posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 01:48 PM
It says that the Nibiru Star is half the size of our Sun. Add even a few planets and you have another solar system. Could our solar system collide
with another solar system? I don't see why not but it would be gravitaional nightmare.
However, supposedly this Nibiru Mini-Solar System has been by before and on a regular basis right? That would mean that it and our Solar System would
have to actually be in very elongated eliptical orbits around each other, or around their common center of mass. I don't think there is any way this
could be happening without it profoundly affecting the path of our Solar System through space. This isn't just another planet in a funky orbit around
our Sun. This is an entire other Solar System they're talking about and all the mass that comes with it. Our Solar System and the Nibiru System would
be corkscrewing through space around each other and together. Is there any evidence that such a thing is occuring?
Maybe there is a wild planet Nibiru out there in a huge orbit, but I don't buy an entire Solar System. I suppose we'll find out soon enough...