Crisis in Cosmology (Part 6)

Black_Sun

Was a black sun captured by recording web cams at Neumayer Station III, Antarctica on December 19/20, 2013? “We have been keeping an eye on this for a few weeks,” reported Linda Sky, “whatever the black dot is, appears to be slowing getting bigger.” Was this Niburu? And was Niburu in fact a “brown dwarf” star? [1]

(Niburu is said to be a planet beyond Neptune. Zecharia Sitchin theorized that Nibiru is in an elongated, elliptical orbit in the Earth’s own Solar System. Due to its unusual orbit, Niburu reaches the inner solar system only every 3600 years or so. [2])

Linda Sky speculates that what was recorded at the Neumayer Station was the planet Niburu passing in front of the Sun. [1] (Normally, Niburu would not be visible.)

HOAX Neumayer Black Hole Dot Sun / Nibiru Planet X Comet Elenin Dwarf

Others however are skeptical about the seeming black sun at the Neumayer Station. Cameras are “extremely sensitive to light,” offers one such skeptic. The cameras at Neumayer are 1) Mobotix 10DN; 2) Mobotix M12DN; and 3) Mobotix M12DN. The cameras are highly sensitive double sensor devices with night mode. The web cams switch automatically between normal daylight (color) and weak light (black and white) modes. Cameras switch to a black and white mode when the light is too weak. Was a “black dot” (black sun) caused by the CMOS sensors? [3]

In the larger cosmological context, we have two main paradigms: 1) “Infinite Universe” and 2) “Expanding Universe.”

“Infinite Universe” had been the one unproven faith until around the start of the 20th century, when “geometrical curvature” began to dictate observation. Way back in about 300 B.C., the geometry of Euclid had been perfectly fine. You could use it to plan for the construction of buildings, for example. But in the early 19th century, Carl Friedrich Gauss was commissioned by the House of Hanover to produce a comprehensive geodetic survey. The Euclidean geometry would not work for mapping the surface of the Earth. The Earth was a sphere and you could not map curvature with Cartesian coordinates in a Euclidean framework. [4]

Gauss invented a new geometry to deal with curved surfaces. In 1915, Albert Einstein used the curved ideas of Gauss to help define gravity in Einstein’s General Relativity Theory. The core issue became that of curvature: Can space, even in theory, have a shape? Gauss believed yes; the orb of the Earth was mirrored by the celestial sphere, “and a horizontal line, strictly speaking, is curved.” [4]

From this mathematical “curved space” notion comes the saying of, “Parallel lines meet in infinity.” It was in this way that around the start of the 20th century “geometrical curvature” began to dictate observation. Never mind what you see! The theory itself has become all-important! In this way, for example, a scientific referee decided a “matter bridge” observed in the Einstein Cross must be wrong since it went against the all-important “Big Bang” Theory. (Background: Crisis in Cosmology (Part 2), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of December 22, 2013.)

——- Sources ——-
[1] “Mystery Eclipse at Neumayer Station III, Antarctica”, by Linda Sky. http://earthchangeaffirmations.wordpress.com/2012/12/21/mystery-eclipse-at-neumayer-station-iii-antarctica/
[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zecharia_Sitchin
[3] “Black Dot SUN HOAX~Nibiru Elenin Yu55 Neumayer Brown Dwarf Explained”, by foghaze (pseudonym). YouTube video
[4] The Static Universe, by Hilton Ratcliffe. Montreal: Apeiron, 2010. http://redshift.vif.com/

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Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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