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Thread: Massive quake March 21, 2012, exactly 6 months after Elenin? Not Joking. (Doom)

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    This all sounds like bullcrap to me. Is this whole thread a Joke?
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    maybe the reason nothing happened is because it was really just a comet flying past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son-of-Liberty View Post
    This all sounds like bullcrap to me. Is this whole thread a Joke?
    I think Vacuum was just pointing out the strange coincidences involved with the massive earthquakes as of late. The Japan one was actually predicted a couple days in advance by some girl watching the alignment on youtube. It was predicted in this following video.



    The link is here --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95zMdTvoqcQ

    Notice the posted date on March 8th.

    I'm as scientific as the next guy, but when things happen in a cycle people tend to notice.
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    Ok lets assume a massive object that comes into alignment farside and nearside every 188 days, which means that it rotates around the sun in the same direction as earth, but much slower, the earth rotates around the sun every 365.24 days, this object comes in alignment aproximately 11 days later a year later 188.3x2=376.6 days,". Thus at current speed it would take it about 35 years to circle the sun. If one assumes a very elliptical orbit where it is speeding up as it gets closer to sun now, the orbit time could be far longer, maybe even thousands of years, and if that is the case it could still be quite far out, maybe 2-4 times outside the orbit of Neptune, but going at a very high speed vs our giant gas planets, but if it had thus eliptical orbit one might also expect that the time between the earthquakes would get longer as it gets closer to the sun, and speeds up, and get further into the orbit of the earth before next alignment.

    Still a very large object 2-4x outside the orbit of Neptune, should be visible with a telescope, unless the surface is dark.
    At this distance from the sun, it may be cold enough for hydrogen to be frozen. What colour is frozen/liquid hydrogen? Dark? White? Would it readily reflect sun light like the gas giants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuro View Post
    maybe 2-4 times outside the orbit of Neptune, but going at a very high speed vs our giant gas planets,
    That would not be possible. The further out something is, the slower its orbital speed. So if it is 2-4 times as distant as Neptune, it would have to be moving much slower or else it wouldn't be in orbit.
    There's a reason that the farther away you get from the Sun, the longer it takes to orbit the Sun.

    It's the same reason that our LEO satellites must go faster relative to the Earths surface than do GSO satellites, and ones further out than that appear to move backwards.

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    Lets start by asking why Elenin was blown up to huge proportions, then when it finally comes through, nothing happens.
    Is he talking about Elenin's coma and the electrical capacitor coment model? I thought at first he was talking of the 'Elenin disintegrated ' disinfo (actually coma CME discharge), no he's talking (correctly) about the mainstream media's coma around Elenin. LOL

    A bloogers version of the Elenin distractions that actually blends nicely with the 'too muching paying attention to Elenin to say don't pay attention' (by the MSM) that is has my attention".

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    I wrote the OP....lol. I'm starting to think I should have just posted the youtube video and left it at that though.
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    I'd just like to know how a 4 mile wide chunk of rock can have such a large impact upon the Earth when it is so far away?
    If it can, how is it that the Moon has not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe King View Post
    That would not be possible. The further out something is, the slower its orbital speed. So if it is 2-4 times as distant as Neptune, it would have to be moving much slower or else it wouldn't be in orbit.
    There's a reason that the farther away you get from the Sun, the longer it takes to orbit the Sun.

    It's the same reason that our LEO satellites must go faster relative to the Earths surface than do GSO satellites, and ones further out than that appear to move backwards.
    I am hypothesising a planet that has a very eliptical orbit, that at this particular point is accelerating towards the sun, and may be 2-4x the distance from the sun compared to Neptune, maybe its average distance is 100x that of Neptune and moving Really slow. Compare to comets they swish by earth at a much higher speed than the earth, and still go yowards the sun, the reason they can do that is because they have a very elliptical orbit, which make them slow in outer orbit and fast in close sun orbit...

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    If it were that far away, I really doubt it would have any noticable effect upon the Earth at all. If it did, so would Jupiter and Saturn and they'vee been aligned with the Earth/Sun with no noticable ill-effects due to it.

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