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« Reply #16035 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 5:34pm »

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« Reply #16036 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 6:01pm »

on Oct 20th, 2016, 10:35am, Sys_Config wrote:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/10/20/mysterious-ninth-planet-may-have-caused-entire-solar-system-to-t/
Mysterious ‘Ninth Planet’ may have caused entire solar system to tilt
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The hypothesised ‘Planet Nine’, which is believed to exist beyond Pluto, may have tilted the entire solar system, astronomers believe.

Earlier this year, scientists at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) announced that a planet ten times the mass of Earth probably exists around 19 billion miles away. It was shown to exert such a huge influence on its region of space that it was dubbed ‘the most planety of all planets.’

Not the same team believes ‘Planet Nine’ is also responsible for one of the biggest mysteries in astronomy – why the solar system lies on a strange tilt.

All of the planets, including Earth, orbit in a flat plane with respect to the Sun. But that plane rotates on a six-degree angle with respect to the Sun’s equator, a misalignment which has left astronomers scratching their heads for decades.

"It's such a deep-rooted mystery and so difficult to explain that people just don't talk about it," said Prof Mike Brown, who made the original discovery about Planet Nine.
A picture of Pluto taken by the Nasa probe New Horizons
Planet Nine is thought to exist beyond Pluto, which was demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006

But now scientists think that the highly tilted orbit of Planet Nine could be responsible. Based on calculations, the huge planet appears to orbit at about 30 degrees off from the other planets' orbital plane which is likely to add a ‘wobble’ to the solar system.

Mathematically, given the hypothesized size and distance of Planet Nine, a six-degree tilt fits perfectly into models of the solar system, said Prof Brown.

Elizabeth Bailey, a graduate student at Caltech and lead author of the study added: "Because Planet Nine is so massive and has an orbit tilted compared to the other planets, the solar system has no choice but to slowly twist out of alignment.”

Not only does the finding clear up the mystery of the solar system’s tilt but it provides greater evidence that Planet Nine actually exists.

"It continues to amaze us,” said Dr Konstantin Batygin, an assistant professor of planetary science at Caltech.

“Every time we look carefully we continue to find that Planet Nine explains something about the solar system that had long been a mystery.”


Prof Brown and Dr Batygin ‘discovered’ Planet Nine , after noticing that 13 objects in the Kuiper Belt – an area beyond Pluto – were all moving together as if being ‘lassooed’ by the gravity of a huge object.

Scientists thought that objects in the belt, a vast region of dwarf planets and icy rocks populating the fringes of our solar system were only influenced by the gravitational pull of Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune. However they found some objects were clearly being pulled by another body – Planet Nine.

Planet Nine takes between 10,000 and 20,000 years to orbit the Sun and it would take 20 years to send a probe to find out if the planet actually exists. However it could be spotted from Earth using the world’s largest telescopes - such as the twin 10-meter telescopes at the W. M. Keck Observatory and the Subaru Telescope, all on Maunakea in Hawaii.


Now that is really something, Sys_Config! Of course mathemathics is not enough for me, I want such a cosmic body actually observed and the orbit precisely tracked.

Did Zecharia Sitchin say something about a ninth planet?

My imagination is going wild with possibilities. Home of the ancient gods. Planet X/Nibiru. Or perhaps not a planet at all but a massive low radiating red dwarf sun, revealing we have been living in a dual solar system all the time?


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« Reply #16037 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 7:00pm »

on Oct 20th, 2016, 10:35am, Sys_Config wrote:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/10/20/mysterious-ninth-planet-may-have-caused-entire-solar-system-to-t/
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This was just on SGU's Science or Fiction segment. I like to listen to the podcast while out trotting for my exercise.

http://www.theskepticsguide.org/podcast/sgu/589

Because the scientists were "amazed" and not "baffled" I have to give credence to their findings and hypothesis. grin
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« Reply #16038 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 8:11pm »

Wait to you read an email someone wrote podesta..I did not see a response or further discussion..sadly.
still..Like Purr said..I agree too..
"It continues to amaze us,” said Dr Konstantin Batygin, an assistant professor of planetary science at Caltech.
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Glaciers melting at alarming rate! Huge uptick in meteor fireballs! Sharp
rise in tornadoes, quakes, volcanic eruptions, sinkholes, landslides,
melting permafrost, ocean warming.

IS A NEAR-TERM WORLDWIDE CATACLYSM AHEAD huh

(Minds are like parachutes. They only function when they are open!!)

A gigantic hierarchical website of transcribed communications to an
American woman, over more than 15 years to date, from benevolent
extra-terrestrials, claims that Planet X (or historical Nibiru), four times
larger in diameter than Earth and magnetically more than 20 times stronger,
is on a long elliptical path now slowly passing between the Sun and Earth
--- and does so every 3600+ years. The existence of Nibiru and its long
orbit was first revealed by the Jewish-American scholar Zecharia Sitchin in
his 1976 book “The 12th Planet” and multiple follow-on authored books all
based on his Middle-Eastern archeological hieroglyphic interpretations.
Nibiru was first spotted remotely by USA astronomers in 1983 and reported
at that time in the Washington Post --- but since has been subject to a
governmental coverup.

