posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 11:26 AM
Hello everyone, I am still fairly new so please show a little patience.
I keep hearing everyone say that if planet X was inbound we would have seen it by now. I have also read from some of you that anyone who graduated 8th
grade knows why. I apparently wasn’t listening in 8th grade like I should have been. So maybe some of you genius’s can help me with something.
Please keep it simple as I am uneducated.
When it comes to the speed of inbound objects and the explanations provided by many on ATS I often have a thought I find “crossing” my mind.
Hopefully someone can explain why this thought wont work. You know how when a car is traveling at 70mph and it crashes into a wall, the speed at which
the car crosses the point of the wall is 70mph, right? But when two cars are heading toward one another, each traveling at 70 mph from opposite
directions, the point where they “cross” each other or the point of impact would be 140mph, wouldn’t it? Everyone seems to assume we are
stationary and planet X is in motion.
What if two different galaxies “cross” instead of planetary bodies or systems? In other words, what if planet X belongs to a different system and
it “crosses” through our system. Is this possible? Let’s say our system is one hurricane and we live towards the outside edge and planet X is
toward the outside edge of another hurricane. Then let’s say one of the hurricanes is in the southern hemisphere headed north toward the equator.
Let’s also say that the other hurricane is in the northern hemisphere headed south toward the equator. Now let’s say at the equator, the outside
edges of the two different hurricanes pass one another with the outside edges mixing for a short time causing them to “cross”. Wouldn’t it be
calm for both parties until the point that they “cross”. There would be complete chaos for the two during this time, right? Can someone explain
why this can’t happen to us?