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NASA to Debunk it's Own Discovery

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posted on Nov, 10 2009 @ 11:05 PM
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Recently NASA has anounced that it's on a crusade to debunk the 2012 film. rawstory.com... Well now we know that the film revolves around Planet X. So how did Planet X come into the public eye , other than Zacharia Stichin and his research into the Sumarian culture. NASA knew of an " outside " gravitational influence that was creating pertubations of our distant orbiting planets. Knowing that whatever was creating this disturbance, it would be easily visible through infared imaging. In 1983 NASA launched the IRAS satellite to investigate ; what they found as stated in this Washington Post article www.planet-x.150m.com... was a heavenly body about the size of Jupiter. So NASA soon after the elation of finding the Tenth Planet , claimed that they made a mistake. ( wonder once they discovered the orbit of this planet.) Dr. Robert S. Harrington was a Supervising Astronomer fot the U.S. Naval Observatory who studied and followed Planet X for NASA as shown in some of his reports to Washington adsabs.harvard.edu... The late Dr. Harrington is discussing Planet X with Zacharia Stichin in the following video.


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posted on Nov, 10 2009 @ 11:40 PM
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Planet X was (and still is I suppose) used to describe any undiscovered planet within our solar system, Pluto was once known as planet X.

It was also meant to be the tenth planet in the solar system, the theory of the tenth planet came from gravitational perturbing of the outer planets such as Neptune and Uranus.

This is where the article from 1983 comes in.
Firstly, the the IRAS space observatory's mission wasn't to find Planet X, it mapped the whole sky 4 times.
Secondly, subsequent studies showed that the mysterious Jupiter sized object was actually revealed to be several unidentified objects, nine were distant galaxies and the tenth was "intergalactic cirrus"; none were found to be Solar System bodies. *

So I don't see where NASA are debunking themselves here, it's a matter of updating information as it comes to them. They've come a long way since 1983.




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posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 12:18 AM
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If Nibiru was composed of dark matter, would astronomers notice it's approach to our Solar system - before it's gravity affects occurred?




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posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 02:39 AM
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From the article:

"We have already determined that there are no threatening asteroids as large as the one that killed the dinosaurs," the space agency said.

Huh…
That’s news to me, and I normally try and stay somewhat up to date on that kind of stuff. They darn well know that something can come from the Ort cloud, or the Asteroid Belt at pretty much any time. Its funny they would make such an obviously untrue statement.



posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 03:05 AM
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"There are no threatening asteroids"

Meaning there are no asteroids within earth's orbit that come close enough to get sucked in by our gravity, that are as dangerous as what killed the jesus Horses.

And comets come from the Oort Cloud, not asteroids.



posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 03:29 AM
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Ok fine…
If we want to be picky about it.

“They darn well know that something can come from the Oort Cloud, the Kuiper Belt, or the Asteroid Belt at pretty much any time.”

Better?


The point is that they darn well know that an asteroid or comet can either come in with little notice, especially if it comes from behind the sun, or nudge another object into our orbit. They have always stated that they have tracked and identified very few of the total estimated objects out there, especially the long period comets.

But now all the sudden they are sure that there is nothing that could possibly run into us in the next three years.

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posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 03:38 AM
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Originally posted by L.HAMILTON
Recently NASA has anounced that it's on a crusade to debunk the 2012 film.


To "debunk" a film? I mean, this is just a Hollywood *film* - it's not a documentary, nor does it say it's based on scientific predictions of what will happen in 2012.

It's just a typical film that Hwood has taken from pop culture - as they so often do, to entertain and above all, make money.

How can someone "debunk" a fictional film? You might as well debunk "Scarey Movie" or "The Naked Gun".



posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 04:19 AM
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How can someone "debunk" a fictional film? You might as well debunk "Scarey Movie" or "The Naked Gun".
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Gosh, dang it. That's what I was gonna say. I was gonna ask," when are they going to debunk Flesh Gordon and the sex ray"? Nasa can't be debunking films now right? Wait a minute. Is this the same Nasa that
bombed the moon?



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