reply to post by Human_Alien
Why isn't your general practitioner at that brain surgery conference?
Why isn't that kidney specialist over at that conference about bone diseases???
You do realize that the field of Astronomy is very diverse, yes? That there are many different kinds of astronomers that specialize in different
fields? An astronomer that is a planetologist is going to specialize in planetary evolution, but that does not make them an expert in galactic
You are right that a collision with the Andramada galaxy is something that is in the far off future, and how does that help / affect us now?
Well, our galaxy, the Milk Way, is a eater of galaxies. We know that it has had collisions in the past with other galaxies and has grown in size
because of that.
When these collisions happen, it's possible for another star system to pass close to our star system, for planets in those systems to get ejected,
and become rogue planets......
Aren't you one of those Planet X / Niburu believers? Wouldn't you want this to be understood better, so that professional astronomers might learn
something that may actually support your cause?
Astronomers have been looking for years in the skies for things. So far they've not found any conclusive evidence that supports another star as a
companion to our sun. Each time they put even better equipment in orbit to try and find all sorts of things, and the hopes of finding something like
that get's busted. What else do you want them to do? They ARE looking. They just have not found anything. Sorry that's not what you want to hear,
but it's the truth.
I see the asteroid belt has been explained to you. If you don't like the accepted view of how they originated, then become an astronomer yourself,
with a degree, and prove them wrong.
Same goes for the moon. If you don't agree with modern astronomy's accepted theories, then again, go to school, become and astronomer yourself, and
prove those theories wrong (or right).
What I find arrogant is you dictating what astronomers should or should not be studying, when you're not even a amateur astronomer
And as for you photo's of a nebula (yes that is what it is), how can anyone take an idiot like that guy on 32 degree's seriously?
"Oh look! The picture of this is upside down! See? They are lying to us!"
Riiiiiiight. So if anyone takes a picture of the moon when it's in the sky, but is in a different position so that it's orientated 180 degrees from
someone else's pictures....OR.....the picture was with a telescope which gives you an upside down image in the first place
(god that guy is a
freaking idiot).......they we MUST assume that they are lying to us!!!!
Again, riiiiiight. He's another example of someone that should not open his mouth about things he's not an expert in (or how he even doesn't
understand the basics that my 10 year old son does....sheesh!).