posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 03:37 AM
NASA never officially called it PLanet X. the NASA page you saw that on was one made by a kid. notice the emphasis on "just for kids"
Nibiru could have already exploded and its remnants sit between Mars and Jupiter (the asteroid belt)... HOWEVER
this thing purportedly has a retrograde orbit of 3200 years. last time it was here, it seems, was sometime between 1000-100BC, but my bets are on the
time of Alexander the Great. so, what this means is, until we have a concrete date that bases Planet X's last arrival in our inner solar system, we
can never know for sure when it will be back (duh, right?)
"nebula inside a planet"
that's a good one. like the goofy-ass brown dwarf idea. sheesh. debunkers will shoot anything from their mouth,