Originally posted by Mattodlum
I was looking at the trajectory for that day and noticed that Uranus is in alignment also, with the Sun, Elenin, and the Earth. Mercury looks to almost be in alignment, but too close to tell. Anyways, why haven't I heard too many people talk about Uranus in the alignment also? Is it too far away to have an effect. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Originally posted by chrismicha77
I think it's time to put Elenin to bed and forget about it! There will be no significant effects felt from Elenin. Next doomsday thread please!
back on topic, I think there is something fishy about elenin, maybe not the comet itself but every alignment we have a major earthquake. since japan until now we havent seen anything over 7 mag. only a few day...
Originally posted by eywadevotee
If Elenin were something dangerous it would have been visible as a reddish star at this time. My best guess it's a comet used to keep up watching the wrong part of the sky...
Because black obviously means non-reflective and invisible. DUH!!!
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Theophoros
Why do you believe a black dwarf would not reflect light? Why do you believe that black dwarfs exist?
So all of the pictures taken of elenin (the comet) show us a Black Dwarf? Crickey, no wonder the closer it got to the sun the more it faded out, it was soaking up all of our sunshine. Why, I have noticed that the days are getting shorter and colder. Is the Black Dwarf what is causing it?
Originally posted by Theophoros
That ain't no comet.
A Black Dwarf would be virtually invisible until it got real close - like between us and the sun - and would have a weaker magnetic field then a Brown Dwarf but it would still pack a punch when it got close.
Elenin is a Black Dwarf...