Author Topic: Michael Brown and Planet Nine — What is the Real Planet X Agenda?  (Read 586 times)

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On January 20, 2016, a paper by CalTech researchers Konstantin Batygin and Michael Brown was published in the The Astronomical Journal titled, "Evidence For a Distant Giant Planet in the Solar System."

Absent any actual observations,  this paper offers a scientific explanation for Planet X which they've dubbed “Planet Nine.” Needless to say, our e-mail lit up like a Christmas tree as soon as this story broke.

On a scientific level, this announcement is speculative. So we decided to monitor the mainstream media response as well as the response of those who have been following this topic for years.

What we found interesting about the mainstream media response is that their usual tactic of humiliating and dismissing Planet X researchers was completely suspended for the benefit of CalTech, Batygin, and Brown. No doubt this is what triggered the intuitive suspicions of those who follow the topic of Planet X, who are more interested in the political perturbations of this story.

Evidence of these cynical suspicions appeared immediately as the following acronym began popping up for Planet Nine: “(N)ibiru (I)s (N)ear (E)xtinction.” While this is a catchy acronym, it is anyone's guess as to whether or not this is based in fact.

However what may explain the intuitive aspect of this acronym is a name well known in Hollywood: Edward D. Wood Junior. If you are a director in Hollywood and you have been forced to make a movie you absolutely despise, you replace your name in the credits with the pseudonym, "Edward D. Wood, Jr."

Plan 9 from Outer SpaceEdward D. Wood Jr. wrote and directed the science fiction movie, Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959), which was unquestionably the worst of its kind in the history of cinema. Ergo, by using the pseudonym Edward D. Wood Jr. despairing directors can send a message of dissent to everyone

For this reason, Plan 9 from Outer Space has found its own famous niche, where it represents something that is so terribly awful that nobody could ever forget it. Therefore, those who are skeptical about the agenda of this Planet Nine announcement are arguably experiencing an intuitive "Plan 9 from Outer Space" feeling about Planet Nine.

Therefore, having identified the instinctive cynicism of those who follow the topic, this article seeks to take a more deductive and reasoned view of Planet Nine and why these concerns are warranted. With that, let's begin with the mainstream media response itself.

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http://yowusa.com/2016/01/brown-caltech-planet-nine/