posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 03:17 PM
look at this NASA link (and also the link imbedded in the Nasa article I am linking to). This is an article about an asteroid that is a near earth
object. It actually intersects with our orbit.
I was not a big believer in planet X, but I've got to admit, several things about the NASA article bug me.
First, we are always told nothing comes close enought to Earth to hurt us, and that, if there were any planets in our orbit, don't you would think we
would already know it? Then, this article says we just finally confirmed what scientists had suspected, that there was an object that does follow our
Next issue, it says it's on our same orbit, but is always the same distance away from us, so no problem. After reading further, and looking at the
video in the link embedded in the link I embedded, we find that it actually intersects with our orbit (not following or leading in exact same orbit),
and that it's distance from us does vary.
Finally, the articles state that the asteroid was just discovered/confirmed, and later states they are sure it never comes closer than 12 to 15
million miles from us (states two different figures in two different places) and that they know that for sure because the orbit is well defined for
the next 100 years.
Have my reading skills deteriorated that much over the years? Am I missing something or do any of you who go to the link see the same double talk I
see? How can they be sure of all this info about something they just confirmed even exists?