Thursday, January 15, 2015

New Paper Adds Even More Confirmation to Prediction Made in "The Choice"

Artists conception of a Trans-Neptunian world.
In my second book The Choice, I made several predictions about future events and discoveries that promised to back up many of the claims made in that volume. Foremost among them was the prediction, based on the Hyperdimensional Physics theory of Richard C, Hoagland and Erol Torun, that one or more planets of near Jupiter mass would be found beyond the orbit of Pluto.
A few months ago, I reported that a new paper would argue strongly that perturbations in the orbits of observed trans-Neptunian objects indicated the presence of at least one (but more likely two) massive objects well beyond the orbit of Pluto. Now, the paper has appeared in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. It confirms my original prediction, including one that states that at least one of the objects could be as far out as 550 AU (about 51 billion miles).
These latest findings also indicate that data from NASA's WISE telescope is far from the final word on the existence of Planet X or even Planet Y, since, at least according to the data released so far, WISE failed to find these two objects.

Stay tuned for more as this continues to develop.

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