posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 11:08 PM
Yeah -- that NASA article doesn't Mention the name "Nibiru" -- it's just an old article talking about "Eris". It was probably written before
Eris was named (and while it was under consideration as being the 10th Planet). Eris was disovered in 2005, is bigger than Pluto, and its orbit KEEPS
it beyond Pluto.
As someone else posted above, Eris is NOT the alledged Nibiru. When Eris was discovered, Pluto was still considered a Planet. In fact it was the
discovery of Eris that helped get Pluto demoted to "dwarf planet" status -- that's because when the International Astronomical Union (IAU) took up
the task of whether to call Eris a Planet or not, they decided instead to create a new class of objects (dwarf planets) and put Eris, Pluto, Sedna,
Ceres, and other bodies in that category.
...and the word and the mythology of "Nibiru" is known by NASA, even if they know there is no world that will be on our doorstep in 4 years. Just
because they tagged to term "Nibiru" with that article on Eris doesn't mean that Eris is Nibiru -- maybe NASA is just doing their part to "Deny
Ignorance" and educate the people as to the real solar system, rather than the one made up by Stitchin.
[edit on 6/5/2008 by Soylent Green Is People]