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NIBIRU/ PLANET X CONFIRMATION---putting the pieces together

 
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Don't waste you time with the debunkers buddy, they are just PAID to do a job.
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Prove it.
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For anyone doing their own research not inclined to listen to the "knowledge management specialists" or any others following HB Gary disinformation protocols, here are a couple thousand pictures on Planet X/Nibiru and its moonswirls aka the Planet X complex:

[link to poleshift.ning.com]

The poleshift will be catastrophic but survialable, there is much great survival advice on the site, all are advised to check the viability of their current location.

For example, the next prediction of an event leading up to the poleshift is a major New Madrid adjustment, so I would not be anywhere within 50 miles of that fault, or even much further, as this will be the first area to go under martial law, but not for any sinister reason, just to control the chaos from this event. It will probably happen over the next three months.
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And so you believe their time is coming?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1705696


I'm not sure what you're asking me. If Nibiru exists, it's not going to be here for a long time. I haven't seen any videos of a red, winged planet so...
 Quoting: TheGirlinBlack


Well that may be exaggerated. Plus, it will beige visible in the coming months, so we shall see what to make of this
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1705696


Why would that be exaggerated? The reason Nibiru appears to have wings is because of the debris that surrounds the planet. That's why the winged disk symbols were so important to them.(The Summerians) They represented Nibiru.
 Quoting: TheGirlinBlack


What is hilarious is the idea that these alleged attributes are even possible. It has "debris" surrounding it? What?? So gravity doesn't function around this alleged planet? Stuff just floats around it in space?
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Time will tell the full story
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Been hearing that since 1996.
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PICS I TOOK LAST YEAR OF THE SUN
ITS
STILL THERE
TAKE YOUR OWN!!



[link to s1171.photobucket.com]
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So it flies out from the sun and then jumps back next to it?
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PICS I TOOK LAST YEAR OF THE SUN
ITS
STILL THERE
TAKE YOUR OWN!!



[link to s1171.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10312953


I just might frame these! tounge Good find, makes perfect sense
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1705696


I took these with my the camera on my phone
Just put it on a negative exposure.
I took some last week and you can see them better now
They look blue and red.
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So this planet just floats around, near the sun for a year? Really?
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Nice camera. Very clear pictures 12 miles away....yet, it is very clear we will not see videos of this kind of clarity, taken of “Cydonia” on Mars, by lackey scientists,
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

[link to hiroc.lpl.arizona.edu]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yes, this is Cydonia, alright. There are also building structures, and ruins associated with this pic, located in the surrounding valley, which we will NEVER see, if NASA has their way.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Volar, I don't subscribe to this bullshit, but furthermore, this bullshit has nothing to do with what I was originally saying. Stop trying to distract me, troll.
 Quoting: Astromut


I was reading something the other day about a gentlemen who was working as consultant at NASA, i believe he was was there for repair of imaging equipment. He saw a gentlemen and asked what he was doing & he was visually altering real moon photo's to smudge out the ancient alien artifacts before they were released to the public. I will try to find the article before the day's out. But the governments suppression is nothing new. Cutting edge scientist disappeared or were-suicid'ed <-(made up so no grammar correction is req.) when the were about to go public. 2 top navel admirals were suicid'ed when they were about to go public about what they found at the Antarctica. There are no boundaries that the mighty US will stop at if according to them created a "national security issue".. Scientist were about to go fwd. with a working anti-gravity device and the G-men came in and said they "were attempting to subvert the US monetary system" meaning all the crooked government officials with there family's background in oil or ex vice presidents with hands in building oil rigs etc would quickly lose their power that oil money provided. It's a sad, greedy, corrupt world we live in, hopefully for not much longer.
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Don't waste you time with the debunkers buddy, they are just PAID to do a job.
 Quoting: get_over_it


Prove it.
 Quoting: Astromut


I wouldn't waste my time, and energy trying to prove anything, regarding debunkers, however, a word of warning....If you live in "Florida", you might want to move your telescope to higher ground, unless it is "waterproof".

Now, why I am attempting to give advice to a "debunker" is very humorous, indeed, giving their closed mindset. It does, however, offer a certain satisfaction as an "I told you so" futuristic scenario.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Great post OP. Did they ever mention the size of this thing? Why didn't the so called thousands of amateur astronomers see this? The guy's excuse seemed lame...because they would have to look during the early evening or morning? Come on.....

