posted on Mar, 27 2011 @ 10:40 PM
Originally posted by MrWendal
It is a very common tactic to suggest that "no one could keep this a secret so long" or that "someone would have said something". It can be a
valid point, however it is not completely factual. The Manhattan Project is a clear example that secrets can be kept, and no whistles blown, if it is
the interest of "National Security".
That's not really relevant to the whole Nibiru thing though. The Manhattan Project was done in a secure location by people sworn to secrecy on the
Nibiru, if there, should be visible to tons of regular citizens, with no reason to keep anything a secret. So should the effects it would have on the
A good analogy to the Manhattan Project would be in they were building the bomb in the middle of new york city where everybody could just walk up and
take a look at what they were doing. If they did that, then people would be like "oh yeah I saw the military building an atomic bomb in the middle of
time square yesterday"
Nibiru is supposed to be inside out solar system, up in the sky where anybody that wants to can take a look. THATS why the argument "if it's there
people would have seen/talked about it" holds up perfectly fine in this case.
Several times in Nibiru threads, people have been so sure that it would be visible by (insert random date here) And from the limited attention I give
those threads, I've seen 3 proposed dates come and gone without anything being visible.
How many times do people have to hear/read "By this date they can't deny it any longer because it will be visible to everybody!!!!!!" and then when
that date comes and goes Nibiru STILL isn't there? This keeps happening over and over, yet nobody will admit "yeah, I was wrong, I said I was sure
it was going to show up, I made fun of and insulted the skeptics, and they were absolutely right" I've not heard that once.
20 years from now people will probably still be saying "Nibiru is almost in sight!!! 3 more months and everybody will be able to see it! No denying