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Originally posted by pop_science
Maybe people don't like to do this because if they turn out to be wrong, they only have themselves to blame and as we see over and over again that most love to judge and criticize those in power or knowledge who mess up and make mistakes.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by demonseed
Now, as I said before, an object large enough to appear about 1/4 the apparent diameter of the Sun, and close enough to now be "hiding" behind the sun, would be causing major disruptions to the orbits of the planets. There have been no reports of such disruptions (of course, the dreaded NASA would lie, but there are hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers out there who would be very upset if their snazzy automatic telescope didn't find Jupiter where it was supposed to be).
Originally posted by tarifa37
BTW the video for some unknown reason has now been removed.