Periodicity seen in both the mass extinctions and large impact cratering on earth can be explained if one postulates that the sun has a companion star, orbiting in a moderately eccentric orbit with a major axis of 2.8 light-years. No other explanations that have been suggested are compatible with known facts of physics and astronomy. If the companion is a red dwarf star, the most common kind in the galaxy, then no previous astronomical observations would have found it. A search for red objects with large parallax is now underway at Berkeley, and has a good chance of identifying the star in the near future.
Monday, March 07, 2011
Declassifed Government Research Paper Reveals Evidence for Possible Companion Star to Sun
Evidence for a Solar Companion Star (1984)
I'm posting this one for all the 10th Planet, Planet X and Nibiru readers who might be checking out my page. If the above image of the document does not appear, you can check it out on the government's web page.