In case you believe that your mobile phone Apple or Android can't be hacked by the 'authorities' then you are hopelessly naive. Ever heard of a backdoor?
Via the media you are told that your privacy is taken away from you and of course you won't protest because you probably think it is safer that way. Now 'authority' Snowden confirms that it IS possible for governmental agencies to hack which is nothing more than rubbing it in.
Ushering in Planet X by re-branding it Planet 9. Notice how the pictures provided in both articles are nothing more than artistic renderings which is typical for space agency 'photos'. On top of that are the titles of articles linked below a clue that it is not certain at all that this Planet 9 would be real.
The first title is: 'Ninth Planet' MAY exist in solar system: US scientists. May?! Define may:
modal verb: may
1.expressing possibility."that may be true"
How about DOES exist if it is so certain.
The second title is Scientists: GOOD evidence for 9th planet in solar system. Define good:
adjective: good; comparative adjective: better; superlative adjective: best
1.to be desired or approved of."it's good that he's back to his old self"
Does the alleged existence of Planet 9 has your approval? In 'science' one would expect a term like irrefutable or absolute, don't you think?
Don't fall for it, I mean religiously believing that technology is the answer to our own created problems in spite of it sounding sensible and attractive. The so called progression via technology is an illusory one and it will lead to transhumanism.
The world lacks love and care,...NOT 'better' technology.
Yeah, yeah, yeah..and the moon attracts oceans (but not lakes) but at same 'time' the earth can't attract the moon, how does that even make any sense?
If you agree to the terms and conditions of so called scientists you are bound by the laws that science presupposes. Mind you that in the definition of presupposition there is 'uncertainty' for it is a belief of some sort. Study basic contract law to grasp how your thoughts/speech relates to matter; how agreement is analogues to signing a contract.