posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 06:20 PM
Originally posted by Oxygenation
looks pretty real to me folks...
how does science know what a planet in close proximity to ours would do..?
What if Nibiru is hollow.. what if planet x is made of cheese.. would it still have an influence on the earth.. or just the mice and rat population?
Also how do you know if you would be able to see it from anywhere other than the Antarctic?
Have you been there? Where i live i hardly see any stars in the sky yet there are billions out there..
Not everything can be explained..
You are failing to understand, or choosing to ignore, the laws of physics.
Think about it this way... the moon being on one side of the planet, over 200K miles away, changes the ocean's tides by several feet on the other
side of the Earth. If that "planet" in the video were made of cheese, which is still mass, it would be closer than the moon to see it like it is
seen in the video. The effects of a body of mass that large, cheese or rock, would have a cataclysmic effect that would destroy the entire planet in a
matter of days, if not hours.
While I admire your open-mindedness, I would suggest you try to stay grounded. Being too open-minded allows your brains to fall out. Not everything
can be explained, true, but the current laws of physics and Kepler's Law regarding planetary bodies can explain this situation rather easily and has
been studied by countless scientists for centuries.
Let's not forget... while velocity is based on frame of reference, the Earth is moving around the Sun at 30K mph, the solar system (as far as we
know) is moving around the Milky Way at around 450K mph, and the Milky Way is moving through space at (it's believed) around 1.2M mph. Think about
that when considering what it would take for a PLANET to just "show up".