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Podcast #268 - Talking About Space While Wearing Tin Foil Hats

Jun 05, 2021
more and more sure that there is a ninth planet stop doing that here your eyebrows on your tin

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I love having audible eyebrows I'm sorry, horrible eyebrows, they've been named right, thanks, astronomers are getting more and more sure, but There is a ninth planet orbiting the Sun far beyond Neptune, the so-called planet 9, it wouldn't be the first time, okay, this is something strange, can you stop this? distracting, so this is essentially the theory that MIT stopped, it's not a Sun on the outside, but maybe a planet, yeah, okay, pretty much the same idea that there's something big out there that's causing it to these things be dragged in that direction.
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I am a firm believer. that Pluto is still playing at 9'o I never let him go our boy Pluto my boy Pluto when the series I think the series Cee re s the largest asteroid in the solar system was discovered in 1801 initially it was classified as a planet but then now Pluto demoted to was admitted to the planet club upon its discovery in 1930, only two were asked to leave in 2006, relegated to dwarf planet status, yeah buddy, we made Pluto so dirty, yeah, that was my childhood, that It was my favorite planet, I really liked it. Hey, I know you've been part of us here for a million years, but go away, please go away.
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Don't let the door hit you as you leave Pluto the first clues that there is another member of the planetary fraternity of the Sol arrived in 2014 Julian, that's just from the scientific approach, calm down, okay, I'm trying to concentrate here, I'm just tied to Being a fat baby stopped being in 2014 when American astronomer dr. Scott Shepherd found a small dwarf planet candidate called 2012 VP 113 that orbits on average 250 times farther from the Sun than Earth. Its elongated orbit, which is significantly tilted relative to those of the other planets, immediately stood out. Currently nothing is known on the solar planet. system that could create its orbit,

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some unusually aligned objects could be dismissed as an unlikely coincidence, a total of 10 have now been discovered largely thanks to the work of astronomer dr.
podcast 268   talking about space while wearing tin foil hats
Mike Brown and Dr. Constantine, but starting at the California Institute of Technology, with all of these objects sharing similar orbital properties, the chances of their alignment being a fluke drop to just 0.0001 percent—wow, that's it low, the main explanation is that there is a planet that would not otherwise be seen damaging these objects with its gravity Shepard was 60 percent sure a ninth 60 percent how a ninth planet existed when he found 2012 VP 113 now says it is 85 percent sure but for the planet to act this way it would have to be 10 times more massive than the Earth, it takes at least 10 years to orbit the Sun and be 200 times further away than our planet.
podcast 268   talking about space while wearing tin foil hats
This enormous distance makes it difficult to hunt and photograph it, yes, in order for us to see the light of Planet 9 we have to walk there. from the Sun and almost all the way back disappearing all the time, but astronomers have been able to narrow the search using several clear shortcuts, for example, data from the Cassini mission to Saturn was used to rule out parts of the outer solar system if planet 9 was in those areas, so the probe would have detected them or they would have detected small gravitational discrepancies. There was a small setback in September 2018 when new research showed that another technique for ruling out parts of the sky was not feasible, but the search continues so far we have covered about 30 percent of the main area the planet could be in.
It'll take about another four years to cover the rest just four years four years we're close, then we're really close, we're like right there. We should check back in because you think I'm very interested in this. I'm invested, right? I think it's interesting the concept that everything adds up in terms of this theory that it's there, but the fact that the light fades away at that distance like there's no confirmation of that, that's crazy to me, it's well my head hurts a little that's why I have this hat on that's funny imagine the light fading because you're traveling such a long distance damn that's interesting that's funny yeah I just hope it's Nemesis.
I mean, it would be great if it played at 9:00, but I really hope I have a son of Nemesis. An emesis would be really cool. Imagine if we had two kids we could go on vacation out there and get a nemesis tan a nemesis tan you just turn blue everywhere why would you turn blue because it's infrared so infrared light makes your skin blue very blue quote your sources

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.com kind Gillian thank you know what else is blue than me Andes if you choose a pair of blue underwear from me Andes is three times softer than cotton and does not fade like light fades when it travels to Nemesis and/ or to Planet Nine and to the communities back they last a long time and are very comfortable, they are blue green purple design whatever you want they have our door they have socks they have the most comfortable rompers on planet Earth or also nemesis I don't think nemesis has anything more comfortable than the communities um my source is

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communication Julian so if you buy underwear from me now there's a chance you'll feel more comfortable than anything else in Nemesis.
I'm currently 90% sure, I'm 60% sure of it and if you don't believe me, go to space communication, actually just go to my underwear, calm down/join. and Julian and get 15% off your first underwear order or a double pair of underwear for you and your special someone who want to be more comfortable than anything on Nemesis or Planet Nine. I'm sixty percent sure you will. hit the link below and start with me comfortably, you won't go back to

