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The Starmaker
2018-02-22 07:19:10 UTC
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Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
never been answered to the question that never been asked..


Why are all the planets surface color is Red?

All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
surface color is red..Why is that?

Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...


the birth of Red.


Blue is the first color

Green is the second color...

and Red is the Third color.
Hägar
2018-02-22 16:59:58 UTC
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"The Starmaker" wrote in message news:***@ix.netcom.com...

Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
never been answered to the question that never been asked..


Why are all the planets surface color is Red?

All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
surface color is red..Why is that?

Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...


the birth of Red.


Blue is the first color

Green is the second color...

and Red is the Third color.


*** the color red is derived from the oxidation of iron, in effect, it is
plain old rust. Star fusion stops when the fusion process reaches
the element iron and a Supernova occurs. That's why iron is the
most abundant solid element in the universe. It is so abundant
here on Earth, that in some areas of Australia and Russia it can
be surface mined. Traces of oxygen will bind to iron and form
rust.
The Starmaker
2018-02-22 17:46:28 UTC
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Hägar wrote:
>
> "The Starmaker" wrote in message news:***@ix.netcom.com...
>
> Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
> never been answered to the question that never been asked..
>
> Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
>
> All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
> surface color is red..Why is that?
>
> Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...
>
> the birth of Red.
>
> Blue is the first color
>
> Green is the second color...
>
> and Red is the Third color.
>
> *** the color red is derived from the oxidation of iron, in effect, it is
> plain old rust. Star fusion stops when the fusion process reaches
> the element iron and a Supernova occurs. That's why iron is the
> most abundant solid element in the universe. It is so abundant
> here on Earth, that in some areas of Australia and Russia it can
> be surface mined. Traces of oxygen will bind to iron and form
> rust.


Well, ...that is what I said. I don't like to use 'scientific terms' when I can describe it more simplier.


Red is the oxidation of the big bang. The Red hot burning at the big bang is called ...rapid oxidation. What you
described was ...Slow oxidation.
hanson
2018-02-22 23:05:28 UTC
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"Evonne Lamarr" <***@liwowa.ar> wrote:
>
SternKacker" <***@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>> Here is a question never been asked, never been answered
>> Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
>> Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...
>> the birth of Red. Blue is the first color
>> Green is the second color... and Red is the Third color.
> Red is the oxidation of the big bang. The Red hot burning at the
>> big bang is called ...rapid oxidation.
> Well, ...that is what I said. I don't like to use 'scientific terms'
> when I can describe it more simplier.
>> What you described was ...Slow oxidation.
>
> "Hägar" <***@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> *** the color red is derived from the oxidation of iron, in effect, it
>> is plain old rust. Star fusion stops when the fusion process reaches
>> the element iron and a Supernova occurs. That's why iron is the most
>> abundant solid element in the universe. It is so abundant here on
>> Earth, that in some areas of Australia and Russia it can be surface
>> mined. Traces of oxygen will bind to iron and form rust.
>
"Evonne Lamarr" wrote:
> "Hägar", are you just implying that those planets are rich in oxygen?
> Oxygen and ozone are poisonous, and should be handle with
> maximal care.
>
hanson wrote:
Iron is an utterly fascinating element:
>
Fe catches & releases the oxygen in the blood's Haemin.

Iron is part of the colors that make your stool look brown
>
Iron, in form of its Fe(3+) oxides gives the brown color
to facial cosmetics, to color Glass (beer) Bottles and
to Adobe Bricks used to build the 1st human housings.
>
Iron in Aluminum,Mg,Ca, Fe-Silicates is used in concrete
to build modern Freeways and Hi-rises, which are reinforced
>
by Iron as a metal, as rebars, or more generally Iron in
its metal alloy state is very durable and strong, and is
und is used to house, transport and defend ourselves.
>
Iron is also an extremely volatile element when it combines
with carbon monoxide into Iron penta carbonyl, (Fe(CO)5.
>
Fe(CO)5 is formed in interstellar dust clouds where
it synthesizes with H, O, C & N, most of the needed
amino acids that are necessary for protein formation.
>
Fe(CO)5 is produced in industrial quantities here
on earth and is a liquid that boils at 103°C, roughly
the same temp as is water.
>
Fe(CO)5 is extremely toxic, while Irron alone and
other Iron compounds are essential for life to exist.
>
Iron which was born in the final labors of a dying star
gave you the gift of life and iron rules over your existence
with its... well... iron fist!
>
>
>
PS:
For sticklers: Instead of Iron, there is Copper an Cobalt
used the blood of some ancients life forms.
Hägar
2018-02-22 23:13:57 UTC
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"hanson" wrote in message news:p6nicd$o00$***@dont-email.me...

