# Planet Nestor - The New World - Built(64) with FOD=6_4 Algorithm

Planet Nestor - Our 'Nextdoor' Neighbors - Is Predicted Using The FOD=6_4 Algorithm

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Fod, and the Word was FOD."

Planet Nestor is the predicted nearest 'true Earthlike plan-it'; it's nextdoor to us and humanoids have a nest or base there. Nestor was built64=B2+U21+I9+ L12+T20 with the mathematical model/algorithm of FOD=6_4(F6+O+D4)...

Nestor has 6 continents/4 don't touch its equater/4 LARGE land masses. 4 seasons. Their ancients' '6 Seas' & 4 oceans, ~64% of its surface is liquid or frozen water. Its LARGE moon has 4 phases of roughly 6 days (~6.4 days) each: lunar month of 25.5 days. Their lunar year is 306 days + 6 day week + 4 days = 316 day solar year with a leap year every 4 years. Its two inner planets are at .6 AU & .4 AU or/and 6 AU & 4 AU. Their 'Venus' has an orbit64=O15+R18+B2+I9+T20 of ~168.5 days = 6.4 average Nestor months (26.33 days each). Besides Nestor, its solar system has 6 planets with 4 being non-rocky gas or ice giants. Their 'Saturn' has an orbit of ~25.6 Nestor years (4 'seasons' of 6.4 years each). Their 6th planet including Nestor from their sun has the 4th largest mass in their solar system and has a diameter of 4x Nestor's.

From Nestor's surface, 6 moving objects - their 6 Classical Planets - can be seen with the naked eye (Sun, Moon, & 4 'wandering stars'/planets) and 4 of these don't cast shadows on Nestor/4 can't be easily seen during the daytime. Their Big Dipper is 6 stars with 4 making up its quadrilateral ladle. It points towards its Polaris which is at the end of the handle of its Little Dipper: again, 6 stars with 4 in its ladle. Polaris may currently be their North Star. They observe their 'Mars' returning to the same point against the background of stars and in relationship to its Sun and Nestor every 46 years. Out of the 6 planets besides Nestor, the 4th from their sun is the largest.

The Nestor-Moon barycenter is 64% of Nestor's radius from its center to its surface. 4-6 eclipses occur annually. The longest theoretically an eclipse can be is 6 minutes 40 seconds. Their sun has a 10-year sunspot cycle. Nestor's magnetic field is tilted 10 degrees from its spin axis.

Their solar calendar has 6 months with 27 days, 4 months with 26 days, and 2 months with 25 days = 316 days. Every 4 years, a day is added to one of the normally 25 day months. 6-day weeks and 24 hours. The day is divided into 4 parts of 6 hours each: pre-dawn, morning, afternoon, and evening.

Superstrings theory (M-theory) states there are 6 additional dimensions of hyperspace + the 4 common dimensions. Unified Strings 21 or 19 adds the analysis of time as 6 aspects of 'regular time' + 4 aspects of 'hypertime', thus providing a very simple symmetry breaking...

6 dimensions hyperspace + 3D regular space + 6 aspects regular time + 4A hypertime = 19D&A spacetime

Tropical storms on Nestor become hurricanes when their sustained winds reach 64 knots (74 mph). The Nestlings' brain, heart, muscles and newborns are 64% water and their pregnancies are 40 weeks (6x40).

They speak Eqfish: 6 letters, 64=E5+Q17+F6+I9+S19+H8.

IN FOD WE TRUST - the Nestlings recofnize FOD as The Creator. Their Byble46 starts with Fenkis64 1:1, "In the befinninf, FOD created the healens64 and the Nestor." Esus64 is their Meisiah64 and Chrift64.

Nestlings love playinf checkers and chess (64-square board), and their gavorite beer is Miller 64.

For further explanation, see my tweaked NASA conference presentation of 4.21.09 Identifying 'True Earthlike Planets' - All New Worlds Are Built On 7_4 (like Earth) Or 6_4 at http://PlanetNestor.blogspot.com/ . (NASA Conference Missions for Exoplanets: 2010-2020 held in the Pasadena Hilton. I presented a poster which was displayed between one from the Japanese Space Agency and another by Harvard-Smithsonian.)

“The more perfect a nature is, the fewer means it requires for its operation.”
- Aristotle (student of Plato)

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