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normal underwear afterwards, also guys, I don't think you can post a lot of Nemesis stuff, but I'm not sure you will either.
I can't post nice things about Nemesis because you know I'm sixty percent sure you could post friends for Nemesis, so it depends on what kind of restaurants they have or there's just a restaurant called Nemesis, in which case I probably wouldn't do it. I wouldn't eat there because it seems like why would you call a restaurant Nemesis? It's like a really spiteful chef gets kicked out of another restaurant and then says, I'm going to open a restaurant called Nemesis. Everything is shit. nemesis is a recipe ad that I put backwards and backwards, you know what his name is mr.
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I'm trying to figure out how to say this so we can end this Piper Kuiper Belt, oh you were. away, well why is there a you? So you know, I mean the Kuiper belt, creepy applause, I think it's his accent, he sounds like he's from Nemesis, it's that Nemesis accent, okay, well, what we're not going to do is call people Nemesis accent, okay, okay, hippie, here's a quick one, okay, a little quickie, this is from Live Science, God, these sources are getting better, baby, what's better than a moon? Two months, a moon orbiting a loon that the Internet has dubbed a moment also known as Mooney Supplements, Toast, Grandma's Moon, Es and Luna Luna Luna are still only theoretical, but recent calculations suggest that there is nothing impossible about their training.
See if you don't think they calculated it recently, so you're wrong. Julianne, there are 60% of people who do it too. I'm going to start a new one. website called I promise this is science calm down I think that will be your next service. I swear, it's science doc. No, I swear, I swear, it's 'no, no, it's science.com. Okay, there is definitely not one organization. I think your computer is hacked, it should be working. Well, anyway, do you like the idea of ​​movement? I like Mooney toast, that's my favorite, yes I like Mooney toast, but that doesn't really make sense because you don't eat masa in Spanish as a smaller thing, so the moon is the mini. -moon mini-moon is the moon, come oh oh, I got it, it's a mini moon, so it's not an identical twin.
I like the moon, the moon and I like the moon with four hours, it's very easy to say, but what if our moon had a little bit? the moon orbiting it, that would affect the climate and things on the moon, well, I think we will later get to having two moons, but yes, it would affect because the moon affects our climate, well, the term has no atmosphere. right, so it doesn't have weather, that's true, it's more or less space right, yeah, yeah, so it wouldn't affect the weather, let's say you build a sand castle on the moon and the moon appears or you're eating cheese, the states Moods are made of cheese, so if you are eating cheese, maybe the moon makes the cheese taste different, cheese hits different on the moon when the moon is near.
I'm sixty percent sure about 60 percent sure that you don't even tell us a story like, well, well, there It was a night we held on and if it's spelled M oh oh but there's an apostrophe or what's the accent? only in the second second so there was a night, huh? when a cow jumped over the moon and as he jumped over the moon, the moon rotated around the cow that Moo was doing over the moon and when the moon passed by the cow Moo, no, the cow moved, but because of that the moon was there, it elevated the cow further from the surface of the moon, so that at that point the cow was actually jumping over the moon, not the moon, yes, and since the moon is so small, cows bigger than the moon are much smaller than the moon, so you have a situation where the cow is going around the moon and then the cow is part of the moon, so it goes around and around our moon there's a cow jumping on the moon in a perpetual state forever that's amazing it just sways and sways Wow the ending is amazing we should write it like a children's book and make it crazy and confusing sorry yeah what What if the cow jumped over the moon? moon no, no, read about the moon, okay, let's move on, you know, as fascinating as Julian was, we should keep

