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Calltech - Theoretical Discovery of Planet X

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posted on Dec, 2 2016 @ 03:17 PM
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planet x will pass next year very likely

Do you have orbital data that confirms this?




There's a lot of data that points to that

How do you photos prove anything is "getting closer" when the clouds in your picture are always the same size and always in the same location. Naturally, anything "getting closer" is inherently moving. Your cloud photos are not moving.




i have covered all areas of this topic drawing in evidence from across the board

Nope, only your own evidence is being used. You even contradict your primary original source, Zetatalk




The writing is clearly on the wall, this ism't even my opinion, but the facts speaking

you have never presented any fact, only your own deluded self certain conjecture than can never, ever, be wrong
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posted on Dec, 2 2016 @ 11:39 PM
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originally posted by: MasterAtArms
a reply to: [post=21599338]EndOfDays77
you have never presented any fact, only your own deluded self certain conjecture than can never, ever, be wrong

Well, if it doesnt come around next year, it's bound to appear the year after, right? Or the year after that, or the year after that one. After all, the writing is on the wall.

*sorry for sounding like a troll, but that's what this "circus" reduces you to.

Meanwhile, let's have a look at the Minor Planet Center front page, where the running tally of newly-discovered objects points to 1,693 Near-Earth Objects, 44,425 Minor Planets, 36 comets, and the total of 16.4 million observations - just this year!



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