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Our Solar System just got ALOT Bigger
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TOP Scientists Say We Actually Have Over 100 Planets in Our Solar System

Scientists say crazy sheet every day.
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The Ghost of ULP  Wrote: (03-21-2017 01:35 AM)
You may be familiar with our solar system's eight planets — Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. There's also their famous dwarf-planet companion, Pluto.

But this icy world may just be an appetizer to what lurks in a region beyond Pluto called the Kuiper Belt.

As this stunning animation suggests, dwarf planets may outnumber regular planets hundredfold or even thousandfold


link to image: https://giant.gfycat.com/TestyEnlightene...aburra.gif

more:
http://www.businessinsider.com/number-dw...tem-2017-3

Are those asteroid type planets?
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Second video talks about Pluto being a planet then said it is not and then scientists that say it is definitely a planet.

A planet is every rock that goes in a definite orbit around a sun, AND HAS MOONS.

So of course Pluto is a planet because orbits a sun and has moons.

Size is not important, it can be just 1 km or 1 million km in diameter. If it orbits and has moons it is a planet.

Now, channelings say there are planets and moons alive and those that are not, meaning they have 2 magnets inside or not. The atraction between suns and planets, and planets and moons is compensed by a repulsion force between them. This is because there are not one magnet but two magnets and the magnetic field is the resultant of both. The internal magnet has reversed poles to the other. In Earth first magnet is the core, then there is a separation layer and then comes the magma magnet, and then the crust where we live. If this separation layer is not present then there is only one magnet because the particles will flow between them making it only one magnet. This separation layer was like 4 years ago "discovered" by NASA (of course lying they know all this already) and I don't remember if they said it is full of water or what they said about it.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-21-2017 02:20 AM)
Are those asteroid type planets?

Channelings say in the Oort cloud there are three planets bigger than Earth and insectoid life in them (intelligent insectoid races). That channeling said our galaxy is mostly about insectoid races by the way!!!
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03-21-2017 02:33 AM

 



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It's all nonsense and pigwiffle. 100 new planets, 5 new particles at LHC. Yes mate. That LHC is just re-cycled fairy liquid bottle with old pipework and scrap cable stuck in it! Each employee brings in his own detritus in the morning, sprays it copper/silver and bolts it in where he can find a gap. All linked to a big screen with a paint app on it.

5 billion big ones a year, draw another line, let's make this one yellow and call it a squark higgy bottom. Budget secure for next year.

Wtf does any of it matter!

Baffles me the crap we work at while homeless poor people starve, lol.

Just my 2c. MJ rant over.

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03-21-2017 02:59 AM

 



Post: #21
RE: Our Solar System just got ALOT Bigger
U T T E R



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THEY DELETE PLUTO


THEN SAY THERE ARE HUNDREDS MORE PLANETS? lol


and let me guess, they are waaay cooler than mars, so were are totally going to skip mars in 2020 and just shoot for these other cooler planets.....

because you know they don't f*cking exist and boy what a f*cking mocumentary we could make about that FAKE trip......
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Dwarf Planets are still Planets... why can't some seem to understand that?

Gas Giant Planets are also Planets.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-21-2017 02:29 AM)
Second video talks about Pluto being a planet then said it is not and then scientists that say it is definitely a planet.

A planet is every rock that goes in a definite orbit around a sun, AND HAS MOONS.

So of course Pluto is a planet because orbits a sun and has moons.

Size is not important, it can be just 1 km or 1 million km in diameter. If it orbits and has moons it is a planet.

Now, channelings say there are planets and moons alive and those that are not, meaning they have 2 magnets inside or not. The atraction between suns and planets, and planets and moons is compensed by a repulsion force between them. This is because there are not one magnet but two magnets and the magnetic field is the resultant of both. The internal magnet has reversed poles to the other. In Earth first magnet is the core, then there is a separation layer and then comes the magma magnet, and then the crust where we live. If this separation layer is not present then there is only one magnet because the particles will flow between them making it only one magnet. This separation layer was like 4 years ago "discovered" by NASA (of course lying they know all this already) and I don't remember if they said it is full of water or what they said about it.

"A planet is every rock that goes in a definite orbit around a sun, AND HAS MOONS."

by that metric Mercury and Venus are not Planets, eh?
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So, are these planets bigger than Pluto?
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The stupidity and ignorance shown in this thread is incredible... S977
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A strange narrative , with the continuity breakdown from a rewritten play that was given a "B" rating by the very film directors that announced the motion picture "A Blockbuster", back in The early 1980's.

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All just horseshit to impress chicks. f*#k science.
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Never
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N=2ⁱ–1
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-21-2017 02:20 AM)
Are those asteroid type planets?

From what I gather, an asteroid is not a defined orbital path with the sun. It's trajectory hasn't been altered by the sun, so it can pass on by. Once an asteroid becomes captured by the sun's gravity it becomes periodic, it's position relative to the sun is predictable and can be described by kepler's laws or equations.

A planet has a periodic orbit around the sun so it's position can be modeled at any time by kepler's law.

The exoplanets do not have periodic orbits with our sun and yet remain in a "cloud" around our solar system.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-21-2017 08:20 AM)
The exoplanets do not have periodic orbits with our sun and yet remain in a "cloud" around our solar system.

So since they have no defined periodic orbit, and yet remain attracted to the sun, there must be other forces as large as gravity that affect spatial relationships between bodies in space.

Or, since we haven't observed any other possible force that could affect the positions of planets, the elimination of all other possibilities leaves electrical energy emitted by the sun in the solar winds (ions).

The strength of the electrical field at large, large distances from the sun must be so great they can attract these exoplanets. They can also get bumped into an orbital path with our sun, and then they can become comets electrically connected to the sun with plasma tails.
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