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

 
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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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I love 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.
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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.
 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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun. If it was anything other than "Venus", you wouldn't have been so lucky.

The footnote, in this case is, even though you did see this highly reflective planet, it still was not that bright, when you added that filter..
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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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
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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


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 "Nibiru" freaks are advocating:

"Why don't we just take a huge minimizer (3mm fixed-focus-lense of smartphone), and make the bulb several times dimmer, while allowing as less light to enter the eye as possible (equivalent to a 100 watt light bulb)?

Now, we will cut down the light to a mere 0.01 watts, by adding a floppy disk filter over the minimizer."

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.


What you did not take into account:
The solar filter and your floppy block the same amount of visible light. Thus, if you can see nothing in a telescope (that even amplifies the light) you can see 1000x nothing in a 3mm fixed-focus-lens of a smartphone.

Proof that the smartphone-pictures are just lense flares.


Get the point? If not, it is not my fault.



BTW:
The measuring unit for light is not watt.
And how about my other points? No instructions from your Lieder for that?


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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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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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut


There you go again, distracting from the original point I have been trying to make I will say it AGAIN in as few words as possible....”Planet X cannot be seen through a telescope, using a heavy solar filter”. Using a filter of this grade is like putting a blanket over a window to cut down on the glare of the Sun. The only reliable way, whether you believe it or not, is to forget about the useless telescope, and take snap shots around dusk, or dawn, when Planet X is very close to the Sun. If you have a better idea, I am sure you would rather keep it to yourself.
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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut

There you go again, distracting from the original point I have been trying to make I will say it AGAIN in as few words as possible....”Planet X cannot be seen through a telescope, using a heavy solar filter”. Using a filter of this grade is like putting a blanket over a window to cut down on the glare of the Sun. The only reliable way, whether you believe it or not, is to forget about the useless telescope, and take snap shots around dusk, or dawn, when Planet X is very close to the Sun. If you have a better idea, I am sure you would rather keep it to yourself.
 Quoting: \Volar 14736585


Can't you read or are you just simple stupid?

The UV- and visible-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
What you can see with a floppy, you also can see with a solar filter.



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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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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut

There you go again, distracting from the original point I have been trying to make I will say it AGAIN in as few words as possible....”Planet X cannot be seen through a telescope, using a heavy solar filter”. Using a filter of this grade is like putting a blanket over a window to cut down on the glare of the Sun. The only reliable way, whether you believe it or not, is to forget about the useless telescope, and take snap shots around dusk, or dawn, when Planet X is very close to the Sun. If you have a better idea, I am sure you would rather keep it to yourself.
 Quoting: \Volar 14736585


Can't you read or are you just simple stupid?

The UV- and visible-light-blocking of a floppy disk and a "heavy solar filter" are almost the same.
What you can see with a floppy, you also can see with a solar filter.


 Quoting: Hydra


If you recall, I have always used the expression "light filter", or the different grades of "welders lens" when describing filters. Since I have no experience with "floppy disk filters", I couldn't give you an educated answer on how they perform. Using a lighter tint filter, when the Sun is rising, or setting, is most likely your best bet, for a chance to view Planet X. Remember, you can always experiment on your own, instead of relying on what the internet says, or calling people names, based on hearsay.
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Look at all the dancing Nibirus....

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Thanks for that.
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Look at all the dancing Nibirus....

1rof1


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If you are going to make a video of Nibiru, you should at least make it without "lens flares" dancing around. Did you notice this guy's patronizing tone of voice? Could be he is working for someone, and passing on disinformation? Who knows what his agenda really is, or why is he has gone to all this trouble, without identifying himself? In fact, why speculate, when it is much easier to take it with a grain of salt?

If you notice in the video below, it was NOT taken with a useless telescope, nor was a very heavy solar filter used. This is a typical shot of Planet X, without the "why can't amateur astronomers see it" garbage.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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sfan !ZETAS RIGHT AGAIN! NIBIRU IS COMING.hf
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Look at all the dancing Nibirus....

