posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 11:06 AM
Unlike most posters (if not all) I actually do
know alot about phsyics and astrophysics. I have nearly finished my 4 year study of physics at
university (graduate in june). Someone pointed this thread out to me during one of my classes so I decided to take a peek out of curiousity. Can I
just say I am absolutely appalled at some people's obsession (its the only word I can think of) to grab scientific data and theories and twist/force
it to meet their belief in this brown dwarf nonsense.
I gladly welcome people with different opinions (no matter how crazy) as long as it is backed up with reasonable and legitimate evidence. Emphasise on
reasonable and legitimate. Most of those supporting this theory seem to have absolutely no clue what they are talking about scientifically. It's
apparent you just google around for any scientific 'evidence' to support your claims even though you do not understand the principles behind the
'evidence' yourself. As such any first year university phsyics student would see how completely wrong your statements are.
I am trying my best to explain in detail, I even spent 30 mins writing an essay taking the key points and disproving them. I was even going to spend
tonight writing out some equations and diagrams proving how it's impossible, but I realise what an epic
waste of time that would be. It seems
that whatever logical sense is said by other posters are just swept aside. Also I have exams I should be studying for.
you really need to fully understand what you reading before you start posting it as proof for your
claims. There are many others but after reading so many posts I've forgotten their names.
One of you mentioned that we cannot fully explain it because our knowledge of the solar system/physics is not 100% complete. This is true. However,
although we may not fully understand things, you cannot use that as an excuse to justify things which are wildly against the laws of known physics
(without really really good evidence).
In simple terms this is what your doing:
person a: "1+1=3"
person b: "What? Thats not possible."
person a: "aaah not according to known maths!"
Yes its that ridiculous.
But what do I know right? I'm sure those who want to believe in this will either ignore me, claim I'm lying about being a final year physics student
at university or say I'm a government agent sent here to try and mislead you all because we want to cover it up.
Either way I've said what needs to be said.