11 - NIBIRU - Why I can't see the Dwarf Star?





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Uploaded on Jun 8, 2011

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Why I can't see the Dwarf Star?

Well, here is a plot of the approximate current position of Dwarf Star to help you understand why you cannot see his approach at the moment. As you can see the angle of inclination of Earth's axis of 23.5 degrees rather influences the angle of vision. The dwarf star can be seen clearly from Antarctica, where it is installed a powerful infrared telescope, specially positioned to watch its arrival. It is today, June 8, to 1.92 AU from the Sun and 1.83 AU from Earth that is, a triangulation angle directly from south quadrant. In about 30 days, she will be with a better viewing angle because the closer to the Earth's orbital plane this angle tends to increase exponentially. We'll be able to check the size of this mess very soon, because there is no way to hide with chemtrail, storms, volcanic ash, or whatever else they wished to lead, to cover his arrival. To achieve the true facts, nothing likes a day after another.We hope to have somehow helped to clarify a bit on this subject.

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Captain Bill - June 2011


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