"Evonne Lamarr" <***@liwowa.ar> wrote:
>
SternKacker" <***@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>> Here is a question never been asked, never been answered
>> Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
>> Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...
>> the birth of Red. Blue is the first color
>> Green is the second color... and Red is the Third color.
> Red is the oxidation of the big bang. The Red hot burning at the
>> big bang is called ...rapid oxidation.
> Well, ...that is what I said. I don't like to use 'scientific terms'
> when I can describe it more simplier.
>> What you described was ...Slow oxidation.
>
> "Hägar" <***@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> *** the color red is derived from the oxidation of iron, in effect, it
>> is plain old rust. Star fusion stops when the fusion process reaches
>> the element iron and a Supernova occurs. That's why iron is the most
>> abundant solid element in the universe. It is so abundant here on
>> Earth, that in some areas of Australia and Russia it can be surface
>> mined. Traces of oxygen will bind to iron and form rust.
>
"Evonne Lamarr" wrote:
> "Hägar", are you just implying that those planets are rich in oxygen?
> Oxygen and ozone are poisonous, and should be handle with
> maximal care.
>
hanson wrote:
Iron is an utterly fascinating element:
>
Fe catches & releases the oxygen in the blood's Haemin.

Iron is part of the colors that make your stool look brown
>
Iron, in form of its Fe(3+) oxides gives the brown color
to facial cosmetics, to color Glass (beer) Bottles and
to Adobe Bricks used to build the 1st human housings.
>
Iron in Aluminum,Mg,Ca, Fe-Silicates is used in concrete
to build modern Freeways and Hi-rises, which are reinforced
>
by Iron as a metal, as rebars, or more generally Iron in
its metal alloy state is very durable and strong, and is
und is used to house, transport and defend ourselves.
>
Iron is also an extremely volatile element when it combines
with carbon monoxide into Iron penta carbonyl, (Fe(CO)5.
>
Fe(CO)5 is formed in interstellar dust clouds where
it synthesizes with H, O, C & N, most of the needed
amino acids that are necessary for protein formation.
>
Fe(CO)5 is produced in industrial quantities here
on earth and is a liquid that boils at 103°C, roughly
the same temp as is water.
>
Fe(CO)5 is extremely toxic, while Irron alone and
other Iron compounds are essential for life to exist.
>
Iron which was born in the final labors of a dying star
gave you the gift of life and iron rules over your existence
with its... well... iron fist!
>
>
>
PS:
For sticklers: Instead of Iron, there is Copper an Cobalt
used the blood of some ancients life forms.


>>>calm down, Hanson ... if these numbnutzes had any idea
about stellar evolution and the fusion sequence in stars, they
would know the answer to the "red color" question and wouldn't
hang around in this worthless NG.
hanson
2018-02-23 02:57:56 UTC
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Nyshift-shitter "Evonne Lamarr" <***@liwowa.ar> who
is a "Lamer von near" opened her mouth wide & wrote:
>
> hanson wrote:
>
>> "Evonne Lamarr" wrote:
>>> "Hägar", are you just implying that those planets are rich in oxygen?
>>> Oxygen and ozone are poisonous, and should be handle with maximal care.
>>>
>> hanson wrote:
>> Iron is an utterly fascinating element:
>> Fe catches & releases the oxygen in the blood's Haemin.
>> Iron is part of the colors that make your stool look brown
>> < "Lame-arse" snipped the rest of the post to express
>> her Sanctimony and to cover up her morbid coprohilia>
>>
>
"Lamer von near", "Evonne Lamarr", wrote:
> This is sick. Are you looking stool? I never look at stool.
>
hanson wrote:
"Lame-arse", keep your loud-mouth wide open but your eyes
shut & ask for <https://tinyurl.com/Glazier-s-sexual-harassments>
to rect-orate you. Bert says that he knows how everything works.
Good luck.
>
>
>
hmmm...<snicker>...<chortle>...ahahahAHAHA...ROTFLMAO


