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Originally posted by Illustronic
As soon as CNN says U.S. Special Forces killed Bin Laden everyone calls fake, but when they say a planet X is out there everyone takes it as truth, lock, stock, and barrel. One has to really wonder about who choose to believe what from where, and not a single science reference to why they say it is there, but the shepple don't need science because science lies to them and they are smarter than that. So they will latch onto a spliced portion of a MSM they always say is lying to them. What sense does that make?
Originally posted by JaeBea
reply to post by Pauligirl
Has not been seen, however, they are rolling Stereo B to look at it 2 hours a day????
That is dedicated to the sun and they roll to look at a comet????
You, my friend, may want to get in touch with reality.
Originally posted by SheopleNation
Originally posted by dilly1
Originally posted by SheopleNation
Somethings coming. The question is what and when.~SheopleNationedit on 15-8-2011 by SheopleNation because: TypO
Yea ,,something is coming, its a huge piece of kaka from our government and MSM ,,which people like you will eat it as if it were chocolate. Mmmm,,yummy
Very intelligent contribution to this thread. Are you so blind that you actually believe that nothing has ever hit this planet before, or that something large could be in deep space? Hey knock yourself out. Keep your head stuck in the ground if you wish. What's the matter, did Mommy take away your tinker toys again? ~SheopleNation
I don't know about them, but I personally believe that there's less comets than in previous years,just that we have better technology to look for them.
Originally posted by megabytz
The gravitational perturbations of the other planets would also be detectable. What makes you think there are any more inbound comets than usual?
In principle, a viable candidate would be a putative trans-Plutonian massive object (PlanetX/Nemesis/Tyche), recently revamped to accommodate certain features of the architecture of the Kuiper belt and of the distribution of the comets in the Oort cloud, since it would cause a non-vanishing long-term variation of the eccentricity.
Actually, eq. (40) is totally unacceptable since it corresponds to distances of X as
absurdly small as dX = 30 au for a terrestrial body, and dX = 200 au for a Jovian mass (Iorio 2011).
We must conclude that not even the hypothesis of Planet X is a viable one to explain the anomalous increase of the lunar eccentricity of eq.
You are never going to get a straight answer from anyone in the scientific field, because they are so afraid of censur for having crazy hypothesis
How soon we forget Hale-Bopp which BTB still doesn't have an orbital period.
It's not of interest to you. That's ok. It is of interest to me because it's in the Ophiuchus sector of sky where the ecliptic now goes.
Regarding the reliability of data:
Data is only as good as the source is agenda and vested interest-free. Loopy statements by government entities do not inspire confidence in the data. In fact, it makes it all suspect because there appears to be an underlying agenda.
In the 1960’s Peter Van de Kamp claimed that Barnard's Star had an exoplanet. He based this claim on an apparent wobble in the star’s motion.  Kemp spent 40 years studying the Barnard star. Observations made by other telescopes were never able to replicate the date of the wobble. It is believed that the wobble was an anomaly of equipment at Sproul Observatory.