posted on May, 26 2012 @ 10:06 AM
reply to post by ElectricUniverse
So, because you MIGTH have given that link it means you are right?... No, more so when your reading comprehension is really lacking.
No. It simply means I am familiar with the paper. As far as reading comprehension is concerned, the issue is that the constraints in that paper are
smaller than the constraints imposed by observations in the IR, optical, and other parts of the EM spectrum.
I remember well you claiming that no large planet or a brown dwarf could exist in those distances, and all the evidence you gave was your
Then I suggest you tune up your reading comprehension and go back and see that I posted information from whole sky surveys. The issue boiled down to
you using the weakest constraint and being unable to understand how basic math works when there are multiple constraints.
A brown dwarf is NOWHERE near the size of a star or any Sun-size object, and there are brown dwarves that are so faint that you MIGHT only
detect them in infrared, depending on the area they are.
Please go back and read for a change. I specifically made a reference to a Sun sized object, i.e. much bigger than a brown dwarf. You even quoted me
writing "a Sun-sized object ".
Who is telling lies?
Like I tried to inform you in the past in order for any scientific data to be replaced by new sets you actually need to be able to replicate
the results more than once... In fact several times, otherwise either the smaller constraints or the larger ones could be right... It is called the
scientific method. Maybe you heard of it.
Sorry, but the higher constraints existed in IRIS, WISE, LINEAR, STARR-PANS and many other systems. So once again you need to work on the information
I have already provided to you.
Many times there have been claims made that the "pioneer anomalies has been explained already" yet even NASA doesn't think so, and neither do
other scientists who don't work for NASA...
The group that had access to more data than anyone else has shown quite well how the Pioneer anomaly is explained. There will always be a few holdouts
like you that prefer to leave it as an anomaly. That's okay. You just get left in the dust as the scientific method is applied. Maybe you heard of it.
PS> Did you finally figure out what a dinosaur is?
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