posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 02:16 PM
Originally posted by MankoW
Now what is the link that connects all of this together and which is more important is why should someone live on the planet which goes to the Sun
only in 3000 or 7000 years, it is connected with Nibiru, yes.
Nibiru is not another planet:
a - It is artificialy made or positioned planet in bigger network of planets in bigger innergalactica transportation system
b - It has far eccentric eliptic orbit in which distant aphel it goes far away from solar system and in its perihelion it goes near planet Earth,
which is interesting because there we are!
c - IN far spot of an orbit it meets another far orbit planet from another solar system, there the exchange or trade is done.
Let's see, Niburu is a transport device utilizing an eccentric orbit to transport goods from our solar system to another one. Niburu, according to
you, returns after 7,000 years to make another "harvest." Presumably at the far end of this orbit, it is close enough to interact with another
planet that is part of another solar system.
Assuming Niburu doesn't travel at a significant fraction of the speed of light, how do you account for the fact that the nearest star to our sun is
Centauri Alpha, at what, something like 4.5 light years away?
If we assume a reasonable speed for Niburu's orbit, this other planet must trade with Niburu about every 3 millionth orbit. Three million times
3,000 to 7,000 years is an awful long time to wait to make one trade.
Ok, let's assume that the other "solar system" is some kind of brown dwarf system. We would easily be able to detect such a system (we have seen
these systems at 5 or 6 time the distance to the Centauri system) but lets assume that all astronomers are idiots. Given all these assumptions, why is
it that the other "far orbit" planet's position just happens to coincide with the arrival of Niburu to their solar system. Why is it that this
other planet isn't somewhere else in it's orbit, like clear on the other side?
When Niburu, which according to you is in some wildly eccentric orbit, passes around our sun and so near to all the planets here why is it not
perturbed by our solar system? It obviously is not perturbed in the least because if it were, it would result in Niburu ending up somewhere other
than this "other solar system" at the far end of it's orbit.
There are absolutely no grounds for your theory. Mere orbital mechanics rules it out.
Not to mention the Oort cloud.