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"Dr. Michio Kaku will be on MSNBC at 9:30am EST and FOX at 10:30am, speaking about NASA's announcement later that day."
Originally posted by Resurrectio
reply to post by Nventual
I understand the excitement... Probably the same reason that all of the Nibiru folks have watched Avatar 50+ times.
Its exciting .. I get it..
You probably think that this planet is bringing new life to the solar system. (Annunaki) ? Any thoughts of us making contact with "ET" that are inhabiting nibiru???... I get the excitment ....Does all logic have to be thrown to the way side?
Originally posted by buddybaney
Wow NASA is actually admitting to this. Seems Planet "X" may exist after all and could spell trouble for us here on earth. This may explain a lot of things going on here lately; earthquakes,weather,governments acting more shady than usual,everyone acting crazier lately.I hope if they do find something we don't get left out on the truth.Almost bet there will be a cover up if they do find something at least till amateur astronomers start seeing it.
(visit the link for the full news article)edit on 1-12-2010 by buddybaney because: spellingedit on 1-12-2010 by buddybaney because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Thepreye
I already understand the Oort cloud connection.
If you had read (you did read the full context, right?) ...the part I was responding to....
The person claimed that this possible new planet, orbiting in the vicinity of the Oort cloud, was DIRECTLY causing earthquakes, sunspots, and a myriad of other nonsense claims. Hurricanes (?)....acne...(I made that one up), because I forget all the other things claimed....but, certainly one could (if one wished) link to the post I replied to, and see for oneself...couldn't one???edit on 1 December 2010 by weedwhacker because: (no reason given)
Universe might hold three times more stars than previously thought
A new study suggests that a specific kind of galaxy might hold 10 times more red dwarf stars than estimated. That would triple projections for the number of stars in the observable universe, with implications for explanations of how stars and galaxies form and evolve.
The Sun has a far greater mass at least 1000 times jupiter and is only 1 au from us, why dont you think things through before putting 2+2 together and getting 5.