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Re: I Spoke to Nancy Online and all I got was this Lousy T-Shirt!

In Article  <5lIV7.3692$> Greg Neill
> 5.  Besides her supposed Planet X, Nancy claims that 
>     the Sun has a companion Sun at the "other focus" 
>     of the Planet X orbit.  Ignoring for the moment that 
>     such an orbit could not be stable, she claims that 
>     after "passage" Planet X will slow and turn around 
>     due to the combined gravitational influence of the 
>     Sun and this companion "lining up".  She claims 
>     that the companion's gravity is "dominant".  Since
>     the companion is at a distance of some 18 times the 
>     distance of Pluto, in order for its gravity to be
>     just equal to that of the Sun at a distance of, say, 
>     1AU, it would have to have a mass of over 55,000 
>     times that of the Sun.  That's a black hole candidate.  
>     Besides the fact that a black hole of such mass at 
>     this distance would be exceedingly bright across the 
>     spectrum due to accretion disk activity, how is it we 
>     don't notice the resulting approximately 27 year 
>     orbital period of the Sun about this companion that 
>     would result?

The orbit not stable according to Newton’s laws, which can’t even be
applied to our Moon, so much for their accuracy and being all
encompassing.  Who said the Sun’s dead twin was LARGER than the Sun? 
Not ZetaTalk, but this doesn’t stop you from running merrily down the
path to a Black Hole.  You made that leap from your understanding of
some statement made where the dead twin is “dominant” during the
turnaround? Quote please, as what ZetaTalk has said is below.  And
you’re making the assumption that all binaries must DANCE.  If they have
come to a standstill because the draw on them from all direction is such
that this is the equilibrium, then they would not. Below, what the Zetas
have said about the Sun’s dead twin and Planet X turnaround.

    The Earth and the dark star that is the second foci of 
    [Planet X]'s orbit do not rotate around each other any 
    more than the planets in your Solar System rotate 
    around each other. The reason for the latter is that the
    Sun dominates the planets, and their influence on 
    each other becomes the lesser voice. In like manner 
    your Sun and this dark star, of a comparable size, are 
    caught in a larger net and are essentially motionless 
    within your Galaxy. This net exists for all the stars 
    in your Galaxy, as elsewhere, and is the reason the 
    stars in the sky do not lose their position and float 
    toward each other. It is not that they are so far apart 
    that they do not influence each other. Influence, 
    however slight, is always there. It is rather that 
    influences have been balanced to where an 
    equilibrium is reached.
        ZetaTalk™, Second Foci

    [Planet X]'s path is elliptical, making a long flat 
    circle around its two gravitational masters, your 
    Sun and a body you cannot see. The Sun's alter ego 
    in this matter is not an object on your sky maps, but 
    for the purposes of calculating [Planet X]'s orbit,
    you can assume it be have the same mass as the Sun, 
    and to be at a distance that allows the curve of the 
    ellipse to smooth to an essentially straight line 
    between the two orbital foci. [Planet X]'s travels 
    are not unlike a train on parallel tracks, where the 
    train is on one side of the tracks going in one 
    direction, and on the other side coming back. It 
    will surprise you to know that the second foci is 
    not that far away. Since it rivals the Sun in mass, 
    the assumption would be that your astronomers 
    would know about it. However, being dark, they 
    stare past it and think it space. To use multiples 
    of the distance from your Sun to its farthest known 
    orbiting planet, which you call Pluto, this foci is 
    from the Sun 18.724 times as far away. ... Having 
    passed by the Sun, [Planet X] now slows. The rate 
    of slowing is dependent on two factors, essentially - 
    its speed and the fact that both its gravitational 
    masters are now behind it. As fast as [Planet X] 
    picked up speed approaching your Sun, it slows 
    even faster, the nearness of your Sun behind it 
    no small factor in this. 
        ZetaTalk™, Comet Orbit