From George Pope
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on Thu Sep 2 06:22:16 2021
Is there a twin star (brown dwarf) in sync with Sol that causes a huge cometary attack every 26 million years, causing mass extinctions, when its orbit takes it through the Oort cloud, disrupting it & expeling comets towards the inner planets?
I've asked Dr. Jillian Scudder, Astrophysicist, for her thoughts on this.
Awaiting her response.
Anybody know more on this unproven-as-yet hypothesis?
Or there's the related hypthesis of a giant trans-Neptunian planet(Tyche) that also could be disrupting the Oort Cloud)?
No rush for us to plan for it, as the next event isn't due for another ~26M years. . . (2.37 light minutes by my calculations)
Cyberpope, Bishop of ROM
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