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PLANET X('s inhabitants) - consider this.

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posted on May, 14 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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The only way for life to exist on a planet that drives itself so far out of the system would be to have some genes to turn on and off hibernation for 240000 years... which is insane.




posted on May, 14 2011 @ 09:21 PM
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Originally posted by ballsdeep
I don't buy in to the whole Planet X story; I'm not saying it's not possible I just haven't read anything that really sold the idea to me.
However, working with the assumption that Planet X does exist and its orbit is about to swing it through our system, has anyone considered this:

It seems as though the panic being caused by believers of the Planet X theory is due to Planet X having some sort of catastrophic gravitational impact on planets in our system (someone please correct me if I'm wrong), if this is the case (and planet X is inhabited), couldn't the occupants of said planet be just as affected by the presence of the regular planets in our system? Am I missing something? Or is the fate of potential Planet Xians not a major concern for you promoters of the theory?
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Not everyone believes that Nibiru is inhabited.

Many people believe it is a dwarf star. Which may or may not have its own orbiting planets, which may or may not be inhabited.

I believe the original theory is Nibiru's gravity as it approaches the solar system would send a lot of comets from the Oort Cloud our way. Nibiru wouldn't actually enter the solar system.



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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A cloaking device or other device has to be in use to prevent us from detecting it. The problem is that there are lots of holes in the issue and as each hole is patched the idea of Nibiru becomes more and more convoluted and more and more distant from the original fantasy created by Sitchin.



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 11:35 PM
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seeing as how this thread is a hypothetical thread, why not go all the way, anyone ever heard of/ read "Rendezvous with Rama" by Arthur C. Clark (smart guy that one, predicted satellites before they were made, in the 1950's in a few stories he wrote)

Anyway it was a hollow sphere, without life on board but it is possible, also the part of being visible, depends on it's ability to reflect light. If it's dirty or sooty it wouldn't reflect light and not be visible. on RADAR it might show up or in infrared possibly.

Also if it was hollow it's mass would also be less and therefore not affect gravitation as much even if it was huge, it would affect the orbits of the planets but not to the same degree.

That it may pull comets from the Oort cloud are also possible.

Not saying it's true by any means, Just sayin.............



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 11:44 PM
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How do you suppose, in space, a "hollow" planet would even form? As far as I know, planets form from the accumulation of gas, dust, and rocks which grow and are pressed together by gravity. There is no physical force I'm aware of that would result in a spherical (or other shape of) "shell" that is not solid. This is the same problem the ridiculous "hollow Earth" theories have - it just can't actually happen that way.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:23 AM
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Originally posted by 1000TonBlocks
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Or it could be some giant inter-galactic advertising balloon that broke free from its tethers and wandered into our system



Just joking

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It could be a gang of Vulcans. It could be a planet of apes, it could be happy rainbows with sparkles and stuff.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by ZackZombie
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planet X A.K.A. Nibiru passes by every 240,000 years. which is one quarter of a great year, and every great year is the end and beginning of a new world. 2012 is supposed to be the end of this great year and the closest pass of the planet. each other time the planet disrupted the earth within this great year resulted in cataclysmic events. it brought with it the comet that killed the dinosaurs, it shifted the poles causing the ice age and now its going to pass by even closer causing epic disasters, no telling really whats going to happen but its bad.


What history book did you get this out of?



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:57 PM
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Originally posted by FanarFanar
Planet X is nothing more than a MacGuffin used by doomsday peddlers.

Got to sell, sell, sell those books and DVDs.

2012 will come and go, and they'll be screaming "We're all DOOMED!!!" all over again. They'll wheel out a new MacGuffin and all the suckers will buy more books and DVDs.


THE END IS STILL NIGH!


LOL Eventually someone will have to get it right. Make enough claims and eventually one will come true.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 04:24 PM
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Im not a believer in the planet x theory myself, and thats a good point there mate! Not something I've heard anyone question before.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:39 PM
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Im pretty sure if we expeirence anything so will they.. however I doubt any of our fellow man would care



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:42 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist
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A cloaking device or other device has to be in use to prevent us from detecting it. The problem is that there are lots of holes in the issue and as each hole is patched the idea of Nibiru becomes more and more convoluted and more and more distant from the original fantasy created by Sitchin.


Goddd you are so right.. Sitchins theory of ancient astronauts has no credibility and there's deffiniatly no historical evidence to support his theories..

sorry about the double post



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:35 AM
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maybe its not an actual planet but a metaphor, I'm not here to question that but ....

apod.nasa.gov...

that looks like an X to me, and they claim its a collision
then they claim its a comet... when they were so positive it wasn't
transientsky.wordpress.com...

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edit on 16-5-2011 by Forevever because: no, seriously, I fail



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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I think someone should take the time to name some sources with summarized data, since the OP is curious...

Zecharia Sitchin: Interprets Biblical and ancient texts to tell the story of a planet that is home to the "Annunaki" who came to earth in search of gold. The planet supposedly has a bizarre orbit that takes it into the vicinity of the near-earth planets every once in a while. Sitchin originally postulated a 3,600 year orbit, but is later reported to have said that "we really don't know where the decimal point is" in the Sumerian texts he was using. There are various theories about why such a planet would be able to support life.

Channeled data: Most on this site of course consider this very unreliable. But I see it at about the same reliability level, or better, than ancient texts from any source.

Jelaila Starr has been told by her sources that this "planet" is real but that it is actually a "dead planet" that has been converted into a mother ship. Great reading if you like that sort of thing.

www.nibiruancouncil.com...#

Laura Knight was told by her sources that Nibiru is a lot of bunk, but that the earth has had trouble with comets in the past, and that a certain cluster of comets, when seen from a distance, look kind of like a single body. She was also told that earth has a dark companion star that has a very long orbital period.

I am not familiar with the science on this matter, but it has been gone over a bit already on other posts. Scientists are rather conservative in their communications and usually don't want to say things that will alarm people, unlike various others out there who are making pronouncements on this subject. So I would expect their data to be inconclusive and to include no speculation about inhabitants.



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