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Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by HeresHowItGoes
There is NO SUCH THING as the "dark side of the Moon" (except as atitle for a very nice Pink Floyd album from many decades ago....
THAT is it!!!
(ALL sides of the Moon receive equal amountsof Sunshine....just like the Earth does. Sheesh!!)
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by CLPrime
Thanks for doing the math. Your posts were as helpful as many of the others were unhelpful.
One thing I'm wondering is if the increase in accuracy of the measuring instruments over the years is relevant? Surely over that period of time the accuracy of measurements has improved?edit on 3/13/2011 by Blaine91555 because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Tahnya86
Actualy Nibiru,nemisis,tyche IS mentioned:"a trans-Plutonian massive body of planetary size located in the remote peripheries/regions of the solar system: Planet X/Nemesis/Tyche"So in other words Planet X/Nirbiru,tyche" a Transplutonian meaning "an inhabitant of the planet Pluto", "of planetary size",So nirbiru is located in the regions of Pluto!i could be wrong but this is what is says.
Originally posted by Liberterius
Before anybody sells their house and car divorces their wife and moves to Alaska I have read the paper and I am familiar with the math but not all the models. The amount of perturbation they are speaking of in the eccentricity is on the scale of pico meters over decades, the only reason physicist even need to re-evaluate their models now is because of the great leaps and advances in technology and measuring equipment. This is how science works, that's why we evolved from Newtonian mechanics, to Relativity and now something even more accurate. The "anomaly" has always existed will always exist and is pointed out as being periodic within the models, which means relax and take your meds. I suggest before you freak out on a technical paper you at least be versed in the subject.