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originally posted by: visitedbythem
We dont know. No one in here does. Many inflated egos. Im the son of a genius scientist, and he doesnt know
originally posted by: Redlisted[h2]Is 'Climate Change' Just A Cover For Nibiru?[/h2]
originally posted by: Soylent Green Is People
originally posted by: shadownninja
I think the pole shift is what is causing climate shift.
I think nibiru will arrive after this event.
How far away is it right now? Why can't we see it?
now images of a second sun are appearing like wildfire all over the internet.
that show that if there were a large planetary body that flies through the inner solar system every 3600 years, the orbits of the planets could not be as they are.
originally posted by: Revolution9
a reply to: Redlisted
Like the "Melancholia" film. Watch that film if you ever get the time.
It is humans causing the climate change. It is a carbon problem. It is very real and it is already having an impact. The sad thing is that if we changed our behaviour the earth would heal very quickly, but what chance is there of convincing 7 billion people of that? Tax is the only way. Hitting people in the pocket is guaranteed to change behaviour. That is what makes us creatures tick it seems. I am sure plans are already drawn up for the future taxing of us all domestically and industrially relating to our carbon foot print.
It is not your planet doing this. Humans are doing it.
originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: Choppz
I def say its possible. Everyone can speculate but we will NEVER know until HE/THEY return
How is it possible that there is a a dwarf star, or another planet that is out there in our solar system yet we can't seem to see it?
We do know that Pluto shares its region Solar System with more than 1500 other tiny, icy worlds along with likely countless smaller and darker ones that have not yet been detected.
They also looked at the dwarf planet discovered last year called 2012 VP113 in the Oort cloud (its closest approach to the Sun is about 80 astronomical units) and how some researchers say it appears its orbit might be influenced by the possible presence of a dark and icy super-Earth, up to ten times larger than our planet.