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  • G David Bock
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    Planet Nine responsible for SHOVING Solar System off its axis
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/scienc...G-Solar-System

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  • G David Bock
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    Planet Nine Just Got Weirder

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    If Planet 9 exists, it’s been through one hell of an ordeal. That’s the takeaway from a series of new studies that ask how in the name of Uranus a planet could have gotten itself into such a whacked-out orbit. This in turn might help explain the unlikely orbits of half a dozen Kuiper Belt objects.

    Planet 9 is a hypothetical world roughly the mass of Neptune that orbits our Sun in a giant ellipse, at a distance of 40 to over 100 billion miles. Although astronomers have proposed hidden ninth planets for years, this latest version—the brainchild of Caltech’s Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin—has gained quite a bit of traction since it was announced in January. The potential planet is so compelling that many astronomers have penned follow-up papers describing how we might find it and what it could look like.

    Almost as interesting as Planet 9's present location is how this behemoth wound up cooling its heels ten times further from the Sun than Pluto. Several new modeling efforts led by researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics are now attempting to answer that question.

    There are essentially three competing hypotheses. The most likely, proposed by astronomers Scott Kenyon and Benjamin Bromley, posits that Planet 9 is a gas giant that formed in the inner solar solar system before straying too close to Jupiter and getting itself punted out.

    “The odds that other gas giants were formed in the early solar system are very good,” Kenyon told Gizmodo, adding that the few first million years of our Sun’s life were a chaotic time, with young gas giants sucking up matter and crashing into each other all willy-nilly. “You could have made ten and Jupiter could have eaten a few.”

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    Next, the two men proposed an even stranger possibility: maybe Planet 9 formed in place. In this scenario, Planet 9 is a giant snowball rather than a gas giant, that packed itself up in a very slow and very cold version of the accretionary process that formed the Earth.

    “Our idea is that as the gaseous disk is going away, it develops a hole, which gets bigger and bigger until the disk is gone,” Kenyon said. “As this hole is getting bigger, material outside the hole sweeps up solid particles like a snowplow, and deposits them at a large distance.” Over the course of hundreds of millions of years, all of those plowed up ice shavings snowballed into one another, resulting in a jawbreaker about twice the size of the Earth.
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    The final scenario sounds like a plot line from a B-list scifi movie, and it seems to be comparably unlikely. Planet 9 could be an extraterrestrial invader. “Planet 9 may be an exoplanet in our own solar system,” said Gongjie Li, another astronomer at Harvard’s Center for Astrophysics whose recent modeling paper explores this very possibility, among others.

    Astronomers believe our star formed as part of a densely packed cluster that dissipated after about 100 million years. In the early days of the solar system, close encounters with neighboring stars would have been much more common. It’s possible—albeit unlikely—that the outer edges of our solar system once exchanged material, including planets, with another.
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    http://gizmodo.com/planet-nine-just-...der-1774497705

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  • G David Bock
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    More for reference, this might be "Nibiru" ....
    Where Did Planet Nine Come From?

    http://www.space.com/32788-planet-ni...lanations.html

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  • G David Bock
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    Assuming some of the Gemengians/Anunnaki may have believed in some version(s) of reincarnation, then the lost of a Home World or Few, could mean Billions to tens of billions with lost biosphere~biological linkage to soul re-incarnation cycles.

    Hence something like a gene-splicing of inter-stellar species might hold merit. Tweaking Terrestrial homind genetic stock to cross-bred with Gemingian/Anunnaki stock and produce a hybrid of sorts could provide the 'host bodies' needed by some of the destroyed Home World(s) to pick back up and continue on ... ! (Given biological linkages to Spiritual components.)

    So for future reference, the Reincarnation Thread;
    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forum...d.php?t=169734

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  • G David Bock
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    Video, two stars colliding ~ supernova
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/wonde...ike/vi-BBrJjdn

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