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Astronomers baffled by weird, fast-spinning pulsar
The rapidly spinning pulsar -- an extraordinarily dense object created when a massive star exploded as a supernova -- is called J1903+0327 and is located about 21,000 light years from Earth, the astronomers said.
The scientists, writing in the journal Science, speculate a third star -- perhaps a neutron star or white dwarf -- might be orbiting with the other two. Scientists know of about 100 pulsars in two-star, or binary, systems, and this might be the first in a triple-star system
According to Sitchin's interpretation of Sumerian cosmology, there is a hypothetical planet which follows a long, elliptical orbit, reaching the inner solar system roughly every 3,600 years.
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Originally posted by Quantum_Squirrel
When earth comes around its orbit it looks pretty close to me ... Could the magnetic forces from the pulsar effect Earth in any way? like earthquakes? volcanoes... etc etc.
Originally posted by Sleuth
Love to hear an audio file. It's probably to high-freq to hear though.
I'm on board with the Nibiru-candidate idea. It's the most likely scenario so far.
[edit on 5/18/08 by Sleuth]