Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
Originally posted by Phage
Jupiter only "gives off" light in infrared. So does Saturn, Mars, and Venus. We can see them because they reflect the visible light of the Sun.
But Nibiru doesn't give off light in infrared, nor does it reflect the light of the Sun. Nibiru does not exist.
So no objects in the universe absorb reflected light?
Just skimming over this thread so I'm not sure if this has been mentioned in here but you might want to explore the scientific term "Black body"
Nasa has already admitted that there might be thousands of dark comets flying around our solar system unseen but even these would not be considered a
"perfect black body"... but what would?
well, have you ever heard of carbon black? It's a common toxic ingredient in paint. It is just one example of things that are used for pigment or to
absorb light. I want to stress that it is a basic approach to cloaking something but my point is that more sophisticated means are being sought, like
nanotubes and other things i have limited understanding on but what I'm getting at is there is a scale that science looks at concerning an objects
degree of being a "black body" and I theorize that it might not be impossible to create something that absorbed and utilized all forms of light or
energy coming it's way and if it was internally 'spent' so to speak, it would be completely undetectable by many various means... possibly almost
completely. Of course this would take great efforts but if something is possible on a SCALE, such as the concept of black body, then there is no
reason to think that it could not be perfected. In other words, it might very well be scientifically possible.
...but that's with great effort and technology... What about a naturally occurring body such as a planet or planetar?
well, let's go back to carbon black and also another thing used for pigments found in nature, black iron oxide.
I certainly don't claim to be an expert on the ingredients of celestial bodies but where have we heard these terms before?
I do not buy into all these videos and pictures that are coming up all over the net, but lately I have stumbled across a few questions that I would
very much like some answers to.
Do you know how many cultures across the world speak of both past and future events where rocks will fall from the sky?... but that aside, there are
some things that I find very suspicious about nasas behavior on some things and what they do with their pictures and I'd like an explanation... and I
don't think it's about panicking because not everyone can be saved, because anything is possible. I think it has more to do with dropping the ball,
being inept and then when the realization finally comes, wanting to be first.
I have walked around this subject very carefully with healthy skepticism for a while, but if you dig into it... it really does get interesting.
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