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Naval Observatory. He had multiple theories on Planet X over the years including The Location of Planet X 1988 and The Search for Planet X 1991. He based his theories on the movements of the outer planets and a possible influence from an unknown body in the solar system.
The wild stories about an approaching planet or comet are false!
In late May 2002 Mark Hazlewood came up with a new "sighting" of Planet X.
This article is used as the main piece of "evidence" of Planet-X
Although the author clearly sensationalized a bit, the specifics of
the article are clear. Every Planet X book and website proclaims
"they spotted it in 1983!"
Originally posted by markjaxson
Found a nice article from the whitehouse saying that there is no scientific proof that they can link global warming with human activities, (this was in the 1950's mind) but the Bush administration said in a report that seems to contradict the White House position there was no clear scientific proof on the causes of global warming.
Have a look...
Also if the latest views of the sun from SOHO then the unknown sunspot that should be earth facing within 24hrs looks very promising to be another huge sunspot so keep your eyes for any kind of news on this!
It's 1am now and im going to listen to J'Mccanney see what he has to say!
Since the late 1970s, the amount of solar radiation the sun emits, during times of quiet sunspot activity, has increased by nearly .05 percent per decade, according to a NASA funded study.
Total Solar Irradiance (TSI) is the radiant energy received by the Earth from the sun, over all wavelengths, outside the atmosphere. TSI interaction with the Earth's atmosphere, oceans and landmasses is the biggest factor determining our climate. To put it into perspective, decreases in TSI of 0.2 percent occur during the weeklong passage of large sunspot groups across our side of the sun. These changes are relatively insignificant compared to the sun's total output of energy, yet equivalent to all the energy that mankind uses in a year. According to Willson, small variations, like the one found in this study, if sustained over many decades, could have significant climate effects.
NASA's ACRIMSAT/ACRIM3 experiment began in 2000 and will extend the long-term solar observations into the future for at least a five-year minimum mission.
FRANCES STRENGTHENS INTO THE SECOND CATEGORY FOUR HURRICANE OF
THE 2004 ATLANTIC SEASON...
A TROPICAL STORM WATCH MAY BE REQUIRED FOR PORTIONS OF THE NORTHERN
LEEWARD ISLANDS ON SUNDAY