It is currently hidden in the Sun's glare, but distant photo images have
been provided on the website and the internet. As it passes closer to Earth
with its long tail of moons and asteroids, likely within the next 24-or-so
months, the aliens’ website predicts it will cause a drastic Earth pole
shift of about ninety degrees, due to its magnetic strength. This would
result per the website in more Earth wobble, then violent mega-earthquakes,
super-hurricane winds, worldwide volcanic eruptions, and oceanic sloshing
with gigantic tidal waves inundating most low-lying coastal areas and
cities, e.g., Netherlands, Denmark, Bangladesh, Singapore, Hong Kong, NYC,
LA, Miami. Food, water, electricity, and gasoline distribution would
collapse resulting in massive relocations, rampant crime, riots and
starvation. Much housing would be destroyed. Melting old poles combined
with much warmer oceans due to a hotter Earth core, per the aliens, would
cause a greater than 600 foot rise in ocean levels in the following two
years. In worst case, as little as ten or twenty percent of the world
population might survive.
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« Reply #16039 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 8:40pm »

Internet of All Things Attack (IOT)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-24/want-hack-planet-iot-cannon-bring-down-web-can-be-yours-7500

An IoT "Cannon" To "Bring Down The Web" Can Be Yours For Only $7,500
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While an odd back and forth has emerged between Xiongmai, the Chinese video surveillance manufacturer whose "smart" video camera equipment was blamed by numerous sources blame for driving massive Internet attacks last Friday, accusations which the Chinese company first admitted by then denied, far bigger mass attacks may be in store. As Forbes first reported, hackers are now selling access to a huge army of hacked Internet of Things (IoT) devices designed to launch attacks capable of severely disrupting web connections. The finding was revealed just days after compromised cameras and other IoT machines were used in an attack that took down Twitter, Amazon Web Services, Netflix, Spotify and other major web companies.

In the report, RSA is said to have discovered several weeks ago that hackers were advertising access to a huge IoT botnet on an underground criminal forum, though the company declined to say which one. (F-Secure chief research officer Mikko Hypponen said on Twitter after publication that it was the Tor-based Alpha Bay market).

“This is the first time we’ve seen an IoT botnet up for rent or sale, especially one boasting that amount of firepower. It’s definitely a worrying trend seeing the DDoS capabilities grow,” said Daniel Cohen, head of RSA’s FraudAction business unit.

And speaking of firepower, all those unprotected smart devices sure add up: the seller claims they can generate 1 terabit per second of traffic. That would almost equal the world record DDoS attack, which hit French hosting provider OVH earlier this month at just over 1 terabit.

So how much will it cost an angry luddite hell bent on taking down the internet, if only for a short time? Not much: for $4,600, anyone could buy 50,000 bots (hacked computers under the control of hackers), whilst 100,000 cost $7,500. Together, those bots can combine resources to overwhelm targets with data, in what’s known as a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.

While RSA's Cohen said he didn’t know if the botnet for hire was related to Mirai, the epic network of weaponized IoT computers used to swamp DYN – a domain name system (DNS) provider and the chief target of Friday’s attack – with traffic, Forbes said it was able to find a forum post on Alpha Bay from the seller, who went by the name loldongs, which noted they had created a Mirai-based botnet. The original post was on 4 October, just a few days after the Mirai source code was made available to everyone. In a later post, in response to another user’s request, loldongs claimed: “I can take down OVH easily.”


RSA uncovered a botnet for hire, made up of IoT devices like connected cameras and fridges.
It could generate an astonishing amount of power, the company warned.

This is the seller’s post on the Tor-based Alpha Bay market, in which they claim to have
used the Mirai source code to create a botnet.

While hackers have long sold access to botnets, this may be the first occasion they have explicitly advertised their use of IoT devices like connected cameras, fridges and kettles. The infamous LizardSquad amassed sizeable botnets for its LizardStresser “booter” – a DDoS weapon for hire – but it largely compromised vulnerable routers.

That said, before angry customers splurge for the opportunity of taking down their most hated website, or DNS network, keep in mind last week's attack may not be repeated soon. According to Forbes, Twitter, Amazon Web Services, PayPal and others could’ve been better prepared too with something very simple: a secondary, back-up DNS provider.

“Companies using third party DNS providers ultimately may not want to put all their eggs in one basket. We’ve already seen PayPal, a Dyn customer, add DNS services for another provider in addition to Dyn,” noted security architect Kevin Beaumont for a global manufacturing company. “This will help mitigate problems for them in the future. It also works both ways and isn’t a slam of Dyn – for example, companies could use Dyn as an addition DNS provider.”

Another remedy might have also eased the pain for general web users.

