Evidence mounts for the existence of planet nine

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  1. ilscuro's Avatar

    ilscuro said:

    Default Evidence mounts for the existence of planet nine

    There is now strong evidence that there is an enormous planet, ten times the size of Earth, lurking in the far reaches of our solar system.


    Two new studies have been published providing fresh evidence for the existence of a massive planet at the edge of the Solar System.

    The object, dubbed Planet Nine, planet X or Nibiru was first proposed early this year, but it has yet to be directly observed. It is believed to be on average 70 times more distant from the Sun than Earth, so observations are difficult.


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  2. gadgetman's Avatar

    gadgetman said:

    Default Re: Evidence mounts for the existence of planet nine

    In the research I did about it, well over ten years ago states it comes around approx every 3600 years. Its travel around the earth is clockwise, where all the other planets travel anti clockwise. Which bring into effect of the water rising around the world. Like the story of Noah's Ark so to speak. I'm saying this without even checking your link out.
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  3. crazyal's Avatar

    crazyal said:

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    Well I did research into this about 25 years ago and I spent a lot of time looking up at the sky most days from my back garden and I could see fuck all but blue sky and clouds. The clouds sometimes moved fast and sometimes very slow. I'm saying this without even touching my keyboard.

    Do I win £5?
     
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    gadgetman said:

    Default Re: Evidence mounts for the existence of planet nine

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyal View Post
    Well I did research into this about 25 years ago and I spent a lot of time looking up at the sky most days from my back garden and I could see fuck all but blue sky and clouds. The clouds sometimes moved fast and sometimes very slow. I'm saying this without even touching my keyboard.

    Do I win £5?
    No, but thanks for asking ;-)