Interesting
 Quoting: Bluepill


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... seriously ... what "benefit" would amateur astronomers get from saying anything? ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Credit for the discovery, major props from everyone, YES we would say something.
... others would just ridicule ... or worse! ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Bullshit. Real discoveries are by their very nature, confirm-able. You publish your astrometric readings on the position of the object and from that derive the orbit. Then others can also observe it based on that orbit.
 Quoting: Astromut


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... my experience has taught me otherwise ...
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... but as always ... TIME will prove the truth ...
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sfan !ZETAS RIGHT AGAIN! NIBIRU IS COMING.alone
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OK, I will give you that. Suppose for a moment everything you believe is hypothetically the way you think it is. All the Planets are orbiting normally in respect to the Sun, and nothing has changed for the past million or so years, as you repeatedly infer. Other than the fact you claim everything is where it should be, and nothing has changed, what do you really have to offer, besides your “BS” knowledge anyone can find, or get in any encyclopedia, or textbook?
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Oh yes, I'm sure it's really easy to be as skilled in astronomy as me, just by "looking it up" in an encyclopedia. Ok genius, you're on.

Here's some raw video I just recorded of a satellite. For the sake of this test, let's just say the observing coordinates were 27.7206° N, 82.4333° W. Not my exact coordinates, but close enough that you can figure out the orbit without being able to stalk me. The raw video starts at 4:37:03 AM eastern time this morning. Let's see if you can determine the orbit using just that data or not, before I can. If you were paying attention then you probably already know which satellite that was, but if you steal the orbital data from NASA and repost it, I'll know. The orbital determination will be close, but not exactly the same as NASA's, particularly since the observer location I gave you was not exactly right. I'll make an orbital determination from the same data and coordinates. Futhermore, I'll post the astrometric measurements used to compute the orbit, so you have to do so as well as further proof that you're not stealing the data from some other website. Here's the video, good luck:

 Quoting: Astromut

Time's up. Here's the solution. Here are the astrometric measurements I made from the video. Here's a PSD image containing layers with each layer corresponding to a frame of the video and showing the coordinates of SDO in the image.
[link to www.4shared.com]
Here's the time in UTC followed by the right ascension and finally followed by the declination coordinates:
8:37:13.877 16 21 21.875 26 34 23.99
8:37:50.447 16 22 01.816 26 35 49.20
8:38:19.009 16 22 35.530 26 36 56.06
8:41:44.548 16 26 27.375 26 44 10.39
8:41:48.652 16 26 32.297 26 44 19.58
8:41:54.691 16 26 39.353 26 44 34.00
8:42:00.831 16 26 45.845 26 44 45.99
8:43:12.069 16 28 06.780 26 47 11.18
8:43:14.137 16 28 08.907 26 47 14.33
8:50:53.030 16 36 49.519 27 01 34.63
8:55:07.951 16 41 40.145 27 08 32.91
8:57:43.807 16 44 38.578 27 12 31.78
9:00:51.728 16 48 13.599 27 16 53.60
9:02:49.312 16 50 27.984 27 19 26.94
9:03:12.769 16 50 53.345 27 19 54.62
9:05:50.894 16 53 56.107 27 23 09.11
9:15:04.114 17 04 31.759 27 31 58.39
9:18:53.276 17 08 54.947 27 34 28.94
Here's the orbital solution derived from that, in TLE format (satellite number is user-specified and just something I made up on the spot, the satellite is actually the solar dynamics observatory):
SDO
1 12345U 0000000 12126.37559870 0.00000073 00000-0 50000-4 0 03
2 12345 27.8749 174.8990 0302450 264.8381 176.8993 1.06266444 04

Now, that's using the inexact location I gave you to solve with. The solution's not bad, but it's even closer to NASA's data when I use my true location. Here's the solution using my exact location:
SDO
1 12345U 000000 12126.36335807 0.00000000 00000-0 50000-4 0 04
2 12345 27.8313 174.8871 0002068 296.6978 140.7621 1.00200351 03
This orbit is virtually identical to NASA's published orbit for SDO:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]

I see you failed to produce Volar, and I gave you ample time. You have proven that it's not easy to be as skilled in astronomy as me, certainly not by simply "looking it up in an encyclopedia." You failed miserably Volar.

