can we just talk about planet 9? because imo its shifty as fuck that some planet of pure darkness orbits our solar system every 10,000+ years and we just found it now.
Planet of pure darkness? it just has no light because it is too far, technically there could be a huge amount of planets stuck in far orbit of the sun but too far away from light, earth is really really close in orbit, we seem to think it is normal but its not. There can be hundreds of more planets way out there, that would be frozen blobs of gas basically.
This planet is around for a very long time and only your superstitious make you shifty! Even the church knows this planet (X for 10th).
Don't be a pussy and be more afraid of asteroids we overlook.
Enjoy your life!
What about Pluto? That's some serious shit when you're the government and you can make an entire planet disappear. I mean, where did they put it? What about the people who lived there?
Propane is a cold liquid under pressure, after a regulator it'll "flash" once it reaches the atmosphere and turn into a gas. It's not a solid. It'd be a semi-solid, aka liquid, due to the pressure from gravity. There would be a gaseous outer layer, yes, but the gas technically isn't frozen.
Oh wow, the discoverers of truths, the knowers of things!
The sages of all ages!
You mean there was a planet right in front of them and the people who know all about the universe or how it came to be didn't know that it was there because of silly absence of light?
Whatever else might they not know because of silly things!
Gas can be put under so much pressure that the atoms have no where to go because they are so tightly packed. The conditions for the gas to remain a gas are the same, however pressure or a gravitational force (like gilese 436 b's hot ice) prevents the spaced out fast movement of the elements atoms.
So then it's not fucking GAS anymore. It is then a SOLID. How are you failing to grasp this.
Planet x? or the 10th planet.
Oh right forgot. The same dude that demoted Pluto is the one that found planet 10. I mean planet 9.
Looks like we didn't find Nibiru after all! Science 1, Conspiratards 0
There aren't that many things in our solar system which can create gravitic wobbles in planets except for other planets.
They know it's there, they just haven't laid eyes on it yet.
We've known that it was there for years.
what if there even more dark planets in our solar system we havent found yet
Four moons, one gone.
Guardian on earth.
Bukkake of ancient watchers
I see France
mother fucker the planet could be frozen on the surface but contain an atmosphere.of hydrogen or helium, thus it would be a frozen ball of gas. You dumb ass
the sun's gravity can only maintain a secondary body in orbit for a certain distance is what he's saying. something can't go on a massive light year journey out into space and come back periodically unless its maintained in orbit, especially not something that supposedly has a periodic orbit like nibiru/x. it's the sun, not vy canis majoris. sedna is currently the largest known body with the longest orbital period in the solar system, 11,400 years. comet west has a 250,000 year orbital period, but it's a comet. for a massive planet to have this huge orbital period but never be discovered is unlikely.
>what is 2004 VN112
>what is 2007 TG422
>what is 2012 GB174
>what is 2012 VP113
>what is 2013 RF98
All of the above plus Sedna are only in orbits as funky as they are because of Planet 9.
>the sun's gravity can only maintain a secondary body in orbit for a certain distance
Yeah and X doesn't exceed that distance. What the fuck else is going to pull on it?
>but never be discovered is unlikely.
It's fucking far and it's fucking dark so not really
you are wrong. it's still a gas, it's just not gaseous anymore. there's a reason they call jupiter, saturn etc. gas giants and not solid matter giants because that would be fucking misleading. go get some stem degree.
can't you fucking read? not detached bodies. idiot.
>All of the above plus Sedna are only in orbits as funky as they are because of Planet 9.
I guess we can let Nature know that the debate is over. some fucking halfwit on /x/ has got it all figured out.
Technically the planet hasnt been found its all theoretical, like your sex life.
Well I mean thicker and longer imo, they aren't going to post their actual ideal because they won't want to look like sluts.
Should have been done somewhat anonymously and not in a room full of women judging each other.
>it's still a gas, it's just not gaseous anymore.
