The Nibiru Movie (Coming soon)

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posted on Jan, 11 2008 @ 08:30 PM
Nibiru, the movie... Oh what an amazing feature film it will be my friends. Let's pull together film financing to shoot a fictional tale about a mysterious giant planet (that nobody can see until it is too late) crossing paths with the doomed, doomed, doomed earth. All the typical Hollywood special effects are already in place - evil alien overlords, earth shattering destruction, grand conspiracy theories, and armageddon. Don't forget about the pure, unadulterated armageddon. Now all we need is a hero to save the day and show those stinkin' aliens that humanity will triumph over all. Maybe we can get JJ Abrams to produce it - I mean this already has the tell-tale undergound marketting strategy that he thrives upon. (Probably not unless he reads this forum and gets a chuckle from this post.)

If it gets started now, I think we can be in a perfect production state for a 2012 completion. That is the final deadline afterall.

I've been aching to direct another feature film. Maybe I should get a script ready to go folks. Much of the story has already been written. Just add the witty lines of dialogue, high-octane action sequences, a couple of car crashes, overused Hollywood cliches, several pints of beer, subliminal product placement, and actors who aren't great peformers but are fun/pretty to look at. I'll stamp my name onto this project. Why not. Hooray for Hollywood capitalism.

I'm really sorry people, but every day I read these planet x threads and seriously wonder if I am in some high school fiction writing forum. If you want to believe the wild speculations, yay for you... many good people still believe in santa. Hey, I heard santa was originally a half-mayan half-sumerian reptile - I'll show you the youtube video that proves it.

So who's with me. Who wants to shoot a major feature film depicting the destruction of earth by the annunkungfufunuklickityakaiaki (pronounced like it was from a Monty Python sketch) or whatever they choose to call themselves. I'll just call them the Oh-Nos for simplicity sake. The film can't be any worse than Battlefield Earth or Starship Troopers! Hey, we'll even give ATS a few $ points for good measure - so this site can profit from the film. Hooray for Hollywood capitalism.

And when the whole Nibiru date comes to an uneventful pass, at least we can say we saw the fun-filled movie version of it. We'll leave the theater and stare up at the sky saying to ourselves... well that was a enjoyable romp through sci-fi cinema goodness, what's the next scheduled date for the end of the world?


Now seriously... Somebody show proof of the Nibiru claims, because I personally don't see a single shred of evidence. I believe I have more chances of shooting the above film than the Nibiru story being true.

posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 09:16 AM
Hey man I have just joined this site and love your argument, BUT ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE RIGHT? If you are telling me it is not real then show me the proof, if I am telling you it is real you would ask me the same question, right?

Along with all the ancient cultures (eg. Sumerian, Maya) that have it notated, NASA supposedly finding it in 1983 and then denying it and some other facts such as the giant 36 foot skeleton they found in Saudi Arabia and many others that may possibly relate to this mystery planet can you say 100% that it is not real?

I believe it will be visible by some powerful telescopes later this year(08) and that all humanity will be able to see it by the naked eye starting sometime in May 2009. That is just my personal view. I am not going to say it isn't real as I feel there is more evidence that it is real, that has been covered up or just not found before these modern times. I still have some doubt in my mind that it is real but I am more heavily steered in the other direction at the moment. If no one is covering it in more detail by late this year I will develop serious doubt in my mind and if I have not personally seen anything by May of 2009 I will know it was a hoax.

Feel free to email me so I can send you all the facts or videos.

posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 09:47 AM
reply to post by tvgraphics

One of the things that I've noticed about most Niburu/Planet X threads is that usually, one of those two terms, or at least a closely related term, is used in the thread title. Amazingly enough, this allows the reader to decide whether or not they want to read the thread! I know, maybe it's too good to be true, and I can't prove that these threads are titled so that you might have some idea of the content is the case, but I have chosen to put a little stock in the idea. I don't have a YouTube video or anything, but the topic might warrant just a little of your attention.

In all seriousness, your blanket generalization, and blatant ridicule of the authors and contributors of every related thread casts your character in a negative light. People once laughed and joked at the expense of those who thought that there was a chance that the earth just might not be flat. No matter how preposterous a claim may be, if you cannot offer proof of falsehood, you would do well to remember that your claim (of falsehood) is just as unsubstantiated as the original.

Again, if you feel the way you do about these threads, why are you reading them? Is it just for the opportunity to mock them? Maybe you should feel like you're in high school.

posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 07:36 PM
Greetings and thanks for the replies. I will never say that anything is 100% unproven. In fact, I could be proven wrong about the whold planet x thing - and I would be the first to say... I was wrong.

