posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 07:43 PM
reply to post by yourmamaknows
No there is no Nibiru. At least no planet/brown dwarf/brown dwarf posing as a supernova remnant/etc. named Nibiru. There are numerous nibirus if we
want to use the Akkadian meaning of the word, which refers to points of crossing, such as at a river. If we want to go with the Babylonian nibiru
there is only one, however we can't really put any kind of distance on it as it is the point in the sky where the ecliptic is highest. However, I
have found your source for the 8 AU claim and even by the second page I am noticing numerous mistakes that no scientist should make. It reads like it
was written by a member of ATS cramming all the false claims that people have made about Nibiru and Elenin into one PDF and trying to call it science.