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Brown Dwarf Nibiru doesn't exist... Not so fast!!!

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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:08 PM
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I am on the fence about the possibility of the ever-speculated upon Planet of the Crossing being a brown dwarf star system that is headed in our direction. I guess it's possible, but WHERE'S THE PROOF? There hasn't been a whole lot of evidence that even says that any brown dwarf stars are lurking about in our area of the Universe. Well I just happened upon this article today. It doesn't say that they have found Nibiru, but it does say that they have discovered 100,000 "Dark Objects" since they started looking for them with the W.I.S.E. telescope.
Check out this article: www.stumbleupon.com... tml
I'm not saying that they found it, but I am saying that it is definitely possible.




posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:22 PM
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The red dot near the center of theimage above is the first near-Earth asteroid discovered by WISE. This particular asteroid, called 2010 AB78, is roughly one kilometer (0.6 miles) in diameter, and is currently about 158 million kilometers (98 million miles) away from Earth. Its elliptical-shaped orbit takes it out beyond Mars and back in about as close to the sun as Earth. Because the asteroid's orbit is tilted relative to the plane of our solar system, astronomers do not think it poses a hazard to our planet. As with all near-Earth objects, 2010 AB78 will continue to be monitored.


www.stumbleupon.com... ects.h

Nice, they had to explain specifically about the single "red dot".

Peace



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:23 PM
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If it's coming, come on already and stop playing hide and go seek. We're tired.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:23 PM
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Had a quick read down it and took note of a few things, and it got me thinking. You could be right. They state they are using infrared detection and are picking up objects etc. That normal telescopes etc. Don't pick up. I started thinking back to my fathers teachings about space and my own research into paranormal phenomena (due to using infrared equipment and so on).

I wondered would it be too far fetched to suggest that it could be possible for an object of a large physical size to hit Earth undetected until impact when felt by all. Is it possible that not every asteroid, or planet etc. Is made up of the elements that we know exist.

What I mean is, I wonder if what we call an invisible object, invisible to us, could very well be going about our solar system on target to us, and we feel the effects, but dismiss it due to not being able to see it with our eyes. You know where im going with this. Bit like a black hole effects near by objects, but you can't see it, or not as far as I know. The asteroid, planet x whatever could be made of something we haven't encountered yet.

Its a long load of wind I know, but maybe some science chaps amongst you can put it into better words than I.


Great find though, good link.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:27 PM
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your link does not mention brown dwarfs - and the dot is specifically identified as an asteroid



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by lildaddy985
I'm not saying that they found it, but I am saying that it is definitely possible.



It has been discussed in other threads.
It is a mere 1 km across.
Not Nibiru, again.
More scaremongering. Why cant you people just accept that it is a rock, and stop with this Nibiru rubbish?
Looking for stars and flags, were you?


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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by lildaddy985
I am on the fence about the possibility of the ever-speculated upon Planet of the Crossing being a brown dwarf star system that is headed in our direction. I guess it's possible, but WHERE'S THE PROOF? There hasn't been a whole lot of evidence that even says that any brown dwarf stars are lurking about in our area of the Universe. Well I just happened upon this article today. It doesn't say that they have found Nibiru, but it does say that they have discovered 100,000 "Dark Objects" since they started looking for them with the W.I.S.E. telescope.
Check out this article: www.stumbleupon.com... tml
I'm not saying that they found it, but I am saying that it is definitely possible.


These are tiny objects.

A Brown Dwarf Star is huge and would not be able to sneak up on us. Everyone would be able to see it coming for years (without telescopes). It would significantly disrupt the orbits of most of the planets, affecting the closest ones first.

It just hasn't happened.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 08:39 PM
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Any object still reflects light and has gravity. For example, can you see a light bulb before you turn it on?

Any planet sized object within 2x the distance to Pluto would affect the motions of the known planets enough that the object would be detected. There is no missing planet sized mass within 70AU.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 08:52 PM
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Well you learn something new everyday i always say.
Thanks for that bit of know how.


As for the lightbulb thing, if im in a dark room i can't see it before i turn it on ha, ha. Seriously though,thanks for the reply. (If my radical theory ever come true you owe me a pizza.)



