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Nibiru Confirmed By Scientist

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:35 AM
Thats some interesting stuff you posted but does this mean its going to come in 2012?
Cause I'm pretty sure even the Mayans had something similar to this like a mini version of the solar system and it included a 10th planet.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:54 AM
Interesting, although I think the thread title is a bit misleading...

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 07:41 AM

Originally posted by Essan
Well if this computer simulation 'proves' the existence of 'Nibiru' then we can at least sleep soundly knowing that Nibiru was ejected from the solar systems billions of years ago, long before the planets reached their current orbital configuration or life appeared on Earth, and has never been seen since.

Yeah -- I don't quite get how the OP is connecting these scientists' hypothesis to Nibiru.

What does this potential gas giant have to do with the Nibiru myth? The Nibiru myth talks about a planet with specific orbital characteristics, not just "any old planet". Even if another existing planet is discovered tomorrow, it may have no relationship whatsoever to the Nibiru myth.

The idea that the early solar system had more planets than it does today is not a new idea, nor is it a radical idea -- it's mainstream science.

Therefore, simply finding that another planet once existed (or still exists today) does not necessarily mean a confirmation of Nibiru.

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:42 AM
reply to post by autowrench

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:32 AM
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People

Im saying isnt it possible that this planet once existed in our solar system, maybe early man saw and knew about this planet before it was ejected out of its original orbit this could have been in our night sky and in the past could have been the cause for some huge event.

This if it did exist would have put on some show for anything around at the time and the ripple effect of such an event is what grabs my attention, could this have caused the extinction of dinosours or even the events in the bible who knows but the idea should not be simply wiped under the carpet no matter how scary.

I am not saying this is nibiru but scientist must have some degree of uncertianty about how our cluster of planets formed and this leads me to think maybe the model they have at present is flawed.

Im sorry about the title if its misleading but felt that due to this sites facination on the subject they would enjoy the subject and also think that this proves that the possibility of such a planet isnt outwith the realms of possability.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:36 AM
I can't wait until 01/01/2013. At least then all of this 2012 crap will be over with! Someone will come up with "evidence" of another date, but this is simply getting old.

Will all of you people who keep touting the "end of the world is coming" finally shut up and actually be productive with your lives?

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:41 AM

Originally posted by Veritas1
reply to post by Heartisblack

Im not the OP, but my suggestion, is simple- please don't take this the wrong way, but by observing your screen name, I conclude that you are not a christian or probably don't believe in God, so making peace with Him, is probably out of the question, (everyone can change, however...I did). So the best answer I suppose, if this is true, is to make peace with yourself, your loved ones, friends, or whoever, and live everyday as if it is your last. Take time to smell the flowers. Tell someone how much you care and love them. Do something nice for someone else. If this is true, then nothing ventured, nothing gained. If it isn't true, then there won't be any negative repercussions from that. Maybe we should live everyday as if it is our last, because for some, it is. Peace to you my friend, and have a good day.

How am I supposed to live everyday completely off my head on all sorts whilst driving a supercar into a concrete wall at top speed whilst at climax from my super expensive gob-job???

... Well if it was my last day, I would want to know what I have been missing out on

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:46 AM
reply to post by Xcalibur254

I think I should clear this up nibiru is a term we use today to describe a planet that may or may not exist but what im saying is what if this ejected planet is the cause for the myth.

im not trying to imply that this planet is on a collision coarse with earth or even that 2012 will bring the end of the world, Im only drawing the comparasion between the fact that our solar system may have had another planet who knows what this means, i also dont know why people here on ATS feel the need to disprove any science or experiment that may prove or not the possible existence of other planets.

Im open minded but not to the extreme of fanatic and my opinion is just that.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:50 AM
reply to post by GreatScot

The article in the OP doesn't mention a timescale, but all of the other stuff I read this over the years about other planets inhabiting the early soar system suggests that we're talking BILLIONS of years ago -- perhaps before there was any life on Earth, and definitely before anything other than simple one-celled organisms.

I'm not an expert in orbital mechanics, but I suspect that if this extra planet was there as recently as you are asserting (say as recently as 25,000 years ago when human civilization first started, or even 200,000 years ago, which is the beginnings of the human species), then evidence of its existence would still obviously be noticeable in the orbits of the other planets, based on the admittedly limited knowledge I posses of the workings of the solar system.

I don't think the solar system would have calmed down in such a short period of time as 50,000 or even 200,000 years -- which is just a blink of an eye in cosmic terms. This planet may have existed, but it could have been long before anyone was here to notice it.

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 10:23 AM
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People

Yes this is more than likely but still this scenario but im still very sceptical about all the claims of science about the history and age of life and or our universe there mesurments of our universes age and how why it came to be is very much still up for dabate in my opinion.

