More “Planet X” Announcements by Cornell University, Is There a NASA Planet X Dark Star Coverup?

Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved. Reposted courtesy of Photonic Portal 2037.

The gas giants against the Sun's limb, at 1 px...

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In February 2011 amateur astronomers and news junkies have been buzzing over the newest announcements by observatories and scientists that a possible colossal new undiscovered planet may exist hidden in the Oort Cloud which rings our solar system. There are now so many new and confusing news reports on approaching comets, dark stars, brown dwarfsred dwarfsgas giants and other astronomical bodies that it tests credulity. Is the flood of news about these deep space objects actually credible? Is the mass media being overwhelmed with conflicting news reports about these “possible discoveries” for a reason? The typical way that disinformation works is to flood media portals with confusing and conflicting stories on the same topic. That seems to be exactly what is happening now regarding the popular topic of Planet X. It leaves much open to speculation and the internet rumor mill is grinding 24/7.

Below are just a few of hundreds of citizen journalist reports floating around Youtube on what is being discovered, announced, suppressed, edited, altered, deleted, et al. I find the citizen journalism you will see and hear in these collected videos to be sincere, sometimes genuinely endearing and even comical, but consistently urgent. Humanity deserves to know what is coming our way, and we deserve to have a chance to try, at least, to prepare for it.

There’s no doubt something is out there, and someone somewhere does not want humanity to know very much about what it is.

Post courtesy of Photonic Portal 2.28.2011


Tags: Planet X, Nemesis, Wormwood, Oort cloudCornell University, astronomy, the search for planet x, eris, tyche, new gas giant planet discovered,amateur astronomy

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Tags: Planet X, Nemesis, Wormwood, Oort cloud, Cornell University, astronomy, the search for planet x, eris, tyche, new gas giant planet discovered, amateur astronomy

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