Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by galactix
your leaving out dark mass bro: we already know that systems orbit black holes faster than they should.
You mean dark matter? No, we don't know systems orbit black holes faster than they should but black holes don't have anything to do with dark matter
Dark matter accounts for differences in orbital velocities on a galactic (and intergalactic) scale, not on an interstellar scale and certainly not
enough to keep the Solar System in orbit around Sirius.
here read this bitchin science xplanation
Nibiru. Bitchin science.
edit on 12/16/2012 by Phage because: (no reason given)
dark matter, dark mass: whatever , bro.
and black holes sit in the middle of galaxies. so we orbit the black hole, yes? nitpicking arguments are so irritating.
so... galaxies hold themselves together and have different dynamics than solar systems, eh?
darkmass only applies on the intergalactic scale?
more silliness. especially since there IS NO dark matter. lol
and of course you'd pick on the one discreddited word in that article.
nibiru is than name given to a star known by the Egyptians, not some dark adversary planet worshiped by doomtards.
so much confusion.
try to understand it's use in context.
but you can't can you. oh well.
all ur science will belong to us