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Nibiru?? New planet to be discovered. Four times the size of Jupiter!

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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 10:02 PM
Matese and Whitmire (the two fellas from the original article have been chasing this for years
Here’s the story from 2002
and their paper from 1999
Who knows.......maybe its their year to get lucky.
But it still won’t be Nibiru.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 10:43 PM
i dont see nibiru?.
only some gorgeous red head from ireland.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 10:49 PM

Originally posted by michaelknives52
New Theory. It is really an Alien Space station. They hollowed out an entire planet and retrofitted it with tech and it acts as an orbiting outer fringe out post. From this death star like ship they can scan the immediate area of space and a whole civilization lives on this artificial planet ship. To save energy it maintains a weak orbit. But when D days comes they planet ship can come into contact with earth in a blink of an eye.

Uh oh, its the Cybermen of Mondas... "Yooou... will, become like, uuus".

Im not ready to be upgraded to a plastic fantastic... and I always thought Doctor Who was only fiction. unfortunately the Mondasian intel on Earths current situation was muddled, it wasnt the earth that got bigger, it was the citizens girths... so all that retro fitting to get Mondas bigger was for naught

Oh and ironically... Cybermen are allergic to gold... which kills them if it enters their biological systems... coincidence? We had the right substance, just the wrong ideas about it and the aliens

Edit:- que the inevitable people and their sudden theory that the writters of Doctor Who way back when where in the know and the show is some NWO mouth piece for subliminal warning.

edit on 14-2-2011 by BigfootNZ because: que?

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 10:49 PM

Originally posted by ANClENT
reply to post by pandapowerjamie

By the description they are giving, they are describing nibiru

Are you kidding?

Nibiru is a myth, and a lame one at that..!!

Just tell me how some alien race is going to live on a gas giant 4 times larger than jupiter without being squashed into microbes.

Not to mention that it's so far out..., how do they keep warm,..? Extra wooly underwear?

It's also not likely to ever come close to earth because it orbits the sun and like the other worlds in our system, dose not take short cuts through the solar system.

Give the Nibiru crap a rest for once..

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 10:52 PM
It's not Nibiru, It's a big ass mothership coming to vaporize Earth!

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:11 PM
well, that photo in the OP, is just a photo, i mean. is that an actual photo of the "comet planet". and if so. where is it from and where is the thing located when they took the photo. that would indicate that maybe "amateur astro's can do the same thing and see it. if its real or not. im keen to find out.

apparently there's over a million nibiru's.

as to the "article" how many times have you seen this type of article posted?

also. i cant help but remember this video.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:20 PM

*my post is at the bottom of page 3 and made on 2//9/11*

The above link is a reply I made a few days ago to an old thread on Planet X that was quickly shot down. Maybe I'm missing something but I think the info I posted was actually pretty relevant. Especially considering this new post.

In that previous post I'm referring to, I put some links to papers on the Dept of Energy website. Two of them (from the mid 1980's) actually reference the same 2 scientists (Whitmire and Matese) noted in the current article from today that the OP posted initially in this thread. I think it's somewhat ironic that those same scientists (of whom's work was discredited in my previous post) are now, still, currently, today getting attention.

The 2 articles from my post on the old thread are titled:
"Evidence for Nemesis: a solar companion star"
"An astrometric search for a stellar companion to the sun"

This is only my 2nd time ever posting in any type of forum so I don't know how to link to my previous post. If I've done it wrong or should have done it a different way, please accept my apologies in advance.

I'm curious to know if I really am missing something or if anyone else finds this info relevant.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:24 PM

Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by ETeeTime
You're assuming this planet, if it exists, is part of this solar system - what if it is from somewhere else? The speed would not be dependent of our sun in that case....

That could possibly be true, but it still wouldn't be Nibiru, because the existence of Nibiru is supposed to be known due to its 3600-year orbit (i.e., it was supposed to have come through our part of the solar system before).

There may in fact be some sort of "outside object" coming our way that will one day zoom through the solar system, but if that ever happens it will have nothing whatsoever to do with the Nibiru story.

edit on 2/14/2011 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)

It's probably been said before since I didn't read the whole thread yet. But If I remember that story right, were this whole nibiru thing came from. It was one of the satellites of a brown dwarf star, basically the companion star to our sun. It came around more then a couple of Hundreds of thousands of billions of years ago, close in its orbit around our sun, and one of its satellites, basically planets around that brown dwarf star. Collided with a planet that was around our sun, and one of the piece's of that planet became earth in its orbit that it is on today.

And they were not specific in the story, if Nibiru is the name for the companion star, or its satillite that collided with the planet were our earth came from, so it could be the satellite or the star. So if you all are looking for that Nibiru then its not on any, 3,600 year orbit. Try in the millions of years to billions of years, before it would come around again, from the time that it came last time. And once again if it actually exists, then the name of the brown dwarf star/companion star to our sun, we should call Binky, its much cooler then Nibiru or Tyche or Nemesis.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:24 PM
reply to post by Wildeagle

I would find it more curious if that planetary body has any moons. Because gravitational friction on the moons of Jupiter is believed to be what is heating them up(enough to allow liquid "oceans" and possibly life).

If this "planet" is four times the size of Jupiter, who knows what kind of effect that could have on it's moons.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:27 PM
Ok this is what i have to say. Planets don't intercept each other, and when they do I am guessing not very many folks survive the ordeal. A planet has an orbit, and an orbit is regular. Even if it is Nibiru, its probly not gonna deviate from its orbit to pay us a visit.

