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Nibiru has been found

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posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 01:36 AM
This video speaks for itself. Thanks to MNEMETH1 and the online Microsoft telescope. Are you ready?

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 01:56 AM
Whoever found that has indeed found something....what? I don't know.

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 02:22 AM
Just looked it up in MS WorldWide Telescope and it's exactly as described in the video. Not sure if that's really that surprising, but at least it adds up on face value.

The other image sources don't seem to indicate anything else from those coordinates so I'm not sure what other data can show something is there, but the infrared data is pretty impressive.... I looked around other objects close by that appear to be stars and they're not even putting off as much infrared energy as that source.. Interesting.

Good post! I'll be curious to what others have to say and add to this.

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 02:27 AM
Yup. A Youtube user discovered a previously unknown planet barreling into the inner solar system to kill us all. Excuse me if I don't start building my bunker in Montana. Maybe I have a deathwish......

"New discoveries included a dust disk around Vega and the first images of the Milky Way Galaxy's core. The observatory also made headlines briefly with the discovery of an "unknown object" that was at first described as "possibly as large as the giant planet Jupiter and possibly so close to Earth that it would be part of this solar system."[1] However, further analysis revealed that, of several unidentified objects, nine were distant galaxies and the tenth was "intergalactic cirrus".[2] None were found to be Solar System bodies.[2]"

Please TRY people. PLEASE???

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posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 02:30 AM
This is very compelling and would like to get the impressions of those who know more than I do about astronomy

Should be interesting to hear arguments from the debunkers as well.

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 03:01 AM
Nibiru's location has been discovered by Youtube user mnemeth1?

Wow all that money those Japanese scientists spend on trying to figure out if there is another planet, all those huge computer models, and its discovered by Youtube user mnemeth1

The good thing about the Nibiru myth is it makes people look at the sky more and possibly might find more interesting things.And dangerous things like asteroids.
I don't doubt there is more undiscovered things in space but the fact is there is no huge planet hurtling at us that is going to get here by 2012.
There is a thread on here by someone don't remember who, it shows in wiki sky an unidentified red object in the constellation Leo.It truly is unidentified however its so far away its not getting here by 2012.
Have a look on that video how far away that light is.
It is simply light its all it is, its so far away in time and space that in fact there may not even be anything there that exists anymore, it may just be the remaining light we see.And to say its inbound? Even if it was inbound how long would it take to get here a few hundred thousand years?

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 gun.

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.

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 03:42 AM
Well, now we know exactly where Sitchin's fictional planet is, it should take about 48 hours for a few hundred thousand people around the world to observe and confirm it's existence

So, expect this to be headline news on Sunday. But if it's not .......

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:28 AM
reply to post by DarthChrisious

Yes we know the planets on the outer areas of the Solar System have had irregularities in their orbits (or gravity, I forget). Scientists suspected a large body was affecting them, but was unable to find anything. This has been known for several years.


posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 07:12 AM

Haven't people learned anything from the 2003 example when some dumb***** sold everything they had and went into the mountains just because some dumb web site said that "Nibiru is near, very...VERY near, it will be here in may 2003"?

posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 12:33 PM
When I posted this I didn't say it was coming at us, I simply said it was discovered. And so what if a Youtube user discovered it? Maybe he could be a scientist in real life? You don't know that..

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 10:49 AM
This is supposed to be Nibiru in infra-red
alternative link:

wow thanks! nice link! here it is, the alleged object. I can see 2 other smaller heat signatures near it. This heat anomaly is classed as ''Unidentified' on Microsoft sky viewer... Eerie!

IF Nibiru is a brown dwarf and not a planet or any other anomaly, If It gets close enough to Earth It would cause massive gravitational surges, possibly causing super earthquakes or extreme tides/flooding, among others. Forget an impact from Nibiru or any of its companion planets or moons- the gravitonal surges alone can cause serious damage.

At least, allegedly!

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posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 11:04 AM
So what if we are all going to die? What can you do about brown dwarf entering our solarsystem? Please, if we are going to die, don't spoil the surpise!

To be honest, this Nibiru hype gets irritating. Every time it gets debunked, a 'new hope' rises somewhere from the net. Depressing.

- anynomous ATS member

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 11:34 AM
I may be thickheaded, but I did not get the part the proves to me that this object seen on MS telescope is the mythical Nibiru. Did the youtube user explain why they think this is Nibiru and not just some other object somewhere in deep space?

I did notice that on the various wavelengths, there were many other objects visible all around that particular object...are these other "death planets" or are the all (including the object in question) just deep space objects.

I have no information that says they are all deed space objects, but I also wasn't presented with the evidence by the OP that the object in question is Nibiru.

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 12:19 PM
Nibiru is a myth. Therefore, it doesn't exist. Therefore, this "object" isn't Nibiru.


posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 12:26 PM
Good Gods people! Forget Nibiru or planet X.....There IS something there.

People get so caught up in the emotion of a name and or a cause to debunk that they blind themselves to seeing anything at all.

I agree that the maker of the video is being tarded by making the bold statement of having found Nibiru. Enough said, now what DID they find?

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 12:37 PM
whatever it is, i hope it doesn't happen to come in this direction

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 01:00 PM
Yes people something is definatley there but is it coming our way that is the question. I suppose only time will tell

posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 01:16 PM
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So what if we are all going to die? What can you do about brown dwarf entering our solarsystem?'

Personally, I don't believe the world will end! Just the world as we know it. What one can do about this unknown object is simply learn how to live off the land! Read a book on gardening or on basic survival skills. I feel that the impact of 'Nibiru' will come over time. The basic necessities supply will probably be reduced severely as people realize something incredible is
perhaps coming and become lazy, suicidal, hopeless.

Even if 'Nibiru' barges right into our solar system heading towards our sun, it will highly likely miss us- but it will impact our planet, perhaps horrendously for hours, days or weeks the closer it is to Earth- Which is why people must have enough immediate food, water and first aid to last at least 2 weeks, preferably, a month. Supplies will last longer if people start planting vegetables on their green spaces.

I wonder if there will be enough time for people to prepare, or this will be covered up until the last possible minute.

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posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by xul

Haven't people learned anything from the 2003 example when some dumb***** sold everything they had and went into the mountains just because some dumb web site said that "Nibiru is near, very...VERY near, it will be here in may 2003"?

Yep, that was me. But I wasn't running from some planet coming this way. It was all those flatlander tourists from Texas I was scared of.

Seriously, there are millions and billions of "objects" out there, and some are likely headed this way. But till we get a fix on their proximity and vector, it's all meaningless. Being an alarmest may be fashionable, but it's not science, hell, it's barely more than wild imagination.

Since there is nothing here but conjecture and hype, and because we are in the Science Section, this thread is being moved to a more appropriate location.

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