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This sounds like the plot to a bad science fiction story. Its most recent promoter is the Colombian New Age author V. Joaquin Enrique Amortegui Valbuena, If you want to enjoy the BS by yourself, the book is sent for free.


It’s not that they have a great choice of actions — it’s either that, or claiming that there are multiple incoming planets. The latter may be too much to swallow even for the most gullible among their followers. The less one talks about the life that could develop in a planet so big, the better.

He uses just a couple of pages to talk about Hercowhatever, its effects, and to insult scientists, and changes subject to this. In the s and s, some astronomers believed that they have detected planets in orbit around it, but this plaanet later refuted. See the Wikipedia article for details.

It’s embedded on the front page of http: Said volume would mean it’s as large as Jupiter. Still, WTF wth the size? Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit Fossil record.

Hercolubus Or Red Planet

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