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about movements, here's a theory, yeah, that maybe our moon hasn't always been a moon, oh wow, that was several moons, two. moons tremens maybe five this is from this is from the program six months Julian I mean crazy seven months that's just crazy okay listen to me nine months that's just noon I'm not going to change my name I'm going to change my face I'm I'm going to change my name , you know, like the writer, like RL Stein.
I'm going to change my name to I'm like RL but I'm a scientist and I'm going to write a book about the moon written by I'm a scientist I'm a scientist No I don't know, I'm just trying to be respectful of the pronunciations of our millions of completely fictional moons okay , sorry Julian, yes, this straight from the show. NASA's unexplained files. Great show by the way, I'm super. I really like it. There have been reports throughout history, such as when the Romans marched into battle and saw two moons in our sky. Yes, that was possible. We know that it would not have been possible for there to be two moons during the Roman Empire, but is it theoretically possible on one?
Point during our Earth's history where there was more than one moon and there is no other celestial body large enough for people to confuse it with the moon, even when Mars is closer and orbits Earth no one would say oh, that's the other one. moon but we are unusual and we only have one moon like Jupiter and Saturn have 60 moons and many of them are strange as they do strange things the data suggests that the Earth at some point was hit by an object the size of Mars and that the color of the debris that is a big thing Mars is Mars Mars has been going to the gym a little bit getting bigger, the debris did coalesce into an object that formed the moon, okay, but we don't know if they all coalesce at once into a moon What if they merge? in two where the moon binman or three months where they were then in another they are there but they are just not there but now we only have one moon.
I agree with part of that sentence or something like that. of sentences would be a paragraph I guess we're unusual, that's all. Thanks Julian, isn't it a good idea that the debris that formed from that impact formed multiple moons that later merged into our moon, which would explain why I alines Calypso Telesto Helene, my tone, deafness, why are some names like zero one zero? one of this guy's names is Polydeuces so okay so for the naming committee they clearly have a couple different people working on that committee maybe with different backgrounds some science something the opposite of science Oh pan he looks really cool look at pan or pond pin pong, he is a moon shaped nut, he is cute, look at him Wow, I like pens, aren't they cute?
This is really funny, look at all these chickens, okay, the Cassini probe basically detected that it was vibrating or wobbled as it goes through space, which most things don't do. I don't normally it has a crater on one side yeah, the crater is so big compared to the size of the moon that if it were on Earth it would be equivalent to the size of Australia the crater the crater Wow, yeah, it's big. a crater maybe, but it is also theorized that if something actually crashed into it and could cause that crater, because it is so small it should have broken, why didn't it break?
But I also could have compacted it even more hmm but they call it an anomaly which is crazy it actually looks a bit like desktop art it looks like a big nipple mm-hmm but it doesn't look normal it doesn't look like what you think because in the moon they' We are all small, an anomaly of mass. Me after eating a large pizza. I am a mass anomaly. The math doesn't quite add up, although it's okay that it's a mass anomaly, so they've also theorized that maybe there's something inside the moon creating. it's like sucking up the surface or something, let me tell you the other one of Saturn's other moons Enceladus and so Enceladus Enceladus I think that's how you say Enceladus, which is another moon, it has a similar wobble that has massive geysers under this surface . which gives it a kind of splashing action, so it's water, so it doesn't look like it's like no, no, no, the top is ice, yeah, and underneath that surface there's water that those geysers that They splash they got inside, which is giving it a wobble, a little water could justify the movement, the vibration, so maybe the same thing is happening to me, miss, they are suggesting, but it is almost a billion miles from the Sun, so to have liquid water so far from the sun because otherwise it would be ice there has to be some kind of heat source or like a thermal in Tivoli happening inside the mud the meanness inside me strange what the hell a moon with thermal activity creating really fun liquid waters, yeah, that's crazy a billion miles from the Sun a million miles from the Sun, you know, you used to get up early to go to class and you used to shower in the morning, you used to go out and it was really cold, that's right how you felt, you were a billion miles from the Sun, but you would expect to see some thermal activity or geological activity like a volcano.
You have a question. I don't know if I have an answer. Can I just finish? The orbit is strange, if it had liquid, it would eventually orbit Saturn in a very circular pattern because of the water, um, according to these people, on the contrary, but it has an elliptical orbit, why don't we know how to beat it, so it's going through space like this way in an elliptical orbit and acting like maybe it could have water and it doesn't actually act like a celestial body with water. I think it's very interesting to think about the fact that there could be water and something a billion miles from the Sun and what that is about because obviously the vibration can be explained by many different outcomes, like if it weren't, water It's not the only one, obviously, there are probably many theories, right, you can know how to write.
I don't understand, as if it's the only theory you're saying. The reason this thing vibrates is because there is water in it or there are multiple theories. No, they don't, they don't know that there are other potential theories that might not explain the vibration without water being the answer. or whatever, I just think it's the most interesting route to go because like you said, where does the energy source come from and why doesn't it spin in a perfect circle, yeah, I mean, they're just theorizing, so maybe it has water because one of Saturn's other moons acts like that, yes, but it also has geological activity, so there was probably a heat source inside it creating some liquid water, hmm, but that's why it just does like that and look .
Like the Death Star and her name is me, miss, I like it, miss, isn't it cute? It's yeah. I would still really like a reality show with all the Saturn minutes. You want to see the moons of Jupiter. Jupiter's moons are not one of them. io yes pretty sure moons of Jupiter Wikipedia funny what are their names tell us their names we want to know them yes I absolutely owe you clothes Oh I think it's not io that does crazy things I think it does Callisto pretty okay yes sulfur dioxide Frostwolf fun good times, right, there are good moments, okay, no, okay, I think I would watch that show, it was probably a reality show, they all have different faces, the names are correct, but are they different characters based on those names or is it just the static shot of everyone them floating in space and then it just cuts to commercial.
I would see it very well. Thank you for providing this incredibly stimulating

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of information, theory and conversation. It was a lot of fun and my brain feels it. protected because I've been

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my tin

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hat so shout out to Tim Foyle you know you can post some right now. I'm glad you were protected. Marvel is protected maybe like a quarter of the Nemesis

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Nemesis those are good theories yeah those were fun thanks for doing that you're welcome I hope you enjoy it Oh honey you're hard headed, didn't she really feel it? because she lives life like her dad, she just goes with all her might and gets into things, good girl, yeah, that's it. a good girl, well, thank you all for listening to us and hanging out with us.
I hope you had your tinfoil hat on and enjoyed it if you had it on

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listening to this podcast. Tweet us a photo of yourself listening to the podcast in your tinfoil hat. overall because I want to retweet, we're Tim boiling this here, so you know, I just hope you guys have a great week, we'll see you on Twitch all week, we'll be live all week and See you on the next podcast, bye.

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