posted on May, 17 2012 @ 10:04 AM
Originally posted by Chamberf=6
As I have stated before (just to be ignored)
the gravitational effects of a body that large would be immensely felt.
Not just on Earth but the other planets and even our star, the sun.
Why is this ignored?
And I have noticed that the OP says he has a "timetable" for the near future of when all the mayhem is supposed to start --
then he keeps avoided giving that information.
He has also stated that last night he took pics of this "Planet X" then he refused to post his OWN supposed photos of this.
Something smells here and it isn't the flowers.
Oh, somebody feels ignored? Do you want to be enlightened or focus on your feelings?
Gravity? Ever hear of the 188 day earthquake cycle? If you go back it is easy to see the FACT that a major earthquake was happening every 188 days
or so, the last one, the 7.9 Mag in Mexico was off by two days. And yes, 8+ mag earthquakes are extremely rare, you'll notice the before PX entered
the solar system in 2003, looking back on 20th century earthquake data, we would go years without having an 8+ Magnitude earthquake. The 188
earthquake cycle wasn't debuked, despite the pathetic attempt by the CIA with their "ley lines" joke, which had every geologist on the Planet
laughing. Oh yes, by the way, I am an amatuer geologist.
Current geological theory says it is impossible to have a major earthquake 188 days or close to it. So OBVIOUSLY, there must be something causing
these earthquakes, that isn't explained by current geological theory.
That cause is the answer to your question, yes, the gravitational effects of that body are being felt. Also, it is causing the earth wobble as shown
in the vidoe that started this other thread:
Thanks for tying it all together and proving my point!