posted on Mar, 28 2008 @ 10:49 AM
To be honest, I believe in the Nibiru theory, that is as a planet, and not as a brown star. The things you cite as 'facts' and 'evidence' are
merely conjecture on other peoples part, it is the conclusions they have drawn, how do you know we won't find that large eliptical orbits aren't
possible? with the standard model of our solar system slowly fading away, as it piles on the questions it just can't answer.
Another thing, Sitchin, didn't by any means have everything locked down, some of the things he states ARE his own conclusions and thus are based on
his (then) current perception of the world, this does not make him a fraud or an idiot, just human, he put to much of himself into his work. I agree
with some of his theories and disagree with some of them, it isn't all gospel, he is looking for answers as much as the next person.
And now were saying people who don't go to university can in no other way be qualified for a type of field. From what I remember Einstein taught
himself Physics while he worked in a patents office, so of course, Einstein must've been a fake. This is whats quickly becoming wrong with most
western cultures, university is seen as to be the only way of 'advancing' oneself, there are better ways, but university is nice and convenient.
So this is me, coming out of the wood work!! There are many things out there that we have no idea about, yet people decide to refute it so not to mess
up their perfect little world, Nibiru maybe complete myth, but the acceptance of the possibility can go a long way and I for one accept it.
p.s. I loved this bit on the link (regarding the Akkadian seal):
"But what you see isn't a map of the solar system at all. It's decoration, PROBABLY. OR a picture of Venus, as seen from our planet, and
surrounded by stars. The ancient Babylonians made funny little drawings like this all the time. And they all looked different. So it's just
coincidence this one resembles a solar system.
[edit on 28-3-2008 by ElectroMagnetic Multivers]