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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 16, 2000 06:50:31 UTC

....In recent years these and other related http://www.britanica.net/bcom/eb/article/1/0%2C5716%2C63991+1+62411%2C00.html

objects have been studied at extremely high resolution by means of very-long-baseline interferometry, a technique involving the synchronized observation of a cosmic radio source with multiple-dish interferometers located many kilometres apart.....


.......Radar techniques made it possible to penetrate the dense cloud cover surrounding Venus and reveal valleys and enormous mountains on the planet's surface. Decisive evidence for the correct rotation period of Venus and of Mercury was also provided by radar....
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Remark:
We know for a fact that we can see in to the near past and in to the distant past spacial activities and planetary activities.

WE NOW HAVE A "BY-CORDER" which can see:
1) the past
2) the present as it is happening.

Now how can we see in to the future?

WE NEED A "TRI-CORDER" to be able to see:
1) the past.
2) the present as it is happening.
3) the future alternatives.

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