- Dwarf Planet Discovery Could Help Show Life's Spread Through Solar System
NASA believes there could be lots of space objects (moon and earth size planets) out there (on the fringes of this solar system). NASA has no idea how they got there or what they are or made of or what purpose they might serve (In NASA's defence, they are truly clueless of most of the facts concerning "everything"). NASA postulates several theories in this article about where planets and other strange objects originated from but miss the target by light years and are nowhere near even an inkling to reality. These solar objects "all" came out of the sun (and some of the planets), which has been belching, birthing freakish material into the solar system and beyond for a long long time (as I have been saying for a long time). All these "planets" and other things, regardless of size have life on them (as NASA is starting to realize...with some apprehension). Some of that life came preexisting with no natural biological tags or crosshairs for understanding. The kind of life that most humans would not enjoy making acquaintance with, I might add. Me be pitching a book that has yet to be written, NEVER!
On March 26, researchers announced the discovery of 2012 VP133, an estimated 280-mile wide (450-kilometer) object that lies just beyond the Kuiper Belt of icy objects that swarm outside of Neptune's orbit.