A documentary I saw mentioned the possibility of a large planet being ejected from the solar system when it was forming. Is it possible that an ejected planet, which passed through the Kuiper Belt then left the system, could have caused the tilt of the objects that Batygin and Brown found?
I don’t believe it was said that the ‘breaking’ only propagates at the speed of light. My understanding of particles and mass is that particles without mass are always travel at the speed of light in a vacuum. Particles with mass cannot travel that fast.
I think you’re cherry picking a little here. The three paragraphs below that illustration all need to be read together. He actually addressed what you’re asking:
“…won’t apply in the context of every theory, like relativity and quantum mechanics.”
I think there was some misunderstandings on why I commented what I originally commented, and that understanding may have clouded your responses. I actually think we have a similar picture of reality. I’m left wondering if you assumed I was on the attack with my first comments. I was only trying to add to the conversation. My intention was not to…
Again with the red herring. Again straight to defending guns. The article is about star trek, not gun control. He told no lies. He certainly didn’t make his position clear in one sentence. You adamantly claiming otherwise doesn’t change the words he used and said, or his intention. Again, you’re just picking a fight that doesn’t need to be picked here.
I’m 37. I wrote 3 paragraphs with examples. You’ve made a blanket statement. Please expand your opinion using examples as well. I would love to know, in all seriousness, where my statements don’t meet reality.
C’mon man, you can’t tell he was purposefully vague because this wasn’t an article about guns? If you’re a regular reader, you know Ethan’s articles are well thought out. I’m sure if he wanted to make this about that, you’d see 20 paragraphs of well thought out pros and cons on the situation.