posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 07:31 AM
It's funny how cereal benders can be considered a prediction of an impossible event. There cannot be a Nibiru as described. Studies of solar system
dynamics make it impossible for an unknown planet to exist that has an orbit that enters the orbits of the known planets.
To be more precise, the Milk Hill crop picture of 2009 seems to show a rare planetary alignment which will only occur once in the near future
on June 1, 2011.
Yes, all alignments such as the current alignment are slightly different. They are also fairly rough. Nothing forms a true line. The best alignment in
recent times was in 2000 when the Earth was destroyed. Oooops. I guess all of the books that made that claim were all wrong.
Interestingly enough, those crop artists counted it in their Milk Hill field diagram as an “extra planet” between Mars and Jupiter. The
unknown object is not Comet Elenin, nor is it Comet Holmes in a second outburst.
Why do they bother to mention comet Holmes when that object is no where close? I guess it makes for good filler. And why do they eliminate comet
Elenin? How does the author of the site know what the cereal bending artists were thinking?
I find it interesting that the author of the webpage compares the drawing to a sextant. My guess is that the person does not know how a sextant is
used or what information it provides.
The second part of Milk Hill on June 23, 2009 showed more of those five planetary orbits, looking up into Earth’s sky using a sextant
A sextant is not for looking up into the sky. It's not well suited to that job.
The third part of Milk Hill on June 30, 2009 showed a series of strange astronomical hieroglyphs that were clearly alien-made
Got to love the effort at chicanery here where the person posts opinion in the form of an "obviously" statement. That often translates to, "I have
no idea how to prove this, so I will gloss over that point."
Perhaps to dispel any possible notion that Phases I and II could have been carved out by local human fakers, using rope and boards, Phase III
of Milk Hill 2009 showed an amazing series of astronomical hieroglyphs, stretching across the green field for approximately 500 meters:
So a geometric pattern that looks like doodling and has no parts that could reveal errors is used on a large scale and thus is evidence of a non-human
effort? The big part that is sprawled a long distance is made so that mistakes are not evident. It's a collection of small pieces.
Time for a palm to face move.