posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 03:29 PM
Firstly, I don't subscribe to the Nibiru/Planet X/Destroyer scenario's (though I do find it all makes for fascinating Sci-Fi and can't wait for the
inevitable film )
I find myself confused by this particular set of photo's.
Yes, as Phage pointed out Mercury would be the obvious culprit but if that's the case why, oh why does NASA have this picture, and notice the date,
on their 'planets' page.
Surely they don't let just anyone update their website with these images, I mean they must have verification of this type of thing - hell surely to
get a foot in the door as a web administrator for NASA you will at least have an interest and training to know what answers are to be given to
incoming inquiries and to ensure correct information is given.
So, NASA should not be wrong here. Yet our most respected astronomers say they are. This isn't cut and dry - it could well be a mistake by NASA, by
Phage, by Disclosur3 (hate to say it but that's likely) but it still leaves the question as to which planet it is and why there's a conflict of
opinion against NASA's own data.
Anyone? Before I start believing in Nibiru?