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Two sisters find their relationship challenged as a nearby planet threatens to collide into the Earth.
Some are in the middle, knowing that fighting over a topic such as this is indeed... utter nonsense.
It's honestly not even enough info to fight over.
These alignments did occur..
Originally posted by roughycannon
Originally posted by tooo many pills
reply to post by roughycannon
A 4km comet would still wipeout 90% of civilization.
So what does that have to do with the fact its not coming near us?
And BTW a 4km comet would do some damage but it wouldn't wipe out 90% of the population you lunatic.
A crater in the neighborhood of 400 kilometers, a firestorm radius of approximately 4000 kilometers
Originally posted by MaxBlack
You should familiarize yourself with the term "retrograde" and see what that means to the matters at hand. Just look up retrograde and I will bet you will see what I am referring to.
Planet X or a brown dwarf star has been scientifically proven to be in a retrograde orbit pattern...
Planet X or a brown dwarf star has been scientifically proven to be in a retrograde orbit pattern and what that means kiddies is that it will come into our solar system in the opposite direction that the planets and earth move around our sun. A brown dwarf sun would be coming into our solar system in the opposite direction and leaving in the other direction. It will not be as displayed on JPL.
Well, when it turns out not to be a comet, changing the object to a brown dwarf star will mean many new things, but the most important of all is that the obit path into our solar system is headed here in the opposite direction that the planets rotate around our sun.
Should the comet become something bigger and more dangerous like say a brown dwarf star,
Originally posted by SunnyDee
the comet was in the constellation LEO at the time of discovery