posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:00 AM
Note: Read this in a sarcastic tone, as if you were reading it to a child that thinks he know what he's talking about.
If "Planet X" comes around every 3600 years, it's not gonna only take 2-3 years to go from the sun to Earth, and 3597-3598 years to go back from
Earth to the sun. K? It's just not.
Note: Stop reading like that.
Now but then we got the "what if'ers" that say stuff like, "What if it continues past the sun, then orbits waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay out there befor it
starts its journey back and thats why it takes 3597 on way, amd 3 the other"?
That's when I completly ignore that concept and say (in that sarcastic child talking to voice thingy again) if that was the case, whatever may have
lived on that planet, m'kay, isn't coming to Earth in ships because it would have FROZEN TO DEATH WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY OUT THERE, but,...... if it
somehow would have happened to survive, it WOULD HAVE BURNED TO DEATH BY GETTIN THAT CLOSE TO THE SUN!
Plus, no matter where on Earth you are supposed to see it from (supposedly way way south) it would be huge.
Side note: I just heard that the same reason you cant seen Planet X during the day, is the same reason you can't see the stars during the day and is
hard to see the moon. Silly "what if'ers".