posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 03:19 AM
A few questions. I'm not trying to be negative or anything. I honestly don't understand a lot of the terms used in the video.
1. The green line? Is that the ecliptic?
2. Is Nibiru/Planet X a brown dwarf? I was always led to believe that it was a straight up planet. Brown dwarfs, if I understand correctly, are
somewhere between a star and a planet - somewhat like Jupiter, but much bigger. Have any abnormal gravitational effects been recorded on any of the
other bodies in the solar system?
3. Do we know where exactly (or even roughly) Nibiru/Planet X is in it's orbit right now?
Also, if Nibiru is really there, and honing in on the inner solar system, am I the only one who sees NASA's current Cassini mission to Saturn in a
whole new light? Cassini completed it's primary mission on June 30th (the same day that this video is claiming Nibiru was found) and began it's
extended mission. Coincidence, perhaps? Or no?
I'm just trying to get as much of a grasp on this as I possibly can. Because if it's true, and the measurements accurate, this could be the smoking
On the other hand, I do think we need a more credible source than some guy on YouTube. I'm not saying he's wrong. However, let's be honest - the
word of a guy on YouTube who goes by the name of "mnemeth1" isn't going to carry a lot of weight. I realize it's still early seeing as to how the
video was just posted. But independent verification is still needed.
It is intriguing, nevertheless.