Kevin Heckle (26 Aug 2011)
"Dear Grace - RE: "Dwarf Stars Near the Sun", really?"


Dear Grace,

You titled your link as “Dwarf Stars Near the Sun” as if to imply several are within striking distance of earth.  You took one phrase from about the 9th paragraph to imply our solar system could be swarming with dwarf stars, therefore Planet X/Niburu has validation.  Right? Quoting the article about cold bodied stars (as cool as the human body) they were found between 9 and 40 light years away!  The closest burning STAR to our sun is Proxima Centauri which is only 4 light years away.  

Isn’t it amazing that astronomers can take pictures of a 98*F brown dwarf some 40 light years away, yet the gigantic one (Niburu) that is about to collide with earth, still remains invisible to the thousands of us amateur and professional astronomers.  (Psss. I gotta go, the Planet X Gestapo made me say that.  It’s coming – run for the hills)  <=>__<o>                                                                                                                   

Seriously, there is no brown dwarf star inside our solar system, threatening earth.


In Christ,

Kevin Heckle