Last Edited by Dr. Astro on 05/06/2012 03:35 PM
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Great post OP. Did they ever mention the size of this thing? Why didn't the so called thousands of amateur astronomers see this? The guy's excuse seemed lame...because they would have to look during the early evening or morning? Come on.....

Interesting
 Quoting: Bluepill


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... seriously ... what "benefit" would amateur astronomers get from saying anything? ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Credit for the discovery, major props from everyone, YES we would say something.
... others would just ridicule ... or worse! ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Bullshit. Real discoveries are by their very nature, confirm-able. You publish your astrometric readings on the position of the object and from that derive the orbit. Then others can also observe it based on that orbit.
 Quoting: Astromut


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... my experience has taught me otherwise ...
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 Quoting: Wisconsin


Oh really? Show me an amateur astronomer who covered up a discovery.
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... seriously ... what "benefit" would amateur astronomers get from saying anything? ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Credit for the discovery, major props from everyone, YES we would say something.
... others would just ridicule ... or worse! ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Bullshit. Real discoveries are by their very nature, confirm-able. You publish your astrometric readings on the position of the object and from that derive the orbit. Then others can also observe it based on that orbit.
 Quoting: Astromut


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... my experience has taught me otherwise ...
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 Quoting: Wisconsin


Oh really? Show me an amateur astronomer who covered up a discovery.
 Quoting: Astromut


When I think of an amateur astronomer, I visualize someone who is learning how to use a telescope, while viewing the pretty night time stars...just like a pupil in a school classroom. What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X. A very good example would be the “Moon”, with even its highly reflective surface, can be rarely seen in the daytime hours. The correct tool, in this case, would be a camera with a very small aperture, and lighter filter, which would allow the Suns reflection. It alone is the right choice, and the "only" choice, for viewing, and taking photos of Planet X.

This is why the camera enthusiasts, who take Planet X seriously, do not have any interest in amateur astronomy. In comparison, it would be like using a “caterpillar tractor” to work on a car....Wrong tool.
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When I think of an amateur astronomer, I visualize someone who is learning how to use a telescope, while viewing the pretty night time stars...
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

An amateur astronomer is someone who does astronomy because they love doing it, they are not paid for it, they just love doing it. That does not mean they're just learning how to use a telescope and are just looking at "pretty night time stars." In fact, a serious amateur astronomer (which is what is generally meant by the term) already knows how to operate a variety of telescopes and frequently puts them to use to do far more than just casual observing. We do everything from studying variable stars to discovering and confirming new comets, asteroids, and even exoplanets.

What you have demonstrated quite clearly here is that you are incapable of matching this amateur astronomer's skill at real astronomy, which involves far more than just "viewing the pretty night time stars." I gave you the opportunity to prove yourself, you completely failed.
What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar

If it were "dim" you wouldn't be able to claim it was showing up right next to the sun whenever you look at it through a "floppy disc filter," yet that's exactly what your cult claims. I already proved that's just a filter flare, not a real planet, and yes I also proved my scope can see real planets through the solar filter even if they couldn't be seen through the floppy disc filter with a cell phone camera!
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A very good example would be the “Moon”, with even its highly reflective surface, can be rarely seen in the daytime hours.
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Man you're ignorant. I see the moon during the day all the time. It's visible at some point during daylight hours FOR MOST OF THE MONTH! Congratulations, you failed hardcore once again!
The correct tool, in this case, would be a camera with a very small aperture, and lighter filter, which would allow the Suns reflection.
 Quoting: Volar

Already proven completely wrong.
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This is why the camera enthusiasts, who take Planet X seriously, do not have any interest in amateur astronomy. In comparison, it would be like using a “caterpillar tractor” to work on a car....Wrong tool.
 Quoting: Volar

You're just a pathetic troll who has proven his worthlessness today.
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When I think of an amateur astronomer, I visualize someone who is learning how to use a telescope, while viewing the pretty night time stars...
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

An amateur astronomer is someone who does astronomy because they love doing it, they are not paid for it, they just love doing it. That does not mean they're just learning how to use a telescope and are just looking at "pretty night time stars." In fact, a serious amateur astronomer (which is what is generally meant by the term) already knows how to operate a variety of telescopes and frequently puts them to use to do far more than just casual observing. We do everything from studying variable stars to discovering and confirming new comets, asteroids, and even exoplanets.

