posted on Feb, 16 2011 @ 09:27 PM
Originally posted by JonoEnglish
it claims a scientist Roger E. Anderson has proof.
I'd hardly call him a scientist, if the owner of the site and so forth is Roger E. Anderson. Furthermore, there is no scientist or scholar named
"Roger E. Anderson" publishing anything on Sumeria.
If someone comes along and claims to be all-knowing about "Nibiru" and they aren't archaeologists or historians or linguists, then they're getting
their information from sources that may not be very picky about how true the material is.
Here's a link to a REAL scholar's paper (student, actually) who went through ALL the cuneiform texts and picked up every single reference to
"Nibiru." He names the source and quotes the lines (so you can doublecheck him -- the mark of an honest scholar.) There's 17 references and none
of them are to planets and only part of them involve stars.
Judging from the web page, it's the "same-old same-old." Repeats Sitchin, adds some info from Wikipedia, stirs in some millennialism, and
announces proof. Wouldn't surprise me if there's a book somewhere to be sold.