do you feel the influence of sirius? is it good or bad? what about sirius b?
Sirius black? A good character like him, and I feel he shouldn't have been killed.
That star is almost nine light years away. How do you suppose it can influence anything here on Earth?
Why doesn't Sirius move with the other stars in the precession of the equinoxes?
Do you have an answer, or are you here to annoy me?
If you really wanted an answer you would have posted that in science forum, wouldn't you?
This isn't a question of science. It's metaphysics.
If it is about planetary and celestial body movements, then it is astronomy not the idle nonsense of of philosophy.
Planetary mechanics has everything to do with philosophy.
If you insist.
Did you mean philosophy has everything to do with planetary mechanics?
Planetary mechanics is studied in astronomy.
And metaphysics deals with the relation between nonexistent things. Surely sirius exists and is a binary star.
And metaphysically speaking, yes sirius do affect some people's life. The good and bad depends on yhe person and type of influence.
...i don't like xm...not enough good satellites in Canada...sirius is good...
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