What you have demonstrated quite clearly here is that you are incapable of matching this amateur astronomer's skill at real astronomy, which involves far more than just "viewing the pretty night time stars." I gave you the opportunity to prove yourself, you completely failed.
What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar

If it were "dim" you wouldn't be able to claim it was showing up right next to the sun whenever you look at it through a "floppy disc filter," yet that's exactly what your cult claims. I already proved that's just a filter flare, not a real planet, and yes I also proved my scope can see real planets through the solar filter even if they couldn't be seen through the floppy disc filter with a cell phone camera!
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A very good example would be the “Moon”, with even its highly reflective surface, can be rarely seen in the daytime hours.
 Quoting: Volar

Man you're ignorant. I see the moon during the day all the time. It's visible at some point during daylight hours FOR MOST OF THE MONTH! Congratulations, you failed hardcore once again!
The correct tool, in this case, would be a camera with a very small aperture, and lighter filter, which would allow the Suns reflection.
 Quoting: Volar

Already proven completely wrong.
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This is why the camera enthusiasts, who take Planet X seriously, do not have any interest in amateur astronomy. In comparison, it would be like using a “caterpillar tractor” to work on a car....Wrong tool.
 Quoting: Volar

You're just a pathetic troll who has proven his worthlessness today.
 Quoting: Astromut


Regardless of what you think, or say, no amateur astronomer will EVER use his telescope to search for a Planet X "near the Sun". This is why you will not see photos of PX taken with a very large aperture telescope, and a very heavy "solar" filter, which allows only the Sun's light, and nothing else.

Your lame rebuttal was expected, since there is no way you will ever compromise with Planet X advocates. Your ego would definitely not permit this to happen, not to mention the possibility of your handlers losing their confidence in your ability to “shill"....which I'm sure they are beginning to have doubts..

You may know how to use a "telescope", however, you know NOTHING, when it involves locating Planet X...or, you are being dishonest just to collect your 30 pieces of silver.
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Where is everyone going to be on 12 21 12? I am thinking of a whale watch and if the shit hits the fan at least i will have surfed a tsunami on a whale watch boat. :)
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Where is everyone going to be on 12 21 12? I am thinking of a whale watch and if the shit hits the fan at least i will have surfed a tsunami on a whale watch boat. :)
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I am going to surf a tsunami, what are your plans for 12 21 12?

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Regardless of what you think, or say,
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Translation, you're a completely close-minded cultist.
no amateur astronomer will EVER use his telescope to search for a Planet X "near the Sun".
 Quoting: Volar

Wrong. I do so all the time.
This is why you will not see photos of PX taken with a very large aperture telescope, and a very heavy "solar" filter, which allows only the Sun's light, and nothing else.
 Quoting: Volar

Already proven wrong, now you're just repeating lies.
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Your ego would definitely not permit this to happen, not to mention the possibility of your handlers losing their confidence in your ability to “shill"....which I'm sure they are beginning to have doubts..
 Quoting: Volar

So when you're proven wrong, you base your argument on ad hominem.
You may know how to use a "telescope", however, you know NOTHING, when it involves locating Planet X...
 Quoting: Volar

Wrong.
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You fail. Better watch yourself Volar or Nancy may ban you from your cult website for putting up such a piss poor defense of planet X.
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Hi Volar,

do you suffer from a poor memory?
Or is this just a new impudent try to spread your BS?

All this/your BS-claims were already discussed and debunked at length in another thread:
Thread: BREAKING- The Planet X COVER-UP



What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Wrong

The UV-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
The visible-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
The IR-light-blocking of a floppy disk is 50 times less (3.79 %) than a "heavy solar filter".
Thread: BREAKING- The Planet X COVER-UP (Page 33)

I remember, that Astro posted a photo of Venus taken with a "heavy solar filter" - clearly visible.
Thus even a dim object like an alleged PX close to the Sun would be clearly visible with a "heavy solar filter".

