Windmill knight said:Ok, so I finished watching now. They suggest that the source of the disturbance in the Oort cloud is Tyche, the hypothesized giant planet, and then they reassure us that Tyche is not large enough to send a rain of comets our way. We'll see.
Now I have a question for any astronomers or physicists out there. According to the theory, the orbit of Nemesis is 26 million years and we still got some 10 million years before it returns. It is estimated to be 1/10th of the size of the sun. The Cs said that Nemesis was 56 percent the mass of the sun. So how would the orbit change if it is indeed around half the sun? Is it possible to rationally speculate on this point?
Here are two numbers, period (28.2 million years) and size (3.4% of sun´s mass).
Session Date: January 30th 2010
Laura, Ark, Ottershrew, Joe, Andromeda, Belibaste, Nomad, Burma Jones, PoB, Alada, Ailén, Scottie, Psyche
Q: (L) [Talking to others in the room with fingers on planchette]
A: More people is good! 5D is watching closely.
Q: (L) And who do we have with us this evening?
A: Timorone Cassiopaea
Q: (L) And why are you so slow this evening?
A: Energy is variable.
Q: (L) Well if the energy is variable, are we going to be able to deal with Ark's questions tonight?
A: Yes. Ark knows the answers, we will help to access them! Pay attention, Ark!!
Q: (Ark) I know the answers, so I don't have to ask, right?
(L) Well, they said they'll help to access them.
(Ark) I see.
(L) So, ask.
(Ark) 1998 [session about] sun's companion. So, I asked the question: how close would it come, and the answer was, "Distance depends upon other factors, such as intersecting orbit of locator of witness". I don't know what that means. Who is the witness?
A: You on Earth. Earth can be on opposite side of sun at time of closest approach.
Q: (Ark) Okay, I am the witness. Now but it says that it depends upon other factors such as intersection. Now, are these factors not determined? I mean, it's not determined where the earth will be at the time of the closest approach?
A: No, due to gravitational factors in outer solar system.
Q: (L) So that suggests that things can speed it up or slow it down?
(Ark) I don't understand because gravitational factors are also deterministic. I mean, are there some gravitational factors that are not known to us? Like what, black holes?
A: Other bodies not known to earth science.
Q: (Joe) Like giant UFOs!
(Ark) Must be so...
Q: (Ark) Dark?
(Burma Jones) Dark matter?
(Ark) There is no dark matter. Is there dark matter?
Q: (Joe) Now you're in trouble!
(Ark) But, as far as I know, we are able to predict the orbit of the solar system in the galaxy. And the galaxy is pretty much known.
A: There are anomalies that are not explained!
Q: (Ark) Alright. That's progress. I did some calculations...
(L) Well why don't we ask what the anomalies are?
(Ark) Gravitational anomalies.
(L) Well, what do you mean?
(Ark) I mean Pioneer trajectory has anomaly, all kinds of rotating galaxies have anomalies...
(L) But you just said it was all predictable.
(Ark) Oh, it's predictable on a more or less... I mean, they are small anomalies, not big anomalies. I want to ask about my numbers. So, I put numbers. We were asking for these numbers years ago, you were evasive, and you even admitted that you are evasive for a good reason. Nevertheless, I did calculations with what I could - of course garbage in/garbage out as everyone knows. So, I put for the period 26 million years. Is it approximately true?
A: Very close 28.2 million years.
Q: (Ark) Then I had to put another number which was not told to us. I was asking about the mass of this companion star, and I was told that it was "much less than the sun". So, in my calculations, I put half a percent of the mass of the sun. Is it approximately true?
A: 3.4, closer
Q: (Ark) 3 percent?! And not half a percent?? That would mean that when it approaches, it will induce perturbation of the solar system.