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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 794008:MV85ODAxNzJfMTU2Nzc3NjBfQ0ExODBDODY=] [quote:DrPostman] How much mass is it lacking to become a star then Dr. P? If mass is all it needs (which it isn't) then over time the comet impacts would add mass and create a star according to you. Jupiter, which is already very damned big (3 or 4 Earths would fit into the Great Red Spot) would need to be at least 60 times it's current mass to have enough gravity to sustain a fusion reaction. I don't think there are enough comets in the entire solar system that can make Jupiter become that large so that it has the gravity to compress the hydrogen into a self sustaining reaction. Here are a few links that go into more detail, including an excellent link on why the claims about the Galileo probe are wrong: http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/misc/jupiter_galileo.html http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=i-have-heard-people-call http://www.faqs.org/faqs/astronomy/faq/part5/section-12.html http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090409094149AAfKLDy [/quote] Mr Postman Don't be in denial, the end of the world as we know it is coming. don't be afraid, just accept it whether it is planet x, a comet, a pole shift, a sun flare and or earth changes the old system can't sustain itself any longer, omega point soon The prophecy is written [/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.
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