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Originally posted by Gakus
Both and OP and those who disagree with him regarding this "Nibiru" stuff, really make no sense.
I'm sorry but halfway through your post you began to make little to absolute no sense, don't get offended, it's simply true.
The OP attempted to combine far to many words which made no sense in an attempt to prove a point and sound smarter than he actually was.
Try sticking to more simple terms, and you won't have this problem in the future.
Originally posted by OzWeatherman
First off the theory was not confirmed by some astronomer, or anyone affiliated with space observations. It was Zecharia Sitchin, who was a self taught scholar of Sumerian cuneiform. He didnt have a degree, he hadnt been trained in ancient texts and he was clearly out to make money, as was proven by the various books he wrote and sold. So pretty much, Sitchin explained that the Sumerians knew of 12 planets in the solar system (how on earth did they see them all), the last planet being Nibiru, which orbits the sun every 3,600 years.