But lets assume your alleged PX is totaly black and reflects absolutely no light.
Since it is visible with a floppy, that lets pass IR-light (in contrast to a "heavy solar filter"), your alleged PX is an IR-emitter.

Let's compare again:
A floppy disk blocks all UV and visible light and about 96 % of IR-light.
An IR RM90 filter blocks all UV and visible light and only about 4 % of IR-light.
If your alleged PX is visible with a floppy, it would be visible even better with an IR RM90 filter.

Where is your PX near the Sun? [link to p-m-a.org]
And if you ask again, what is the pink dot - enhance the contrast and look for the sunspot (that day there was only one).




A very good example would be the "Moon", with even its highly reflective surface, can be rarely seen in the daytime hours.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Wrong again.

Do some reading: beside Merkur and Iapetus (Moon of Saturn) our Moon has the third lowest albedo of all bigger objects in our solar system.




The correct tool, in this case, would be a camera with a very small aperture, and lighter filter ...
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Wrong again.

Very small aperture = very little light
Small aperture = little light
Big aperture = much light

You contradict yourself: on the one hand you say your alleged PX is very dim - on the other hand you demand a very small aperture.
Dim object + very small aperture + floppy disk = no light.
Proof that all PXes in smartphone-pictures are lens flares.

... which would allow the lens flares.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Right.

It [smartphone with floppy] alone is the right choice, and the "only" choice, for viewing, and taking photos of Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Wrong again.




This is why the camera enthusiasts, who take Planet X seriously, do not have any interest in amateur astronomy.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Right.

Because with the proper equipment their PX-bubble would collapse.




In comparison, it would be like using a "caterpillar tractor" to work on a car....Wrong tool.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Wrong.

In comparison, it would be like using a diagnosis system to work on car electronics .... Right tool.



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Last Edited by Hydra on 05/07/2012 06:03 AM
If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
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Wrong

The UV-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
 Quoting: Hydra


You have no idea what you are talking about. I will try to explain in simple terms, so you can understand.

Let us take, for example, a thousand watt bulb shinning very bright, and there are objects next to it you are unable to see, because of the glare of the light. To be able to see the objects near the bulb this is what your "astronomy" freaks are advocating. "Why don't we just take a huge magnifier, and make the bulb several times larger, while allowing as much light to enter the eye as possible (equivalent to a 100,000 watt light bulb)? Now, we will cut down the light to a mere 10 watts, by adding a very heavy dark filter over the magnifier.” The result is everything close to this very dim, chocked down light cannot be seen because everything else has been filtered down to absolutely no visibility whatsoever.

Get the point? If not, it is not my fault.
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Great post OP. Did they ever mention the size of this thing? Why didn't the so called thousands of amateur astronomers see this? The guy's excuse seemed lame...because they would have to look during the early evening or morning? Come on.....

Interesting
 Quoting: Bluepill


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... seriously ... what "benefit" would amateur astronomers get from saying anything? ...
 Quoting: Wisconsin

Credit for the discovery, major props from everyone, YES we would say something.
... others would just ridicule ... or worse! ...
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Bullshit. Real discoveries are by their very nature, confirm-able. You publish your astrometric readings on the position of the object and from that derive the orbit. Then others can also observe it based on that orbit.
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... my experience has taught me otherwise ...
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... but as always ... TIME will prove the truth ...
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Wisconsin? .....would your name be ...... elle........?

Give it up, Nancy! ROFLMAO!!
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[link to www.youtube.com]

A relatively old report above, yet it makes frightening sense with the recent video below



So what do you think? I'm no firm believer but even if the recent Scotland video is forged, the NASA confirmation is rather chilling.

This nearing of the planet x would make perfect sense in regard to our recent wild natural earth patterns, tsunamis, magnetic shifts, more quakes, etc.

Feel free to rate and leave a comment!1dunno1
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What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
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Wrong

The UV-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
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You have no idea what you are talking about. I will try to explain in simple terms, so you can understand.

