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Planet X, Elenin, Etc

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  1. Cashizslick

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    Not much has been said about this in mainstream news, so I figured Id post it here. A friend just sent me this video.

    Sept 4th, 2010 was the date of the New Zealand earthquake.

    Feb 27th, 2010 was the Chile Quake.

    March 11th, 2011 was the Japan Quake.

    On all of these dates, there was an alignment with a brown dwarf star called planet x / Elenin, the earth, and the sun, where the earth was in the middle of extreme gravitational force.

    Click this link to see the alignments for yourself:
    http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=C/2010 X1;orb=1;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#orb

    Or watch this vid

    YouTube - Planet Elenin - Nibiru - Whatever You Want To Call It, It's Coming

    On September 26th ish Elenin will be between the sun and the earth. Oct 17th ish we are closest to the star as it moves away from the earth. We pass through the trail from elenin on nov 5th or so. Nov 23rd the earth is between elenin and the sun.
     
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    yayyyy we'll be closest to it on my B day :happydance:
     
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    Youll break more than the internet on that day :p
     
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    muahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!
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    the force behind plate tectonics far outweighs gravity.
    9.8m/s^2 is lame compared to the slipping force involved with the quakes from years of pressure.

    I'm certainly no scientist, but I'm going with coincidence at best. That planet is FAR too far away to have nearly any 'pull' on the earth whatsoever.
     
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    crack pot. i stopped watching after 3 mins. hes coming to wild conclusions with no real calculations, he probably knows very little about orbital mechanics. he sees the alignments and correlation with dates and concludes "zomg! this is the reason!"

    the tool hes using is very basic and is not that accurate. and the distances hes talking about are HUGE. on the order of AUs. thats astronomical units where 1AU = mean distance from earth to sun = about 93,000,000 miles.

    add to this, the fact that the force of gravity is reduced exponentially the further away it is. you have F=G(m1)(m2)/r^2, where G is a constant, m1 is the mass of one object, m2 is the mass of the other, and r is the distance between them.

    AND this comet is estimated to be only 3-4km in diameter, where the smallest stars known are about the size of the earth (with HUGE mass). theres no way this is any sort of star. if this was a star, it would be much larger, and the orbit would be different.

    AND this guys youtube handle is "InChristAlive", this removes any credibility he may have had left.
     
  7. Cashizslick

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    Well i just thought it was an interesting coincidence. There is always someone out there predicting the end of the world on such and such a date. I see about 10 of them a day here in NyC.

    Also there are a plethora of youtube vids out there on this same subject - this guy just sounded like much less of a hippie, so I posted his vid.
     
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    :D
     
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    THIS

    Supermoon>Planet X (even if the name is waaaaay cooler than supermoon) from a gravity standpoint.

    Even the increased gravitational pull of the supermoon was at best contributory, rather then causal, to the Japanese quakes. Even that hasn't been established (imho it probably moved up the date of the quake by relieving pressure but did not cause it, quakes are caused by plate movement which is a function of the earth's core). In-so-much as it did that it was actually a good thing, a quake at a later date would probably have been stronger.

    so sorry, baring an alien invasion, planet X is a small player with a cool name... like Snooki or something....
     
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    Yep. Basically this whole thing hinges on the "size" of planet x. If its as big as some people are saying, the gravitational effects could potentially be much larger than that of a comet. If its a comet, then the only thing thats going to happen is E gets free bday lightshow.
     
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