1rof1


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If you are going to make a video of Nibiru, you should at least make it without "lens flares" dancing around. Did you notice this guy's patronizing tone of voice? Could be he is working for someone, and passing on disinformation? Who knows what his agenda really is, or why is he has gone to all this trouble, without identifying himself? In fact, why speculate, when it is much easier to take it with a grain of salt?

If you notice in the video below, it was NOT taken with a useless telescope, nor was a very heavy solar filter used. This is a typical shot of Planet X, without the "why can't amateur astronomers see it" garbage.

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


I have a 'patronizing tone' on this subject because people like you are putting out pure Bullshit as fact. You are the one putting out disinformation and my 'agenda' is to expose You, Terral, Nancy, Donny, and the rest of you frauds for what you are. Anyone can duplicate this video, I showed you exactly how to accomplish it. I did make a video using still shots, with the same filters, here...Fool.

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Look at all the dancing Nibirus....

1rof1


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If you are going to make a video of Nibiru, you should at least make it without "lens flares" dancing around. Did you notice this guy's patronizing tone of voice? Could be he is working for someone, and passing on disinformation? Who knows what his agenda really is, or why is he has gone to all this trouble, without identifying himself? In fact, why speculate, when it is much easier to take it with a grain of salt?

If you notice in the video below, it was NOT taken with a useless telescope, nor was a very heavy solar filter used. This is a typical shot of Planet X, without the "why can't amateur astronomers see it" garbage.

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


I have a 'patronizing tone' on this subject because people like you are putting out pure Bullshit as fact. You are the one putting out disinformation and my 'agenda' is to expose You, Terral, Nancy, Donny, and the rest of you frauds for what you are. Anyone can duplicate this video, I showed you exactly how to accomplish it. I did make a video using still shots, with the same filters, here...Fool.


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Make all the videos you want, if it makes you happy. After all, everyone has the right to the pursuit of happiness. My question is why are you so angry, when there is so little time left, for all this wasted emotional energy?
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Look at all the dancing Nibirus....

1rof1


 Quoting: TBar1984


If you are going to make a video of Nibiru, you should at least make it without "lens flares" dancing around. Did you notice this guy's patronizing tone of voice? Could be he is working for someone, and passing on disinformation? Who knows what his agenda really is, or why is he has gone to all this trouble, without identifying himself? In fact, why speculate, when it is much easier to take it with a grain of salt?

If you notice in the video below, it was NOT taken with a useless telescope, nor was a very heavy solar filter used. This is a typical shot of Planet X, without the "why can't amateur astronomers see it" garbage.

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


I have a 'patronizing tone' on this subject because people like you are putting out pure Bullshit as fact. You are the one putting out disinformation and my 'agenda' is to expose You, Terral, Nancy, Donny, and the rest of you frauds for what you are. Anyone can duplicate this video, I showed you exactly how to accomplish it. I did make a video using still shots, with the same filters, here...Fool.


 Quoting: TBar1984


Make all the videos you want, if it makes you happy. After all, everyone has the right to the pursuit of happiness. My question is why are you so angry, when there is so little time left, for all this wasted emotional energy?
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I don't appreciate fraudsters trying to scare the women & children. I do receive numerous e-mails from 'scared' people pointing me to the BS that people like you dump on the unaware. I am not unaware and will expose your BS whenever smelt. Your type do leave a distinguishing smell BTW, I can smell it from here.

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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
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Think they might have a hard time with this one, Astro. It's a solid argument.
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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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut

The only reliable way, whether you believe it or not, is to forget about the useless telescope, and take snap shots around dusk, or dawn, when Planet X is very close to the Sun.
 Quoting: \Volar 14736585

No, you're wrong, I've already proven that my technique is superior for detecting planets during the day and you have utterly failed to address your cult's failure of a technique which I have already exposed.