When someone enters a web address, the DNS doesn’t always go through the same lookup process, routing right up to what’s known as the “authoritative” DNS server. Instead, the system can quickly retrieve a previously-stored (or cached) response from a nearby server, making the whole process that much quicker. The period during which those responses are cached is known as the “Time to Live” or TTL. The shorter the TTL the quicker everything goes up in smoke if the authoritative DNS server is wiped offline, noted a security researcher who goes by the name MalwareTech. So Twitter et al should look to make their respective TTLs that much longer, they said.



“A combination of short TTL and no redundancy is what led to the issues on Friday,” they added. “If [an affected site] had a TTL of, say, a day, as long as the DDoS attack is shorter than a day, most users would never notice anything.” According to CloudFlare security pro Filippo Valsorda, there’s an even better solution: rather than lengthening the TTL, just ensure there’s a permanent backup resource of records should anything go wrong. “You don’t need to get DNS results directly from the source. Results are the same for everyone, and can be valid for a while,” he told FORBES. “Here’s the point: if the global DNS system just kept replying with old results when the authoritative source – like Dyn – is offline, attacks on DNS providers would cause much much less disruption… There is no good reason resolvers should remove the results from the cache when the TTL expires, if they can’t reach the source to update it.”

With last week's hack in the history books, it is likely that internet service providers will take remedial measures to address similar cyberattacks. However, as millions of largely unprotected IoT devices emerge, it is only a matter of time before hackers find another exploitable loophole courtesy of a similar "oversight" to that by Xiongmai, especially if the price of admission is relatively low. We can hope that the next time such an attack does happens, it will likewise target largely irrelevant source of productivity-draining "social engagement", because should an unknown hacker go after something more critical, like NPPs or defense infrastructure, then a retaliation against the scapegoat du jour, which these days is generically Vladimir Putin, will have far greater consequences than Twitter being inaccessible for a few hours.

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on Oct 24th, 2016, 8:11pm, Sys_Config wrote:
Wait to you read an email someone wrote podesta..I did not see a response or further discussion..sadly.
still..Like Purr said..I agree too..
"It continues to amaze us,” said Dr Konstantin Batygin, an assistant professor of planetary science at Caltech.

https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/447

TELL HILLARY SHE IS WRONG ON CLIMATE CHANGE ------ see below

Fromcheesyon.smalter@gmail.com
To: podesta@law.georgetown.edu, John_mccain@mccain.senate.gov, john_P._holdren@ostp.eop.gov, CROHLFING@ostp.eop.gov
Date: 2014-09-07 18:06
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It is currently hidden in the Sun's glare, but distant photo images have been provided on the website and the internet. ...............

That's a lame explanation and excuse why if the thing existed it would not have been discovered and broadcast by 1000's of amateur astronomers, scientists and others. I'm more concerned about the mindset of these people then the secrecy. I suppose it's a good thing that a lot of these crackpots and their crackpot ideas are being exposed. That's assuming one can believe anything being tossed out on the internet these days. rolleyes Unfortunately, I doubt that aspect is considered of any importance.
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« Reply #16041 on: Oct 24th, 2016, 8:56pm »

on Oct 24th, 2016, 8:44pm, GhostofEd wrote:
That's a lame explanation and excuse why if the thing existed it would not have been discovered and broadcast by 1000's of amateur astronomers, scientists and others. I'm more concerned about the mindset of these people then the secrecy. I suppose it's a good thing that a lot of these crackpots and their crackpot ideas are being exposed. That's assuming one can believe anything being tossed out on the internet these days. rolleyes Unfortunately, I doubt that aspect is considered of any importance.


The email was definitely over the top and I only posted part of it.!

Purr brings up an excellent point as I am interested in extinction events..and survival if any as imprinted in our genes and memories..and the development of myths and legends from these..as echoes of the past. We see examples of this in Language and its evolution..where echoes of words derived from merger of cultures remain embedded until buried under another layer occasionaly .popping up like ghosts from the past..to remind us where we came from..and a glimpse of that time..A linguistics archeologist or anthropologist would know what to look for..
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on Oct 24th, 2016, 8:56pm, Sys_Config wrote:
The email was definitely over the top and I only posted part of it.!

Purr brings up an excellent point as I am interested in extinction events..and survival if any as imprinted in our genes and memories..and the development of myths and legends from these..as echoes of the past. We see examples of this in Language and its evolution..where echoes of words derived from merger of cultures remain embedded until buried under another layer occasionaly .popping up like ghosts from the past..to remind us where we came from..and a glimpse of that time..A linguistics archeologist or anthropologist would know what to look for..


YES SYS, there does seem to be a bread crumb trail.
this guy seems very confident with his work.


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« Reply #16043 on: Oct 25th, 2016, 06:58am »

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I'M LOCKING THIS THREAD AND STARTING STUFF AND NONSENSE UNLEASHED. COME ON OVER.

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