Ok... I didn't want to... I really didn't but now I just can't take it anymore and I have to drop my 2 cents.
First of all, If Niburu or Planet X or whatever existed it would have been spotted by now. This nonsense about it being hidden by the sun is
bullocks. We orbit the sun, ergo we see every side of it at least once per year. I cannot be convinced that said planet is playing hide-n-seek like
children behind trees.
Next, if this were a Brown dwarf or some other astrolnomical anomoly it also would be seen. Same reasons as stated
Next, let's just pretend (For the fun of it anyway) that there was some Planet X and the government knew and there was a giant conspiracy with
millions of people in on it because they were going to be saved by keeping quiet and that they were building millions upon millions of square feet of
underground, hidden bunkers and the public was completely oblivious to all of this. Now let's make believe that Planet X was really going to collide
with the Earth. Oh, this is fun!
Ok, now, unless this Planet X was travelling at incredible speeds we would see it for probably at least a few weeks before impact. It would begin to
become so HUGE in the sky that NO ONE would be keeping anything secret. Millions of individuals moving into underground bunkers would likely draw a
whole heap of attention from the "Surface dwellers" as well which likely wouldn't bode too well for those trying to sneak underground.
Additionally, the gravitational affect that said planet would have on Earth would likely cause changes in the atmosphere and environment that would
probably kill just about everyone before impact. Tidal waves thousands of feet high would sweep for over one hundred miles inland. Earthquakes would
beset the planet making a 10 on the richter scale seem like a baby shaking a rattle. BUT... lets keep pretending cuz it's fun...
Let's pretend that those select elite people made it into their shelters before the planet was struck - if the tidal waves haven't flooded their
bunkers, then the earthquakes would have shaken them to piles of rubble. If the earthquakes haven't shaken them into piles of rubble, the impact
wave sent through the crust of the Earth likely would. If they were within a thousand miles of the impact site of even a 1,000 meter asteroid the air
temperature would rise hundreds of degrees and the areas inhabitable. Now if it was a planet it would be reasonable to assume that the laval plume
from the penetration of the Earth's mantle would bury their bunker under hundreds, if not thousands of feet of lava - and good luck getting out of
To keep pretending some more - if ANYONE survived - and I sincerely doubt that even the cockroaches would make it through a planet on planet collision
- the planet wouldn't be inhabitable for over a thousand years - maybe longer. So those "Survivors" wouldn't really be survivors at all - they
would be the last to die is all - and it would probably be a slow and dismal death at that.
So... with all of that in mind... rejoice and be happy!
A.) There is no Planet X coming to wipe us out. B.) And even if there was you would be
smart to want to be one of the first ones wiped out to avoid the calamity and suffering that will no doubt befall those dumb enough to think that they
could survive in a bunker.