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Originally posted by vkturbo
reply to post by stereologist
Is this comet not coming in on a 30 degree angle?
if it was would that make it harder to have an effect on other planets if it was a brown dwarf?
Originally posted by bicnarok
Glad someone put up an explanation on the size and distance on here, so many daft stories going about, about it being a friggin brown dwarf with its OWN solar system and what not-.
Excellent thread OP
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by BobAthome
G1.9+0.3 is a supernova remnant. In fact it is the youngest supernova remnant we have found. Furthermore, it is many lightyears away. I fail to see why people keep calling this a brown dwarf.
The whole solar system is heating up, the Sun is becoming active and earth change events are becoming more frequent with greater intensity. Many fail to realize that while the 9.0 Japan Quake shifted Earth axis 4 inches at the Elenin alignment, the water tables reportedly rose in Florida like with the 8.8 Chile Quake that shifted Earth axis last year. March 11, 2011 is the same time that Texas aquifers fluctuated with the 9.0 Japan Quake, which now seems more likely to be caused by the Sun/Earth/Elenin alignment than an earthquake halfway around the world. In fact, earth change events appear to be escalating (like earth wobble) with the approach of the Elenin object