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Rogue Planets Could Drive By And Scoop Up Life

 
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Rogue Planets Could Drive By And Scoop Up Life
Free-floating “rogue” planets may occasionally dip into the inner Solar System, according to new research by the University of Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology in the UK.


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full disclosure soon
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sick life ! rockon
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I imagine the people able to fund/create a craft to venture near or on these rouge Planets, would only do so if they could profit from it.

Meh, sorry for my pessimism. Great post though 5*
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Life is everywhere. Only in small exceptions are localized pockets of zero life. Humans have the ratio backwards.

But Life isn't as friendly to invaders. Just look deeper into the Apollo Lunar Missions.
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Nibiru

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Interesting concept but wouldn't planets that have the ability to sustain life already contain the material to foster it without these rouge planets acting as inter-galactic bees?
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full disclosure soon
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Is this a running joke on this website? I swear anytime ANYTHING about space is posted, some retard like you says "full disclosure soon"


go hang yourself
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full disclosure soon
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Only, the full disclosure will announce a direct collision much like the great impactor theory that created the moon milliions of years ago, which btw is starting to gain acceptance by astronomers.
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Please start with the glpers.
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full disclosure soon
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Only, the full disclosure will announce a direct collision much like the great impactor theory that created the moon milliions of years ago, which btw is starting to gain acceptance by astronomers.
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Linky or stinky.
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scoop up life = rapture = new age ascension
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Rogue Planets a nice cover to tell the real story.

As its only happens one in Billion years.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
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No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
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Wait! I could cause the death of someone by farting, but what is the probability of that happening? I guess it is more probable than a rogue planet getting into our inner solar system.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
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No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


then you haven't heard all the theories about Nibiru. stop concentrating on Nancy.

Sitchin's work doesn't rely on a brown-dwarf. Zecharia Sitchin posits the rogue-planet theory.

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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


then you haven't heard all the theories about Nibiru. stop concentrating on Nancy.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Nibiru is said to have a 3600 year orbit, it's nothing like a rogue planet. I'm going to play your game; I have no idea who this Nancy person is, but the theory didn't originate with them, people have been saying that for decades.

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Sitchin's work doesn't rely on a brown-dwarf. Zecharia Sitchin posits the rogue-planet theory.
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No, he does not. Rogue planet does not mean a planet with a 3600 year orbit, it means a planet which does not orbit any star. It has nothing to do with the "Nibiru" claims, and I don't care who it comes from.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


then you haven't heard all the theories about Nibiru. stop concentrating on Nancy.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Nibiru is said to have a 3600 year orbit, it's nothing like a rogue planet. I'm going to play your game; I have no idea who this Nancy person is, but the theory didn't originate with them, people have been saying that for decades.
 Quoting: Astromut


Sitchin's work doesn't rely on a brown-dwarf. Zecharia Sitchin posits the rogue-planet theory.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, he does not. Rogue planet does not mean a planet with a 3600 year orbit, it means a planet which does not orbit any star. It has nothing to do with the "Nibiru" claims, and I don't care who it comes from.
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don't argue sitchin with me, honey.

it goes back to the birth of our system. that's when Nibiru was captured by our system as a rogue planet.

you're the astronomer, you explain uranus on its side, and the chevron scar on miranda.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
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No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


*claps on the shoulder* Tell us this again when we get a 72 hour night.
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Lord of the Harvest(Nibiru) shall return. During that time the planet will be shrouded with pure darkness & we will experience Anti-matter Universe, A oneness with Creator.
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don't argue sitchin with me, honey.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Don't call me "honey." And I'm not arguing "sitchin," I'm simply telling you that what he claimed is not a rogue planet by definition. A planet that orbits a star is not a rogue planet.
it goes back to the birth of our system. that's when Nibiru was captured by our system as a rogue planet.
 Quoting: l'eft

Then it's no longer a rogue planet, it's a captured planet. Regardless of how the claim says it came to be here, it's not a rogue planet.
you're the astronomer, you explain uranus on its side, and the chevron scar on miranda.
 Quoting: l'eft

