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Re: Planet X

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  • lyndonhz
    I think you must be right, Mimikoctopus. One week after the post, nobody is able to answer what I consider straight forward questions. Is this just another
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 1, 2003
      I think you must be right, Mimikoctopus. One week after the post,
      nobody is able to answer what I consider straight forward questions.

      Is this just another cult thing?

      --- In tt-forum@yahoogroups.com, "mimikoctopus" <Dolde@b...> wrote:
      > you can't see it 'cause its not there.
      > --- In tt-forum@yahoogroups.com, "lyndonhz" <lyndonhz@y...> wrote:
      > > Okay dudes, maybe I'm being a bit dim here, but hopefully
      somebody
      > > can explain this to me.
      > >
      > > A couple of months ago, we could not see Planet X because it was
      > too
      > > close to the Sun. 2 months later, the Earth has rotated 60
      degrees
      > > around the Sun, so surely Planet X wouldn't be still behind the
      > Sun.
      > >
      > > Are there any orbital path maps showing the relative positions of
      > the
      > > Earth, planet X, other planets and the Sun around on the web
      ALONG
      > > WITH the dates that they are in that position.
      > >
      > > May 15th came and went without incident here in the UK, so what
      > > happened to the predictions? Also, when is the best time to see
      > > Planet X from the UK (sunrise, sunset or what)? I am beginning to
      > > doubt it's existance at all, so come on, CONVINCE ME.
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