Hollywood been trying to warn us of Planet X Tyche or ‘tycus’?
Tycus is a 1998 direct-to-video movie and It has been released in 2000 in the United Kingdom, France and the United States.
In 1989, astronomer Dr. Peter Crawford discovers a comet on a collision with Earth. He reports his findings to the council, but they think it is a joke and refuse to listen to him. Ten years later the comet, now called Tycus, is rapidly closing on the Earth. But Tycus is not on a collision course with the Earth; Tycus is going to impact the moon. If Tycus does impact the moon, it will be shattered and the fragments will be pulled in by Earth’s gravity.
Dr. Crawford begins the construction of a vast city ( read: bunkers ) located under the Sierra Mountains. His city would provide a safe haven for a few people ( read: Elite ) who would become the beginning of the new age after the catastrophe.
Tycus then smashes into the moon, shattering it. The debris starts to rain down to Earth. The fragments obliterate every major city in the world: Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Moscow… Human civilization is wiped out…
The title ‘Tycus’ of this 1998 film is almost identical to ‘Tyche’ the nickname given to a hypothesized gas giant planet located in the Solar System’s Oort cloud, first proposed in 1999 by astronomer John Matese of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette but Scientists have known about this planet Tyche since 1983.
It is possible that the film industry will be notified on catastrophic events and is ordered to make a movie about? It seems possible as we must not forget that up to 75 percent of the budgets of various sci-fi movies, disaster movies are financed by the Pentagon.
It is possible that this film was actually the first warning, followed by other disaster movies like ‘Deep Impact’ and ‘2012’ or is this movie just an ordinary science fiction film with a random story?
Tyche (Τύχη, meaning “fortune” or “luck” in Greek) was the Greek goddess of fortune and prosperity. The name was chosen to avoid confusion with an earlier similar hypothesis that the Sun has a dim companion named Nemesis, whose gravity triggers influxes of comets into the inner Solar System, leading to mass-extinctions on Earth. Tyche was the name of the “good sister” of Nemesis.
Tycus > Tyche > Elenin?
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