Revealed: sultry Sedna's sizzling secrets

Forget Planet X, bring on Planet Sex

It's good to see that the UK media is straight on the case analysing exactly how the identification of distant planet Sedna will benefit humanity.

And the award for the most enlightening discovery goes to the Sun's Mystic Meg for this sizzling revelation:

"Sedna - named after the Inuit goddess of the sea who is said to have created life in the Arctic Ocean - will mean many months of study for stargazers before they can work out its precise influence on life on Earth.

"But the early signs are looking good for nookie."

Phwoooar! This really is good news for those who needed at bit more ooomph in the bedroom department. Of course, Meg's not just making this up - there's good astrological reasoning at work here:

"I believe this new planet will open our minds and hearts to a new way of living. It is a chance for harmony to replace hostility.

"And because this planet’s nearest neighbour is the sex-master planet Pluto, it gives Sedna a great deal of passion power, too, but of a more silky, subtle, tantalising kind because this planet, named after the goddess, is more female."

Harmony and luuurv? Bring it on. ®

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