Brown dwarf in our solar system, there is still a

December 10, 2012 23:53

David Wilcock has just released a short message, in which he admits that he now believes that our solar system is, in fact, is a binary star system. If this is true, it means that our Sun is the companion star. According to Wilcock, the other star — a brown dwarf.

Brown dwarf binary systems and

You might think, if our solar system consists of two stars, why we do not see another one? Good question. The answer lies in the explanation that the companion star is a brown dwarf. This is sort of a star. Or she never received the required mass to ignite nuclear fusion reactions and become an ordinary star, in our opinion. Either she got to a point where the fusion reaction has stopped. Brown dwarfs were described recently, and they are usually compared with Jupiter, and the science is currently discussing whether to make a distinction between dwarf stars and gas giants.

Two stars to be part of a binary system must rotate around a common center of gravity — the point of gravitational equilibrium between the two. Apparently, this is the scenario could explain some of the anomalies in the outer part of our solar system that scientists were always hard to explain! And if there is a brown dwarf companion star, we obviously did not see it, because it does not burn.

"Soft" opening

Did you know that astronomers, scientists believe that the most visible are binary star systems? How many people knew that. But it has recently become apparent that many of the articles concern the theme of binary systems. Couple this with the announcement that NASA's Kepler telescope has shown that most star systems are likely to have planets, and the argument will be that we see a sort of "soft opening" of reality, the already known elite of our planet.
In the course of research on the subject, it was reported that scientists announced this year that the constellation of Mizar (Post Lake Afton Public Observatory) is actually not just a binary system, and consists of six stars!

Another interesting story associated with our twin star — the appearance of a second sun meme on YouTube. Many video allegedly from all sorts of different people from all over the world, show the second brightest object in our sky. Sometimes it is visible to the naked eye, but in many cases it can be seen only through the filter. Most of these videos are not fake. It is not clear how they might appear. I also tried to see the second brightest object in the sky. I tried to block the sun with two pairs of glasses. In the days when the cloud cover is dense enough to see the solar disk without damaging the eyes, I noticed that he seems lonely. But there are so many videos, that this phenomenon is still possible, if not probable. We ask the question, why someone creates a fake video and exposes to the Internet? One explanation could be that someone is very strong, wants to gently ease the collective human acceptance of the second sun.

Two suns photo courtesy Cameron Wright
December 9, 2012 | Queensland, Australia

Of course, they probably are not fake. I say this not because the video can not be faked. I say this because the image, placed just above, is presented in my own facebook page, another Cameron Wright from Queensland, Australia. He took this photo. If the sky itself is not a fake, of course. These photos and videos are real phenomena that reflect what is happening. And they are made just recently, within the last 24 hours!

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