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Many of you out there have questions concerning the 12th planet and its orbital distance to the Earth. To begin, we will discuss some of the features of the 12th planet. Its natural form occurs when the planet is floating slowly between our Sun and its dark companion close to the mid point. The 12th planet system is similar in size to Uranus and has a ring system surrounding the planet like Saturn. These series of rings rotate along the equatorial plane, and is composed of mostly red iron oxide dust and assorted small sized meteors. It's moons scattered about the sky, would rise and set at different intervals during the day. This would not be the case when the 12th planet is on the move. Instead, all the moons would rise above the horizon of a rotating 12th planet approximately at the same time, while they are trailing behind the planet. The moons line up in a wobbly row of cascading dim globes, that dance about a gold tinted red sky of perpetual daylight.

There is a phenomena of continuous light and self heating occurring on the 12th planet, which is not unusual in the universe. Light on the 12th planet is produced by the same process occurring in our Sun. It is in the core of the 12th planet that the differences arise. In our Sun, the smaller proportion heavy elements to hydrogen fuel present in the core allows the fusion process to proceed at a rate where the energy produced overwhelms its mass, resulting in a solar mass that lights. On the 12th planet, the fusion process is dampened to a slow burn by a larger proportion of heavy elements to hydrogen fuel. Both being similar to the process of adding or removing control rods in a nuclear reactor to control the rate of reaction. The energy released from the fusion process occurring in the 12th planet, is absorbed by the magma flowing near the core. In its excited state, the magma moves towards the surface and is exposed to the surface environment through immense fissures in the crust. Most of these fissures are located under the oceans, which cover over 80% of the planet's surface. As the matter in the magma moves from an excited down to a normalmode, energy is released in the form of light, the majority of which is near the red end of the spectrum.

The internal heat produced by the 12th planet is a by product of molecular activity set in motion by the fusion reaction in the core. The liquid core of the 12th planet, always trying to find a state of equilibrium, is constantly in motion. The rapid movement of molecules inside the 12th planet is lubricated by subatomic particles. These particles mankind observes as heat. The heat particles flowing under the crust, rises through the land masses and sea floors radiating evenly throughout the planet's surface. Even though the land and water absorb heat at different rates, the constant flow of heat particles from the core of the 12th planet, results in the oceans and all land masses maintaining the same even temperature. These temperature variances near the surface atmosphere are minimal. The flow of wind currents on the 12th planet are different, than here on Earth. On Earth, subatomic heat particles emanating from the Sun are carried to this planet via the solar wind. These heat particles strike the Earth at varying intensities depending on location. Once absorbed by the surface of the planet, heat is radiated at different rates from the land and water, creating currents of air that flow at different rates and directions across the surface of our planet Earth to compensate for pressure inequalities in the atmosphere. On the 12th planet, the even surface heating create atmospheric drafts flowing in an up and down motion. The exterior of the 12th planet warms the surface air. As the warm surface air rises, cool air in the upper atmosphere falls to take its place. A breeze, normal here on Earth, blowing across the surface of the planet, is almost non existent.

Finally, the 12th planet has a permanent diffused appearance due to Two factors: First, the passage of the light through the depths of the oceans, and second, the artificial dispersion of gold isotopes in the atmosphere. These gold isotopes, with qualities of high density and reflectivity, alter the properties of the 12th planet's atmosphere. While floating in a dust like particulate, they reflect and scatter heat and light back to the planet's surface, thus a form of energy conservation. Similar to how cloud cover retards heat loss on Earth from escaping into space. If one could stand on the surface of the 12th planet and peer into the heavens, the vision he would behold, would shimmer with what seems like an infinite amount of subtle golden tinted red sparkles pasted about the pastel red sky.

Offered by Brent.