.
hanson
2018-02-23 15:47:24 UTC
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The nymshifting twat-stool-"Evonne Lamarr" <***@liwowa.ar> wrote
angry sanctimony that rivals the one posted by her doppelganger
Glazier who is <http://tinyurl.com/The-Chosen-Graveyard-Vandal>
under whose sphincter Lamarr happily laid herself to feast on Bert's
stool: <http://pbs.twimg.com/media/A8MGOU-CQAEaZw4.jpg>
>
>
.>
>
>
hmmm...<snicker>...<chortle>...ahahahAHAHA...ROTFLMAO
The Starmaker
2018-02-23 01:12:30 UTC
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Hägar wrote:
>
> "The Starmaker" wrote in message news:***@ix.netcom.com...
>
> Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
> never been answered to the question that never been asked..
>
> Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
>
> All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
> surface color is red..Why is that?
>
> Because that which you call 'the big bang' is actually...
>
> the birth of Red.
>
> Blue is the first color
>
> Green is the second color...
>
> and Red is the Third color.
>
> *** the color red is derived from the oxidation of iron, in effect, it is
> plain old rust. Star fusion stops when the fusion process reaches
> the element iron and a Supernova occurs. That's why iron is the
> most abundant solid element in the universe. It is so abundant
> here on Earth, that in some areas of Australia and Russia it can
> be surface mined. Traces of oxygen will bind to iron and form
> rust.


is that what causing all that red on Mars, ...oxygen????
The Starmaker
2018-02-23 07:05:33 UTC
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palsing wrote:
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> On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 11:18:24 PM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote:
> > Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
> > never been answered to the question that never been asked..
> >
> >
> > Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
> >
> > All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
> > surface color is red..Why is that?
>
> They're not all red...
>
> http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/about-us/58-our-solar-system/planets-and-dwarf-planets/planet-watching/249-what-color-is-each-planet-intermediate


Okay, let me give you an example of the link you provided:

Jupiter: orange and white bands. The white bands are colored by ammonia clouds, while
the orange comes from ammonium hydrosulfide clouds. None of the four "gas giant" planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune)
has a solid surface, so all we see are just clouds in their atmospheres.



Now, I wrote:

"All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe surface color is red"

The operative word is..."surface". the surface color..


In other words, the white clouds you see in the sky is not considered the surface of the earth.
Peter Trei
2018-02-23 14:29:15 UTC
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On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 2:04:41 AM UTC-5, The Starmaker wrote:
> palsing wrote:
> >
> > On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 11:18:24 PM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote:
> > > Here is a question never been asked, and an answer to the question that
> > > never been answered to the question that never been asked..
> > >
> > >
> > > Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
> > >
> > > All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
> > > surface color is red..Why is that?
> >
> > They're not all red...
> >
> > http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/about-us/58-our-solar-system/planets-and-dwarf-planets/planet-watching/249-what-color-is-each-planet-intermediate
>
>
> Okay, let me give you an example of the link you provided:
>
> Jupiter: orange and white bands. The white bands are colored by ammonia clouds, while
> the orange comes from ammonium hydrosulfide clouds. None of the four "gas giant" planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune)
> has a solid surface, so all we see are just clouds in their atmospheres.
>
>
>
> Now, I wrote:
>
> "All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe surface color is red"
>
> The operative word is..."surface". the surface color..
>
>
> In other words, the white clouds you see in the sky is not considered the surface of the earth.

