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Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
reply to post by Unity_99
I am beginning to understand you now, just from a few posts you have made here and on ET mans end of the world as we know it thread.
and WOW,.. good luck to you and your path of paranoia.
This planet you speak of is non existent
your worries are very much overblown..
But none of this will be valid to you, till it is proven by you.
hopefully when you realize this as the truth you can recover.
luck to you
UPDATE FEBRUARY 19, 2010: -- We patiently waited and monitored the StarViewer Team's web site for the "proof" that claimed would be forthcoming. Needless to say, it never materialized. Also, the initial popularity of their claim appears to have been nothing more than a way to attract a large viewership. The web site now is full of ridiculous claims, including some satirical stories taken from "the onion" (a very funny site) which the SV Team promoted as "real." There is no mention of the mathematical validation that was expected with regards to the G1.9 object. Perhaps the validation disproved their theory... perhaps it was never going to be validated by anyone... I think it is safe to take this theory of object G1.9 being a brown dwarf down to ZERO possibility!
Originally posted by virgom129
reply to post by Phage
So sure, lets believe everything NASA tells us...
Originally posted by turk182
It is getting larger,
and it was never recorded when it should have exploded(Sometime around The American Civil War) Pretty hard to miss one of those, no?
All this info from Spanish Astronomers
who claim it may be a Brown dwarf with planetary bodies encircling it, heading our way, what do you make of that?
The alignment of the planets, and especially that of Jupiter and Saturn, control the climate on Earth.
So explained Rhodes Fairbridge of Columbia University, a giant in science over much of the last century whose accomplishments are perhaps unsurpassed for their breadth, depth, and volume. This one man authored or co-authored 100 scientific books and more than 1,000 scientific papers, he edited the Benchmarks in Geology series (more than 90 volumes in print) and was general editor of the Encyclopaedias of the Earth Sciences. He edited eight major encyclopedias of specialized scientific papers in the atmospheric sciences and astrogeology; geomorphology; geochemistry and the earth sciences; geology, sedimentology, paleontology, oceanography and, not least, climatology.