Never A Straight Answer? One would think that any organization that gets ridiculed for hiding public information or beating around the bush would be a little more concise about their discoveries. However, when looking at their latest press conference regarding the discovery of a dwarf star with several planets in the habitable zone would have gone a little smoother.
As the video below demonstrates NASA’s overly hyped discovery and the very special news conference regarding that discovery was less than forthright and straight forward. The problem is that the solar system is undergoing changes that are confirmed and obvious. However, the details of those changes are clouded by a sea of disinformation, half-hearted excuses and flimsy counter hypothesis. In the video below you will see that many things are poorly explained and omitted.
So if NASA is trying to undertake a rolling disclosure regarding Planet 9/X they are sure going about it in a questionable way.
Here are the questions I have…
1. Why did NASA make an announcement about a special announcement when they report that there are very few new findings about exo planet research?
2. Why did they not admit that Hubble has a spectrograph and has been looking at these planets since about 2015?
3. Why was it that out of the panel of experts for this “special announcement” fail to identify anything special about these exo planets when NASA has already found dozens of exo planets in the habitable zone that are much closer than these?
4. Why did this brown dwarf show up in the 2010 W.I.S.E. but previous sky surveys failed to see it? Why in the press conference were not any questions from fellow scientists permitted to be asked?
Seeing that there are researchers out there that have maintained and claim that the infamous Planet 9/X is coming through the constellation Aquarius (where this new dwarf supposedly resides) then why no questions or mention of Planet 9/X was ever made? And since NASA has already endorsed the existence of “Nemesis” and now “Planet 9/X” what other reason could there be for the fanfare, the hoopla, the Wikipedia page, the dozens of illustrations and yet not one single photograph?
So yes, NASA’s press conference when scrutinized, like many of their other announcements about dwarf planets (not dwarf stars), there are actually more questions left unanswered than answered. The video below highlights some of the main points of contention left by a panel of experts who were there to answer questions.
Could NASA’s admissions be a half-hearted disclosure of Planet 9/X? You be the judge, but remember this, over 1,000 dwarf planets in the “habitable zone” have been discovered by KEPLER, W.I.S.E, SPITZER, and HUBBLE.