posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 07:10 PM
Hmmm...I read the article and watched the youtube videos (and some extra ones).
I am usually not in the "debunker" camp, but I have to say the videos with the "bunny hopping" venus looked faked. Some of the youtubers also
said that the previous solar eclipse was also "faked", which I find sort of funny, since my husband and I stood and watched it the whole time.
Unless aliens are in space putting a big disc across the sun to screw with our heads, it was a real solar eclipse.
Plus, the article states that gravity pushes and does not pull. If that were so, everything not attached to this planet would go flying off into
space, no? The guy who wrote the article wants people to recommend him for the MacArthur Grant for geniuses to continue their work, so he actually
went through a whole rambling tome in which he claimed that he was smarter than the foremost scientific expert on gravity, and then puts a link for
the MacArthur Foundation so somebody could recommend him, since he couldn't recommend himself.
Very interesting idea, but since he claims some aliens moved Venus, and are helping our government to hide their agenda until the right time by moving
Venus around to placate us amateur star-gazers in order to hide the existence of Planet X, I gotta say that it was humorous fiction, but I just cannot
buy it. I think the guy is a loon.
Fun read, though. Thanks OP!