Our solar system has just lost one planet...

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Our solar system has just lost one planet...

Postby bomohwkl on Thu Aug 24, 2006 9:41 pm

Opppsss...where is the ninth planet?? If planet earth is going to explode then the solar system will lose another planet. I found it a bit funny... :shock:
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Postby dloheb on Thu Aug 24, 2006 10:41 pm

what?

i thought you were going to bring up how Pluto will not be considered a planet officially...
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Postby Lena on Fri Aug 25, 2006 1:51 am

I wonder where the next planet will come from
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Postby dloheb on Fri Aug 25, 2006 4:01 am

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Postby Vesko on Fri Aug 25, 2006 5:02 pm

Dloheb, I think Bomo does bring up the issue that Pluto is no longer considered a planet officially -- is that right, Bomo? For those who are not aware yet: yesterday (August 24), the term planet has been officially redefined (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_redefinition_of_planet) and Pluto could no longer be a planet under the new definition. But the decision does not appear to have been taken well, because it is reported that only a very small percentage of eligible astronomers had voted -- the article "Pluto vote 'hijacked' in revolt" quotes 4% of 10,000; the percentage is quoted on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pluto as well.
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Postby Aisin on Sat Aug 26, 2006 2:58 am

From page 76 of Thiaoouba Prophecy:
Thiaoouba Prophecy wrote:Needless to say, certain accidents occur and sometimes a planet will disappear in a solar system, or perhaps enter it, but later in time, the solar system will revert and base its structure again on the number nine.
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Scientists 'against discrimnation' of planets.

Postby survivor on Sat Aug 26, 2006 4:06 am

If Goofey is a dog, then what is Pluto? = a dwarf planet, which means we still have nine planets.
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Postby dloheb on Sat Aug 26, 2006 4:11 am

Well it wouldn't really matter what we call it anyway :P
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Re: Scientists 'against discrimnation' of planets.

Postby Vesko on Sat Aug 26, 2006 8:11 am

survivor wrote:If Goofey is a dog, then what is Pluto? = a dwarf planet, which means we still have nine planets.


The astronomical term "dwarf planet" denotes a separate category of a celestial object than the astronomical term "planet". From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarf_planet:

The category "dwarf planet" is distinct from that of "planet".


So, Pluto is no longer a planet according to the definitions, and the planets of the solar system are now officially 8. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_system:

From 1930 to 2006, the system was comprised of nine official planets, but Pluto's status was changed to that of a "dwarf planet" on August 24, 2006 by the IAU, thus reducing the number to eight.


Of course, science can be wrong.
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Postby InfoSource on Sun Aug 27, 2006 12:21 am

The new phrase to remember the order of the planets is now

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From what I've read it makes sense for Pluto to not have a planet status, in Pluto's region of space, there are about 50 celestial objects (some bigger then Pluto) that could be considered planets if Pluto would have retained it's planetary status, plus Pluto's orbits overlaps that of Neptune which doesn’t fit the new definition for what is a planet

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet
According to the definition recently adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), a planet is a celestial body that [1]:

(a) is in orbit around a star or stellar remnants;
(b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape;
(c) is not massive enough to initiate thermonuclear fusion of deuterium in its core; and,
(d) has cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit.


I think if someone were to read TP for the first time right now, they would probably be more sceptical of TP, since the claim that every solar system has nine planets is not holding true for this solar system

When news came out about their being a 10th planet Tom on his forum said this was a sign of Earth about to disapear

http://bioresonant.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.c ... 8281000749
The tenth planet in the Solar system has been found contradicting Thao!!! [rich_moron].

If you read the Thiaoouba Prophecy book again you may find the following statement there:

‘Needless to say, certain accidents occur and sometimes a planet will disappear in a solar system, or perhaps enter it, but later in time, the solar system will revert and base its structure again on the number nine.'

This statement means that if indeed the 10-th planet entered our Solar System, one of the planets is due to disappear from it. Can you guess which one? [Tom]


I wonder what he has to say for there being only 8 planets in the solar system now
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Postby dloheb on Mon Aug 28, 2006 12:39 pm

That we are going to gain a planet :p
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Postby Robanan on Mon Aug 28, 2006 2:10 pm

From what I can think of the only thing that makes a difference between a planet and a round rock in space is the point that a planet has a core (might be cold or active) this would in turn affect the gravitational field of the object (polarize it?).

I'm not surprised to know that a fraction (~500 members) of our scientific society do not agree with me since they don't see planets as something different than a rock that under specific conditions it is supposed to serve as a host for life in the universe.

This is a crucial moment for us and our community either we turn to religion our we wonder out to learn and understand the truth.
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Postby dloheb on Mon Aug 28, 2006 2:52 pm

I suppose I have to study astronomy now
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Postby Robanan on Mon Aug 28, 2006 3:15 pm

That's the way to go dolheb (even if you are not serious about it) we have physicists, computer specialists, and many other people with other specialities, just to think about it our community has the potential to serve many scientific purposes.
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Postby bomohwkl on Mon Aug 28, 2006 8:06 pm

Robanan wrote:From what I can think of the only thing that makes a difference between a planet and a round rock in space is the point that a planet has a core (might be cold or active) this would in turn affect the gravitational field of the object (polarize it?).


I was an avid learner of astronomy. As a matter of fact, it depends by what you mean by cores. Pluto has a core. Our moon has a core and the four largest satellites of Jupiter have cores too.
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