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China's 'Two Suns' Video Unexplained By Science

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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 06:20 AM

China's 'Two Suns' Video Unexplained By Science
Natalie Wolchover, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
Date: 04 March 2011

Weeks after a story shot across the Web claiming that the imminent explosion of a nearby star would result in the appearance of a second sun in the sky – a story that was later debunked – two suns were caught on camera yesterday in China. The suns – one fuzzy and orange, the other a crisp yellow orb – appeared side-by-side, one slightly higher than the other.

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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 06:20 AM
How bizarre that numerous reports and videos of "twin suns" are pouring in from around the world, but the only video that's been officially acknowledged is the Chinese MSM news story.

Here are a few of the many other "twin sun" videos:



ATS member RUDDD:


Notice how every video above is labeled "Nibiru?" You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time...

How interesting that one of the primary stated missions for NASA's March 2010 launch of the WISE infrared telescope was to discover "Nemesis" ("The Death Star,") an "unseen binary companion of the sun."

Getting WISE about Nemesis

Summary: Is our Sun part of a binary star system? An unseen companion star, nicknamed “Nemesis,” may be sending comets towards Earth. If Nemesis exists, NASA’s new WISE telescope should be able to spot it.

A dark object may be lurking near our solar system, occasionally kicking comets in our direction.

Nicknamed “Nemesis” or “The Death Star,” this undetected object could be a red or brown dwarf star, or an even darker presence several times the mass of Jupiter.

And even more interesting, NASA has supposedly been searching for the sun's "dark binary companion" since the early 1980s!

Does the Sun Have a Dark Companion?

June 28, 1982

When scientists noticed that Uranus wasn't following its predicted orbit for example, they didn't question their theories. Instead they blamed the anomalies on an as yet unseen planet and, sure enough, Neptune was discovered in 1846.

Now astronomers are using the same strategy to explain quirks in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. According to John Anderson of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., this odd behavior suggests that the sun has an unseen companion, a dark star gravitationally bound to it but billions of miles away.

Wouldn't it be the ultimate irony if people around the world are starting to notice with their own eyes what NASA has spent three decades and billions of dollars trying to discover?!

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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 06:25 AM
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