Iron is part of the story, as Hagar says. In the outer solar system, the action of solar ultraviolet on methane and other simple carbon compounds also produce
'tholins', complex organic compounds, which look reddish.

http://www.planetary.org/blogs/guest-blogs/2015/0722-what-in-the-worlds-are-tholins.html

pt
The Starmaker
2018-02-23 16:49:11 UTC
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palsing wrote:
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> "In other words, the white clouds you see in the sky is not considered the surface of the earth."
>
> And the blue of the ocean?


I was talking about all the other planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe, not our earth.

The earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a blue surface, the rest are Red.



The question is not Why the earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a Blue surface...


the question is why is the rest of them have a Red surface? All red.
The Starmaker
2018-02-24 17:20:16 UTC
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The Starmaker wrote:
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> palsing wrote:
> >
> > "In other words, the white clouds you see in the sky is not considered the surface of the earth."
> >
> > And the blue of the ocean?
>
> I was talking about all the other planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe, not our earth.
>
> The earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a blue surface, the rest are Red.
>
> The question is not Why the earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a Blue surface...
>
> the question is why is the rest of them have a Red surface? All red.


Okay, it seems that some of you don't understand what Red means...


Pluto: The 'Other' Red Planet
https://www.nasa.gov/nh/pluto-the-other-red-planet


How much Red does a planet need to contain in order for it to be named a Red planet?


Now, most of yous live on a blue planet but the surface you're standing on does not have any ...blue.

I really don't know what to do about that...i don't know how to communicate with...retards.
The Starmaker
2018-02-24 18:06:08 UTC
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As I mentioned in the past..

if you understand Colors
you can understand the universe.

Red, Green and Blue.


If a planet's surface is the color...Green,

it can mean only one thing..it's has vegetation.

There is no other explanation for a planet to have a Green surface
other than Green equals vegetation.

Any planets out there with a Green surface????
The Starmaker
2018-02-24 20:18:04 UTC
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The Starmaker wrote:
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> As I mentioned in the past..
>
> if you understand Colors
> you can understand the universe.
>
> Red, Green and Blue.
>
> If a planet's surface is the color...Green,
>
> it can mean only one thing..it's has vegetation.
>
> There is no other explanation for a planet to have a Green surface
> other than Green equals vegetation.
>
> Any planets out there with a Green surface????


In other words..

there is no one out there

that give an explaination

on why or how a planet out there

can have a Green surface color

other than it being a result of...vegetation.


No one!

There is no other explaination.


No alternative explaination.

zilch.

zero.


Got it? Capice??


Comprende??
The Starmaker
2018-02-26 06:50:11 UTC
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The Starmaker wrote:
>
> The Starmaker wrote:
> >
> > As I mentioned in the past..
> >
> > if you understand Colors
> > you can understand the universe.
> >
> > Red, Green and Blue.
> >
> > If a planet's surface is the color...Green,
> >
> > it can mean only one thing..it's has vegetation.
> >
> > There is no other explanation for a planet to have a Green surface
> > other than Green equals vegetation.
> >
> > Any planets out there with a Green surface????
>
> In other words..
>
> there is no one out there
>
> that give an explaination
>
> on why or how a planet out there
>
> can have a Green surface color
>
> other than it being a result of...vegetation.
>
> No one!
>
> There is no other explaination.
>
> No alternative explaination.
>
> zilch.
>
> zero.
>
> Got it? Capice??
>
> Comprende??


It seems that yous have no understanding about ...Colors.

There is just three Colors, Red, Blue and Green.


On earth the Blue is the first color...blue water and blue sky.

The second color is Green. That is the Green grass..

holding up the green grass is the Red.




NASA claims there are 20 billion earths...did they mentioned what color are they?


Why out of 20 billions earth NASA hasn't metioned any of them has a Green color surface???? Not one!


Certainly they can lie about it and make one with 'false colors' of green....why haven't they????


(NASA recently showed a picture of Mars red on top and blue in the ground...but there should be green in the middle...why did they left it out?


