|I propose we call them New Alderaan and Pluto 2: The Revenge.|
|Way to go astronomy...|
Now brace yourself as I try and sum up something I only sort of understand: De la Fuente's team analyzed the the motion of trans-neptunian objects (space rocks floating out past Neptune) whose crazy, elliptical orbits seem to suggest that something large and planet-like, say, like a planet or two, is exerting a gravitational influence on them. Still with me?
|Or possibly that Unicron's coming, although they admit it's a long shot.|
|Or maybe it's like discovering your dad|
has a secret Canadian family. A Canadian
family with 2-15 times the mass of...forget it.
|My Very Educated Mother Just Served|
Us Nachos, Not Any...uh, Pluto 2...The-uh-
hey, back off, it's just a rough draft...
Like, I know it's kind of bunk to begin with, but you can't just throw two more planets into the mix, can you? I mean, for the horoscope fans out there, this has got to be the equivalent of archaeologists digging up a couple new commandments or something.