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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.
 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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut


So you took a telescopic picture of Venus, without an Elongation. Why am I not impressed? As I said before....because "Venus" is the brightest Planet in the Solar system, it should be obvious it would appear near the Sun as a burning hot piece of coal. And....due to its reflective intensity, it would not be hard to discern the fact dampening the intensity of the Sun would still not inhibit this extremely bright object to not be viewed. Not so, with all the other Planets....especially Planet X. The Sun makes your telescope with a large aperture virtually USELESS.
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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.
 Quoting: Astromut


Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
 Quoting: Volar 14736585

Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
 Quoting: Astromut


So you took a telescopic picture of Venus, without an Elongation. Why am I not impressed? As I said before....because "Venus" is the brightest Planet in the Solar system, it should be obvious it would appear near the Sun as a burning hot piece of coal.
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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. You're so unbelievably dense that I have to say it again. You should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
The Sun makes your telescope with a large aperture virtually USELESS.
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No, it does not. As I have already proven, my technique is superior for detecting planets during the day. You're deliberately ignoring this fact so that you can continue to troll, but it just makes you look like an idiot.
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Astromut, maybe I have given you much more credit than you have deserved, however, this is one of the few times I have my doubts. The only reason you could see Venus in broad daylight is, for the simple reason, that Planet is very heavy in cloud cover, and its clouds are very reflective of the Sun's rays....especially when it is that close to the Sun.
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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. If the cell-phone-floppy-disc technique were viable for detecting planets far more difficult to detect than Venus as you imply, Venus should stand out like a blowtorch. It doesn't. The only thing it shows are filter flares, no real planets. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
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So you took a telescopic picture of Venus, without an Elongation. Why am I not impressed? As I said before....because "Venus" is the brightest Planet in the Solar system, it should be obvious it would appear near the Sun as a burning hot piece of coal.
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Then you should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. You're so unbelievably dense that I have to say it again. You should feel really stupid that all your cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. Good job, you just shot down your own technique. Thanks for disproving yourself!
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Why all the semantics, Astromut? As I have stated repeatedly, "Because of its extremely reflective intensity, Venus is the only Planet you will EVER see with your telescope during the solar hours." In fact, why don't you make a believer out of me by posting a pic of another planet near the Sun, BESIDES "Venus", using your useless telescope? It cannot be done, and you KNOW it. In fact, I will make this promise to you, that if you try, I will not laugh at you, or say "I told you so".
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Why all the semantics, Astromut?
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I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
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Why all the semantics, Astromut?
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I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
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BLAH, BLAH BLAH.
You're stubbornness matches Nancy Lieder.

The only difference between the two of you is that you don't believe in Planet X... (neither am I, but I will keep an open mind, because people in the know are proven wrong all the time as times go by...)

Now proof you're superiority and show a picture of a planet in our solarsystem besides Venus at broad daylight, or else shut up...

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Why all the semantics, Astromut?
 Quoting: Volar 14736585


I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
 Quoting: Astromut


BLAH, BLAH BLAH.
You're stubbornness matches Nancy Lieder.

The only difference between the two of you is that you don't believe in Planet X... (neither am I, but I will keep an open mind, because people in the know are proven wrong all the time as times go by...)

Now proof you're superiority or else shut up...
 Quoting: rtnet


Superior daytime planet detection vs Nancy Lieder's technique right here:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
The difference between me and Nancy Lieder, is that I follow the evidence, wherever it leads. It does not lead to "planet X."
Thread: Robert Harrington's Planet X Does Not Exist
I'm only stubborn about following the evidence.
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Why all the semantics, Astromut?
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I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
 Quoting: Astromut


BLAH, BLAH BLAH.
You're stubbornness matches Nancy Lieder.

The only difference between the two of you is that you don't believe in Planet X... (neither am I, but I will keep an open mind, because people in the know are proven wrong all the time as times go by...)

Now proof you're superiority or else shut up...
 Quoting: rtnet


Superior daytime planet detection vs Nancy Lieder's technique right here:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
The difference between me and Nancy Lieder, is that I follow the evidence, wherever it leads. It does not lead to "planet X."
Thread: Robert Harrington's Planet X Does Not Exist
I'm only stubborn about following the evidence.
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All I see is the sun and venus... where are the other planets? Show me Mecury...
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I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
 Quoting: Astromut


BLAH, BLAH BLAH.
You're stubbornness matches Nancy Lieder.

