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Originally posted by thorazineshuffle
The theory is, that people say that if there was a brown dwarf star, then it would throw the planets orbits way out of whack. I am saying that, if NIBIRU existed, it would not throw us off the habital zone orbit, as we still have life on this planet.edit on 7-6-2011 by thorazineshuffle because: (no reason given)
I am not saying I believe the hype or not. Its interesting to think about. I find it very interesting that there is an atmospheric anomaly associated with some brown dwarfs that is called iron rain (rust). I see a potential connection to the conditions on Mars's surface being composed of a dusting of iron oxide. If a brown dwarf does exist in our solar system and passes close to our neighborhood of the solar system there would be an affect from the debris field of the passing object. I think it is possible evidence of such a scenario. Which, if it happened in the past to Mars, which explains it's state, it could happen to Earth as well. Just kind of throwing it out there.
Its only a hypothesis due to the fact that the iron oxide from the dwarf's atmospheric conditions can't be matched to the iron containing soils on Mars due to the fact that our only observations of that are from Earth. I am simply suggesting the possibility that if those conditions do exist on a brown dwarf star traveling through our solar system, it would not be a great stretch of the imagination to conclude a iron oxide tail would be present.
This would explain why the planet is really only dusted.
Also could explain the lack of complex life being within the habitable zone of the solar system but thats a whole different discussion all together.
Still there is no solid proof of any of this happening other than conjecture.