

>>And? That's the Yoorach homeworld, which is incredibly closer to Earth than the Binx's. I told you that.<<

 

Okay, then make up your mind- did you travel 4.2 light years or millions of light years?

 

>>The Binx's cellular nuclei had thermoprotective layers like nothing seen on Earth.<<

 

Then how do the Binx organs work on you if they're so alien to humans?

 

>>You know I hear stars are a pretty good source of heat these days. Sometimes when a planet orbits one, it's called a "sun". Can you say "sun"?<<

 

So you think the Earth gets its heat from the sun? Then why doesn't the temperature at night drop to 300 below zero?

 

>>Plenty of celestial bodies orbit without molten cores. See: The Moon.<<

 

The moon is glued to the Earth which has a liquid core and is locked into place; it doesen't orbit. If the moon was a planet, the gravity of the sun would kick start the moon's solid core just like the Earth's. Amazing- you spent four years on alien planets and seem to know all kinda of stuff, but not the basic principles that make it work. See: Titan.

 

Remember when I wrote >>It's only a matter of time until someone takes the time to rip apart your story and when that happens, you will miraculously disappear as have the scores of other weirdo storytellers who have come and gone<< You're now 95% done.

 

 

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Jimmy/Timmy Wrote:

 

"More than one of your responses have seemed drug-induced and overlook statements I've repeated over and over. "

 

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....

 

The Hubble Space Telescope on drugs???? You LOL....Je, Je, Je...

 

http://www.rense.com/1.imagesC/sat.jpg

 

"They" are looking for You...

 

http://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/content/islington/gazette/news/story.aspx?brand=ISLGOnline&category=news&tBrand=northlondon24&tCategory=newsislg&itemid=WeED02%20Feb%202007%2016%3A56%3A48%3A657

 

--

 

Regards

 

5,6. The Moral Law causes the people to be in complete

 

accord with their ruler, so that they will follow him

 

regardless of their lives, undismayed by any danger.

 

SUN TZU ON THE ART OF WAR

 

 

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<FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="http://www.timetravelinstitute.com/ttiforum/dopoll.php"><INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME="pollname" VALUE="1170792113Darby">

 

How Many Posts Before Jimmy Totally Loses It and Implodes as a Flame-Bomb

 

<input type="radio" name="option" value="1" />He'll Burst Into Flames Upon His Next Post

 

<input type="radio" name="option" value="2" />Next Post Will Sizzle - But Two More Posts and He Goes "Pop"

 

<input type="radio" name="option" value="3" />Three Posts. The Bink Then Snatch Him Up and Give Him Binx Ears and Nose. Thereafter He Bursts Into Flames

 

<INPUT TYPE=Submit NAME=Submit VALUE="Submit vote" class="buttons"></form>

 

 

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all i can say is "wow"

 

i think i should write a tutorial on how to make a believable TT claim...

 

lesson#1:when your lying, dont make things too complex, you end up forgetting alot

 

lesson#2:dont talk about space. it really messes with rule#1 man...

 

lesson#3:dont flame on those who you wish to convince

 

i could find a number of inconsistencies in your story,this was just a lil faster :P

 

btw anyone look him up on whois?

 

 

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>>He'll Burst Into Flames Upon His Next Post<<

 

I can't stop laughing everytime I read it.

 

My guess it was yeyeman- Jimmy Earth's email is a gmail.com account just like Zeshua and also yeyeman. He then used thecloak.com to once again conceal his identity/ISP, which traced back to the west coast. As to why I think it was him, it fits the profile- short tempered and cocky so he's young (Jose is 17, Jimmy was 18 until I corrected him then he was 24), it's a "weird supernatural story" like Jose's, plus yeyeman wasn't here adding his two cents- yeyeman stopped posting the same day Jimmy Earth started. I'm only glad we stamped it out before it caught wildfire like Zeshua- good try Jose.

 

 

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Again the brain-dead pill-popping zealot comes to wave his arms at phantoms.

 

How else do you digest something? Solid, liquid, gas- take your pick.

They sprinkle solid cyanide over their food like salt. Of course it has to be taken in moderation - like you said, it starts metabolizing as soon as it hits your tongue. But there are no fumes, and it doesn't dissolve in saliva very quickly.

 

If the Earth isn't livable to most aliens, then how could you survive on their planets?

This is my umpteenth time repeating myself: pressure suits, gravity suits, the like.

 

Okay, then make up your mind- did you travel 4.2 light years or millions of light years?

The 4.2 million lightyears comes from when you asked me about the location of the Yoorach homeworld, and I told you where it was. But I never went to the Yoorach homeworld. I went to the Binx homeworld, which is on the opposite side of the galaxy.

 

Then how do the Binx organs work on you if they're so alien to humans?

Good question. I don't know. The Binx weren't sure either. Like I said, I was studied and prodded the galaxy over by Binx scientists because no one could figure it out. They had theories, but nothing for sure.

 

So you think the Earth gets its heat from the sun? Then why doesn't the temperature at night drop to 300 below zero?

Because we have an atmosphere that doesn't disperse heat that easily. It's called "convection".

 

The moon is glued to the Earth which has a liquid core and is locked into place; it doesen't orbit. If the moon was a planet, the gravity of the sun would kick start the moon's solid core just like the Earth's. Amazing- you spent four years on alien planets and seem to know all kinda of stuff, but not the basic principles that make it work. See: Titan.

If the moon didn't rotate, we wouldn't be seeing the same side of it every time. It's an inverted rotation.

 

 

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Pretty hilarious, because I have no idea what you're talking about. Not like you'll believe me, but you see conspiracy wherever you look. I use gmail because it's better than other email accounts. My ISP comes from the west coast because I use Comcast Digital Service here on the west coast. Yea. I live in Seattle. Belltown, just north of Downtown, and just south of Queen Anne.

 

I think you're pretty funny, man. How many hits of acid do you TAKE a day? And who is your dealer? Give me the hookups, son!

 

 

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Aren't you something Jimmy boy. I think Darby is right about you - you're going to explode in a 'flamebomb' very soon.

 

The reason why I dropped asking the questions, is because you're stepping over the thin red between the true and fake story. Why? You claim all sort of things, but you forget to check if your story holds the 'hot air' it holds in it. I said you that these people are highly sceptical. You have failed on checking your 'story-ground' against the reality and there are several inconsistencies in your story. Then again these people would buy your story better, if you wouldn't be so rude them. I tried advocate you to try be friendly, but you're failing on it.

 

One thing (of the many things) which is coming out as questionable, is your story about the resurrection - it's really something else then what it really should be. When it comes to the other ones ... I think you know what I mean.

 

 

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Ladies & Gentlemen,

 

As I told Jimmy a while back he is a talented writer. However, he's a dismal failure as a communicator. And there's the rub.

 

This is a BBS forum where people attempt to communicate their ideas to the rest of us in order to influence our perceptions of the "world". Jimmy has put forth a sci-fi story and begged people to read it. They haven't. No one cares about the story because the author chose to become a literary suicide flame-bomber while whispering to himself that he's aggressively promoting his story.

 

Jimmy alluded to his self pride regarding his writing abilities. That's the witchery of pride in action. The workman is blaming the tools for his inability to get anyone interested in the story.

 

 

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