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Originally posted by rajaten
Originally posted by St Udio
i just can not rationalize how a low-mass dwarf star still in the outer debris field of the Oort Cloud
could possibly be affecting the Sun & solar system right now...
unless there is an unknown relationship on a hyperdimensional plane at work...
where the distant object distorts the electromagnetic continium of the solar system through
a non-locality principle thought to exist at the Quantum Level.
i always thought an object must be physically present, to then effect the area its in.
the proposed dark dwarf is contorting the Suns magnet-o-sphere so as to result in the
heating up of the solar system and all its planets/moons ?
If we completely understood the hyperdimensional plane and quantum physics, we wouldnt have need for fossil fuels or our other primitive technologies. Its ignorant to think we know everything. There is a big QUESTION MARK looming over all of us.edit on 24-11-2010 by rajaten because: (no reason given)
Good luck debunking NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, MIT AND SPACE.COM.
The conventional theory is that climate changes on Mars can be explained primarily by small alterations in the planet's orbit and tilt, not by changes in the sun.
"Wobbles in the orbit of Mars are the main cause of its climate change in the current era," Oxford's Wilson explained.
Pluto's orbit is much more elliptical than that of the other planets, and its rotational axis is tipped by a large angle relative to its orbit. Both factors could contribute to drastic seasonal changes.
David Tholen, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii who measured the size of Pluto in the late 1980s using a series of occultations and eclipses involving Pluto's satellite, noted that even though Pluto was closest to the sun in 1989, a warming trend 13 years later shouldn't be unexpected. "It takes time for materials to warm up and cool off, which is why the hottest part of the day on Earth is usually around 2 or 3 p.m. rather than local noon, when sunlight is the most intense," Tholen said. Because Pluto's year is equal to about 250 Earth years, 13 years after Pluto's closest approach to the Sun is like 1:15 p.m. on Earth. "This warming trend on Pluto could easily last for another 13 years," Tholen estimated.
Pluto and Neptune's largest moon, Triton, are presently about the same distance from the sun, and each has a predominantly nitrogen atmosphere (with a surface pressure 100,000 times less than that on Earth), so one might expect similar processes to be occurring on these two bodies.
The moon is approaching an extreme southern summer, a season that occurs every few hundred years. During this special time, the moon's southern hemisphere receives more direct sunlight. The equivalent on Earth would be having the sun directly overhead at noon north of Lake Superior during a northern summer.
Elliot and his colleagues believe that Triton's temperature has increased because of indications that the pressure of the atmosphere has increased. Because of the unusually strong correlation between Triton's surface ice temperature and its atmospheric pressure, Elliot said scientists can infer a temperature increase of 3 degrees Fahrenheit over nine years based on its recent increase in surface vapor pressure. Any ice on Triton that warms up a little results in a big increase in atmospheric pressure as the vaporized gas joins the atmosphere.
The global change cycle began when the last of the white oval-shaped storms formed south of the Great Red Spot in 1939. As the storms started to merge between 1998 and 2000, the mixing of heat began to slow down at that latitude and has continued slowing ever since.
The movement of heat from the equator to Jupiter's south pole is expected to stop at 34 degrees southern latitude, where Red Spot Jr. is forming.
This will create a big wall and stop the mixing of heat and airflow, the thinking goes. As a result, areas around the equator become warmer, while the poles can start to cool down.
Originally posted by glaucon
Uhhhhhh I do not mean to burst your bubble, but Jupiter is a gas giant with a temperature that varies all over its surface. 10 degrees is not significant.
Originally posted by The Quiet Storm
Chances are, the PTB will try to convince the public that the only place to go is underground. Do not go there, it's a trap.