Nibiru on Live Fox5 News! (Video) Part 2

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  1. The Global Warming on Pluto Puzzles Scientists (see Special Reports, SUV’s On Jupiter? – Solar System Warming, Are humans responsible for climate change on the outer reaches of the solar system, or is it the sun? (2006 11 17-



  1. the Global Warming Detected on Triton, one of the Neptune’s satellites, 28 June 1998 :


    • […] At least since 1989, Triton has been undergoing a period of global warming,” confirms astronomer James Elliot, professor of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “Percentage-wise, it’s a very large increase.”


  1. the Global Warming on Mars reported in the NASA JPL article “MOC Observes Changes in the South Polar Cap: Evidence for Recent Climate Change on Mars”, MGS MOC Release No. MOC2-297, 6 December 2001:


    • […] New MGS Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) images have provided a startling observation: The residual martian south polar cap is changing. The fact that it is changing suggests that Mars may have major, global climate changes that are occurring on the same time scales as Earth’s most recent climate shifts, including the last Ice Age. MOC images of the south polar cap taken in 1999 were compared with images of the same locations taken in 2001, and it was discovered that pits had enlarged, mesas had shrunk, and small buttes had vanished.


  1. the New Storm on Jupiter Hints at Climate Change, by Sara Goudarzi, Staff Writer, posted: 04 May 2006 , 01:00 pm ET

A storm is brewing half a billion miles away and in a rare event, astronomers get to watch it closely. Jupiter is growing a new red spot and the Hubble Space Telescope is photographing the scene. Backyard astronomers have been following the action, too. “Red Spot Jr.” as it is being called, formed after three white oval-shaped storms—two of which were at least 90 years old—merged between 1998 and 2000.


  1. the huge hurricane on Saturn, visible in the images acquired on October 11, 2006, by the Cassini spacecraft (NASA-ESA-ASI); the news was reported in the weeks of Autumn by the media, included the BBC:


    • A hurricane-like storm, two-thirds the diameter of Earth, is raging at Saturn’s South Pole, new images from NASA’s Cassini space probe reveal. Measuring 5,000 miles (8,000km) across, the storm is the first hurricane ever detected on a planet other than Earth. Scientists say the storm has the eye and eye-wall clouds characteristic of a hurricane and its winds are swirling clockwise at 350mph (550km/h) […] “We’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s a spectacular-looking storm”

– Michael Flasar, NASA astrophysicist 

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