No one has yet championed my theory of ‘gravitic polarity shift’ about the galactic center, which would come into play as we cross the galactic plane in 2012, perhaps flipping the earth... Given the nature of the rotation of the galaxy, I'm willing to accept that it might be a red herring.
It could also be an artifact of people not generally thinking in 3 dimensions. Think StarTrek TV series vs StarTrek Wrath of Kahn, or Wile E Koyote even.
(Which reminds me of another rant about the US Math and Sciences teachings… you can’t use the word Kite in a Texas public school textbook?!?)
So the latest round of doomsday theories discusses the concept of a ‘galactic superwave’. Nicely pseudo-debunked here.
You’ll notice the name of the star at the galactic center,(which I find strange since I’m rather fond of the theory that a supermassive blackhole sits at the center of every galaxy, kind of like the bubble gum at the center of a tootsie pop)… Alcyone. And the official name of the Subaru SVX, as per Subaru, Japan?
So... all I have to do is fill my car with tootsie pops, and the answers will be revealed. Who knew?
Well, LaViolette is clearly off his rocker. Note that page seems to discredit him, yet is copyrighted by him. Maybe he's just too clever for me. Turns out there is a super-massive black hole at the MilkyWay center, named Sagittarius A. Which I find amazingly apropos since my last SO was a Sag. Life sucking beastie indeed.
To sum up, I'm wondering where the jets of hawking radiation from Sag A are radiating. Anyone know? Any chance we could be about to cross one of those jets?
Nah, they probably wouldn't affect us this far out, and what are the odds that they point at us, we're in the disk, they must be perpendicular to the galactic plane. Wonder if anyone has confirmed that. In the meantime, I'll start pouring the foundation on my bunker.