posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 01:26 PM
I'm not sure I'm following you here. Are there meteoroids coming from the Oort cloud? What is the relation between that and a hypothetical planet
The Oort cloud
is still an hypothesis, a nicely formulated one. So far the only known candidates
belong to the Oort cloud are 90377 Sedna and 2000 CR105. I haven't heard anything about asteroids.
Also, the video shows news headlines without any relation to their claim.
(89959) 2002 NT7)
has a low probability of impact, and was removed from the Palermo
Technical Impact Hazard Scale in 2002. The impact date was calculated to February 1, 2019, not 2012.
2002 NY40: "Despite a few press reports that had claimed the asteroid had a small chance of hitting Earth in the future, NASA and other astronomers
said there is no such chance. Such close passes by large asteroids, however, provide viewing opportunities like this only every few decades,
Then they quote a website called Cassiopedia
for info on the Oort cloud. That
place is filled with crackpot theories mixed with fact (see pseudo science
Finally they show a lot of pictures of impact craters. There is no reason to even dream about them coming from the Oort cloud.
The rest of the video is filled with random stuff put together for convenience.