I can't believe that the obvious things aren't that obvious to so many people.
How could a PLANET collide with another PLANET? Has it _EVER_ happened in a healthy solar system? Hmm? Ever? Anyone?
Anyone who thinks its possible, does not understand how a solar system works. The planets form 'power-current-triangles' between each other, and the
sun keeps the planets at a certain distance from itself, taking care of them like a mother chicken.
(I'd insert an image here, but I can't seem to figure out how to do that anymore - the new UI is just horrible and such windows 8-lookalike that I
want to puke every time I see it, but it also seems to be more confusing and non-user-friendly to use, so never mind the images then)
The point is, the second the mass of a planet changes (if it explodes, for example, like once happened to a planet in this solar system), its place in
the solar system changes also. It's all very well organized and maintained by the sun and the planets (and perhaps some higher forces).
Now, for a planet to suddenly move towards another planet, would immediately make sun react to it, and this reaction would make it impossible. Planets
also have magnetic fields among other things, that simply wouldn't let a planet touch another planet so easily. Besides, everything is constantly
moving at a staggering speed - imagine yourself trying to play billiards on a table, where the table turns around at a high speed, and the balls are
constantly moving. How would you aim for a specific ball? You'd have to be really lucky or calculate your shot very well, based on the movements of
the balls, taking into account the movement of the table, and so on. The whole solar system is moving constantly, but that's not all!
The whole galaxy is moving and turning, so a planet that wants to aim at a specific planet, would really have to follow a very well calculated route
that takes all this into account. Then it'd have to navigate against sun's resistance, which would be like water flowing uphill on normal Terran
conditions - and then it'd have to somehow counter Terra's magnetic field's resistance and moon's effects on it all.
Plus it'd have to be certain that the other planets and their magnetic fields and 'power-current-triangles' wouldn't affect its calculated orbit (or
it'd have to take it all into account in its calculations)...
A planet entering the solar system and colliding with another planet?
That's the most obviously stupid and ludicrous thing since the kids who claim that they are 'vampires', just because they wear black clothes, use
white make-up and generally are a nuisance to other people.
Anyone who even entertains such a thought for awhile, lacks information or intelligence (or both) that, I think, should be required, before anyone
earns the right to be called "an adult".
The way planets handle obstacles and collisions generally, is that small objects are invited into the atmosphere to be burned to crisps (or less) -
and large objects are pushed away or avoided. There's just no way a planet could simply unnaturally drift into the solar system, aim for Terra, and
collide with it. It'd have to be something else, like a guided spaceship/missile/whatever - but if THAT was someone's plan, they could have done that
millennia ago, so why wouldn't they have?
Any way you look at it, it just doesn't make any sense - and calling it "X" simply reveals its masonic origins anyway.
edit on 14-7-2014 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)