posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 03:52 AM
Do you guys even think about the things you say before you say them? This is "proof" from around the world? Why not ask if there is a valid
explanation, or if it is possible, rather than relying on commonly known camera oddities?
Here's a few reasons why you can know it is false.
1. It is lite up like the sun is. Why is that significant? For the same reason you can not stars during the day. In order for something to
show up during the day like that would mean that it was either very bright on it's own, or it was reflecting light from the sun(like the moon).
Now, if it is bright enough on it's own to make the picture, then it would be quite visible and atleast 100 times brighter than even the planets.
Those are big light sources in the videos if we assume they aren't sundogs. Why is this significant?
Because the earth rotates around the sun. This means that it would only be visible in that 1 spot for a short period of time, and the the time
behind the sun would be minimal of time. Which means the only way this object could stay hidden behind the sun and not show up so bright at night,
is if it was on an orbit similar to that of earths. Otherwise, as the earth makes it rotation around, the object would come more and more into
view, and go across the sky just as the galaxy itself does.
As if it orbits the sun as claimed, then it will be following keplers laws. So if it is a good distance away from the sun, it is traveling slower
and so forth. Only if it was in sync with the earth in speed and such could it stay hidden behind the sun all year long.
If it's reflecting off the sun, then it would have to be pretty large/close and so forth.
If Jupiter were to suddenly start heading directly towards the sun today, it would take over 3 years before it reached the sun? The distances being
talked about are that big.
This means if a planet X existed, it would have to already be as close as Jupiter to be here in 2012, or in that time frame.
Did you know that the stars and such that are near us change in distance all the time? And that over millions and millions of years, 1 comes
"close" to us. Do you know what distance is considered close? Over 1 light year away.
And yet, a star coming even that close to us will have enough gravitational pull to upset our solar system and cause asteroids and comets to change
paths and bombard the planets? However, now we are talking about an object that shows up that big and bright next to our sun and it's not
causing any problems?
And ya know, I can keep on going and keep on going. But this is stuff you should have learned in 8th grade general science.
Being open minded is great, as is giving new ideas a chance. However, in order to find out what is "true", then you must also be able to point
out the things that are false. There is no reason or excuse for trying to push this stuff off like this. Even a tiny bit of research would show
why these things are false.