posted on Jun, 19 2012 @ 01:32 AM
Binary star systems are common in the universe. We however are not in a binary star system.
There are many predictions about the coming of a second sun. Kraspedon was told about such eventuality, Nostradamus mentioned it, and there's another
'contact' individual who has written about an energy-mass-collection that seems to be drifting towards our solar system and is drawn to the sun -
that could then become another sun, activated by our sun's rays. This was written in the year 1987, as far as I remember. I could some day try to
translate that part to english for everyone to see, if there's enough interest.
But the point is, there may be a second sun, or it might be that there won't be a second sun. If the second sun did appear and get activated, it
would change a lot of things in this solar system, including the orbital distances and such.
If something like that was already happening, you can bet we would know it from the magnetic effects that would seriously mess things up on the
planet. Most of us would probably not be here reporting about it, calmly sipping tea from our designer teacups, utilizing the fully working internet.