I am originally from Chicago where much of my family has been involved in the museums and university settings. Close contact, of course, with the Oriental Institute at the Univeristy of Chicago which holds an enormous collection of Sumerian tablets and individuals who are very very well versed on the Sumerian translations. The translations by Zecharia Stichin are far from accurate. The stories found in the tablets are stretched to fit his theories and were mis-read - much like many conservative Christians will redefine words in the bible to solidify their precise meanings. The stories are found on those ancient Sumerian texts, but there is no indication that they are anything other than an ancient belief system based upon the greater unknowns they could not explain. Just because the stories exist does not mean they are real. They can, and likely, are their methods of reasonings to explain the world that the events around them.

The Mayan calendar is coming to an end... yes. However, the calendar has come to an end many times before and the cycle is merely repeated. The calendar is in the middle of a much greater cycle of calendars and nowhere in Mayan culture or history does it indicate that the end of the world is coming. It is the end of their current cycle - be it solar, universal or something more internal to them - we don't know the exact significance (yet many are putting a significance (end of the world) on it). And yet, it is so easy to merge two ancient, completely separate cultures to claim they 'say the same thing' - but really only support sensationalist theories when they are combined.

The physics of a planet many times larger than jupiter in an elliptical 3600-year orbit would reak havoc on our solar system and provide long-lasting effects that would make life in our solar system, very likely uninhabitable. The gravitational pushing and pulling would have significant effects on the planets. The orbits of existing, known planets would not be as well-established and positioned as they are. We would likely discover a larger amount of rogue comets and asteroids due to planet X interfereing with the asteroid belt. And, if we are to believe that this planet has been in this perpetual 3600 year orbit and dinosaurs were known to first appear about 230 million years ago... doing the math, this supposed planet has crossed earth's path well over 500000 times already. Planet earth would not be in such a condition to remain intact if this so-called planet existed and crossed our paths - and was about to destroy earth. Of course, Stichin claims the only arrived 450000 years ago and well, that's another discussion.

NASA may have made a claim they found something and then discovered they were wrong. Could NASA be worng sometimes... sure they can. They are humans and can make mistakes. Are they hiding anything... sure they are, what they are.. we don't know.

I made that post because I keep seeing post after post of people saying "be prepared" without giving any proof other than the same re-hashed and vague information. And everything that is being mentioned is alwasy sensationalist and world-ending. If these wild, outrageous claims are to be made, all I want is for someone to provide substantial proof. until then... yes, it is all just a Hollywood sensationalist movie concept.

So yes, I made a mockery out of the other posters... at least the 9/11 people are using reason to come to their conclusions. At least the ufo people are providing something and asking others if it is real. Mis-translated texts and wild speculation are just not enough. But they are enough for a feature film.

posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 07:41 PM
And... BTW, whenever I post realist replies to many of the posts here... people never seem to respond to them because they don't want to look at the aspects based in 'reality'. People seem to want and thrive on the sensationalism because it is so much more fun to believe.

So this is what I give you - pure, unadulterated sensationalism at it's finest. And I put this in Skunkworks for that exact reason.

Show me proof. That's what I want. Make me believe. Oh yeah, "Wait until day X happens, you'll see."

posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 07:46 PM
Why make a movie, it's really going to happen, remember?

Just stick a handycam on a tripod as the Nirriburubu or whatever it is passes us by...

posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 01:49 PM

Originally posted by widget
Hey man I have just joined this site and love your argument, BUT ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE RIGHT? If you are telling me it is not real then show me the proof, if I am telling you it is real you would ask me the same question, right?

This is the essential crux of the pro-planetXer arguments. It is the foundation for everything they say - "anything is possible, and you can't show proof that it isn't!" I would just like to (again) point out that this argument is two large logical fallacies.

First the pro-planetXers often use the "confusing burden of proof" fallacy. When you present a claim, it is up to you to provide all the evidence of your claim. It is not up to anyone else to provide contrary evidence. The reason why this is true should be clear: there often IS no evidence to dispute fantastical claims because the claims are FALSE and so fantastical that no one ever thought to set down and deconstruct them. For example, I can claim that the sky is made up of purple cows. Show me proof that I'm wrong. You won't find any, because its simply false and no one in their right mind would have ever spent time deconstructing such an argument because no one would ever think such an argument would have ever been made.

The second fallacy is ad ignorantium - the idea that if I cannot prove you wrong, then this must be evidence that you are right. Anyones inability to disprove a fantastical claim does not contribute to you being correct, it just means (in the case of planet X) you have offered such a crazy claim that no one ever thought to create evidence against it.

The use of these two fallacies can be found in every single "PLANET X IS COMING POST." That should tell you much about the faithful who follow planet X.

