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It Doesn't Get Much More Main Stream Than 60 Minutes -- Planet Nine

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Drip, drip, drip ...  So little by little they are dripping out disclosure… 

"On 60 Minutes, CBS correspondent Bill Whitaker interviews Caltech astronomer Mike Brown who says he’s “pretty dead certain” there’s a ninth planet out there. He explains, when you look at the furthest planets including Pluto, “it looks like they’re being pulling off in one direction.” He believes the big thing pulling them is a big planet, which would be the real ninth planet in the solar system."

http://2paragraphs.com/2017/01/pluto-killer-astronomer-pretty-dead-certain-of-real-9th-planet/

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 I remember quite distinctly in the early 80s the announcement of Planet X. I paid attention because I was always fascinated with the solar system. And then the subject went quiet for a very long time. Why?  

In the meantime underground bunkers were built by the elite, and incredibly strong telescopes were placed at the Vatican and other areas (i.e. the south pole).  Why?

They are currently dropping little pieces of info re: "Planet Nine" via CalTech -- they made sure they couldn't call it Planet X again   ;) 

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37 minutes ago, One Step Away said:

 I remember quite distinctly in the early 80s the announcement of Planet X. I paid attention because I was always fascinated with the solar system. And then the subject went quiet for a very long time. Why?  

In the meantime underground bunkers were built by the elite, and incredibly strong telescopes were placed at the Vatican and other areas (i.e. the south pole).  Why?

They are currently dropping little pieces of info re: "Planet Nine" via CalTech -- they made sure they couldn't call it Planet X again   ;) 

I remember there was a lot of talk about planet x back in the 90's when i was in school as well.

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So, MSM/TPTB/NASA , etc now have to contradict what "they" were

saying in the past.  Some really interesting articles from the 1990s:

6/1/1993   NEW YORK TIMES:

 "Evidence for Planet X Evaporates in Spotlight of New Research"

"ASTRONOMERS can quit looking for the elusive "Planet X" because it is not there, a new study of solar system measurements has concluded. 

For a half century stargazers have hunted for Planet X, the solar system's hypothetical 10th planet. Its existence was inferred from what appeared to be irregularities in the orbital motions of several known planets. But a new study of the outer planets indicates that the long chase, based on presumed wobbles in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune caused by a planet, was based on erroneous observations and calculations." ....

"Despite the longstanding reluctance of a few theorists to abandon the Planet X hypothesis, Dr. Standish concludes, "There remains no need to hypothesize the existence of a 10th planet in the solar system.""

SOURCE:

http://www.nytimes.com/1993/06/01/science/evidence-for-planet-x-evaporates-in-spotlight-of-new-research.html

 

4/15/1996         Produced by the Information Services Department of the Royal Greenwich Observatory.

"The Furthest Object in the Solar System

Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council"

"The possibility of there being another planet, the so-called Planet X, has been suggested. The main scientific reason for another planet was that there were unexplained perturbations to the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. A recent analysis of the motions of these two planets has shown that the supposed perturbations are not real and that there is no need for another planet and indeed there is no evidence for the existence of one."

SOURCE:

http://www.oarval.org/furthest.htm

 


 

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Someone should find Leo Biederman and have him figure out what's up.

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At the furthest point of our solar system, there are literally hundreds of Pluto-size planetoids and extremely large asteroids.

The icy region, filled with these bodies, took Pluto off the Planet list because of the shear number of similar objects.

A really large body outside of the icy belt could impact the orbital path of some of the largest planetoids but for now, Uranus and Neptune effect the present orbits of Pluto and the closer asteroids in our galaxy.

If something is coming our way, it would have to have an enormous elliptical orbit around our sun and it's unlikely that our own sun has impact on its orbit.

This seems more like a rouge planet either displaced from another solar system or even possibly under is own gravitational propulsion.

The idea of a "death star" heading our way is intriguing but unlikely.

A Dyson sphere of a manufactured origin could answer questions that might shed some insight into the way galaxies coexist.

Personally, I believe that a black hole has drifted into our cosmic neighborhood and the anomalies being observed are those of attraction rather than repulsion.

IMHO.

http://www.sciencealert.com/researchers-just-found-a-second-dyson-sphere-star

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1 hour ago, amused said:

At the furthest point of our solar system, there are literally hundreds of Pluto-size planetoids and extremely large asteroids.

The icy region, filled with these bodies, took Pluto off the Planet list because of the shear number of similar objects.

A really large body outside of the icy belt could impact the orbital path of some of the largest planetoids but for now, Uranus and Neptune effect the present orbits of Pluto and the closer asteroids in our galaxy.

If something is coming our way, it would have to have an enormous elliptical orbit around our sun and it's unlikely that our own sun has impact on its orbit.

This seems more like a rouge planet either displaced from another solar system or even possibly under is own gravitational propulsion.

The idea of a "death star" heading our way is intriguing but unlikely.

A Dyson sphere of a manufactured origin could answer questions that might shed some insight into the way galaxies coexist.

Personally, I believe that a black hole has drifted into our cosmic neighborhood and the anomalies being observed are those of attraction rather than repulsion.

IMHO.

http://www.sciencealert.com/researchers-just-found-a-second-dyson-sphere-star

Is this Racist, to call them Black..:chuckle:

http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/monster-black-holes-lurking-in-nearby-galaxies/ar-BBy2M7R?li=AA59G3&ocid=spartanntp

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And this is exactly what I heard from the news in late '83 ... They sure had a lot of detail at that time -- they saw it twice, in fact!!!  So what's the real story? ...

 

12/30/1983     The Washington Post

 

"A heavenly body possibly as large as the giant planet Jupiter and possibly so close to Earth that it would be part of this solar system has been found in the direction of the constellation Orion by an orbiting telescope aboard the U.S. infrared astronomical satellite." ...

 

"The mystery body was seen twice by the infrared satellite as it scanned the northern sky fromlast January to November, when the satellite ran out of the supercold helium that allowed itstelescope to see the coldest bodies in the heavens. The second observation took place sixmonths after the first and suggested the mystery body had not moved from its spot in the sky
near the western edge of the constellation Orion in that time."

SOURCE:

http://www.timetobelieve.com/2013/01/planet-x-in-washington-post-1983/

Here's an image of the original article, SOURCE http://planetxnews.com/2015/07/22/mystery-heavenly-body-discovered-possibly-as-large-as-jupiter/

 

 

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Is there a pic or video of the planets being pulled by the object or anything else to check out ourselves?

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On January 9, 2017 at 8:58 AM, Really? said:

Is there a pic or video of the planets being pulled by the object or anything else to check out ourselves?

Here's a few to start -- (remember, NASA said in 1988, "We (NASA) have a 90-99% Confidence Uranus and Neptune are being Disturbed by PLANET X.") --

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nKJdOEbB29k

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CuGa92uJYbI

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fNYN9bhjC-8

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo0Bz-8ZeR8

 

http://planetxnews.com/2015/06/20/measurable-evidence-that-planet-x-is-affecting-the-entire-solar-system/

 

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