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Interesting Change of Season Length

The Northern Hemisphere gets longer summers and shorter winters for the next couple of thousand years. This is a good thing, as it can help keep the North Pole melted and the Ice Age Glacial away. Continue reading

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Sizing and Placing Nemisis

How close, and how big would a companion “dark star” have to be to give us a 24,000 year orbital period? Continue reading

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Who orbits whom?

Who orbits whom? Are we part of a binary star system? Have a large planet far away? Or are we part of a larger collection of stars in mutual orbit of whom, or what? Continue reading

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