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Originally posted by DaphneApollo
Well, perhaps I'm wrong after all. news.blogs.cnn.com... 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.
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.