If we base all our findings on the sole princible of the big bang, i think that our understanding of this event could still be somthing that is challenged in the future also our universe may have no age or infinite age that is all in the eye of the beholder as age is a mesurment of something we can never fully mesure. The scale origin and workings of our universe may or may not be accurate.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 10:59 AM
reply to post by ELEVATOR7
I'm no expert in any of this by far,but I found your post fascinating.I never knew the theory that the star Alpha Draconis may have lit the Great Pyramid,nor the theory of the 12.This gives me some really good reading material to search for thanks...

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:12 AM
reply to post by LightAssassin

I've read that too at some point but I did have a hard time believing that one, because we are the 3rd orbit (of course) and then there is mars..if tiamat was number 5. at some point that would to also have to involve mars in the earth/tiamat formation scenario..the material wouldn't have just "skipped" mars. and if tiamat was involved in both that would have to be one BIG ASS rocky planet to supply the material for both planets and moons and the asteroid belt. I'm not saying its not possible..just seems pretty unlikely to me. and I would also think that it would be damn near impossible for the material to obtain these fairly neat circular, separate(by quite a long distant) orbits. it would have made much more gravitational sense for them to clump back in a mass in about the asteroid belt region..

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:39 AM
Here is a clip from Thunderbolts Of The Gods, near the end they show how events in our skies were seen all over the planet and I know this is just speculation but why isnt it possible that the ancient saw the aftermath of the last days of the events which the ejection of this planet would have caused.

I think that the death of a gas giant or almost total destruction of a planet like a gas giant would cause amazing phenomenon in our sky which would have been seen maybe by our ancestors.
If someone can get this video to show I would much appreciate it thanks.

Who knows for sure but imagine this happened and caused the death of the dinosaurs and had effects through out solar systems,our very own existance could be credited to this event, and millions of years of evolution and natural selection later our ancestors may have seen the signs, maybestill visable in the sky a long shot but worth considering is it not.
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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 02:55 PM
reply to post by GreatScot i've posted before on ATS, i had a GREAT email conversation with Dr. Scott Kenyon

at Harvard SCA around 2005 where he mentioned groups of southern hemisphere

astronomers looking for just such an object,

to account for our solar system's missing mass....

This was an email reply to me when I asked him about his 2004 Nature Article that

described an intruder like object and early solar system collision...

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:46 PM

Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
Another thought is if a planet is smashed to bits, what happens to its liquid core, does to bounce away and become another planet somewhere else leaving its shattered crust afloat?
If it had a liquid core, I suppose it would solidify, seeing that the conditions were not the same any more and the pressure over the core had disappeared.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:50 PM

Originally posted by ELEVATOR7Whether their whispers would have become expanded into something out of proportion over periods of history cannot be known, but I find the DOGON tribe the most fascinating simply because if you reverse that it actually says NOGOD - intriguing or just babble from me so late at night?

I would like to remind you that not all people speak English, so all those linguistics coincidences are just that, coincidences.

posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:07 PM
reply to post by clutch36hp

How about an impact with 'Nibiru' which destroys Tiamat and sends what is left (Earth) further forward and closer to the sun? Or even past the sun in which case the gravity if the Sun then pulls Earth to a stop where it now sits???

Surely it's feasible.


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posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 01:55 AM
reply to post by matadoor

Someone will just 'revise' the original 12/21/12 date, and keep doing so until something happens that they can attribute to it.

Like the guy who said the Rapture was coming and caused mass panic for some, and he revised his date after nothing happened

posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 11:00 AM
I'm more scared of the fact there is most likely 18 nemesis stars out there amongst the ~350 or so red dwarf stars that scientists have found. There is possibly a nibiru type "lost planet" as well, obviously cannot confirm that, but the above information is almost confirmed at this point.

posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 12:27 AM
reply to post by Veritas1

Your post has both inspired and touched me in a deep place. I too have come to the same conclusions. Thank you. Its good to see another pilot through these shifting winds. I wish and dream for world peace and suddenly I became aware and it hit me, for the past 2 years for me. Its something about totally becoming aware of everything and it just blows your mind, and you can't go back or feel the same again. The first thing I felt was pain for all the pain I have seen, done, and experienced on others and myself during my life. It was like suddenly I realised I did it all to myself and I only hurt myself and so I felt that, I have seen much more than any man should at a very early age, which promted me to change quick or lose everything. But with awareness comes understanding which helps alot. So it makes sense to you and you come out a better man. Grown, more wise, with clearer understanding, so much so that at which point you can start to see the matrix reality vibrating around you if its in a low or disharmanous energy around you, I have noticed I can see it like vibrating black or purple mass, its easy to see when your turn off your lights. But thats for another topic.
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