posted on 05/12/2012 3:52:08 AM PDT
I’ve got a very old atlas that shows 13 planets with their stats and orbits.
All kinds of stuff out there lurking in the dark.
posted on 05/12/2012 4:09:56 AM PDT
(What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
Didn’t we just get rid of a planet?
posted on 05/12/2012 4:44:23 AM PDT
posted on 05/12/2012 4:50:33 AM PDT
The Obama administration and the BLS will just fudge the numbers to get the number of planets down to the historical average, and then blame Republicans for “gravitational anomalies that hurt the middle class”
posted on 05/12/2012 5:23:29 AM PDT
(Conservative patriots, Rise up!)
posted on 05/12/2012 5:32:51 AM PDT
(De Oppresso Liber! (50 million and counting in Afghanistan and Iraq))
A highly elliptical orbit sounds oddly familiar. Sort of Sitchinesque.
Interesting timing to publish such a thing. Five billion miles wouldn't put it anywhere near Earth, but it would disrupt the Kuiper Belt pretty thoroughly.
I’m still grieving the loss of Pluto.
posted on 05/12/2012 5:48:35 AM PDT
New Planet Found in Our Solar System?
You know, a lot of this recent crap about Pluto seems to me more geared towards claiming older schoolbook science text is outdated so they can rewrite it and replace it with liberal crap.
posted on 05/12/2012 6:14:38 AM PDT
(I say we take off and Newt the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure...)
posted on 05/12/2012 6:20:54 AM PDT
( sleep with one eye open (<o> ---)
The universe is expanding, so the Kuiper Belt just had to be let out a couple notches.
posted on 05/12/2012 7:21:03 AM PDT
("A crack shot and a good dancer")
Until we sure the borders around the solar system, these rogue planets are going to keep sneaking in here.
Is it this?
posted on 05/12/2012 11:17:33 AM PDT
by Conan the Librarian
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