So this burger I got at A&W is still raw, it's just cooked now? The weather is still hot, it's just cold now? That tree outside my window is still a seed, it's just grown now?
someone is trying really hard to de-rail this thread for some reason...
the gay guy samefagging and flirting with himself out of the blue and random posts like penis size instead of actually talking about the subject matter... i mean its so blatantly obvious that's its de-railing
anyway, the concept is pretty interesting of a planet in a long eliptical orbit, i wonder if lifeforms are on it, perhaps sentient ones... i could see it being feasible if its a rock planet with a molten core generating heat so space doesnt freeze everything solid, maybe some subterrainian life, perhaps underground cities or some such thing
considering the possibility of life being on such a planet, and what we know about the difficulty of space travel over vast distances, it would be interesting to think some form of civilized life hops to other planets in the solar system as it comes into the core of the system, grabbing resources or what have you
and i imagine the environmental consequences of such a large body coming close to earth could have some major environmental consequences aswell, tidal waves, flood, and who knows what else, depending on proximity
>Maybe that explains seasons as we orbit the sun.
Nigger that's tilt. Australia has summer right now.
>Space science is pretty much nothing but theory anyway.
No you just don't understand it because fuck learning.
You people are fucking retarded. I might have been trolled hard, but fuck it.
gas is a gas
solid is a solid
a liquid is a liquid
(anything after these 3 traditional states are under insane conditions)
If a planet is frozen, it's fucking solid. Sure, it "could" have an atmosphere, but the planet is still fucking solid. A planet that is made of gas, is not fucking solid, it's a gas planet, it might have a small core made out of solid, but the majority of matter that makes it up is gas. A frozen planet, is not a fucking gas, it's a solid planet. >>17328750 is correct, >>17328567 is a fucking moron. If you freeze gas, it becomes a fucking solid. Basic elementary science class.
If an entire plane is at the pressure and temperature required for the entire thing to meet a triple point where it's continuously turning into a solid to a liquid to a gas at any point of time, that's a miracle of fucking physical existence. thefuckoutta here with that chart, because you're a grade-F dumbass.
>You people are fucking retarded.
>TO THINK YOU DO ARE THAT IS BEING TRYE HAHAHAHAHAHAHA NOT FOR KNOWING IS YOU AND KNOW NOT CANNOT MAKE THE PEEING RIGHT EVEN HAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAHEEEEEEEEEE
Think you might be onto something there, PARDNER!
WE classify elements from their state at the median conditions between their boiling point and freezing point. Each element behaves differently at these extremes. Liquid nitrogen for example.
Here's the problem. It doesn't have Nibiru's orbit, it's never going to come smashing through the inner system, Sitching was a lying fraud and we haven't actually discovered it yet, some people have maybe extrapolated its possible existence.
So, I mean, not a lot to talk about just now except to keep reminding people that Nibiru is considerably less valid idea than the fucking Black Knight, and that gets old real quick, or to speculate wildly about the nature of the planet.
someone needs to retake 8th grade science. If something is a solid, its considered a solid, even if you are more familiar with its liquid or gaseous form.
Everything has different boiling and freezing points, but just because its more recognizable to you in one state doesn't mean it gets to be called that when it changes states.
Jupiter and Saturn are not frozen, btw.
You guys are fucking autists. Everytime a subject is being debated here, you fucks always pick out one word or two and write extensives posts and get into arguments about how anon misused that word. Fucking autists I tell ya.
SPOILER: It's actually Jötunheimr and the ice giants are back.
First of all it's a theory. However, scientists are 90% certain. We have not actually directly observed the planet yet, but we are expected to have directed observations if it exists within 5 years.
Now, hypothetically, let's say it does exist. The possibilities are numerous. However, given it's distance from the Sun and that it is outside the "habitable zone", I would wager that it's probably cold and complex intelligent life does not live there. But there could be primitive extraterrestrial species, possibly microbes.
I for one want to see humanity explore the subterranean oceans of Europa for alien aquatic life. But really, regarding planet 9 it's all pure speculation at this point.
>tfw this poster would have told us such a thing was impossible just a few years ago
Anyway, this is all just Masonic games anyway, who knows if the thing exists.
Many dis info shills working hard at derailing this thread .
Completely unrelated to the thread, but that picture is pants on head retarded. Combustion engines have been the most efficent types of engines we've come across. Electric is coming up, but shit like solar or radiation would never work for cars.
nitrogen at r.t. is a gas.
liquid nitrogen, when it's cold enough to be a liquid, is a liquid, not a gas. Maybe you're thinking of a fluid. Both gases and liquids are types of fluids.
But liquid nitrogen is a liquid. That's why they call it liquid nitrogen.
Many gases, particularly hydrogen and helium, remain gases at very cold temperatures. That's why you can have gas planets like Neptune and Uranus that are very very cold, and presumably planet 9 as well.