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:04 PM
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From what I understand W.I.S.E is out of commission. Mission ended back in February if I'm not mistaken.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:13 PM
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Originally posted by randyvs
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From what I understand W.I.S.E is out of commission. Mission ended back in February if I'm not mistaken.


Looks like its still going unless i found the wrong website. W.I.S.E

Kick me if im wrong but be gentle.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:15 PM
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I would be quick to remind others that the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs was 6-8 km in size...roughly. That if anything this size with some decent mass to it struck land......whatever continent it hit.......3/4th would be instantly vaporized. The remaining globe would die in residual volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and any left over effect from the strike like tsunamis and heat from the fire caused by the asteroid. Even the possibility of static EMP effect produced by the entry into the atmosphere.

The very thing itself would suck the paint off yer house and give yer family a permanent orange Afro 900-1000 miles away from ground zero.

Now, use that to gauge what elenin (3-4 km) might do if she hit us......Or Asteroid 2005YU55 that's right behind elenin (400-600 ft)

You could imagine (again if the density is there) what would happen if one of these struck land in a major populated area.


BLOOEY



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:17 PM
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You are quite right about the light bulb in the dark room. In our solar system there is no dark spot except when an object blocks out the Sun.

But to be fair I did talk about larger objects, planet-sized objects. Smaller objects are not easy to spot. Just as we cannot easily see an approaching mosquito, a rock headed our way goes unnoticed. The bigger the object the less likely we are to miss it. There are whole sky surveys that look in all directions and scan for objects. These can see something the size of Earth out 320AU. That is really far away. Pluto is 50AU out at its farthest from the Sun.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:29 PM
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Originally posted by BooKrackers
I would be quick to remind others that the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs was 6-8 km in size...roughly. That if anything this size with some decent mass to it struck land......whatever continent it hit.......3/4th would be instantly vaporized. The remaining globe would die in residual volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and any left over effect from the strike like tsunamis and heat from the fire caused by the asteroid. Even the possibility of static EMP effect produced by the entry into the atmosphere.

The very thing itself would suck the paint off yer house and give yer family a permanent orange Afro 900-1000 miles away from ground zero.

Now, use that to gauge what elenin (3-4 km) might do if she hit us......Or Asteroid 2005YU55 that's right behind elenin (400-600 ft)

You could imagine (again if the density is there) what would happen if one of these struck land in a major populated area.

BLOOEY


I wouldn't know if what you stated is fact, but I'm taking that with a grain of salt.

Now, the appropriate question, is it really earth bound?

So it is calculated to fly by some good distance away, so they say.

[If only I could get up there myself...oh well.] thinking aloud...

Peace
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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:30 PM
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Although you appear to be right, if you do some more checking I think you'll find those are studies of previously collected data. I'm pretty sure they cut the mission short.

Here's an article I found. I won't kick you at all. Easy mistake to make actually.



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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:32 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist
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You are quite right about the light bulb in the dark room. In our solar system there is no dark spot except when an object blocks out the Sun.

But to be fair I did talk about larger objects, planet-sized objects. Smaller objects are not easy to spot. Just as we cannot easily see an approaching mosquito, a rock headed our way goes unnoticed. The bigger the object the less likely we are to miss it. There are whole sky surveys that look in all directions and scan for objects. These can see something the size of Earth out 320AU. That is really far away. Pluto is 50AU out at its farthest from the Sun.


WOW. That is far away, well after that i will be able to sleep well knowing that if the end does come from space, we will at least have a few days or weeks to have some fun and party.
Thanks fella.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:33 PM
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Cool, i will see what i can dig up and if it has been shut down i'll leave a post here so people know.


Its all mumbo-jumbo to me.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Found it i think.




Feb. 17, 2011 - The WISE Spacecraft transmitter was turned off for the final time at 12:00 noon PST today (Feb 17). WISE Principal Investigator Ned Wright sent the last command. The Spacecraft will remain in hibernation without ground contacts awaiting possible future use.


W.I.S.E

For anyone looking.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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There you go partner, that was pretty quick.

Now there is a lot of speculation going around as to why the hell they turned it off. As in " they found what they were looking for". Scary stuff from that point on. But I remind everyone, pure speculation!
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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 09:48 PM
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Ooooooh, what you said sent shivers up my spine. I must find out the truth behind this mystery, i feel like im scooby doo now.


Until our posts cross again master randyvs, toodles.



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