Originally posted by shauny
reply to post by DClairvoyant
If what I took was pictures of a planet to pass near us, then jesus, well done me.
You'd be taking my word for it as I usually like to present truth first before I make a comment about anything and this time round like I said you will just have to take my word for it until I can show you more evident material for you and other's to decide for yourself's what it may be in the picture. I would like to record a video of upto 3-5 minutes showing the difference's between the filter's from a normal clear filter to a darker filter so that its easier to lower the sun flare out by far and clear up the picture so that everybody can view the dead star "Wormwood" behind the sun.
Another thought that had just popped into my mind was that if one can work out the distance between the Sun and Jupiter in kilometres aswell as miles then work out the diameter in miles of Jupiter alone. Then work out the distance between the Sun and planet Earth in kilometres and miles then work out the distance between the planet Earth and the planet Jupiter.
Then multiply Jupiter's size by "5" (which is supposed to represent "Wormwood" being x5 greater in diameter than Jupiter) and then workout the exact time "Wormwood" was present somewhat 3600-4000years ago then we should be able to work out the speed of "Wormwood" as its arrival. I must mention as I have read somewhere that "Wormwood" The Dead Star = Sun has a tendancy to speed up and slow down.
Anybody who feels like being mathematically challenged here please show us your light.
[edit on 25-3-2010 by DClairvoyant]