Originally posted by Kastogere
If it is big enough to effect earth, people will see it in the sky because it will have to be close enough to effect earth much like the moon does.
Regardless of what color it is, people will see it if it is indeed that close.
I am not sure but, I think it will be a bit further than the moon, but it will still affect us because of it's large size.
People will not see it because it is colors not visible to the human eye (Ultra Violet) and I don't think mainstream scientists will admit to such a
Originally posted by Destinyone
reply to post by arpgme
My question is....why do you think it's true. What makes this thread any different than the 100s of threads that state the same things. Have you
come into any *new* information, data, to share with us...
I don't think anyone called it an ultra-violet (invisible) giant moon.... People are expecting to "see" it and they won't, not because of it's
orbit, but because of its colors unable to be seen by humans. To be fair, I am not sure if another had this exact perspective but most seem to be
waiting for it to "pass" as if it were something able to be seen with the naked eye.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Ummm.... NASA and those they get data from often discover things by seeing what isn't there not what IS there. In other words, if something big
enough to effect this planet were literally days away (Aug 2012??) there would be suspiciously large areas of the star field out there that just kinda
look black in exactly the shape of the object that close to us.
Kinda how they shot down the Stealth over Serbia.
So...Pics or? Well....like you said, it's invisible. errrr.. yeah.
It is not "that" close to Earth, but it is large so it will affect the Earth. Remember, we can only see from the perspective of Earth, we can not
see from different angles (off Earth).