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Originally posted by rbkruspe
I am sitting here half asleep perusing a site called Sky-map.org and I came upon a photo gallery of galaxies. In it contains a supposed image of Nibiru.
Since when was it considered a galaxy?
Originally posted by Saint Exupery
Didn't you know? Any blob on any sky photo (regardless of what decade it was taken in, let alone the time of day) that is not immediately recognizable to someone who is completely ignorant of astronomical, atmospheric, and photographic phenomenon is automatically "Nibiru".
It's in the ATS rules somewhere. You can look it up.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by rbkruspe
This has been covered before:
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