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THE RETURN OF THE DESTROYER, NIBIRU, PLANET X, DRAGON, DARK STAR, BROWN DWARF, ECT...
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 899054:MV85ODAxNzJfMTU2NjU1NzZfQUU4REFEQTc=] [quote:CN] The alignment of the solar system with the galactic plane is a very inexact concept - it is difficult to say exactly when we enter the precise plane and we actually may be several million years from reaching this general point. 2012 is simply the end of our solar precession cycle. This video makes an interesting tie-in regarding precession, the existance of a companion star (what some may loosely refer to as Planet X), and end of the current Mayan age. A bit after a minute into the video, you can see that "Planet X" and some of the other concepts regarding 2012 changes need not be mutually exclusive: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z97i3FBhSs&feature=related[/youtube] [/quote] I don't understand why you say that the alignment with the galactic plane is and "inexact concept" by a "million years" margin, the recent post of Dr. Postman shows very *precise* definitions of what it means, [b] [quote:Dr.Postman-http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message980172/pg72#15577016] "...The Milky Way has no very clear boundaries, but is on average about 12 degrees wide in the sky, and the solstitial point takes about 12°/360°*26000 = about 900 years to cover such a distance. The Milky Way has no clear central line either, so there is uncertainty about when the solstitial point crosses that central line. Different groups of people can each use reasonable definitions for the central line that yet deviate from one another. If we estimate (for example) that the uncertainty about the "best" central line of the Milky Way is half a degree (which is only a small fraction of the width of the Milky Way), then the corresponding uncertainty in the date at which the solstitial point crosses the central line is 0.5°/360°*26000 = about 36 years..." [/quote] [/b] In fact there *is* an uncertainty but only of nearly 4 decades, not million years. And thanks for the video. [/quote]
2 hour presentation I gave at Brave New Books in Austin.
Just covered the facts, packed the place, many more people came than I expected and everyone was very grateful. It was a 1000% success.
Here is part 1 of 13. Have at it...please, prove me wrong. I hope you can.
edited per lucas request
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