Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Is there a tenth planet in our solar system yet to be found ( and Pluto is a planet, dammit!)?

New evidence suggests there might be.  It was unexplained perturbations in the orbits of the known planets that led us to Pluto, after all ( the actual ninth planet, no matter what the pointy heads say).

Reminds me of Isaac Azimov's book "Nightfall."


  1. There are a number of Kuiper Belt Objects out there that while not "planets", are roughly the size of Pluto -- this would be much larger apparently.

    By the way, I still consider Pluto a planet.