posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 03:58 PM
Seems even the professionals on this thread have an enormous amount of misinformation.
To clear things up, about 1/6 of the sky is not observable from any given point on the globe, thought overall 100% us viewable using various
combination algorithms in place on most high priced telescopes. With modern equipment, estimates point to roughly 30% of observable space has been,
well, observed since technology has allowed us to. That means that roughly 70% of the "sky" has not been professionally observed. So, being a
professional and understanding these basic facts (and the underlying science of it all, of which I will leave out for simplicities sake), you should
KNOW that it is inaccurate to say there is not a larger, unknown celestial body. Your claim is not based on fact, it is opinion based on current
observational data of a rather small percent of close proximity universal space.
With that said, it is completely ridiculous to say that there is a planet, always hidden by the sun, on its way into close proximity. The sun does
have a small orbit, yes, but the earth still revolves around it, therego, common sense tells you that if we don't see this object six months after it
was blocked by the sun, from the counter-perspective, it probably doesn't exist. Your view isn't even remotely based on science as the above is,
which makes it much less likely to be true.
I side with many who say it is extremely unlikely that there is a planet Nibiru, or Planet X on it's way.
Many ancient cultures point to that particular day, there are two in particular, that state it as "The world in which we know it, will end."
Doesn't mean the world will die if you take it at face value, just means it will end as we know it.
Now, what I don't understand is that there are a large amount of FACTS that you crazed believers CAN use but never do, such as the Egyptian god of
light. Or maybe the fact that a post-light dimension has been scientifically proven last year (which paved the way for proper hadron collider
funding). Those who follow science know what I am talking about, I don't want to add fuel to the crazed fire so I will leave out the details once
NASA DOES hide things, yes, so do many corporations, most of what they hide has little to do with any of us, and even if it was out most of us
wouldn't really care at all, just corporate competition (yes, even NASA has competition). Ronald Reagan was known to say some off-cuff remarks
regarding Roswell, as well as his infamous UN quote "is not an alien force already among us?"
But still, with the countless scientific facts these believers have at their disposal to try and prove something unprovable, they still would rather
make things up. Ridiculous.
Any professional astronomer who understand statistics, as well as vector calculus can tell you that the mathematical probability of life existing on
another planet in the universe is above 95% based on current observational data. This has been accepted in the higher ranks of the scientific
community for near a decade now. Have we found evidence of such life? No. But we have only been able to study less then 1% of what is in our universe,
and even then, we have found numerous planets, that by verified calculations seems as though there magnetosphere, distance from sun and calculated
mean surface temperature could support life.
There are those of us who work in certain industries, who know certain details about certain things. Do we talk about them? No. Are we told we're not
allowed to? Of course not. In order to do what some of these people do you already know that any article you publish, data you post or algorithms you
employ will be mis-interpreted, taken out of context and the value will be lost. Which is why you never hear from the brains, usually just the PR.
Does that mean we are hiding the idea of some huge plent carrying alien life that will inhabit the earth? No. I think I speak for all of us when I
say, why in the hell would we?