Thursday, April 21, 2011

It's Really Looking Like There's No Planet X (YAY) - Comet Elenin Update, 4/21

So, I recently shared a theory about Planet X, and I want to give some follow up. An astronomy expert that's been helping out with the debate had the following to say about Amy Evan's research:
"Oh good god, the image on the right side is a false color rendering based on the image; you can make ANY comet look like that at some point in its orbit if you put it through the same processing. IRAS, not IRIS, produced false color images as well, and if you wanted to you could make it show a similar color scheme, but it need not be that way because the color is an arbitrary assignment since the images were shot beyond human visual wavelengths."

"No, but if you compare say a heat map generated from an image to a false color image from another source you're not comparing apples to apples and because the colors can be assigned arbitrarily there's a good chance you can find a similar looking image from another source. And yeah, if you butcher any comet image long enough, you can probably get a couple of dark pixels to appear somewhere near the nucleus... along with a ton of other dark pixels scattered all over the image. That's not proper image analysis, that's just massaging until you get a fun response."
And this:

The Starviewer team is not an official body. It is a fraud, run by one guy, Rafael Lopez, who posts false info and frequently uses stories from The Onion as 'evidence'.
Elenin is also just one object, and the pictures honestly look nothing alike. 
 I don't think conspiracy theorists are lying, but they may be dangerously misunderstanding the data and the science.

I still need to talk to some more experts on this topic. I'll have some updates by this weekend, hopefully!

Why all the weird coincidences? They the media hype?
I'm guessing all the mixed mainstream media messages and hype about it ("Melancholia") are really just to riding on the coattails of the conspiracy theories - they make a topic popular, and then media gives them entertainment and news stories to talk about and drive traffic to.

I'll be putting together all the facts for you soon. Meanwhile, check out NASA's stance (or propaganda) from November 2009.
"Solar activity has a regular cycle, with peaks approximately every 11 years. Near these activity peaks, solar flares can cause some interruption of satellite communications, although engineers are learning how to build electronics that are protected against most solar storms. But there is no special risk associated with 2012. The next solar maximum will occur in the 2012-2014 time frame and is predicted to be an average solar cycle, no different than previous cycles throughout history."

They may still be lying to us, though, I still don't have my mind made up. Stay alert.


  1. The photos were taken by a gentleman named Gustavo Muler ... he appears to be a reguarded Astronomer.

    In this last photo, you will notice that the Reddish object directly matchs this next image NASA caught with the South Pole Telescope in 2008 ...

    These are only my opinions ... and you can/will find opinions against what I think/say.


  2. You have mentioned a program of Disinformation ... is it real, or false? You have to decide for your self.

    You have my e-mail address, ask any question you like ... I have been researching this for over 3 years, and have placed my ideas and information on the web on several sites ... as you have already found. I will give you a list of the sites I belong to ... here is my yahoo group

    It is open to all, just ask and I will send you an invite, and you can check out all of the files and photos and postings ... and, if you want to ... ask questions for your self :)

  3. If any thing, the idea of Nibiru being real is heating up with newer & Newer images being posted by the different Astronomers as this "Elenin" draws closer.

    This is a newer image of what has been called a hoax by a great many ...

    The classic leaked Nasa image from 2008, showing a Reddish object with a few white objects around it ... but upon further enhancement of this new image ...

    You can now clearly see all 6 of the Planets that are orbiting this Brown Dwarf Star!

    And you can now see a very close match between it, and the image StarViewerTeam produced back in 2009 ...