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Post by Vintage on Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:26 pm

Apparently today was to be the end of the world, although there's still time I suppose its only 9:10, if we miss this one the next is scheduled for 23rd September. There are photos of Niburu/planet x (red orb) next to the moon it looks pretty solid on the photos but try as I might I can't see it. Analysts reckon its lens flare.
All the planets, at least the ones we know of, settle into a orbit which is similar in shape and direction to all the others, even the asteroids go around in an orbit, at least, if further in distance from the star, yet this planet is apparently in a huge olliptical orbit that only brings it around every how many thousand years and on a trajectory that will destroy the earth, doesn't make sense to me, why didn't this happen on previous orbits. If its a wandering planet why hasn't the huge outer planets captured it or at least slowed it enough to be influenced by the sun's gravitational pull and put it into orbit around itself like all the others. Anyone know? Anyone care?

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Post by *THE Ben Reilly* on Tue Sep 04, 2018 12:30 am

Vintage wrote:Apparently today was to be the end of the world, although there's still time I suppose its only 9:10, if we miss this one the next is scheduled for 23rd September. There are photos of Niburu/planet x (red orb) next to the moon it looks pretty solid on the photos but try as I might I can't see it.  Analysts reckon its lens flare.
All the planets, at least the ones we know of, settle into a orbit which is similar in shape and direction to all the others, even the asteroids go around in an orbit, at least, if further in distance from the star, yet this planet is apparently in a huge olliptical orbit that only brings it around every how many thousand years and on a trajectory that will destroy the earth, doesn't make sense to me, why didn't this happen on previous orbits. If its a wandering planet why hasn't the huge outer planets captured it or at least slowed it enough to be influenced by the sun's gravitational pull and put it into orbit around itself like all the others. Anyone know? Anyone care?

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Post by eddie on Tue Sep 04, 2018 12:32 am

Well I think I’m here but sometimes I have no idea where I am, seeing as I live in eddieland pretty much all of the time.

Let me know if you can see this.

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Re: End of the world today

Post by veya_victaous on Tue Sep 04, 2018 3:37 am

umm 

All the planets, at least the ones we know of, settle into a orbit which is similar in shape and direction to all the others, even the asteroids go around in an orbit, 
that's not actually true  scratch



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Post by Fred Moletrousers on Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:08 pm

Bugger...just after I had told my boss to go fuck himself; confessed to her indoors that I have had a pneumatic blonde Swedish mistress for the past 20 years; sent a highly libellous email to Jeremy Corbyn and burned my Christmas card mailing list!
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Re: End of the world today

Post by Vintage on Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:14 pm

never mind the next date is 23rd. Sept. - apparently and the one after that - well I'm sure there's another date in the pipe line, someone will be right one day..

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Post by Vintage on Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:18 pm

veya_victaous wrote:umm 

All the planets, at least the ones we know of, settle into a orbit which is similar in shape and direction to all the others, even the asteroids go around in an orbit, 
that's not actually true  scratch




So its feasible then that something in a big enough elliptical (?) orbit could come along and smash into the earth?

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Post by WhoseYourWolfie on Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:24 pm

Smile

Well...

There was that asteroid that crashed into the Earth around 65 million years ago..

A lot of unhappy dinosaurs after that little bingle.

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Post by Vintage on Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:37 pm

True, if bodies are in orbit don't they need to be bumped out of that orbit in order to crash into something else?
Wandering bodies what motivates them isn't only bumping or gravitational pull move these things otherwise wouldn't they be inert.

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Post by veya_victaous on Wed Sep 05, 2018 1:02 am

Like Wolf Said, not only feasible but has happened before.

it would happen more often too if we weren't protected by Jupiter immense gravity that pulls many midsize objects into it, preventing them reaching the inner planets.

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