The only difference between the two of you is that you don't believe in Planet X... (neither am I, but I will keep an open mind, because people in the know are proven wrong all the time as times go by...)

Now proof you're superiority or else shut up...
 Quoting: rtnet


Superior daytime planet detection vs Nancy Lieder's technique right here:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
The difference between me and Nancy Lieder, is that I follow the evidence, wherever it leads. It does not lead to "planet X."
Thread: Robert Harrington's Planet X Does Not Exist
I'm only stubborn about following the evidence.
 Quoting: Astromut


All I see is the sun and venus... where are the other planets? Show me Mecury...
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Show me Mercury from a cell phone filtered by a floppy disc, otherwise my technique is still superior.
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Why all the semantics, Astromut?
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I will say it again, though you will keep ignoring it because you're a worthless troll. Your cult's cell-phone-floppy-disc pictures can't even detect Venus in broad daylight like my telescope can. My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight. That's all that matters, period, end of story.
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Planets?....or do you mean PLANET? There is only one planet we are interested in, and that is "Planet X". As far as "Venus", you are right....it cannot be detected in solar hours without telescopic means, since it is so small compared to a Jupiter size planet, like Planet X. Anyway, who cares, since a simple camera is all that is needed to view it, on rare occasions.

As I said before, it all depends on the right tool. Venus can be viewed in solar hours with a telescope because of its reflective characteristics; a mere camera cannot detect it because of its size. Now, Planet X is different. A small aperture camera can occasionally view Planet X, since it does not need a very dark filter, whereas a telescope like yours could never view it in solar hours due to the fact it does not have the same reflective qualities as Venus.

This is why your "amateur astronomers" can NEVER view Planet X, and debunkers will always claim "lens flare" thinking amateur astronomers are capable of viewing Planet X, when they really do not have this capability.
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BLAH, BLAH BLAH.
You're stubbornness matches Nancy Lieder.

The only difference between the two of you is that you don't believe in Planet X... (neither am I, but I will keep an open mind, because people in the know are proven wrong all the time as times go by...)

Now proof you're superiority or else shut up...
 Quoting: rtnet


Superior daytime planet detection vs Nancy Lieder's technique right here:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
The difference between me and Nancy Lieder, is that I follow the evidence, wherever it leads. It does not lead to "planet X."
Thread: Robert Harrington's Planet X Does Not Exist
I'm only stubborn about following the evidence.
 Quoting: Astromut


All I see is the sun and venus... where are the other planets? Show me Mecury...
 Quoting: rtnet


Show me Mercury from a cell phone filtered by a floppy disc, otherwise my technique is still superior.
 Quoting: Astromut


My telescope is therefore superior at detecting planets in broad daylight.

Wrong, so you're telescope is superior in detecting VENUS, not planets (like my welding glass) tool

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Wrong, so you're telescope is superior in detecting VENUS, not planets (like my welding glass) tool
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Venus is a planet, genius. Therefore my telescope is superior at detecting planets.

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Wrong, so you're telescope is superior in detecting VENUS, not planets (like my welding glass) tool
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Venus is a planet, genius. Therefore my telescope is superior at detecting planets.
 Quoting: Astromut


Exactly genius...

Venus is a Planet, not Venus are planets...

Now it's confirmed that you're telescope is superior over you're intellect 1rof1

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I don't appreciate fraudsters trying to scare the women & children. I do receive numerous e-mails from 'scared' people pointing me to the BS that people like you dump on the unaware. I am not unaware and will expose your BS whenever smelt. Your type do leave a distinguishing smell BTW, I can smell it from here.

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1rof1 drama queen lmao
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Wrong, so you're telescope is superior in detecting VENUS, not planets (like my welding glass) tool
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Venus is a planet, genius. Therefore my telescope is superior at detecting planets.
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Exactly genius...

Venus is a Planet, not Venus are planets...
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You need help. Show me a picture of Venus captured with a cell phone filtered by a floppy disc. Put up or shut up. Either show that or my point stands.
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