Originally posted by libertytoall
I'm going to have to completely disagree with you. The black hole's singularity IS outside our solar system and
it alone is the cause of gravity / EM / and time itself. It's much more difficult for me to believe a planet or star could effect our solar system in the way you describe when a black hole explains just as easily the phenomenon you're talking of. There's also much more evidence of a black hole then a second star in our solar system. The black hole would discredit the second star possibilty which is why I'm hardly convinced.
It couldn't be possible imo. If the anomalies found in the Solar System were caused by a singularity, energy, interstellar dust, ect from outside the Solar System, and from the direction of the galactic center wouldn't be reaching us, and it is.
If the anomalies were being caused by a singularity from the galactic center, coming from the center of our galaxy, then for example Sedna would be slingshot away from the Sun and out of the Solar system.
Yes, I know there is a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy, but if the anomalies were being caused by that singularity we wouldn't be receiving energy, or getting closer to the interstellar cloud that is coming from that same direction.
Here is a NASA video which talks about the interstellar cloud which is coming relatively from the direction of the galactic center. They talk about other things as well in the video.
Remember that NOTHING can escape a singularity, not energy, and not even light, which is a form of energy.
We are luckily at the outskirts of our galaxy, hence the supermassive black hole still is not affecting us as you say it is.
Not to mention that so far I haven't seen any astronomer stipulate that the anomalies in the Solar System are being caused by the supermassive singularity at the center of our galaxy.
edit on 8-9-2011 by ElectricUniverse because: (no reason given)