posted on May, 25 2010 @ 09:05 PM
reply to post by [davinci]
I doubt that something has been removed. It is more likely that the report has been updated.
The issue with the motions of the outer planets was laid to rest years ago. There were 2 types of measurement errors that led to the idea that there
was a large unknown object in the solar system. One of these was measurements of the positions of the planets. The other was an accurate value for the
masses of the planets. After more and better measurements of the positions of the planets and after the Voyager flyby of Neptune showed that the mass
of Neptune was smaller than originally thought, the issues suggesting a large gravitational source nearby went away.
Is there something out there? We don't know. What we do know is that gravitational studies put anything out far. A planet sized object cannot be
within 70AU of the sun using gravitational studies. That's out there. Pluto is 39AU away.
There are also visual studies. This is where surveys of the sky look for objects. These studies put even greater limits on what can be out there. A
planet cannot be within 320AU of the sun.
None of this says that there is no new planet out there. All it says is that it must be far away.
Now anyone who wants to flame me...fill your boots. The plain and simple fact is that there was disclosure about this almost 30 years ago and
then it was covered up.
This is not true. It is not false. You're simply misinterpreting what happened. Back in the 1970s and 1980s there was a strong thought that there
might be something out there. Research was done that showed there was not anything in close. Cover up? No. More knowledge laid this idea to rest.
The truth about what this object may really be is unknown; most of my research points to it being a brown dwarf that has it's own set of
planets, one of which may be on an orbit that will carry it through our solar system.
If there is something as massive as a brown dwarf out there it is going to quite a ways out. It is does have planets, then the orbits cannot intersect
the orbits of the known planets. That would be an unstable situation in which some of the planets would be moved into orbits likely to eject one or
more of the planets.
Look around you shoot your mouths off. Not only is there a massive amount of evidence going back thousands of years
That's off the mark by a lot. The evidence is recent, not ancient. The evidence was based on the knowledge of Uranus and Neptune which are newly
discovered. That evidence turned out to be wrong because of measurement error.