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Planet X Double Trouble
« on: February 05, 2016, 11:46:24 PM »
The Planet X System, as described in Being In It for the Species, is a brown dwarf star with a mini-constellation of planets and moons. The book predicts that we will go from seeing one of these planets at a time to two or more at a time. In other words, when we're seeing double, we're in Planet X double trouble, and that moment arrived on January 15, 2016.

In our last video, Planet X System Update for November 2015 No. 1 – Major Update No. 3, we presented our image evaluation methods for Planet X observations. It helped stem the tide of useless submissions, but more importantly, it netted us a first rate observation report from Sascha Klement in Germany — a ground breaking, verified, double trouble photo.

We receive a lot of webcam submissions as well. While these are quite popular on YouTube, they tend to be problematic, but often interesting. In this article we'll present two such unverified webcam submissions of interest to our readers.


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Re: Planet X Double Trouble
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2016, 11:54:41 PM »
Marshall, thanks for all you do...