Hey--- Mopeds, Religion, Politics, the end of the world, grammatical riots...
it all surfaces in the forum. In fact I wouldn't apologize-- I'd brag about "inciting a grammatical riot."
Any argument we've had on here goes away, and we all end up understanding more about each other in the end.
we are a reflection of the greater world (though much cooler) we have idiots, nuts, geniuses, experts and lately, a lot of total morons.
I've said it before-- but it's worth repeating. When I came to the forum, I expected to find a bunch of 'new-age hippies', with your occasional old-timer small engine lovers mixed in. I was happy to discover that we have ALL KINDS of people here---
This is an awesome forum, and Non-moped posts make for good reading.
P.S. Did anyone read my post about the ice ages, disaster, planet x and Nibiru, the mystery brown dwarf? Some of you MUST have heard of these things--- Don-Ohio did a nice response, but I thought more people would have comments.
Basically, there's a semi-substiantated rumor (from sources like discover magazine) that a dense object like a mini black hole, brown dwarf, or failed sun is approaching our region of the solar system.
This is NOT good news, and if it were true, you wouldn't hear about it on TV--- Keep it secret till the last minute is the 'official' plan.
Has anyone else heard of:
or Planet "x" ?
I'm crazy, but I can't believe I'm the only one worried about this situation. There's a lot of real evidence--- that's why it bugs me. 9 out of 10 mathematicians agree, something very very dense (emitting UV and IR emissions, but not a lot of actual photons) is out there, and geting closer.
Does anyone here have access to a medium quality IR scope? I have the coordinates where this "thing" is approaching from. By 2003, it is supposed to be able to be seen with the naked eye. To the lower right of jupiter, if I recall correctly.
I respect your opinions, which is why I post such questions. It's not nice to think of a huge planetary disaster, but preparedness never hurts.