posted on Jan, 25 2009 @ 04:37 PM
reply to post by Razimus
I agree that there is absolutely no evidence that Nibiru exists -- it is nothing more than a myth.
However, it is very misleading to say that a "Planet X" does not exist. The Term "Planet X" has nothing to do with Nibiru, and has been used many
times in the past to describe ANT unknown planet that seems should exist through calculations.
Before Pluto was found, Astronomers used the term "planet X to describe a 9th planet that they felt HAD to exist. In mid-1800s, astronomers
calculated the orbit of Neptune before actually discovering it, and they called Neptune "Planet X".
Just recently, Japanese astronomers have claimed that their calculations show that another large planet (perhaps larger than Earth) exists in an orbit
that keeps it outside the orbit of Neptune and Pluto -- and they have called their theoretical planet "Planet X".
So don't confuse the term "Planet X" with Nibiru -- Nibiru is a specific (and most likely mythical) planet, while the term Planet X is used (and
has been used in the past) to describe any theoretical planet.
It just gets confusing when people use the term Planet X to exclusively describe Nibiru.
[edit on 1/25/2009 by Soylent Green Is People]