[edit on 13-1-2008 by LightinDarkness]

posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 02:22 PM

Originally posted by LightinDarkness
The second fallacy is ad ignorantium - the idea that if I cannot prove you wrong, then this must be evidence that you are right.

Hey man I never said if you cant prove me wrong then I am right. If you misread or misinterpreted my text I am sorry. I am going to be presenting, in the very near future, an argument that is both fair and non persuasive where you decide for yourself whether you think it is real or not. In this article or whatever you call it I put both positive and negative facts on the table and try to poke holes in them. This is so people are not persuaded either way and end up making there mind up for themselves. Anyway I quote

"When dealing with a topic such as this you usually just tell yourself that there is no way it is possible and laugh at the idea that there could be a planet we don’t know about. After all we know everything, right? Wrong! Many years ago when human civilisation was just starting out, we thought the world was flat and the universe revolved around us. Well when people first started questioning these beliefs they were laughed at, the same way people are laughed at today, when they suggest Nibiru may be real. As you can see we have made many mistakes in the past and are continuing to make mistakes up to this very day. Is it so farfetched, that again, we could be wrong?"

I hope you do some research yourself and dont just put up a brick wall telling yourself that there is no way it could be real. Open the mind and remember anything is possible.

posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 02:47 PM
reply to post by widget

Your using the same tactics that I just talked about. The exact same tactics. You will put up "evidence" that shows sun dogs or other phenomena and claim it is indisputable with Planet X. When people question it, you will just say they are incapable of understanding the truth because you have clearly shown us that Planet X is real. You are going to use loaded arguments and logical fallacies to do this, because you must in order to present and sort of pro-planet X argument.

You just committed another burden of proof fallacy and a begging the question fallacy. I am open minded, but you have warped reality to believe the only open minded people are those who agree with you. And you also once again forget that it is not up to me to prove your fantastical claims wrong, you must show evidence for your claims.

posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 03:19 PM
Man I have no idea how you are misreading what I am saying. Do you think all people that believe planet x are the same. Do you have something against them or me? Are you trying to personally attack me? I really dont know.

I have not tried to sell you sun dogs or anything, you are just using things that others have used or spoken of. I am open minded as to it may NOT be real. But so far in neither forum are you allowing the slightest piece of it to be real in your head. Why is that? Am I misreading what you write like your misreading what I write? That is all I can put it down to.

In my article I will be pointing out A LOT of NOT real facts. I am someone that will not just read something and go oh that must be true. It is like everything kids are taught in schools today. So much of it is incorrect or persuading that they grow up thinking they know the answers when they dont. Please dont judge me or put me in the same category as everyone else who believes planet x is real when you know absolutely nothing about me. It would be like me judging every Christian and saying they ALL have the same beliefs.

Again, I am just discussing the idea/s it may or may NOT be real.

posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 03:49 PM
And now your trying to play the victim. I said what I said. This theory is and has all the hallmarks of a classical "the world is ending" doomsday scenario, and it is completely predictable. And again, classical use of an ad ignorantium and relativist fallacy.

posted on Jul, 17 2008 @ 07:26 AM
reply to post by tvgraphics

nah you should study up on the rapture and the tribulation and you will see that the signs match up perfectly. aslo you should have god come down and killl satan ,and have angels fighting demons all in ufo,s for the ultimate battle of good and evil after the 7 year tribulation for the ultimate climax XD

posted on Jul, 17 2008 @ 07:34 AM
I think this is a good idea, but I have heard there is a movie made or in the making. I will have to search further for confirmation but in the mean time please continue your writing.
We can always make another. They did it with Batman, Superman the Hulk etc....

Notice a link there? All childrens fantasy stories....Hmmmm

posted on Jul, 17 2008 @ 07:36 AM
Now, this is the second thread that I star and flag at the same time
God post and good luck with the posters that believe in the Planet X BS. I made a thread about it myself last year.. have a read ...

[edit on 17-7-2008 by tep200377]

posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 10:41 PM
Either way you can warp what any tablet/holy book says to say what ever you want it to. If you don't believe in the Nibiru theory then you can just say I know people who know about that stuff and they say... Or on the flip side if you do believe in the Nibiru Theory then you can do as Sitchin has and spend 30+ years researching it and writing books about it. It works both ways. Personally I think that Sitchin must be truelly mad to spend that much time conjuring this up in his mind. Then again, hey fiction of this nature sells.

Bottom line I agree with what was said earlier on this page. You really haven't presented any proof that either option is true or false have you?

posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 06:16 PM
I was just thinking the other day, I would really like to make a movie out of all of this Nibiru b.s. that is floating around these days. Yes the movie is pretty much already written and I think it will make a lot of money. I was also thinking, if I thought of making a movie then someone else must have too. Do you have any news on any such project? Ideas? Do you really want to make this movie?

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