Brown dwarf star in our solar system

Michael Breen

Brown Dwarf star in our solar system orbiting around the Sun.

It’s Friday afternoon and I’m winding down from the work week by surfing my usual news sites when I came across the headline Earth under attack from Death Star. Well that piqued my attention, so I click on the link and check it out. These were words that jumped out at me immediately – “The brown dwarf star (five times the size of Jupiter), which scientists have named Nemesis is believed to be orbiting around our sun”. Wow, now that’s news. A brown dwarf star in our solar system huh? That’s a bit of a game changer. So now we are living a binary star system? That’s taking duality to another level. I’ve linked to all the relevant content if you’re unfamiliar with this, but many of you might react in a similar way to me.


The Binary Research Institute is an organisation in the US that has been studying the effects on earth from the precession of the equinox. They have spent a great deal of time and money researching the binary solar system theory – Brown Dwarf and all. I highly recommend you checking it out for yourself.


On 21st December 2012 at 11:11am GMT the sun will align perfectly with the galactic plane (or equator) of the Milky Way galaxy. Essentially the sun will fill the eye of the galaxy. This event, according to the ancient Mayan civilisation, represents the end of one age and the beginning of another, while astrologers are referring to this event as the Cardinal T-square. At the same time the earth’s wobble will position our planet in such a way where the north node pole will be directly aimed towards the sign of Capricorn at zero degrees – the Age of Aquarius? There’s just so much going on at this time in the heavens that can’t be ignored. Brown Dwarf or not, things could get interesting.


Brown dwarf star in our solar system | Michael Breen | Karmic Ecology.


Strange Phenomena with Sunrise and Sunset This Time of Year

Dec 10, 2011; 11:03 PM ET

I love and am fascinated by nature, weather, animals…basically anything associated with so called “Mother Earth”. Something that caught my eye recently is how, around this time of year, the sunrise continues to get later each day while the sunset time does not change nearly as much.

Here are the next five days of sunrise and sunset times here in State College, PA:

Sunrise: Sunset:

Sat. Dec. 10th- 7:24 a.m. 4:43 p.m.

Sun. Dec. 11th- 7:25 a.m. 4:44 p.m.

Mon. Dec. 12th- 7:26 a.m. 4:44 p.m.

Tue. Dec. 13th- 7:27 a.m. 4:44 p.m.

Wed. Dec. 14th- 7:28 a.m. 4:44 p.m.

Notice that even though we have not reached the winter solstice, the sunsets are already getting later.

We all know that the shortest day of the year is the day of the winter solstice, usually Dec, 21. It seems reasonable that the latest sunrise and earliest sunset would both occur on the shortest day. But it’s not so; the earliest sunset is generally a couple of weeks earlier and the latest sunrise is generally a couple of weeks later.

What explains this peculiarity? Why doesn’t the shortest day have the earliest sunset and latest sunrise?

The time of day when the sun reaches its highest point in the sky is called solar noon. The period from one solar noon to the next is called the solar day. One solar day is the time it takes for the sun to return to its highest point in the sky.

The length of the solar day is not constant through the year. Near the winter and summer solstices the solar day is more than 24 hours long, and near the spring and fall equinoxes it’s less than 24 hours long. So solar noon rarely occurs exactly at clock noon, it’s sometimes before and sometimes after. The critical point is this: near the solstices, solar noon occurs at a slightly later time each day because the solar day is more than 24 hours.

Now the time from solar noon to sunset doesn’t change very much near the winter solstice. Therefore, since solar noon is a little later each day, sunset (even assuming the exact same day length) is also a little later each day. And if sunset is a little later each day, the sunrise (again assuming the same day length) is also a bit later.

Obviously, this time of year the day length is not the same, it is getting shorter each day. If we had a “natural” clock, based on the sun (which is impractical in the modern world), then the sunrises would be getting later while the sunsets get earlier, thus resulting in less sunlight each day until the solstice. However, the “lag” caused by our clock not matching up with the sun causes the imbalance in the sunrise and sunset times. The days are getting shorter, just that we are getting the shorter days because the sunset times are later each day in magnitude than magnitude of the sunrises also getting later.

For example, if the sunset times are earlier each day by 60 seconds, and the sunrise later by only 30 seconds, we are still losing 30 seconds of day length each day.

via – Astronomy | Strange Phenomena with Sunrise and Sunset This Time of Year.

Earth Shifted 30 Degrees South in a few days, Poleshift Oct 24 2011 Halifax NS Canada

Uploaded by sumstuff46 on Oct 24, 2011

(Update: Nov 3 2011, The sun is rising further to the south and accelerating daily, when or if the sun starts rising in the south i’m heading for the hills)

About 3 weeks ago i was watching the sun come up East SE, within a few days it was coming up hard SE approximately 30 degrees south of east, i know it can shift 24 degrees S and N in 6 months but to shift 30 degrees almost overnight to the south, cmon man this is unheard of, i went to canadas the weather network and talked about it, all i got was did you use a compass, then the explanation of the equinox, etc, they had an answer for everything, reading from data on their screens, but they had no explanation for what has just happened and what is happening, in other word they were playing dumb or just are dumb, playing dumb pays well 😦

Anyway, i’ve been getting up with the sun everyday the last few years and seeing the sun rising lately so far off in the south just blew my mind, everyone should document the sunrise, don’t need a compass just your eyeballs and common sense, seems the common sense is hard to find nowadays, damn pharma zombies

BLOGGER COMMENT: I have observed this recently too. As of November 27, 2011 in upstate New York the sun should be rising East South East (ESE) but definitely appears (with my “eyeballs and common sense” as our Canadian friend says) very near to “hard” South East (SE).

Anyone may check the direction his/her sunrise should be on a handy table at the Astronomy Answers’ AstronomyAnswerBook: The Position of the Sun: Tables page. Scroll down a little or use Ctrl+F (Find) the phrase “Table 6” (without quotation marks) called “Compass Direction of Sunrise for Days and Latitudes” and with this handy tool at a site called “Get Lat Lon” you can find your latitude and use the table to see what direction sunrise should occur in your location.

via Earth Shifted 30 Degrees South in a few days, WHAT !! Poleshift Oct 24 2011 Halifax NS Can – YouTube.