Originally posted by HispanicPanic
interesting. hopefully you dont make a bs story out of it.
Originally posted by allprowolfy
reply to post by OldCorp
two telescopes - one a 23" refracting telescope
My question to you op do these refracting telescopes have an ability to see behind the sun during the day-with an avid sunlens?
As this seems to be the argument thus far, a second star-planet- that cannot be seen because it is right behind the sun-usually during the day?
Originally posted by psychoacoustic1
Unless you're in the southern hemisphere, there's nothing observable out of the ordinary.
I recommend booking time on a telescope somewhere in NZ or Australia.
Most of the claims, legends, etc. indicate a "possible" approach by a superdense object with a heavy elliptic orbit and a trajectory substantially angled from the Solar Plane. In other words, look South. Far South.
Originally posted by ufoinquirer
Here's my question.
Put aside any and all Planet X theories...is there any reason to believe the known, acknowledged comet(s) heading our way will cause some bad destruction? And if there is, do you think NASA would be honest about it?
Originally posted by new_here
Greetings, fellow South Carolinian!!!
I have a thought-- it has to do with the strange area on Google Sky that many say is tampered with in order to hide something. I will look for the coordinates tomorrow, or someone may have them handy. I looked at the area myself, and it does seem, for the world, like somebody did a shoddy job of image editing! (You can actually see a glowing portion of a heavenly body shining from behind a blurry square.)
So, here's the plan... even though this area of space might not be viewable from there, just 'play dumb' and act like you're throwing out random coordinates. He'll let you know if it's not viewable. BUT, before he says anything... the moment you name the coordinates... watch his reaction carefully. Watch his eyes. Watch for any sign of an "oh sh*t" moment, such as breaking eye contact with you before answering, face flushing, change in speech pattern (such as stumbling over words, speaking more rapidly, etc.)
AND... when he does answer, watch where his eyes go. Studies indicate that when someone is making something up, they tend to focus their eyes up and to their right (as opposed to recounting a memory in which they look up and to their left.)
What do you think? Worth a shot?
Originally posted by BlastedCaddy
reply to post by OldCorp
Pretty cool opp OC... I don't know if it is possible but if you do locate Nibiru are there going to be pics?
edit on 31-3-2011 by BlastedCaddy because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Agarta
Hi, How are you. Just thought I would jump in for a sec. You asked for questions and coordinates. You got lots of questions and other but you didn't get any coordinates so here they are;
5h 53m 27s, -6 10' 58
Enjoy your interviewedit on 31-3-2011 by Agarta because: (no reason given)
Center pole/equ : High-precision EOP model [East-longitude +]
Center radii : 6378.1 x 6378.1 x 6356.8 km [Equator, meridian, pole]
Target primary : Sun [source: DE405]
Interfering body : MOON (Req= 1737.400) km [source: DE405]
Deflecting body : Sun, EARTH [source: DE405]
Deflecting GMs : 1.3271E+11, 3.9860E+05 km^3/s^2
Small perturbers : Ceres, Pallas, Vesta [source: SB405-CPV-2]
Small body GMs : 6.32E+01, 1.43E+01, 1.78E+01 km^3/s^2
Variation in a designated orbit, as of a planet, that results from the influence of one or more external bodies. Gravitational attraction between planets can cause perturbations and cause a planet to deviate from its expected orbit.