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Wandering star and brown dwarf

A new science report about Scholz’s star has suggested it to have passed relatively close to our solar system just 70,000 years ago.

Theories based on the Electric Universe theory and how our solar system was created have suggested and are built on the idea that either a wandering star or wandering planet came close or into our solar system and disrupted it. Creating a chaotic solar system and planets, much like the ancient civilizations describe.

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We combine velocity measurements for the recently discovered, nearby, low-mass binary system WISE J072003.20-084651.2 (“Scholz’s star”) to calculate its past trajectory. Integrating the Galactic orbits of this ~0.15 M⊙ binary system and the Sun, we find that the binary passed within only 52+23−14 kAU (0.25+0.11−0.07 pc) of the Sun 70+15−10 kya (1σ uncertainties), i.e., within the outer Oort Cloud. This is the closest known encounter of a star to our solar system with a well-constrained distance and velocity. Previous work suggests that flybys within 0.25 pc occur infrequently (~0.1 Myr−1). We show that given the low mass and high velocity of the binary system, the encounter was dynamically weak.

Using the best available astrometry, our simulations suggest that the probability that the star penetrated the outer Oort Cloud is ~98%, but the probability of penetrating the dynamically active inner Oort Cloud (<20 kAU) is ~10−4. While the flyby of this system likely caused negligible impact on the flux of long-period comets, the recent discovery of this binary highlights that dynamically important Oort Cloud perturbers may be lurking among nearby stars. The Closest Known Flyby of a Star to the Solar System

Saturnian Solar System

The main proponents of the EU theory who run the thunderbolts site propose that the Earth was part of the Saturn Configuration and that the Earth was in Saturns plasmasphere. This gave us the mythical Golden Age.

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Due to an event our planet was expelled from Saturns electric plasma environment, ending the Golden Age and bringing on a Doomsday like event. This was our solar system cosmogony, beginning, formation.

The after effects were that planet Earth was no longer the paradise it was and we had to work hard to live. Much like the Garden of Eden myth in the Old Testament part of the Bible.

The object, a red dwarf known as Scholz’s star, cruised through the outer reaches of the Solar System – a region known as the Oort Cloud. Scholz’s star was not alone; it was accompanied on its travels by an object known as a brown dwarf.
Alien star system buzzed the Sun

Hostless stars and their planets

The study CONFIRMATION OF HOSTLESS TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE USING HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE IMAGING (pdf) suggests more evidence for wandering stars (hostless stars) and their accompany planets. That could of course harbour life.

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Sharp images obtained by the Hubble Space Telescope confirm that three supernovae discovered several years ago exploded in the dark emptiness of intergalactic space, having been flung from their home galaxies millions or billions of years earlier.

Most supernovae are found inside galaxies containing hundreds of billions of stars, one of which might explode per century per galaxy.

These lonely supernovae, however, were found between galaxies in three large clusters of several thousand galaxies each. The stars’ nearest neighbors were probably 300 light years away, nearly 100 times farther than our sun’s nearest stellar neighbor, Proxima Centauri, 4.24 light years distant.

… While stars and supernovae typically reside in galaxies, galaxies situated in massive clusters experience gravitational forces that wrench away about 15 percent of the stars, according to a recent survey. The clusters have so much mass, though, that the displaced stars remain gravitationally bound within the sparsely populated intracluster regions.
Exiled stars explode far from home

And could those images that are to far away to be associated with it perhaps be part of the image if red shift theory is wrong?

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