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Another “Exoplanet” Orbiting the Invisible Star “Proxima Centauri”

With genetic entropy, almost all of the Earth’s population now have inferior intelligence and they will buy and believe anything that the atheist astrologers try to sell us. The latest “discovery” is perhaps the most ridiculous yet. By combining the make-belief “data” from cosmology, tellyscopes, luminosity measurements and calculus, they have now “determined” that there is an “exoplanet” orbiting the closest star to our Sun, Proxima centauri!

We’ll soon assess this implausible claim and bust this myth of an exoplanet once and for good!

Yes, there is a new planet. Yes, it’s only slightly more massive than Earth. Yes, it’s in Proxima Centauri’s habitable zone, meaning there’s a potential for liquid water to exist on its surface.
The long-sought world … orbits its cool red parent star every 11 days and has a temperature suitable for liquid water to exist on its surface. This rocky world is a little more massive than the Earth and is the closest exoplanet to us — and it may also be the closest possible abode for life outside the solar system.

They have even taken “photographs” of this alleged planet:

Now, let us examine their “evidence”!

1. No-one has ever seen this star called Proxima centauri. It is invisible!

Proxima, of 11th magnitude, is a red dwarf star.As seen from Earth, the system is the fourth brightest star (after Sirius, Canopus, and Arcturus); the red dwarf Proxima is invisible

2. The whole concept of “Proxima centauri” is racist! A “red dwarf”, when you could be a bit more polite and refer to it as “vertically challenged Native American”! However, that would not save the day as even with their notorious stamina, Native Americans would not survive the conditions close to the Firmament (Genesis 1:6).

3. An invisible vertically challenged star with an even smaller “planet” – thus also invisible. Now we have two invisible objects, the existence of which we’re supposed to believe based on hearsay and some ancient texts. No object can be reliable if it cannot be seen! Please, ask your atheist acquaintances who promote this story the following question:

Were you there?

  • If they weren’t or if they claim and lie that they were there, you can dismiss them! Do not believe in the invisible things! Demand eyewitness testimony at all times!

Only when we have reliable ancient texts can we believe in the unseen! In our case, regarding True Christian™ Faith, we do have reliable eyewitness testimony, that of God and His Scribes!

Colossians 1:15
Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature:

Verily, God was made visible by His Revelation as Jesus who is God (John 10:30). We can always trust God in His magnificence and in Jesus Christ!

1 Timothy 1:17
Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen.

Does THIS look reliable to you? Of course NOT! It isn’t!

What about THIS!? It is about Jesus! Yes, We can Trust Him™!

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MitzaLizalor (06-09-2016 12:40 PM): http://images.techtimes.com/data/images/full/65245/luke-skywalker-on-tatooine.jpgJust what exactly is that maniac doing ! ? ! ? ? ! ! :bad: I know those wretches have very restricted imaginations but ...
ILikeGod'sMeme (23-12-2016 03:56 AM): With genetic entropy, almost all of the Earth's population now have inferior intelligence and they will buy and believe anything that the atheist astrologers try to sell us. The latest "discovery" is perhaps ...
ILikeGod'sMeme (23-12-2016 05:04 AM): also the title doesn't make sense. the planet in question isn't invisible because it has been observed by telescopes. If something is observable, then it isn't invisible. Or is there something I'm getting ...
Elmer G. White (23-12-2016 06:28 AM): Um sorry but how is using a telescope and mathematics to calculate and observe objects from Earth "make believe data"? I'm christian btw, and shouldn't humans be encouraged to use observation to see what ...
ILikeGod'sMeme (27-12-2016 04:23 AM): Ok so the planet in question is invisible. But how can we take a photograph of something that is invisible (camera's used on satellites are designed to capture photos of physical objects, and if an object ...
Elmer G. White (27-12-2016 04:48 AM): Ok so the planet in question is invisible. But how can we take a photograph of something that is invisible (camera's used on satellites are designed to capture photos of physical objects, and if an object ...
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