posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 11:48 PM
The poles might shift by the gravitonal strength of Niburu, Nemesis, or whatever it is called, but it is a brown dwarf nonetheless.
Our Solar System may be an binary star system, where an inferior star orbits an superior star (which may occur in up to 80% of all solar systems,
I've heard from 10 to 20 degrees axis tilt when the brown dwarf is the closest to Earth (It may be dragging much deadlier asteriods with it, since it
passed by either the Kupier Asteriod Belt which is beyond Pluto, or the Mars-Jupiter asteriod belt.
So the North Pole and the South Pole will not be in the same place as it would be closer to the new equator because of the axis tilt, and therefore
the ice will melt at both poles at a rapid pace.
It will be perhaps hundreds or thousands of years before the new North and South Poles (present day Russia or Canada/ Australia or Brazil,
respectively), accumulate their new ice fields that will eventually lower sea levels... Until the next time.
So, Greenhouse gases, as much as Al Gore would desperately want people to believe- would not melt the caps- but rather an actual tilt of the Ice at
both poles to their new positions nearer the equator.
It's likely that the severity of 'Planet X's' effects depends on how heavily the Earth is affected...
Since Nibiru is supposed to orbit our sun every 3600 years, Earth may have had fortunate times where Earth was as far away from Nibiru as possible,
and therefore did not suffer such severe effects however we may be unfortunate this time.
Nibiru may be coming very close to our Earth this time, which of course notches up the damage potential a lot.
Would we notice the tilt? Maybe not, not until the ice starts melting, the sea levels rise, and either hemisphere finds themselves into longer or
But what else would a passing Brown Dwarf star do? The Earth would freeze into place for perhaps hours or days, and I'm not very knowledgeable in
this, but one of the effects would be the tides. I don't know the effects of tides if the Earth stops moving.
And depending on what you believe about our Moon- Who knows its history concerning Earth or Nibiru-related effects on our moon.
It could also cause severe earthquakes, since the dynamics of the Earth is being interrupted- kind of like twirling water in a cup clockwise then
suddenly twirling it counterclockwise, because the Earth's core (not much is known about the inner Earth) might act abormally, affecting our
It would likely last for many hours or days, but the long-term effects might be the pollution of the volcano eruptions that block the sun, causing two
or three consecutive winters. This could be what killed off the dinosaurs.
Large asteriods might strike desert areas, kicking up sand and soil into the atmosphere- just as bad. Asteriods or earthquakes would of course create
tsunamis if they strike the ocean.
There are a lot of factors, maybe we wouldn't notice Nibiru passing, or we would notice it... big time.
The mayan calendar ends in the year 2012. Why? Did the Mayans simply stop their calendar in the year 2012 just because they didn't see the point in
making an eternal calendar, or because it was the date Nibiru would arrive, in effect pressing the 'Reset' button of civilization?
Nibiru might be at its closest in 2012-2013, or 2018, it's hard to know because our time records might be off by as much as 3-6 years. So, Christ was
born in 4-6 BC and not 0 AD, (and this year might actually be 2003, or 2014, for example) So when will Nibiru come?
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