March 21st, 2016
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Thomas Dolby - She blinded me with science.
Warning: Scientific Quote below
SwRI’s Randy Gladstone of San Antonio is the lead author of the Science paper on atmospheric findings.
Scientists also are analyzing the first close-up images of Pluto’s small moons—Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra. [….] Mission scientists further observed that the small satellites have highly anomalous rotation rates and uniformly unusual pole orientations, as well as icy surfaces with brightness and colors distinctly different from those of Pluto and Charon.
Let me see If I understand this, Nix has colors that look distinctly different from those of Pluto and Charon,
Do the above red colored icebergs look distinctly different than Nix?
Is there something wrong with my eyes. Do I need to see an optometrist or does Nix look distinctly like icebergs on Pluto?
Doctor, Doctor Give Me the News.
Here's Hydra along with a fragment that landed softly enough back onto Charon to maintain its shape.
They look distinctly similar to me.
Excuse me, I have to leave now,
I've got a doctors appointment.
I need to have my eyes checked.
I'm back now.
The doctor assures me, it's me.
As he put it, Doctors and Scientist are always right so you can rest assured your eyes are deceiving you.
You are getting sleepy very sleepy when I snap my finger you won't remember a thing just believe it all.
Whew, glad to find out its just me.
I'm reprogrammed now to believe whatever I'm told by any official and I can stop trusting my own thoughts and resources.
I came up with the odd ratio of 134 to 1 by adding 127 moons plus the two lobes of 67P and Hydra along with Pluto/Charon and finally the 2 rocky inner planets without moons to our one example of Earth/Moon collision.
That math works for me, this page is about weird science after all.
I'm going to take on this Pluto Charon collision theory on page 19.