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Originally posted by cloaked4u
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by stereologist
They probably don't know about the European Southern Observatory or the Australian National Telescope/Compact Array and the soon to be completed Square Kilometer Array, not to mention major observatories in every state and the thousands of amateur astronomers from the Southern latitudes.
The people who believe in stealth planet-spaceships/dwarf stars have not necessarily got the education, experience or intelligence to realize that such things are highly unlikely.
edit on 2/4/2012 by chr0naut because: too many 't's in latittttttttttttttttudes!
No such thing as a dwarf star? Interesting.
Originally posted by solitudeandme
reply to post by chr0naut
I've not replied before, so unsure if this will appear properly...
I have no doubt that the sky from both poles are equally visible to all, and personally I don't think we can be sneaked up on, 'but' if an incoming object can interfere with satellites, then the technology that observatories need to use to watch for these objects may fail, enabling thus object to appear before we have a chance to observe it.
As for the holes at the poles, I saw a link yesterday, not sure where, that claimed because of the warmth around the edges of the holes(from the inner earth), there was a fifty mile radius of greenery and life, if there were holes, someone would have gotten close enough to study them, I'm sure.
Originally posted by luxordelphi
Even with all of these constraints i.e. 90% of the world's population in the northern hemisphere, 2 million people in the Arctic as compared to a sparse population of government employees in Antarctica - there are a lot of videos of objects on You Tube and a lot of pictures of objects on the web from New Zealand and Australia.
If it is logical to theorize using this formula, any celestial body entering our system has to be bound by the gravity of our sun and therefore share the same axis/equatorial plane. Providing it is lighter than our sun, and can therefore be seen by the light it emits...
I don't see it as entering our solar system, but our system getting swallowed-up by it; the gas cloud/fluff.
The polarity of our gravity draws energy to the south pole where it is emitted out to space, then recycled back through the north pole, or opposite? I'm no scientist with any kind of a degree; but if our gravity field gets depleted as a result of this fluffy cloud and it's heat signature finds a path along the lines of our G-field and back into our atmosphere, that's a face melter in my book.
Are magnetic fields penetrable? We already know that we can reverse polarities...so what gives if this cloud is the catalyst for such an event? What if Betelgeuse goes super-nova?
Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by stereologist
I'm sure we have enough ingenuity to solve these minor issues.