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

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posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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Woah this is way more than I expected to find.. So you guys are saying this planet is REAL?, and 4 times the size of JUPITER?? Holy cow... The Nephilim.. arent they those giant skeletons we found buried somewhere? If the planets really that big.. I guess you'd have to have a larger bone structure to survive under the intense gravity... right? Scary D:




posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by RickTheSeeker
Woah this is way more than I expected to find.. So you guys are saying this planet is REAL?, and 4 times the size of JUPITER?? Holy cow... The Nephilim.. arent they those giant skeletons we found buried somewhere? If the planets really that big.. I guess you'd have to have a larger bone structure to survive under the intense gravity... right? Scary D:


hy·po·thet·i·cal/ˌhīpəˈTHetikəl/
Noun: A hypothetical proposition or statement: "Flynn talked in hypotheticals, tossing what-if scenarios to Kernaghan".
Adjective: Of, based on, or serving as a hypothesis.

Required reading.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 12:48 PM
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Dont quote the damned dictionary to me, makes me want to not even consider your reply. Im trying to learn about it, your definatley not getting your point across to people snubbing us like that. Dont bother replying to my posts please, your negativity is NOT welcome. Thank you :I



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 01:01 PM
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Originally posted by RickTheSeeker
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Dont quote the damned dictionary to me, makes me want to not even consider your reply. Im trying to learn about it, your definatley not getting your point across to people snubbing us like that. Dont bother replying to my posts please, your negativity is NOT welcome. Thank you :I


Well, I'm terribly sorry. Not anyone's fault but your own that you jumped the gun and didn't even read the first post, judging from your initial response.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 01:02 PM
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Then let me try to make it a little more clear. Tyche is a hypothetical planet proposed by two scientists from University of Louisiana at Lafayette. They originally proposed the Nemesis hypothesis, which discussed at brown dwarf 50,000 AUs away that was responsible for periodic mass extinctions. As time has passed this hypothesis had a lot of evidence going against it, so much so that the founders abandoned it. Tyche is the replacement, a gas giant 25,000 AUs away. It has not been discovered however. What is being said is that if it exists it could possibly be in the WISE data. Nibiru believers have taken these facts and twisted them around to use this as proof of Nibiru. It's much the same as the 1983 Washington Post article Nibiru believers use as support for their theory, which is far from the truth.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 01:06 PM
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THANK YOU thats what I was looking for, yes I did read 3/4 of the posts but the kept going over the same facts so I didnt read the rest, SORRY for being human, bet you didnt think of that Nyx :/



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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So its just another gas giant that should be there that the fanatics went and dubbed Nibiru. Figures lol, Ill have to at least read up on Tyche myself. So theres no danger at all KNOWN to us about comets in the OOrt ice cloud?
edit on 2-4-2011 by RickTheSeeker because: was wrong



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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Most scientists don't even agree that Tyche should be there. If it does exist it won't affect the comets of the Oort Cloud and would never come closer than 25,000 AU. The reason it was dubbed Tyche is because it was the benevolent sister of Nemsis.



posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Originally posted by Kryties
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'millions of light years away' would put it in another galaxy - considering our own galaxy is only 26,000 light years across then methinks you should revise that figure a little. Its possible its far enough away to be halfway between us and our closest star 'Proxima Centauri' (V645 Centauri) which is 4.2421 light-years away from us.

If the object was massive enough it could certainly have an influence on our solar system even at 2 light-years distance. If this object was in an elliptical orbit, it is VERY possible that the inner planets could accelerate an incoming object so that it traverses the solar system itself quickly.

Again, I should stress I am not saying I believe in 'Nibiru' or 'Planet X' - I am simply pointing out that mathematics DOES suggest its possible - not only that it exists but that its speed could be accelerated once it came into the solar system from its elliptical orbit - and equally that it would slow down again as it exited.


Our galaxy ( The Milky Way) is 100,000 light years across.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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One thing about Nibiru concerning NASA: Why do you think NASA is telling you that it does NOT exist ? NASA is known for its cover-ups in the past and ofcourse they would cover THIS up ! They aren't going to tell the world. (and trust me people from around the world go on Youtube, it is probably THE largest video database on the web) NASA isn't going to tell everyone about extraterrestrials if they spotted them either !



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by ButterCookie
Our galaxy ( The Milky Way) is 100,000 light years across.


Yes, I got that fact wrong. But even 100,000L/Y is nowhere NEAR 'millions of light years'.

So my point remains the same.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 10:41 AM
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One thing about Nibiru concerning NASA: Why do you think NASA is telling you that it does NOT exist ? NASA is known for its cover-ups in the past and ofcourse they would cover THIS up ! They aren't going to tell the world. (and trust me people from around the world go on Youtube, it is probably THE largest video database on the web) NASA isn't going to tell everyone about extraterrestrials if they spotted them either !


Is it possible NASA is not telling you that it exists because it actually doesn't exist? What's more, NASA would be the first to publicize extra-terrestrial life. It would probably make a good argument for more money.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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NASA is known for its cover-ups in the past


Please provide evidence for this. Otherwise, it didn't happen.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 01:43 PM
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Yes but in all fairness (fairness being the operative word), if this thing was real, it'd be buried so damn deep that even the core of the Earth would have trouble locating it.



You have to laugh, or else you'd cry. As the saying goes...



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 01:44 PM
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Please provide evidence that you are a real person.



ETA - this is a one-liner with a fair point involved hence it's not a waste of posting space....



edit on 25-9-2011 by FlyInTheOintment because: forgot the smiley - the other poster may have thought I'm picking a fight!!



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 01:47 PM
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Seriously? Seriously?
Why would NASA, a primarily military asset, want to publicise findings of this magnitude at this stage of the game?

Sheesh.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 02:15 PM
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I understand the Oor cloud is much more distant that 50,000 AU, because 50,000 AU is only .79 LY.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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Exactly what is this 'magnitude' you refer to? What's so earth shattering about a planet that far away? What the big deal?

All you are doing is asking everyone else to verify, why don't you for a change. It's childish to deny everything, and quite an easy argument base.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 02:59 PM
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Seriously? Seriously? Why would NASA, a primarily military asset, want to publicise findings of this magnitude at this stage of the game?


I think you need to learn a little bit more about NASA and where it fits into the structure of the US government. It is a civilian agency, not a military asset. The Pentagon and intelligence communities have their own space programs, you know.

NASA's ability to function depends on funding from a very fickle, cost conscious Legislative Branch. They desperately need a "big discovery" in order to loosen up the purse strings. That's why they keep calling press conferences to announce that they may have found an Earth-like planet or that there might be pond scum on Mars. Anything to justify a few more dollars here or there. What they most certainly do not need is to be caught with their trousers down when something huge happens. You know, like an asteroid crashing to Earth or a gigantic planet suddenly materializing in orbit. It just might make them look incompetent.

Why do you suppose they announced that a satellite was going to de-orbit this week-end? Wouldn't that be just the sort of thing they would try to cover up? After all, if it landed in the Pacific, no-one would know. If it landed on a city, they could act all surprised and say: "Oops. That was NORAD's fault."



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 03:57 PM
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Erm... News of x (to the increasing power unexpected/ grand/ severe) = increasing orders of magnitude re: impact on Humanity.

I'm no mathematician but that's a simple equation I can relate to.

Confirmations of a Tyche-like object, or worse, a body caught in eliptical orbit passing close by every however many years, would spark a revival of interest in the Nibiru hypotheses. So yeah, I stand by my words. In as much as any of us can be sure of anything, I'm sure NASA would have little interest in releasing (or clearance to release) such news at this stage of their game.

Cheers.

FITO.





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