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#1    Mystify

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Posted 27 January 2003 - 08:33 PM

                                                Folks.... please pardon my ignorance on this one. I tried several times reading this and still find much of it a blur.

Does it make sense to any of you. I know that there are a few with a little more brains than I in this feild. Proly a lot more. But it sounds intresting, yet I can't grasp it right now.

Is there a lamens term for what they are saying?

http://www.paranormalnews.com/article.asp?...p?ArticleID=511

again... pardon the ignorance. smile.gif                                                

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Posted 27 January 2003 - 08:55 PM

                                                
Huh?

Well they lost me a few paragraphs in....

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Posted 27 January 2003 - 08:57 PM

                                                LOL    I agree LB, not the easiest thing to read. Mind you I caught some of the general Idea, but.... lost the rest of it.

Anyone else take a gander? wink.gif                                                

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Posted 27 January 2003 - 10:08 PM

                                                It kind of sounds like the Author is refuring to a Morphic resonance field.
but I think he should have been a lawyer .

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Posted 28 January 2003 - 12:27 AM

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Bristol society for paranormal research and investigations      Click here

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Posted 28 January 2003 - 08:48 AM

                                                 wacko.gif  blink.gif I agree with Kismit....... my head hurts                                                

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Posted 28 January 2003 - 12:37 PM

                                                The problem that I found with the site is that the person that did it has took some information from the URL underneath and put it on their page.

It seems to go on about how far away you can be from each other and still have ESP work. It also goes on about the time it takes for it to work.

Click Here

The link above takes you to the report that the information on the site was taken from.

                                                

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Posted 29 January 2003 - 11:48 PM

                                                for one, it refers to some materials that are not present on that page- several charts are missing that would clarify a lot of the puzzling segments.  

btw, i only read about 1/15th of the way down and quickly lost interest.  kind of tough to buy their main assertion that we are part of a binary star system but can't see the star anymore smile.gif                                                

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be passed off like an old style
and by the meteor be smite?

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Posted 05 March 2003 - 11:43 PM

                                                  i got it!  Its Nibiro. = the ancient prophecy of a certain giant that travels far & wide in space and time.  Its been written  by  the oldest civilazation(Mayans,incas) . Scientist have recently confirmed that it is in fact the planet NIBIRO- the brown star. the wondering 12 planet.  its hard to explain in words- But its already been traced in the data base last november it appeared entering our solar system- in December the astonomers admmits that ther is a giant coming.... but refuse to go public about it.   JANUARY 2003- they have to come up with a complete report on the certain object- space convention 7/8/9/10/2003 (not sure with the exact date -sometime b4 jan.15) they can estimate the distance but failed to analyze the speed & the size of the object.   This star, planet, or something= scientist believed the this is reason why we are experiencing EL nino - & other weird phenomenon -it gets worst & worst as it gets closer. It already left a trail of distraction, on a recent suprnova explosion  (november pictures release by the Hubble)  WEOW!  im tired, its long (please excuse if i mispelled some words) I'll just do this in math its much more eassier. ===

--- DECEMBER CALCULATIONS ----

HD 47536 b
M.sini: 4.96 MJ (for Mstar = 1.1 Msun)  
9.67 MJ (for Mstar = 3 Msun)
Semi-major axis: 1.61 AU (for Mstar = 1.1 Msun)  
2.25 AU (for Mstar = 3 Msun)  
Orbital period: 712.13 ± 0.31 d.  

Eccentricity: 0.20 ± 0.08  
Omega (deg): 260.8 ± 23.7
T_peri (JD-2450000): 1599.36 ± 21.50  
Inclination: -  

Distance: 123 pc
Spectral type: KO III
Apparent magnitude: B = 6.448 V = 5.261
Coordinates (2000):     RA = 06 37 47.6189       DEC = -32 20 23.045
Metallicity: [Fe/H] =

Mass (M_sun): M = 1.1 to 3

(this just a partial calculations due to the poor data analysis, this of cors incomplete bcos of the objects massive & ellusive mass)

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--- JANUARY 2003 ----

Detection method: Transit (confirmation by Radial Velocity)
Basic data: Name: OGLE-TR-56 b
M.sini: 0.9 ± 0.3 MJ
Radius: 1.30 ± 0.15 RJ
Semi-major axis: 0.0225
Orbital period: 1.21190 ± 0.00001 d.
Eccentricity: -
Omega (deg): -
T_peri (JD-2450000): 52072.185 ± 0.003  
Inclination: 86 ± 2 deg  


BROWN T., 2003
Distant planet is the hottest yet.
Nature, 421, 488

ASSELOV D., 2003
(New Transiting Extrasolar Giant Planet.)


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#10    Phantom

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Posted 06 March 2003 - 06:12 PM

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Posted 06 March 2003 - 06:15 PM

                                                  But really Spaceman... you lost me in your enthusiasm... wink.gif
You mathematic genius, you....

So, what are we in for, in  your opinion?   mellow.gif                                                    

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Posted 06 March 2003 - 07:13 PM

                                                  Spaceman,
The Mayans and Incas are not the oldest civilization, and even if they were, it would still be irrelevant in whether or not Nibiru is real. You said scientists have recently confirmed Nibiru, but refuse to go public with it? How convenient rolleyes.gif  
And how would you know, if it isn’t public?


You stated: “It already left a trail of distraction, on a recent suprnova explosion (november pictures release by the Hubble)”
Supernovae is a stage a huge star with heavy elements goes through before it becomes either a neutron star or a black hole. Are you suggesting that the trail of destruction caused by a supernova was actually left by Nibiru?

Now it is widely believed that there could be a 10th planet beyond Pluto, and that this planet would be larger than Jupiter, but lets not blow this out of proportion.
                                                  

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Posted 06 March 2003 - 10:33 PM

                                                  dude! whhahahaha!!!   its the red dwarf they hav been suspecting about it - not going public it means  the word "NIBIRO" itself. but hey u seem to be "well informed" go ahead why dont ya'!

EY yo! PHANTOM no im not a prodigy in math. but i know to count 1,2,3.  laugh.gif  laugh.gif  blink.gif  ph34r.gif                                                  


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Posted 07 March 2003 - 04:48 AM

                                                  Spaceman,
I'm quite confused by your post. If you're suggesting Nibiru(or whatever you want to call it) is a red dwarf, then how could it leave "a trail of distraction, on a recent suprnova explosion?"                                                  

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Posted 08 March 2003 - 05:23 PM

                                                  Well, I've analized it carefully and my conclusions are as follows:

#1- You can take that entire article with all its intricacies and deep solutions. Take all the calculations and theories add about $.50 and you can buy a cup of coffee.

#2- The solution is, as we all know, "42".                                                  





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