posted on May, 21 2012 @ 06:16 AM
Are you trying to tell me that there is some other mass of rock out there that, out of the kazillions of stars and the insurmountable area of space we
can imagine, and it happens to fall in an area where we, as miniscule gnats crawling on a ball of our own dirt, may or may have not had the ability to
perceive, albeit as awkward the reasoning is, and that somehow this constitutes a mass of such importance that it ventures into and then out of our
own solar system yet has the succinct inability to affect any orbit of any of the known bodies we already map in their journey through space?
No way. I don't believe you.
It must be nibiru, planet X, walter cornkite in a very silly wig...
It has to be.. No way there can be other things besides what we, the rulers of known science, already know.
Bah humbug sir, I say to you. Humbug indeed.
(shhh even if we have 15 planets orbiting sol, none of them is nibiru.)