You cannot have red on top, blue at the bottom with out green in the middle...it's just impossible.
The Starmaker
2018-02-23 17:26:16 UTC
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Michael Moroney wrote:
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> The Starmaker <***@ix.netcom.com> writes:
>
> >Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
>
> >All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
> >surface color is red..Why is that?
>
> Why would you claim that?
>
> Mercury: gray
> Venus surface: Not very clear, probably brownish to red, you can
> have that.
> Earth: blue (eliminating the white from clouds, but ice caps
> would still count)
> Mars: red
> Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune: Unknown.
> Pluto, if you count it: Brown.

Pluto: The 'Other' Red Planet
https://www.nasa.gov/nh/pluto-the-other-red-planet



I was talking about all the other planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe, not our earth.

The earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a blue surface, the rest are Red.



The question is not Why the earth is the only planet in the entire universe with a Blue surface...


the question is why is the rest of them have a Red surface? All red.



Mercury: gray???? I'm talking about "color", grey is without color.




All the planets in our solar system and the rest of the universe
surface color is red..Why is that?
The Starmaker
2018-02-23 19:16:37 UTC
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Michael Moroney wrote:
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> The Starmaker <***@ix.netcom.com> writes:
>
> >Michael Moroney wrote:
> >> The Starmaker <***@ix.netcom.com> writes:
> >>
> >> >Why are all the planets surface color is Red?
> >>
> >> Why would you claim that?
> >>
> >> Mercury: gray
>
> >Mercury: gray???? I'm talking about "color", grey is without color.
>
> OK, so if Mercury has no color, obviously it can't be red.
> So your claim is false. QED.

but I'm talking about ...colors, like red, blue and green, not without colors..

with color.


and besides, Mercury is not grey...it's Red.



Since you're only focused on mercury only...



Look it up...


Here is a picture of Mercury...


https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130301.html


What color is it?
The Starmaker
2018-02-24 04:14:25 UTC
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palsing wrote:
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> On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 11:16:40 AM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote:
>
> > Here is a picture of Mercury...
> >
> >
> > https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130301.html
> >
> >
> > What color is it?
>
> Well, it sure isn't red, as anyone can see there isn't a lick of red there. From your own link we can all read for ourselves...
>
> "The colors of the solar system's innermost planet are enhanced in this tantalizing view, based on global image data from the Mercury-orbiting MESSENGER spacecraft. Human eyes would not discern the clear color differences..."


Well, if it isn't Red...what color is it??? Green? Blue?


Where's the Grey?


Maybe you see Pink...

or Yellow Mello.


The surface color of the earth is Blue...if you don't count the gold fish.


The fact is, the surface of a planet can only be one of these three colors, Red, Blue or Green.


Are there any planets out there whose surface color is Green or Blue????


That only leaves you with...fuckin Red!


Get wit the program.


Calling Mars the Red Planet is stupid.
The Starmaker
2018-02-26 20:08:09 UTC
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palsing wrote:
>
> On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 8:13:41 PM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote:
> > palsing wrote:
> > >
> > > On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 11:16:40 AM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote:
> > >
> > > > Here is a picture of Mercury...
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130301.html
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > What color is it?
> > >
> > > Well, it sure isn't red, as anyone can see there isn't a lick of red there. From your own link we can all read for ourselves...
> > >
> > > "The colors of the solar system's innermost planet are enhanced in this tantalizing view, based on global image data from the Mercury-orbiting MESSENGER spacecraft. Human eyes would not discern the clear color differences..."
> >
> >
> > Well, if it isn't Red...what color is it??? Green? Blue?
>
> Your link clearly shows lots of colors! But NO RED! NONE! Have another look...
>
> https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130301.html


I don't understand...

they say earth is the blue planet...even at a big distance it is blue...a blue dot.


Certaintly the surface you're standing on is either an asphalt jungle or green grass...nobody is standing on ...water.


So, do I need to explain...averages????


I mean, come on...what goes here?


If you take that link
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130301.html

and download the image:
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/1303/PIA16853mercury_900.jpg

open it up in photoshop
Duplicate layer
click Filter
click Blur
click...Average

and there is your Red.


Now, don't come here with all this 'reddish brown' talk...or rusty red, or greyish red...it's the Red family.


There isn't no getting around it.
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