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About the Spacenoodles� Characters

The Spacenoodles characters come from the Centauri globular star cluster whose scientific name is NGC 5139. This beautiful collection of stars (about 100 light years in diameter) is the largest and brightest cluster in the sky and is about 17,000 light years from planet earth, a light year is 5.88 trillion miles knowing light travels 186,000 miles per second or 7.5 times around the earth in one second, speeds incomprehensible to the human mind.

The Spacenoodles characters live in a region of the cluster where the stars are about 3 to 5 light years apart thus permitting continuous and uninterrupted evolution over a six billion year period of time by skip hopping from a burned out star system to a new one whose life and planets are just beginning.

This rich and productive galactic system has spawned such diverse life forms as chlorophyllic based intelligent plant life not to mention the terrifying laser breathing dragon whose antimater biological structure is based on the element silicone and is primarily fibrous asbestos.

These loveable Spacenoodles characters are considered galactic treasures and are protected by the space age-android inhabitants of planet X, the most scientifically advanced society in the Centauri globular star cluster, some several million years beyond that of planet earth.


Character Description

Little Green People, who are intelligent plant life are made of chlorophyll, and live in orbit about the Centauri globular star cluster located 17,000 light years from earth.

Due to millions of years of "sling shot/crack the whip" gravitational accelerations induced from the nearby multiple solar systems, their orbital velocity around this beautiful collection of stars is approximately 20% the speed of light and hence due to Einstein's relativity discovery the spatial time disparagement makes one of their months equal to one of our years.

What makes a rainbow: we have all learned that sun light passing through a glass prism makes a rainbow i.e. a light catcher hanging on our window makes a rainbow on the opposite wall.

The outside rainbow is made from the sun shining through a rain cloud. The rain in the cloud acts as a prism and the curve in the rainbow comes from the circular shape of the sun.

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