Don't deflect from the point that image is trying to make. Allow me to spell it out for you:
>The invention of the first model electric vehicle is attributed to various people. In 1828, Ányos Jedlik, a Hungarian who invented an early type of electric motor, created a small model car powered by his new motor. In 1834, Vermont blacksmith Thomas Davenport built a similar contraption which operated on a short, circular, electrified track. In 1835, Professor Sibrandus Stratingh of Groningen, the Netherlands and his assistant Christopher Becker created a small-scale electrical car, powered by non-rechargeable primary cells.
Bruh, you're talking to a mechanical engineer. Take that as you will. Like I said, electric cars are on the come up, but until about 2007-2010 no one gave a shit about electric cars for 2 reasons. First, because of the inefficiency. Second, as a culture, in the west at least, there is a sort of stigma against driving electric shit for mean. It doesn't roar, it whirs and that puts people off. If you're arguing for anything other than electric or hydrogen powered cars you are straight retarded though.
Eeeeeeh, the chokehold exists but it's mostly pushed through cultural means in my opinion.I honestly think we have the same opinion of this, just from two separate views.
If they offer a ton of people money not to make it and instead work on combustion engines, but the people demanded electric cars you bet your ass someone would say "fuck this" and make them. In fact that's almost what happened with Tesla cars to a T, but he's also doing it for other purposes.Nah, the way they keep it down is much worse. They implant in peoples heads the seed of doubt that says "Electric cars are pussy shit, no real man would be caught dead in one". That (along with the fact that they look stupid as shit and the pretentious people driving them) is one of the main reasons the Prius is still viewed as it is even though it's financially and environmentally the better option.
Yes sir. But these niggas are tryin to talk about Nibiru so if you want to continue talking about this shit, just make a thread about it and I'm sure I'd see it. This board is slow as shit anyway.
Can't be, its orbit would have shown evidence of itself.
Gravity only has so much pull. After a certain distance, something on an orbit so long that there's no trace of it in our solar system would likely go rogue and or get picked up by another system.
Some Astronomers are tossing around the idea that Sol may actually be a part of a binary system, and the it's companion star is located approximately 1.5 ly out. This would explain the extreme elliptical orbit of X, and would also explain why sho much shit gets slung towards the inner planets from the Oort Cloud.
If the companion emitted light in the UV spectrum, it is entirely possible we haven't detected it yet. This is why we need to get the James Webb Telescope into orbit. Unfortunately, that would also require funding for NASA.
Im 4.5 inches, 5 at my hardest if not a hair longer then that. My gf seems to cum a lot during sex, and really enjoying her self. Im sure there are other girls that would enjoy my penis, and other that would laugh so hard in my face, if that was to happen I hope this planet crashes right into earth and kills her.
Honestly. Do you really think the government or some shadow government is really keeping eyes on /x/ trying to derail threads of certain topics?
I wounder what it would be like a planet came close enough to earth to appear like the moon.
At this point I'm pretty sure you actually are trolling, although you had me fooled for a while. I'm kind of enjoying this back and forth we've got going on though, so let me just reiterate that a solid is not a gas, no matter what substance it's made up of, nor is a liquid.
>This is why we need to get the James Webb Telescope into orbit. Unfortunately, that would also require funding for NASA.
James Webb is already funded. it's set for a 2018 launch.
>>17328567 probably meant not rocky planets. What would be gases in Earth temperature and pressure.
Can you do me a favor, please, astrophysicists? Stop calling any element heavier than helium a metal, it gets on my nerves.
Too bad there's not enough lithium reserves to make electric car batteries even for the United States.
That could be worked around, maybe, using mass public transport, but
I think he's looking at a high school level periodic table, and seeing that nitrogen, helium, and hydrogen are labelled and color coded as gases, and thus he thinks they're always considered gases. What he's failing to understand is that the periodic table only shows states of matter at standard temperature and pressure. Where helium is a gas, mercury is a liquid, and sulfur is a solid. It takes no other information into consideration.
can we talk about the fact that People have been claiming for 40+ years that there has been another planet Orbiting our sun and they just ''just discovered it'' The whole thing seems fishy as FUCK
The batteries needed to make up a prius cause as much if not more damage to the environment (when created and disposed of) than a regular combustion engine. Choose your poison: CO2 and its smoggy friends? Or battery acid and lead?