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Originally posted by yourmamaknows
Remember this is ranting.
Is it even remotely possible that the sky object approaching is comprised of some condensed matter? When people try to figure out the gravitational effects some say an object six times the size of Jupiter. For a brown dwarf the minimum size mentioned by some is 70% of the size of Jupiter.
Such an object would be visible already. What if the object had six times the mass of Jupiter but was made of some form of compressed matter making it quite small. Size and mass are related usually but not always.
Could Elenin or Nibiru be like a black hole, but not yet with a formed event horizon? Or it could have an event horizon, but what can be seen is matter that hasn't been compressed yet.
This bizarre theory could explain the gravitational effects and the seeming lack of visibility of the object.
I like this better than some kind of resonance theory. Explains mass and lack of visibility.
But this is still a rant.
Originally posted by Ex_CT2
God's kitchen sink!
Oh, wait: Someone already beat me to it....
Originally posted by ELahrairah
Perhaps from Now on all planetary bodies from comets to asteroids to the known planets
should be renamed Nibiru as to avoid confusion................................
No, wait a minute that's an awful idea