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A perspective on 2012 that might satisfy both sceptics and doomsayers

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posted on Feb, 16 2011 @ 12:18 AM
This is from another thread, however I think I might have hit the nail on the head....

Originally posted by DaphneApollo
Well, perhaps I'm wrong after all. ists-telescope-hunt-massive-hidden-object-in-space/?hpt=C2

Tyche's existence 15,000 times farther from the sun than earth. Mayhap you are correct Benedict9.


Originally posted by SystemResistor
reply to post by DaphneApollo

That makes far more sense. If anything, it also has moons, if anything, one of those moons might intersect our solar system. However, in terms of a surprise planet through an interdimensional tear in the space time fabric, I doubt it. What I really think, is that something DID collide with the Earth a long time ago, and tilted it off its axis. When the Mayans made their predictions, they might have got "stuck" at 2012, because they could not perceive that in the past Earth's axial tilt used to be different (they base their calculations on the Earth's axial wobble, which would not have existed prior to the collision that tilted it off its axis). Thus, 2012 could be the "anniversary" of the said collision.

If what I am saying is correct, then there might be some kind of event that distorts our perception, I would imagine that the original collision would have disturbed the regular patterns of the flow of time, an perhaps that event produces a kind of time-skip effect, probably minute, but possibly enough at least to generate some kind of hallucinatory/disorientation effect.

posted on Feb, 16 2011 @ 12:31 AM
What if we are already delusional and making totally false assumptions?

In that event, wouldn't a distortion event cancel out the effects and leave us finally seeing things clearly?

A lot of bases still to be covered here philosophically.

posted on Feb, 16 2011 @ 12:38 AM
This doesn't seem all of plausible to me sorry. This is more far fetched then most of the other crazy things I have read, but again what do I know.

posted on Feb, 20 2011 @ 06:23 PM
reply to post by SystemResistor

Hi SystemResister,

I am flattered that my and benedict9's conversation inspired you to think in a different direction and I'm sorry that I didn't respond to you. But benedict9 responded to me a few posts below the ones above on this thread and I felt that it might have answered your question so I didn't respond. Sorry if I seemed rude by not replying.

Your theory I had to read several times to understand as the thinking is different from my and benedict9's line of thinking but anything is possible.

Here's what he said about my find about Tyche :

The link you supplied regarding the Brown Dwarf is a great example of what Chris highlighted as the laws of opposition being constantly in motion on Earth. In the article's case half truth, half untruth.

"These media 'snippets' are conditioning mechanisms for events that are already known about and being prepared for. There will be an increase in meteor showers and space rocks entering our atmosphere before 'Wormwood' has it's full effect. Asteroid tracking is very high priority currently. And for very good reason. "
End Quote by benedict9

Again, I am flattered that someone thought enough of my finding , line of thinking, to start a thread with my posts, thanks.. We're all trying to find answers after all.

If I weren't looking for my posts on google I would not have even seen this page at all. But I hope your thread picks up some replies though.

So often on ATS other posters don't give credit where credit is due. Good luck with your thread SystemResister.


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