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Originally posted by InterestedObserver
Now you should take in account that he is filming this through a window and window screen. I think it's very likely it's a flare on the window. If he were outside I'm sure we would have seen different results.
Originally posted by Geemor
reply to post by Melyanna Tengwesta
i think this nibiru thing is based on a false presumption. while it may have been real planet, regarding that so many sources speak of it (not forgetting the ancient teachings), it now lies shattered on the kepler's belt in our sol system. somehow my insight tells me that this is the case; nibiru came here once or twice, but then collided with another planet (tiamat?) in our solar system and formed that great belt of shattered rock that now lies in orbit between mars and jupiter.
A trans-Neptunian object (TNO) is any object in the solar system that orbits the sun at a greater distance on average than Neptune. The Kuiper belt, scattered disk, and Oort cloud are three divisions of this volume of space. The orbit of each of the planets is affected by the gravitational influences of all the other planets. Discrepancies in the early 1900s between the observed and expected orbits of the known planets suggested that there were one or more additional planets beyond Neptune. The search for these led to the discovery of Pluto in 1930. Pluto is too small to explain the discrepancies, however, and revised estimates of Neptune's mass showed that the problem was spurious.
It took more than 60 years to discover another TNO (with only the discovery of Pluto's moon Charon in between). Since 1992 however, 1075 objects have been discovered, differing in sizes, orbits and surface composition. But only 132 of these have a well determined orbit allowing easy observatory recovery.
Originally posted by Lokey13
Also Niburu was stated in an article I read to be just a little bit bigger then Pluto, so if thats the case this planet would have to be within a couple 100,000 miles of Earth to look so large. This isn't a planet, this isn't a meteor, this isn't a comet, this isn't the moon or any moon. So with all this information out there we should start looking for alternative theories of what this could be.