Sunday, June 29, 2008

Hollow Earth

Hollow Earth is a belief that the planet Earth has a hollow interior and, possibly, a habitable inner surface. The hypothesis of a Hollow Earth has long been contradicted by overwhelming evidence as well as by the modern understanding of planet formation, and the scientific community now dismisses the notion as pseudoscience.

The deepest hole drilled to date is the SG-3 borehole which is 40,230 feet (7.6m/12/3 km) deep, part of the Kola Superdeep Borehole project, and thus visual knowledge of the Earth's structure extends that far.

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Planet X Revived

The search for Planet X may not be over yet. The Kuiper Belt terminates suddenly at a distance of 55 AU from the Sun, and there is some speculation this sudden dropoff maybe caused by the presence of an object with a mass between that of Mars and Earth located beyond 55 AU. Patryk Lykawka, astronomer at Kobe university. Japan, claims that we will discern this object's existence or lack thereof by 2013.

Lykawka's computer simulations suggest that a body roughly the size of Earth, ejected outward by Neptune early in the Solar System's formation and currently set in elongated orbit between 80 and 170 AU from the Sun, could explain not only the Kuiper cliff but also the peculiar "detached" TNOs such as 90377 Sedna. While some astronomers have cautiously supported Lykawka's claims, others have dismissed them as contrived.

An alternative theory, proposed in 1999 by John Murray of the Open University and John Matese, Patrick Whitman and Daniel Whitmire of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, has long period comets originating from specific regions of the sky, rather than coming from random directions as proposed by Oort. This would result from comets being disturbed by an unseen object at least as large as Jupiter, and possibly a brown dwarf.

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Friday, June 6, 2008

Planet X: The Truth Behind Chemtrails

Some say chemtrails are being used to help fight global warming but some say it was used for poisoning human beings.

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Thursday, June 5, 2008

Planet-X: New Calculations Proof It's Really There!!

A t the Kobe University in Japan, scientists have calculated that a planet with at least 2/3 Earth's size, making a huge elliptical orbit is going to be discovered within the next 10 years! They came to this conclusion using computer simulations.

However, according to the Sumerian clay tablets planet X or as they called it Nibiru is bigger than Earth and the surface is not frozen but has vegetation and life. The tablets also say a race of humanoid beings life on that planet called the Annunaki, which means: Those who from Heaven to Earth came. It is written in the clay tablets that they came to Earth (which they called the 7th planet because they begin to count from Pluto) 350,000 years ago and crossed their DNA with hominids. They did that by taking an Annunaki egg cell and fertilize it with sperm cells from hominids in test tubes. That combination was injected in an Annunaki womb. Nimmah gave birth to the first human child. She named him: Adamu

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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Origin of the Discrepancy

At the beginning of the 20th century, many astronomers speculated about the existence of a planet beyond Neptune. Neptune had been discovered via calculations of the mathematicians John Couch Adams and Urbain Le Verrier to explain discrepancies between the calculated and observed orbits of Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter.

After the discovery of Neptune, however, there still were some slight discrepancies in those orbits and also in the orbit of Neptune itself. These were taken to indicate the existence of yet another planet orbiting beyond Neptune.

In 1905, Percival Lowell, a wealthy Bostonian who had founded the Lowel Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona in 1894, started an extensive project in search of a possible ninth planet, which he termed "Planet X". He hope in tracking down Planet X was to establish his scientific credibility, which had been dented by his widely derided belief that channel-like features visible on the surface of Mars were in fact canals constructed by an intelligent civilization. He performed 2 searches for it without success, the first ending in 1909, and after revising his prediction for where it should be found, the second from 1913 to 1915, after which Lowell published his mathematical hypothesis of the parameters for Planet X. Ironically, at his observatory that year, 2 faint images of Pluto were recorded, but were not recognized at the time.

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Monday, June 2, 2008

Planet X

Do you believe that there is Planet X ?

In astronomy, Planet X is a large hypothetical planet beyond Neptune. It was postulated to explain apparent discrepancies in the orbits of the gas giants, especially those of Uranus and Neptune. Those discrepancies were resolved by measurements made in the 1980s.

The "X" in the name represents an unknown and is pronounced as the letter, as opposed to the Roman numeral for ten. At the time of its conception there eight known planets in the solar system; it was accordingly counted as a "ninth planet" in its initial decades, and then as a "tenth planet" from 1930 until the theory's demise in the early 1990s, and its is now generally accepted in the astronomical community that Planet X, as originally envisioned, doesn't' exist.

Although Pluto was discovered as a result of the search for Planet X, it is not considered Planet X. Neither is, Eris, even though it was at one point considered for reclassification as a planet under a proposal outlined by the International Astronomical Union. In popular culture, "Planet X" has become a stand-in term for an undiscovered planet in the solar system. The term has also been appropriated by pseudoscientific theorists such as Nancy Lieder and Marshall Masters.

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