Sunday, November 1, 2015

Flag for KIC 8462852 - Strange Star in the Cygnus Constellation

This flag represents the non-standard star system found in the Cygnus Constellation - KIC 8462852.  It's unique and atypical star light pattern has caught the attention of astronomers and space enthusiasts of Earth.  It has opened the possibility that advanced Cybertronic life may be out there beyond our Solarian Star System.

The colours indicate the declination and right ascension of this star system.  On the left-hoist side is the right ascension which is at the 20th hour, 6 minutes, and 15 seconds.  While on the right-fly side is the declination which is 44 degrees, 27 minutes, and 24 seconds north.  The northern celestial coordinates are indicated by the upwards pointing darts. 

Earth already is a primitive Cybertronic planet, since the mid 20th century.  Eventually it would be possible to build a ring or partial Dyson sphere around a star.  We are a Class 1 Cybertronic Civilization whereby technology is critical to life, but is external to our biological bodies.  Once electronic devices become embeded under the skin we become a class 2 Cybertronic Civilzation.  We are verging closer to Class 2 as people (mostly youth) are essentially addicted to their cell phone devices and will soon be happy to have microchips implanted under their skin.

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