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NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!

 
OpenHeartMonk

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08/24/2011 08:24 PM

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NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
"Finding brown dwarfs near our sun is like discovering there's a hidden house on your block that you didn't know about," says Michael Cushing, a WISE team member at JPL. "It's thrilling to me to know we've got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star."

[link to science.nasa.gov]

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Anonymous Coward
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08/24/2011 08:33 PM
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Re: NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
absolutely no revalance to nibiru whatsoever.


Science does not apply to nibirutards and your title, not the

article implies this star is in our system.

Suffering bullshit overload, over and out for now.

Ps

you fail
Anomalous Howard

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08/24/2011 08:48 PM
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Re: NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
So when Jon Morse, in the article, says, "WISE scanned the entire sky for these and other objects..."

And then Michael Cushing, in the same article, says, "It's thrilling to me to know we've got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star."

Does this indicate that data from the entire sky is stored somewhere but not yet analyzed?
If that's the case, how much remains to be analyzed? Would they already have a good idea where to look for "nibiru" from observation of anomalous gravitational perturbations?

Or does it mean that only the "entire" sky from one vantage point was scanned?
If that's the case, how long would it take to do another scan in "nibiru's supposed direction? Would there be enough time to find and confirm it or rule it out before it does what it's supposed to do?
SEWINGMUM

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08/24/2011 09:03 PM
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Re: NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
Are they trying to tell us something. You think!!!!!!!!!!!
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OpenHeartMonk  (OP)

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08/24/2011 11:31 PM

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Re: NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
it's amazing, how much of this "dark matter" is beginning to come to light..
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08/25/2011 12:49 AM
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Re: NIBIRU-tards Rejoice! New Brown Dwarf Stars Discovered Near Sol!!
I'm sorry ....but i'm going to have to point out something

This is basic physics/astronomy because I just have a bachelors in comp sci ... but even I know this. If there were an unknown 'brown dwarf' in our solar system, it would be easy to detect in the effect on all the other bodies in the solar system. This is soooo basic its hardly even worth talking about. Yet we still have "people" .. and I use that term loosely .. that claim that there is some object with the mass of 10 Jupiters ... IN our solar system that we haven't noticed yet??? if you are that fucking clueless then please go back to living in a cave





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