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Originally posted by kidflash2008
If the makers of the video are going to talk about Nibiru, they should at least read Zecharia Sitchin's books. Nibiru is not expected to visit Earth until @ 2600AD.
Nibiru settled into a clockwise orbit (equal to 3,600 orbits of Earth
around the Sun). Nibiru stabilized into a clockwise orbit, equal to
3,600 orbits of Earth around the Sun until 10, 900 B.C.E., when
Nibiru arrived earlier, due to increasing drift from Solaris of
Uranus. Uranus' gravity sped Nibiru's orbit. As a result of this
close encounter between Nibiru and Uranus, one of Nibiru's moons,
Miranda, was captured by and became a moon of Uranus as Nibiru and
Uranus pulled at each other. From 10,000B.C.E. on, Nibiru's
revolution sped to 3.450 Earth years; which makes Nibiru's next
return 2900A.D. rather than 2012 as predicated on the earlier 3600-
year orbit [Sitchin, Z., 2007, The End of Days, pages 315 - 317].
Plus, as previous posters have noted, an object twice the size of Jupiter would be extremely noticeable. Jupiter itself is very bright in the night sky, so imagine a much closer object twice the size out there.
It's complete bollocks that something twice the size of Jupiter could even lazily "drift through" the solar system in just one year - take Neptune for example, it takes 165 years to orbit the Sun.
Originally posted by Mr Gone
There's your problem right there mate.
twice the size of jupiter? ... i think we would notice a giant rock out there without media telling us... jupiter can be seen with a telescope...
Originally posted by silo13
Almost makes you believe Planet X did pass us by whenever that was it was supposed to pass us by huh...
Scary stuff indeed.
How is it possible a whole world of people, stargazers could not have seen this?
Originally posted by Wertdagf
It is just proof that somone can be brilliant and understand so much and yet have their religious superstitions distroy any chance they have at understanding what they have found.