posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 08:11 AM
After watching the videos supplied within this thread, combined with my rudimentary knowledge of the solar system (its all fifteen years outdated,
after all), I've developed a theory concerning how a massive planetoid could go unnoticed. We all know about the supposedly gargantuan orbit this
celestial body follows, but little has been put forth about its velocity. From what I know of relativity, if it were to be near or matching the speed
of the Earth as it orbits, and if it were (as the OP video suggested) aligned to chase the Earth around the sun, it should remain quite unnoticeable
except by Kepler, perhaps. Of course, I wouldn't hold my breath for NASA to be honest. It would appear faint and then bright, like a nova, with
little or nothing to suggest its size or position save gravitic shifts.
However, despite this and the other evidence put forth in the thread, I remain unconvinced. I do believe that there is a large, unknown planet within
our solar system; the planetary wobble of Neptune pretty much seals that. However, two things would already have been seen if something as large as
Nibiru supposedly is were to move further into the solar system: Firstly, the outermost planets wobble would decrease significantly, and secondly,
the inner planets and their moons would wobble more violently as the object approached and passed. To my knowledge, this has not happened, so I
can't really believe that a massive planetoid is approaching.
The images of the magnetosphere are something I cannot explain. Either they were manufactured, or something as of yet unknown, perhaps a force of
nature never witnessed, HAARP, or dark matter is affecting our little rock.
Would that I could go right out into orbit and take a look myself, but I can't.