posted on May, 21 2008 @ 07:51 AM
Firstly, thanks for the human responses. I had just lost faith in the forum there for a moment. I understand that 2012 has been covered a lot. I got
my (sorry, its not mine its just one I found) theory from reading posts on this site and doing some other research and just wanted to put my theories
across for discussion. Not too in depth, a bit of casual debate was my aim.
I guess you can say I’m a sceptic and genuinely believe that many things can be explained away. I get the impression that sceptics are not very
welcome here by some members but in my mind sceptics are healthy to discussions of this nature.
Ok, my Nibiru or planet x view. There have been a lot of missions to planets using probes and other craft. There have been no inconsistencies on the
probes course thought these missions which may be expected from a large object hanging about in space.
The Nibiru specific storeys of “that’s where we came from, a genetically modified human by another “Nibiruian” race”. Well, Nibiru has a
3600 year orbit which comes close to the sun and reaches far out to Pluto and beyond. I believe our solar system couldn’t withstand an object of
planet size undertaking an orbit this radical. Life is fairly fragile and it could never have developed to the extent is has if this scenario had been
happening this frequently, we would have to harsh an environment for it to exist.
Being an amateur astronomer I know that we would see an object the size of a planet if it got inside the obit of Pluto or Neptune, no doubt and it
would already be there if it was expected to arrive in 4 years.
Also, I can’t comprehend the orbit period with what has been suggested by my readings.
Give the supposed orbit of 11740 (10 to the power of 6) km and a orbit time of 3600 years that gives an Orbital Velocity of approximately 372kph. Now
the slowest planet(ette) in our solar system is Pluto with a speed of 16920Kph. To make it reasonably plausible we would have to extend planet x’s
orbit to a region of about 44025000000Km (7.5 times that of Pluto) or 294 AU. Now this is a circular obit but even if this was an elliptical obit it
would still see planet x crashing through the Kuiper belt twice each orbit. Would we not see a lot more rouge comets/asteroids than we do. I.e. we
would already be wiped out.
Unless it’s a recent thing, a rouge planet captured by our suns gravity but that’s a whole new discussion.
My analysis of the situation is that we should be more afraid of comets and asteroids.
I’ve typed too much and I said I didn't want to go into too much.