posted on Mar, 28 2011 @ 09:36 AM
If Nibiru is straight behind the sun, its orbit would be too elliptical, it would be sucked into sun, specially if its so near to it. You know they
are like magnets, both pull each other. Nibiru has smaller mass, but it still affects a bit. And did u know that Sun is circling solar system too, it
doesn't just stay same place. It rounds middle of solar system, although its not far from it. Every planet affects to center of solar system,
And you could see objects near the sun, if u put infrared filter to telescope. It blocks all other light but infrared. If Nibiru is so close to sun,
it should glow like charcoal, cause it gets heat and light from Sun. Cause Brown Dwarf is so black, it doesn't mirror visible light, and this means it
absorbs all the heat, like black wall in sunlight.
And when Nibiru went to inner reaches of Solar system??? We should have seen it even in night when it was passing there. Or it has so weird orbit that
its always behind sun, meaning that it changes its orbit, meaning it somekind of spaceship. I guess this last explanation debunks whole thing.
Here is so called "orbit of Nibiru"
We can see it most of time, if u look that.
edit on 28-3-2011 by Thebel because: (no reason given)