Let us take, for example, a thousand watt bulb shinning very bright, and there are objects next to it you are unable to see, because of the glare of the light. To be able to see the objects near the bulb this is what your "astronomy" freaks are advocating. "Why don't we just take a huge magnifier, and make the bulb several times larger, while allowing as much light to enter the eye as possible (equivalent to a 100,000 watt light bulb)? Now, we will cut down the light to a mere 10 watts, by adding a very heavy dark filter over the magnifier.” The result is everything close to this very dim, chocked down light cannot be seen because everything else has been filtered down to absolutely no visibility whatsoever.

Get the point? If not, it is not my fault.
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Volar, reducing the resolution, light gathering ability, and optical quality by using a small aperture shitty cell phone camera does not help you see "objects near the bulb." In fact, I showed Venus in broad daylight through my solar filter, as well as the fact that the floppy disc filtered cell phone image was only showing a filter flare, not a real object. The telescope out-performed the cell phone camera in every respect, including, and most importantly, in the ability to detect planets in the middle of the day.
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The USA is afraid to let people know there is nothing they can do. The government’s fear of mass panic, rioting, looting are the main factors. The mass deception that the government along with organized religion have painted us with for so long is about to be revealed. We are not the highest and most advanced people in the universe and the past is repeating itself. Sumerian records & even the Bible say Nibiru will approach from the Southern Sky - “THE LORD FROM THE SOUTH SHALL COME” (Habakkuk chapter 2) & “ALONE HE STRETCHES OUT THE HEAVENS; HE ARRIVES AT THE GREAT BEAR, SIRIUS AND ORION AND THE CONSTELLATIONS TO THE SOUTH” (The book of JOB chapter 9. CONNECT THE DOTS = Chemtrails to hide the incoming Nibiru. We invade ancient Babylon (Iraq) & head straight to the artifacts, alien technology and Ziggurat). We get rid of the Egyptian president & loot records, artifacts & alien technology. All the sites that the Sumerians spoke about as being places the GODS lived. READ ZECHARIAH SITCHINS 12th planet & the dots will connect themselves.
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Check this out, it seems that others think the same as you.. >> [link to www.youtube.com]
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Dude, I really hope you don't have kids.


What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


Wrong

The UV-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
 Quoting: Hydra


You have no idea what you are talking about. I will try to explain in simple terms, so you can understand.

Let us take, for example, a thousand watt bulb shinning very bright, and there are objects next to it you are unable to see, because of the glare of the light. To be able to see the objects near the bulb this is what your "astronomy" freaks are advocating. "Why don't we just take a huge magnifier, and make the bulb several times larger, while allowing as much light to enter the eye as possible (equivalent to a 100,000 watt light bulb)? Now, we will cut down the light to a mere 10 watts, by adding a very heavy dark filter over the magnifier.” The result is everything close to this very dim, chocked down light cannot be seen because everything else has been filtered down to absolutely no visibility whatsoever.

Get the point? If not, it is not my fault.
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lovin the debate
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lovin the debate
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It's not a debate. It's a display of willful ignorance.
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What should be very obvious is the fact a telescope with heavy "solar" filtering has a tendency to blot out most light of the many objects reflecting off the Sun....especially a dim object like a Planet X.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


Wrong

The UV-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
 Quoting: Hydra


You have no idea what you are talking about. I will try to explain in simple terms, so you can understand.

Let us take, for example, a thousand watt bulb shinning very bright, and there are objects next to it you are unable to see, because of the glare of the light. To be able to see the objects near the bulb this is what your "astronomy" freaks are advocating. "Why don't we just take a huge magnifier, and make the bulb several times larger, while allowing as much light to enter the eye as possible (equivalent to a 100,000 watt light bulb)? Now, we will cut down the light to a mere 10 watts, by adding a very heavy dark filter over the magnifier.” The result is everything close to this very dim, chocked down light cannot be seen because everything else has been filtered down to absolutely no visibility whatsoever.

Get the point? If not, it is not my fault.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


Volar, reducing the resolution, light gathering ability, and optical quality by using a small aperture shitty cell phone camera does not help you see "objects near the bulb." In fact, I showed Venus in broad daylight through my solar filter, as well as the fact that the floppy disc filtered cell phone image was only showing a filter flare, not a real object. The telescope out-performed the cell phone camera in every respect, including, and most importantly, in the ability to detect planets in the middle of the day.
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Nice, Astro.
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Can you not tell that video has been faked? F-cko !

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