Originally posted by Spoodily
I like Nibiru and all but what is the green 'planet' closer to the bottom of the photograph? Another planet or an optical effect like the red one?
[edit on 6/24/2007 by Spoodily]
The real cause of climate changes, volcanoes activity, intensification of the seismic activity etc., is the planet Eris’s getting closer to our solar system, intermediary named 2003-UB-313 and known in Antiquity under various names as: Nibiru, Marduk, Nemesis, Hercolubus, The Gods Planet, the Planet of the Empire, the Planet of the Cross, the Red Planet, etc.
A short record of the first (recent) contacts with Eris:
- First observed on October 21, 2003 using the 1,22m Oschin telescope, at Mount Palomar Observatory (California).
- Discovered by Michael E. Broen, Chad Trujillo, David L. Rabinovitz, on January 5, 2005, based on the photos taken at the above mentioned date.
- Further observations published in October 2005 have shown a satellite named Dysomnia (Gabriel).
The planet Eris/ Nibiru periodically getting closer to Earth once in 3600 years generates numerous climate changes, one being the global warming with its natural consequence – the melting of the glaciers. The effect of glaciers melting, because of their sweet water, will be the ending of the thermo-saline natural system, the “engine” that allows the Gulfstream circulation to the North and the freezing of spread areas in the North-West of Europe and North-East U.S.A.
Originally posted by sostyles
Great view of nibiru taken in greece, NASA is now calling it ERIS. Nasa is launching a rocket next week on its way to the rendevous point at the asteroid belt! Its called Project Dawn.
Originally posted by neformore
When Pluto was discovered, it was Planet X