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Originally posted by notsosunny
Just look at Google earth and click on earthquakes.
You will see hundreds of quakes along the coast of South and Midden America (and California).
On the average there is a 6+ quake every three days.
S whats new?
I'd expect you to say nothing less.
Thanks for reassuring me that everything I've watched and read is complete bunk.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by rickymouse
You would think that that Asteroid that is in a horseshoe shaped orbit with earth would have more influence on our planet than something wandering through. Isn't that around Earth about now or is it turned around already?
I know what you're saying and I'm on your side but after all, isn't that very subjective?
".. have more influence" than what?
We have birds falling out of the sky, other birds kamikazin' head first into Walmart parking lots......millions of species of ocean life dead....booms, rumbles and noises of no apparent point of origin.....super hot weather.....Sun going through major convulsions......what looks to be, heavy aerosol spraying in the skies.....earthquakes that wipe out more people than some places have in totality and........a lot of attention to the New Madrid fault line all of a sudden (with drills and all).
So, more influence? I don't know about you but I kinda get the hint!
Thanks for your post
It was thought that close binary stars could not have planetary systems because each star of the system would truncate the disk of the other and remove material that is needed in the formation of planets. However the team of Mexican, American and Spanish astronomers Rodriguez, D'Alessio, Wilner, Ho, Torrelles, Curiel, Gomez, Lizano, Peldar, Cantï¿½ and Raga (Nature, Vol. 395, p. 355, 1998) discovered that probably there is a binary in L1551 IRS5 with two well-separated disks with radii around 10 times the Earth-Sun distance and with masses between 0.03 and 0.06 of a solar mass. That's enough to form a solar system, comets and all included, according to some researchers like Weidenschilling (Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol. 51, p. 153, 1977) and Hayashi (Progress in Theoretical Physics, Supplement Vol. 70, p. 35, 1981), who have made theoretical calculations on how much material was needed to form the solar system out of a primordial nebula.
The condition to form a planetary system in a binary is that the stars are not too close and that one of the stars is massive enough to keep the planets in elliptical orbits that are not too elongated. If the components of the binary are too close and have similar masses, whatever planets are formed in the primordial nebula will wander around the stars in chaotic orbits or will have very elongated orbits and could even be expelled from the binary. If one of the stars is far enough or have much less mass than the other, planets will form around the more massive star, called the primary star, and will have nearly circular orbits. This is important to prevent the planet from becoming too hot or too cold at different times of the year.
Roughly a week before the supposed arrival of Planet X, Lieder appeared on KROQ-FM radio in Los Angeles, and advised listeners to put their pets down in anticipation of the event. When asked if she had done so, she replied that she had, and that "The puppies are in a happy place." She also advised that "A dog makes a good meal". After the 2003 date passed without incident, Lieder said that it was merely a "White Lie ... to fool the establishment," and said that to disclose the true date would give those in power enough time to declare martial law and trap people in cities during the shift, leading to their deaths.[
Originally posted by caf1550
Really millions of species of ocean life dead, millions really?
The sun is beginning the peak of its activity and will continue for about another year or 2, happens every 11 years
your opinion on "chemtrials" because the skies in MA are clear and blue.
There is no evidence of a Brown Dwarf or even another planet that is moving through the solar system
Im not trying to attack you but your theory has been proven wrong time and time again.