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Originally posted by bicklp
Anybody know what this is on the left of the image
Taken from SOHO
Originally posted by GhostLancer
Here is my question: why can Nibiru only been seen in the morning? The Earth revovles around the sun. Eventually, we're going to be at an angle that allows us to see it, right? Unless Nibiru is on some weird orbit that perpetually keeps it on the other side of the sun? If that were the case, then it wouldn't be heading right for us. Venus can be seen at night, during the right times, very brightly. I'm not an astronomer, but I just don't understand why the constraint of "You can only see it in the morning" exists. WHY is that?
I am all for looking out for Nibiru and finding something new. But, that wishful thinking is tempered by a healthy does of skepticism. The skeptic in me is wondering why a brown dwarf can only be sighted in the morning, near the sun. One would imagine that our orbit and rotation would eventually make Nibiru visible. Further, some folks have mentioned that chemtrail spraying is meant to deter viewing... Really?
Would love clarification.