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Posted by Danlo the Wild (Member # 5378) on :
It's pretty neat stuff.
The stuff Sci-Fi is made of.

Our Solar System is acting a bit silly.

Will we have a Celestial Body visiting us soon?
Posted by Blayne Bradley (Member # 8565) on :

It is the approach of the Great Old Ones, serving the Outer Gods, the end of reality itself is nigh, this endless dream by The Sleeping Azazhoth will soon end, having never existed crying tears of despair for ten trillion annihilated souls.

They were the lucky ones, horror is the only future, even death cannot save oneself when the stars are right.

End it now before the end is nigh!

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!
Posted by Aros (Member # 4873) on :
Don't encourage him, Blayne!!!

Sorry. I promised myself that I wouldn't respond. I must return to my cilice and ritual floggings.
Posted by Danlo the Wild (Member # 5378) on :


Don't encourage me.

Don't grow and evolve.

Instead, treat me like some bizarre stereo type,
circa 2001.

Dare not admit that I've grown and evolved,
and am here in this post looking for open dialogue
on a subject that is rich in imagination.

Planet Nibiru. Planet X,
or as Nasa just announced,
comet Tyche,
coming out of the OOrt cloud.

Sumerians had shotty astronomy, neh?

Science knows all,
government tells all,
so clearly,
if there were a rogue celestial body,
we'd all know about it.

Don't encourage me,
flame me,
gang up on.
beat me down

maybe one day
i will stop
Posted by Blayne Bradley (Member # 8565) on :
YOU DARE DEFY THE GREAT OLD ONES MORTAL!? Beware! Heed my warnings! Do not speaketh thy name of the BENIGN GOD OF SHEPARDS! THE UNSPEAKABLE!

Posted by Aros (Member # 4873) on :
Is the comet going to make the stock market crash? I'm confused. Just exactly what is THIS particular apocalyptic rant about?


I'm hoping that it brings magic back to the world, spontaneously generating unicorns and triple-rainbows and showering us all in stardust. My daughter LOVES SPARKLES!!!!
Posted by Blayne Bradley (Member # 8565) on :
She should watch Puella magi Madoka Magica then.

Those unicorns come with a price.
Posted by Kwea (Member # 2199) on :
Thor, get over yourself. New scientific data is really cool. Pity parties aren't.
Posted by theamazeeaz (Member # 6970) on :
It's not new data. It's the same old crackpots taking advantage of the media's lack of long term memory and gullible people who don't think before they forward stuff.

.... Having to deal with stuff like this is one of the worst parts of my job.
Posted by Geraine (Member # 9913) on :
I guesss I need to go read Gods of the New Millenium again....

On a side note, didn't Nasa announce a couple weeks ago that there may be a planet four times the size of Jupiter way out in the far reaches of our solar system?

Earth Beware! Nibiru will return! OH NOES!
Posted by aspectre (Member # 2222) on :
Nope, just a couple of scientists -- one of whom might be employed by NASA -- making a bare-bottomed assertion based on their feeling that something BIG might be out there in the OortCloud tossin' comets inward... despite a lack of any positional or orbital fix on that "planet", or any meaningful statistical data that suggests that there should be such a planet, or any sign that the OortCloud contains one small planet or even a dwarf planet, or that the OortCloud in the form currently hypothesized even exists.

However, NASA has recently reported, "Over the years, the number of sungrazing comets detected by SOHO has increased, from 69 in 1997 to 200 in 2010" with "25 comets in just ten days, that's unprecedented" " between December 13 and 22" of 2010.

Which is probably the only basis for those two flakes' conjecture -- "ifn ya say it first, ya can claim prediction/discovery" -- despite the fact that any such comparatively nearby superJovian would shine so brightly in the infrared from the residual heat of formation that it would be easily detectable by more than a handful of space telescopes.

[ March 01, 2011, 03:33 PM: Message edited by: aspectre ]
Posted by Bokonon (Member # 480) on :
Nothing against you, Blayne, but your explanation really makes me loath August Derleth's "additions" to the Lovecraft Mythos.

Posted by Blayne Bradley (Member # 8565) on :
@Bokomon, How so.


You don't even need to look to the heavens!


Ladies and gentlemen, we have done a great disservice to a man; all this time, H.P. Lovecraft was writing non-fiction.

Posted by Danlo the Wild (Member # 5378) on :
We will know more my March 15th.

Planet Nibiru / Planet Tyche / Comet Elenin

A BIG maybe
Posted by Geraine (Member # 9913) on :
Danlo, judging from the timelines put forth in the books you probably got this Nibiru stuff from (Alan Alford, Zecharia Sitchin, Von Daniken,etc) I still think you are a few thousand years off from the return of the Nibiru.
Posted by Danlo the Wild (Member # 5378) on :

That may well be true.

...but, it's the only thing that explains the global economic policy, everything is being put off until 2013, the mass liquidity, and America's total disregard for its debt.

It would also explain...

The countries like China that are building empty ghost cities, or Russia that are ramroding a ton of underground bunkers, or the Denver New World Airport.


The Vatican building a super high tech telescope and naming it Lucifer.

Then there is the whole 'Google sky' Oort cloud block out theory, and the planet Tyche announcement, pretty much right on schedule.


No one can explain why Jupiter's big Red spot turned into 3 red spots.

Plus, all the nostradamus quatrains.

Hey. I could be totally wrong on this one, but it's a really interesting theory.

If it's real, we should know by the 15th of March.
Posted by Danlo the Wild (Member # 5378) on :
Oh yeah.

Knowing most systems are binary systems, it's not too crazy to think that the Sun's twin, which didn't ignite is caught in orbit.
Posted by Geraine (Member # 9913) on :
I'm still waiting for the gigantic bomb that was supposedly sent to Jupiter to ignite it. Wasn't that supposed to happen in in the year 2000?

Glad I'm not holding my breath.

Danlo, I think you should stay away from the abovetopsecret website for a while.
Posted by The Ether of Space (Member # 2656) on :
Poetry: The Eye of Argon

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