2017-04-05 17:16:11 UTC
In January 2016, Brown and fellow Caltech astronomer, Konstantin Batygin, *proposed* the existence of Planet Nine,
a major planet between the size of Earth and Neptune. The two astronomers gave a recorded interview in which they
described their method and reasoning for *proposing* Planet 9 on January 20, 2016.
In 2010 Brown published a memoir of his discoveries and surrounding family life, How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming.
Now, this guy
Caltech Professor of Planetary Astronomy Mike Brown
is strange to me...
It appears to me some kind of...obbession with planets with the number...9.
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The question I have is...Who really killed Pluto? Who really murdered Pluto??
"Whoa! Pluto's dead," said astronomer Mike Brown, of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, as he
watched a Webcast of the vote. "There are finally, officially, eight planets in the solar system."
Did Mike Brown voted, Yes or No?
That is the Key here...if Mike Brown *didn't vote, he did not kill Pluto. If he did voted to kill Pluto, then
he killed Pluto.
So the question is, Was Mike Brown one of the voters who removed Pluto wiped from the map?
Now, Mike Brown was in Pasadena California watching for hours the Webcast vote in Prague.
So, it appears to me...he didn't voted.
Something strange is going on here....
there is more to this than meets the eye..
My analysis is, Mike Brown said he discovered a 10th planet, Xena.
Praque (IUA)The International Astronomical Union said "Fuck you, you didn't discovered anything!"
then Mike Brown said, "Fuck you motherfuckers, I'll find another BIGGER planet!!!"
This is not Science, this is personal.
Mike Brown is going to spend the rest of his life trying to kick the IUA ass.
then he writes a book: How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming.
His next book? How I Killed IUA and Why It they Had It Coming.