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Twinsel
29th July 2013, 16:14
For those of you who've been following and supporting our work at yowusa.com over the years, this is the video you've been waiting for.

In this video, we're going to view some very compelling images of two objects within the Planet X system. The brown dwarf at its core and one of it's outmost orbitals, we call Bluebonnet.

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ghostrider
30th July 2013, 00:42
the plejaren say planet x came and went in 1997 , it was behind the hale-bop comet ...

naste.de.lumina
30th July 2013, 02:04
Hello Friends.
The lack of English subtitles in the video makes it very difficult my understanding.
Even so, it seems to me that it is a serious job and worrying news.
Someone could you please provide a short summary and opinion.
Thank you.

Twinsel
30th July 2013, 12:10
I like to @ this video as well to understand the concept of a 'binary solar system', and that this is a common phenomenon in our universe.
So the thought that a 'brown dwarf' would visit us, is not that strange at all.

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Twinsel
30th July 2013, 12:29
Hello Friends.
The lack of English subtitles in the video makes it very difficult my understanding.
Even so, it seems to me that it is a serious job and worrying news.
Someone could you please provide a short summary and opinion.
Thank you.

Dear naste.de.lumina,

My English isn't that great as well, however i will try to explain in short what the video is about.

Basically, the video is about photo evidence that there is something coming to our solar system. They photographed 2 different object what's unknown to mankind.
Because those photo's has taken on different dates, and comparing where the object's are in the sky, the could calculate there path.

My opinion is that 'yes', i believe there is something coming. But i still have a lot questions...

Nick Matkin
30th July 2013, 17:09
I've only got up to 33 minutes on the video, but the new astronomical object reported, Blue Bonnet, which is bright enough to be seen in broad daylight by nothing more sophisticated than security cameras, would surely be world news!

So, how is this being kept quite? Makes no sense to me - unless the whole thing is made up. But why bother doing that?

So come on all you amateur astronomers who lurk on this forum; your thoughts please. How come this hasn't been reported on amateur astronomy websites, blogs and magazines? Surely you've not ALL been paid off to keep quiet...

Nick

naste.de.lumina
30th July 2013, 23:11
After watching a few times (in order to understand the lines) I was intrigued.
Much convinente for my taste.
I think this topic is not taking proper care.
Maybe it's the story of a liar about the wolf.
In both fool everyone when the wolf actually appears nobody believes.
The video also talks about this tactic.

foreverfan
31st July 2013, 01:51
I started following this guy in 2008. Very interesting stuff. Never really believed him but who knows.

I have to believe that amateur astronomers would be all over this. Maybe this will wake them up. :confused:

naste.de.lumina
31st July 2013, 02:13
I started following this guy in 2008. Very interesting stuff. Never really believed him but who knows.

I have to believe that amateur astronomers would be all over this. Maybe this will wake them up. :confused:

In this case what worried me was what he showed.
You realize by his explanations of the techniques used, which are not really easy being captured images, unless official equipment by governments.
It would be nice if other amateur astronomers had access to imagins also able to analyze them. Fast if possible.

Sirius White
31st July 2013, 07:36
the plejaren say planet x came and went in 1997 , it was behind the hale-bop comet ...

They are wrong. And the beloved "pleadians" aren't quite what people think either.

Nick Matkin
31st July 2013, 08:52
I have to believe that amateur astronomers would be all over this. Maybe this will wake them up. :confused:

The following has been said so many times before on this forum, but for those who missed it:

The world has tens of thousands of well-equipped amateur astronomers. Any one of which would absolutely love to be the first person to identify a new astronomical body. Many discoveries have already been made by amateurs - a new class of galaxies for example (http://www.theguardian.com/science/2012/mar/18/galaxy-zoo-crowdsourcing-citizen-scientists) - so this stuff cannot be suppress/hidden/hushed up because eventually someone, somewhere will spot it, get it confirmed by multiple other astronomers, published by thousands of them on their blogs and websites and the world will know.

They don't need to 'wake up', they will see it.

And to think that a new star/planet/asteroid or whatever has been 'seen' by only one security camera is plain silly - unless it just 'popped' into existence, and even then it was supposedly spotted twice - not something we'd miss.

I understand that not everyone is well-versed with the fundamentals of astronomy, but all you have to remember is that when an astronomical body appears in the heavens, even something new, it is visible to at least half the Earth, not just one town, village, or camera!

Nick