Are Strange Distant Stars Evidence Of Super-Advanced Lifeforms?

starivoresVia the Huffington Post, evolutionary anthropologist Cadell Last argues that we are failing to recognize what we see:

Philosopher (and systems theorist) Clément Vidal has pointed out that there are certain binary star systems that astrophysicists have had difficulty explaining with conventional astrophysical models. These binaries are semi-detatched stars that exhibit an energy flow that is irregular, but not out of control. Vidal argues that instead of an astrophysical model, we need an astrobiological model to describe these strange systems.

In essence Vidal is claiming that these systems are not typical binary stars, but rather civilizations that have advanced well passed a Type 1 civilization on the Kardashev scale and are now actively feeding on their parent star. He calls these hypothetical civilizations starivores. And if he is right… then there are approximately 2,000 known starivores in our galaxy alone.

Perhaps, the necessary test is related to understanding the nature of the binary systems “metabolism.” Metabolism is one of the fundamental and necessary conditions for complex living systems because it allows them to draw and sustain order from the surrounding non-living chaos. So if these binary systems are actually intelligent civilizations feeding on their parent star then we should expect a degree of energy flow control that cannot be described by the laws of physics alone.

6 Comments on "Are Strange Distant Stars Evidence Of Super-Advanced Lifeforms?"

  1. Matthew Pare | Oct 26, 2013 at 2:28 pm |

    How this website has not covered the work of Dr. Steven Greer is beyond me. You do not have to look to strange distant stars for life. Countless Air Force pilots, Scientists, and politicians have publicly attested too witnessing alien life and UFOs who not only have visited our planet but are working with members of world Governments. Disinformation has seemed to take on the same stance as anxiety-provoking corporate news networks, which sometimes leaves me wondering if this is simply controlled by part of the cabal where stories get shot down.

    • Kevin_OKeeffe | Oct 28, 2013 at 10:13 am |

      What makes you assume so-called “alien” life comes from outside the Solar system? That seems like an enormous thing to just be assuming. If someone encounters a “Grey”-type being on the planet Earth, the logical assumption is that such beings are part of Terran ecology.

  2. Anarchy Pony | Oct 26, 2013 at 2:30 pm |

    Shouldn’t that be stellarvores?

  3. InfvoCuernos | Oct 26, 2013 at 9:20 pm |

    The Elder Gods say “OMNOMNOM”.

  4. Jonas Planck | Oct 27, 2013 at 2:09 am |

    Eat your heart out, Galactus, you’ve been outclassed!

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