posted on May, 28 2015 @ 09:08 PM
originally posted by: tothetenthpower
As funny as that was meant to be, technically no.
Voyager2 is the more likely candidate to find that if it continues to broadcast once it reaches the end of th Sun's gravity influence and enters the
Oort cloud. Although it's far more likely to get destroyed before that lol
That's if it is even located in the area where Voyager1 and 2 headed after slinging around Jupiter and Saturn, which was towards Neptune on their way
out of our solar system. There are various other directions that we have no idea about what exists, unfathomable multiple directions.
You know Tenth, I remember as a kid I thought of the Solar system as existing in a straight line, I didn't comprehend the science of planets orbiting
the Sun. I just thought you went a certain direction and passed them all one by one. Anyone else ever think like that as a kid? I cant be the only
Also, it would have to physically exist lol Which it doesn't.
Yeah I agree, at least when it is given the "Nibiru" label, but there could be a Planet X out there somewhere, but there could be anything out there
once you get to a certain distance away.
As far as the Sumerian stuff, I think maybe it could have been a meteorite hitting the planet back then, or possibly when an earlier Planet broke up
between Jupiter and Mars which remains now as only the Asteroid belt. Could be what eventually destroyed Mars atmosphere.
I do believe that the Earth suffered something catastrophic back when the Dinosaurs roamed the Earth though, and it was probably from something
massive creating that crater hole in the Mexican Yucatan. I think the Moon possibly broke off during that time, just a thought.
It's all just my own personal assumptions, but I believe they are pretty good ones. ~$heopleNation