We hear rumors and stories, and lectures about the Nephilim and Nibiru and it is often referred to as an "incoming planet". I really think you have to approach it in less literal terms, like when Samson killed like a million philistines with the jaw bone of an ass. Give me a break he was probly a great fighter and no body aught to mess with him, but I'm guessing he had some help. "Incoming Planet" may simply refer to a planet that is about to or in the process of being discovered. Does that make sense? Such an exposure to the world in general may have serious implications for the "Prime Directive" and how such politics are applied.

Prophesy is like a mean joke, its like trying to interpret your dreams. If you dreamed that you left your spouse because you fell in love with an elephant you probly shouldn't wake up and file for a divorce.

Also, if you really believe they just now noticed this planet your the patsy. Even NASA has been photographing distant galaxies for years, and they just now noticed a planet in our solar system?

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:34 PM
Interesting thread. I love reading things like these, space is fascinating, no matter what is floating out there.

posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 11:50 PM

Originally posted by daveyboy1991

Originally posted by arollingstone

LOL! I really hope this is a sarcastic comment, though it's hard to tell! The Guardian is in another league mate. The Daily Mail is a broadsheet tabloid, they do not report news or reliable information - they report nonsense. They have many, many agendas - most of these revolve around creating fear over Gypsies, Muslims, Murders, etc. whilst focusing on celebrity gossip. Therefore, they have many reasons to lie - they do not have any responsibility to print the truth or facts and rarely do. Please do not mislead anyone into believing otherwise. This is literally one of the least credible sources of information in the UK after the Sun.


edit on 14-2-2011 by arollingstone because: (no reason given)

edit on 14-2-2011 by arollingstone because: reducing quotes

haha wikipedia... great site for misleading infomation with the majority is not true. Well im from near london and all i see everyday is people reading the metro, guardian, independant and daily mail so it cant be that bad surely?

Just have to do a basic google search for best UK newspapers and you come up with:

Sun,Daily Mirror,Daily Star for the great unwashed who want to read about big brother or wags.

Daily Mail,telegraph,Independent for those who can read and want to read news.

So yeah lets keep on this topic without drifting onto whats a credible newspaper here.

Amazing to think how many moons this new planet would have if Jupiter has 63!

Agreed about keeping on topic - fascinating find by the OP, and very well presented - S&F.

It will be interesting to see further developments on this thread, and whether it is Planet X or not, it is still a huge discovery (pardon the pun :p ).

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 12:34 AM

Originally posted by DragonsDemesne
reply to post by TheCardigan

If Tyche exists at that distance, its orbital period is likely more like tens of thousands of years. As a point of reference, I dug up the orbital period and distance for Sedna ( and its orbital period is about 12000 years, and about 518 AU from the sun. (its orbit is highly eccentric, so this varies a lot)

What really gets me about this potential discovery, though, is this. Suppose that, hypothetically, Tyche is real, and it has evaded detection until now. How many OTHER objects might be out there? Could there be two, three, ten, fifty? We're already finding Kuiper belt objects like Sedna, Orcus, Quaoar, or Eris; Eris is estimated to be even bigger than Pluto. Eris even has a moon...

Space is big. REALLY big. Who knows what else is out there? I love news stories like this. Even if it turns out to be wrong, it fires the imagination like nothing else.

This will give you an idea. It's from one of my older threads. You want to know what's out there? Here you go... btw, if I remember correctly, this is only about 30-40% of what we actually KNOW is out there and this is only in the IMMEDIATE vicinity of our KNOWN system.

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 12:55 AM
first, if it´s real, and is 4 times the size of jupiter, it has to the largest planetary object in the sky after jupiter,

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 01:30 AM

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posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 01:39 AM
Well, how much you can trust DailyMail, isn't it just another celebrity magazine.

And I wonder how its possible that it still rounds Sun. It is so big that it could swing off, because Sun´s pull isn't strong enough. Another problem is that it must have been near to Sun at some point, its way too far for gas planet to born, it's atmosphere would freeze eventually.

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 02:44 AM

Originally posted by Thebel
Well, how much you can trust DailyMail, isn't it just another celebrity magazine.

The Daily Mail is a right-wing tabloid. The newspaper for those who think "pakis" should go home, but still like to read which footballer Cheryl Cole is getting f-cked in the ass by.

Regarding Nibiru - I thought according to the pop-theories it was inhabited by the Annunaki? I guess it being a gas giant or a star blows that out the water? Or will we be changing our tune since the mainstream data is pointing towards an uninhabitable mass?

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 02:48 AM
wow...well, I had no idea this would bring such a response, so thankyou all for a healthy-ish debate!

Remember, this is a conspiracy forum, so it shouldn't be such a bad thing to at least ask if this is infact nibiru. That's what this forum is all about right? Conspiracy - the unknown?

So, it seems the general consensus is that this is not nibiru - great!! But I wish people wouldn't get their panties in such a twist. This should have been a healthy discussion. Not an excuse to be abusive, which some have done.

For those of you who brought facts to the table, thankyou!

Like I said previously, no matter what the planet will be named, it's fascinating!

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 03:36 AM
How long before the disclose the true implications of a discovery of this magnitude? Will they wait until other civilized nations attempt to spill the beans? Perhaps over the course of weeks sudden catastrophic earth changes will paint the picture for us, rendering most rights that make America free useless. Perhaps.

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 03:41 AM
I hope, if it's true, the annunaki are peacefull!(doesn't really sound like it though!)

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