The Orbital Mechanics of the 12th Planet
The principals of the 12th planetís orbit is new to almost all scientists as factors of gravitational null points, acceleration, and repulsion come into play. The overlooked factor, the repulsion force which is responsible for modifying the planetís orbit that will complicate its movement thru the inner solar system. The orbital mechanics of planets in a singular or binary system have not yet begun to scratch the surface of current views within universal astrophysics, but it will open new avenues of thought and enlightenment when discovered.
The 12th planet when researched has broke all the rules of Newtonian physics. First picked up by a Swiss observatory in February 2001, it was discounted. This planet remains in equilibrium or relatively static motion for 99% of its orbital time between 2 gravitational sources drifting slowly until one source overwhelms the other and accelerates the object towards the dominating attractive stellar object at speeds increasing at an exponential rate, in this case our Sun. The 12th planet, a free floater is a brown dwarf and has not become part of the mainstream public media. Presently it is visible rarely when observing sunrises and sunsets or when the Sun's glare is minimized by cloud cover, filters or in some cases angle of opportunity.
Many factors of this planetary orbit will not be understood by scientists, like its 3657 year orbital cycle and the subtle outward and away change in direction at 9.1665 billion miles from the center of the solar system and was located at R.A. 4.29741, Dec. 9.96621 due to the repulsion force at the time this paper was originally written in 2002 now revised, which is still unknown to present day astrophysics emanating from the Sun and will slow for a dead on approach. This new type orbit will take a path of least resistance due to particle crowding, but alters its movement from magnetic or gravitational attraction when traveling between the two stellar objects.
When rounding either stellar object, the repulsion force pushes out and the return gravitational flow from both objects turns and flatten the orbital track during the lateral crossing. The Sunís and the Dark Oneís gravity turns the 12th planet and accelerates it back towards the Sun. The repulsive force once again alters this planetís path as it is pushed to the outside of the Sun. As it passes the Sun, gravity from it applies a braking action to the planetís momentum until it drifts slowly in a gravitational null point between both stellar objects. The forces of magnetic attraction, the orbital plane and the repulsion force is responsible for acceleration out of the inner solar system. Its orbital momentum is conserved by gravity when slingshot around or attracted to the Sun or the other dead stellar object, the Dark One and the process repeats.
Retrograde motion against predicted motion across the
sky will also manifest itself, which is due to the same repulsive particles that
drive this solar systemís planetary orbits. Once captured by the angular
repulsive field similar in form to an arm of a spiral galaxy, the 12th
planet will move counter in its lateral motion to its apparent path. The12th
planet when first observed will be labeled first as a fading Red Nova. As it
draws closer into the inner solar system a media black out will ensue, which has
continued to today. Since the
orbital motion of this object is on a path directly towards the Sun, little
notice will paid to it until later when lateral motion is detected coupled with
disasters on Earth. When this occurs, a new age of astrophysics will slowly
emerge under heavy resistance from the old school.
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