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Pluto May Be The Force

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Posted by Lam Chek Yeow on December 7, 2001 06:26:12 UTC

Although there is the truth of saying that pluto is not enough to pull the two planets off the orbits of the sun as the 'substance' is not there to pull the planets off orbits. what 'if' pluto can?'IF' pluto is a core of a brown star at its last stage of its life-span when sun is in its prototype stage, this may explain the 'gas' planets of the solar system, and why jupiter is not able to become a star, as for its orbit i like ask what'if' the pluto gain energy and polarity,causing the pluto to 'attract' towards the sun causing and oval orbit? I'm not sure,but i need suggestions.

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