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It certainly wouldn't be out of the question for our sun to have a companion star. Such binary systems seem to be very common throughout the galaxy. If it's true, then perhaps Sirius sometimes perturbs the Oort cloud, causing comets to hurtle into the inner solar system and bringing disaster to the planets they encounter.

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Sirius was once where the sun now is 399 Atlantida 06-Dec-00 22:47
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 167 Barbara 07-Dec-00 00:18
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 228 Rickoshay 07-Dec-00 17:32
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 164 Barbara 07-Dec-00 18:04
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 161 Rickoshay 07-Dec-00 19:51
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 209 Rickoshay 08-Dec-00 17:46
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 177 Atlantida 09-Dec-00 18:28
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 170 Barbara 09-Dec-00 18:43
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 207 Rickoshay 09-Dec-00 20:44
RE: Sirius was once where the sun now is 218 Mia Z. 12-Dec-00 17:33
What do you mean idiots? 219 Scanda 07-Dec-00 08:49
RE: What do you mean idiots? 215 Barbara 07-Dec-00 16:14
RE: What do you mean idiots? 195 laura 07-Dec-00 17:02
RE: What do you mean idiots? 195 Symeon 07-Dec-00 22:09


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