posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 12:24 AM
reply to post by citizenc
There is no Nibiru. There is no Planet X. This is a misconception regarding 2012, and one that needs to be cleared up.
The Sun contains 99.85% of all the matter in the Solar System. The planets, which condensed out of the same disk of material that formed the Sun,
contain only 0.135% of the mass of the solar system. Jupiter contains more than twice the matter of all the other planets combined. Satellites of the
planets, comets, asteroids, meteoroids, and the interplanetary medium constitute the remaining 0.015%. The following table is a list of the mass
distribution within our Solar System.
* Sun: 99.85%
* Planets: 0.135%
* Comets: 0.01% ?
* Satellites: 0.00005%
* Minor Planets: 0.0000002% ?
* Meteoroids: 0.0000001% ?
* Interplanetary Medium: 0.0000001% ? 
So, even if the planet was larger than Jupiter, it’s gonna be like .01 percent of all the mass in the solar system, if that. The idea that a planet
could cause the sun to change energy as much as we’re seeing now is basically like saying you could pull a car in neutral with a refrigerator magnet
on the end of a crane! 
Let's not forget that the entire Solar System as a whole is experiencing the types of change that we are seeing here on Earth.
The two likeliest scenarios that likely could occur in 2012 are: Gamma Ray bombardment from the center of the Galaxy
, or the the Galaxy's own rotation in the universe is about to bring the Solar
System into a much denser portion of space, resulting in possible DNA change.
I enjoyed your write-up though. Very helpful information for those wishing to prepare for 2012.