Simple. The early solar system was a violent place with protoplanets colliding with each other. It does not require the presence of a "rogue planet" nor even a captured planet. Sedna may be an example of a captured planet, though it's only a dwarf planet.
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Sitchin's "planetary collision" view does superficially resemble a theory by modern astronomers—the giant impact theory of the Moon's formation about 4.5 billion years ago by a body impacting with the newly-formed Earth. However, Sitchin's proposed series of rogue planetary collisions differ in both details and timing. As with Immanuel Velikovsky's earlier Worlds in Collision thesis, Sitchin states that he has found evidence of ancient human knowledge of rogue celestial motions in a variety of mythological accounts.
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No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


then you haven't heard all the theories about Nibiru. stop concentrating on Nancy.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Nibiru is said to have a 3600 year orbit, it's nothing like a rogue planet. I'm going to play your game; I have no idea who this Nancy person is, but the theory didn't originate with them, people have been saying that for decades.
 Quoting: Astromut


Sitchin's work doesn't rely on a brown-dwarf. Zecharia Sitchin posits the rogue-planet theory.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, he does not. Rogue planet does not mean a planet with a 3600 year orbit, it means a planet which does not orbit any star. It has nothing to do with the "Nibiru" claims, and I don't care who it comes from.
 Quoting: Astromut


don't argue sitchin with me, honey.

it goes back to the birth of our system. that's when Nibiru was captured by our system as a rogue planet.

you're the astronomer, you explain uranus on its side, and the chevron scar on miranda.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


Hello, idiot! My name is, Fact.

Stitchin is a fraud. He bases his "interpretations" off of a tablet that never existed in the first place, HONEY. Maybe YOU should go do your homework. Always, ALWAYS, when trying to discern what is fact: Take into account, all accounts. Look up Stitchiniswrong.something? Or, many other sources that prove that he is a fraud. FFS, You are an idiot.
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that's right, and it happens every 3600 years.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, it doesn't. Nibiru doesn't exist, and in fact the very definition of a rogue planet is in direct contradiction to "Nibiru." By definition a rogue planet does not orbit a star.
 Quoting: Astromut


*claps on the shoulder* Tell us this again when we get a 72 hour night.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15837077


Oh right, like we had last September when Ele... no wait, I was right again.
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don't argue sitchin with me, honey.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Don't call me "honey." And I'm not arguing "sitchin," I'm simply telling you that what he claimed is not a rogue planet by definition. A planet that orbits a star is not a rogue planet.
it goes back to the birth of our system. that's when Nibiru was captured by our system as a rogue planet.
 Quoting: l'eft

Then it's no longer a rogue planet, it's a captured planet. Regardless of how the claim says it came to be here, it's not a rogue planet.
you're the astronomer, you explain uranus on its side, and the chevron scar on miranda.
 Quoting: l'eft

Simple. The early solar system was a violent place with protoplanets colliding with each other. It does not require the presence of a "rogue planet" nor even a captured planet. Sedna may be an example of a captured planet, though it's only a dwarf planet.
 Quoting: Astromut


so, aside from his classification of it as a rogue star (which it was before capture, by your definition, so your point is moot), his theory is sound. MAY not be accurate, but possible, no?

should i call you Sugar?

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then you haven't heard all the theories about Nibiru. stop concentrating on Nancy.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft

Nibiru is said to have a 3600 year orbit, it's nothing like a rogue planet. I'm going to play your game; I have no idea who this Nancy person is, but the theory didn't originate with them, people have been saying that for decades.
 Quoting: Astromut


Sitchin's work doesn't rely on a brown-dwarf. Zecharia Sitchin posits the rogue-planet theory.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


No, he does not. Rogue planet does not mean a planet with a 3600 year orbit, it means a planet which does not orbit any star. It has nothing to do with the "Nibiru" claims, and I don't care who it comes from.
 Quoting: Astromut


don't argue sitchin with me, honey.

it goes back to the birth of our system. that's when Nibiru was captured by our system as a rogue planet.

you're the astronomer, you explain uranus on its side, and the chevron scar on miranda.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


Hello, idiot! My name is, Fact.

Stitchin is a fraud. He bases his "interpretations" off of a tablet that never existed in the first place, HONEY. Maybe YOU should go do your homework. Always, ALWAYS, when trying to discern what is fact: Take into account, all accounts. Look up Stitchiniswrong.something? Or, many other sources that prove that he is a fraud. FFS, You are an idiot.
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the only thing people like you toss around is heiser and his sitchiniswrong.com

the man is a known shill. show me these other "many" sources, other than heiser, please. and if they take the same "that's not what it means because my teacher told me so" position of heiser, don't bother then, either.
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Rogue Planets Can Find Homes Around Other Stars


As crazy as it sounds, free-floating rogue planets have been predicted to exist for quite some time and just last year, in May 2011, several orphan worlds were finally detected.

Then, earlier this year, astronomers estimated that there could be 100,000 times more rogue planets in the Milky Way than stars.

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