posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 04:55 PM
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by phantomjack
Can you please point out the similarities between a hypothetical planet that has an orbit of 3600 years and a comet that may not even return due to
the eccentricity of its orbit and if it is a long-period comet its orbit will most likely be several million years?
Well, in order to prove that theory, one would have to assume that ELE is a comet to begin with. Also, we would have to rely on the data that NASA is
feeding us as truth.
We don't know if the orbit is eccentric. From what I have seen in the JPL model is a pretty nicely rounded orbit, up until about a week ago when
mysteriously, those lines turned into adjusted trajectories. Why? Did the path actually change, or was the data wrong?
If you look back at history and the events that took place in and around 3500 and 3600 years, you will note rather traumatic events on earth. But one
would have to believe the writings, in order to conclude that the events happened. Just to name a few on the timeline are the great flood, atlantis,
exodus and the plagues. Of course, we can only go back so far.
Then you have to look at the archeological findings as well, like, earliest man being traced back to 13000 BC in North America. What happened to man
before then? 13000 BC is on the 3500/3600 rotation cycle, relatively.
Look at archeology in general. We still can't explain why pyramids were built all over the globe? Stone structures like Stonehenge. Why? Were the
people of the time building structures of stone because they knew stone would survive the cycles and that they, civilization, would be pretty much
Why has NASA speculated that our sun was a binary star?
Why did NASA speculate about Planet X back in the early 80's only to never talk about it again?
There are many questions that are unanswered as far as I am concerned.