posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 03:59 PM
Originally posted by zcflint05
It's so weird. Every few years NASA comes out and states that there "might" be a 10th planet that is massive in the far reaches of the solar
system; then it gets debunked and restarted like clockwork. I'd really like to see something concrete on this for the final time. A planet 4 times
the size of Jupiter may have some importance to us in the long run.
And add that to a possible coronal mass ejection (CME), which is a massive burst of solar wind, other light isotope plasma, and magnetic fields rising
above the solar corona or being released into space...and...
"We have a problem, Houston."
Without warning, the relatively calm solar atmosphere of our seemingly benevolent Sun can be torn asunder by sudden outbursts of a scale unknown on
Earth. Catastrophic events of incredible energy...stretch up to halfway across the visible solar surface, suddenly and unpredictably open up and expel
their contents, defying the Sun's enormous gravity.
...from a better vantage point...that tiny reddish ball on the right is our fragile planet...
Are we interested now? This has been bandied about by the mainstream media for years and attention purposely diverted - by whom and for what purpose?
Just the thought of the logical answers causes a pucker.
Looking forward to your thoughts and input. Are you ready for the truth?
"The truth shall set you free."
In Peace & Light