posted on Jun, 25 2007 @ 11:33 PM
Originally posted by orthisguyoverhere
If Nubiru is the home of the Annuki, anybody wanna tell me how life could evolve on a planet that travels in close to the sun and then sails off into
the outer reaches of the solar system, only to return thousands of years later? Come on people. *shakes head*
Well, it would be easily possible if John Lear's theory is true. John Lear claims that he knew someone that said NASA discovered many years ago the
sun was not a thermonuclear fusion reactor. Lear claims that the sun is actually an electromagnetic sphere. The electromagnetic fields that the sun
gives off interacts with the electromagnetic fields and atmospheres of planets. This, in turn, generates the planet's temperature, and the planet's
distance from the sun does not determine the temperature. As long as the planet is within the sun's reach (within the termination shock/heliopause,
i believe), then the sun can influence that planet's temperature.
This is a wild theory that is unlike anything we've heard from "official" sources. Is it true? Who knows, but you said you wanted someone to tell
you how life could "evolve" on a planet that travels in close to the sun then sales off to the outer reaches of the solar system. Lear's theory
explains this perfectly.
Sorry for the quotes around the word 'evolve'. The very notion of life evolving from a primordial soup always sends me into a hysterical fit of