According to scientists K. Batygin and M. E. Brown there is a ninth planet in our solar system and it’s not Puto.
These guys observed strange movements of objects (comety and rocky things) in the solar system beyond the range of Pluto (Kuyper Belt) and investigated. They calculated and came to the conclusion that these odd movements can only be explained by the presence of a large chunk of mass approximately 10 times that of the Earth with an orbit time of 10.000 to 20.000 years. (see picture below)
So there you are a planet! Even though no one has ever seen it!
Now wait a minute, wasn’t there a definition of a planet? The one used by plutokillers to demote our favorite to a dwarf. They defined a planet to be sphere-like (caused by its own gravity), to have an orbit round a centered star (sun) and to have cleared its path from all debris in its way. So, if no one has seen the planet, how can we verify this? Well in this case size does matter. If our earth can do this trick then a body equaling 10 times Earths’ mass will certainly fulfill these criteria.
With a little luck this planet will become visible right before the next ice age!
(As long as it does not turn out to be a large chuck of dark matter ;-D)
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