posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 10:30 PM
Anyone know anything about celestial physics?
Do you see 2 suns every day?
Or just in certain places on the planet at certain times.
Space godz pulling a shield over the other one just to play a joke?
Seriously, I am beginning to believe many people forwarding this load of baloney are quite short on gray matter.
Especially since google is so close a mouse drag to look things up.
A few very good examples from Hubble and other telescopes can show you just how ugly it is for two suns to be in close proximity.
Pretty to look at-----------from a long ways off.
Closer in, they tear each other apart or one eats the other.
In less technical words, it would be a baaaaad few eons for the solar system.
BTW, beginning long ago, when it was first noticed.
By now, competing solar winds, magnetic fields and perturbations in orbital mechanics for all the planets and asteroids would have made earth
uninhabitable, and probably centuries ago.
I usually ignore this garbage, but it has become so pervasive and constant that someone should say something.
Asking interesting questions is fine, but at least do some research on the wild and crazy theories first.
Wild and crazy theories are my cup of tea, but easily dismissed topics taking pages and pages of comments is a waste of effort
In defense, not a ding or smudge on the O.P., but a general dissatisfaction with the quality of the topics----like this one.
I guess I'll just have to *try* to ignore such inanity until we all wake up on the bright morn of 12/22/2012 are look for the topics explaining the
"miscalculation of the date by (insert name here)"