Originally posted by sarek
How is this Nibiru theory still around?
Originally posted by SolidGoal
reply to post by defcon5
What is funny about the OP and all the nibiru/planetx hacks, is as soon as someone post a logical comment concerning gravitational perturbation caused by another massive body present in our solar system (like Pauligirl did on page 2) it always get conveniently ignored.
Originally posted by TheProphetMark
Originally posted by GrimReaper86
reply to post by PlanetXisHERE
there is a lot of crop circles...that could easily be a coincidence....I mean they're just 3 circles....lots of crop circles have 3 circles in them...
The question you should be asking is, who is making these crop circles
Notice my icon? I'm looking up and right back down at you? There's a reason why I'm using that icon. Do I have to make myself any more clearer? The crop circles are warnings for all of Humanity.
Originally posted by sarek
How is this Nibiru theory still around? If a planet were that close to us, there would be drastic effects taking place that we would all feel. The rotation of the earth would be altered so severely that the sun would rise and set at the wrong time.
The iris (plural: irides or irises) is a thin, circular structure in the eye, responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupils and thus the amount of light reaching the retina. "Eye color" is the color of the iris, which in humans can be green, blue, or brown. In some cases it can be hazel (a combination of light brown, green and gold), grey, violet, or even pink. In response to the amount of light entering the eye, muscles attached to the iris expand or contract the aperture at the center of the iris, known as the pupil. The larger the pupil, the more light can enter.
Iridescence is an optical phenomenon of surfaces in which hue changes in correspondence with the angle from which a surface is viewed. Iridescence is often caused by multiple reflections from two or more semi-transparent surfaces in which phase shift and interference of the reflections modulates the incidental light (by amplifying or attenuating some frequencies more than others). This process, termed thin-film interference, is the functional analog of selective wavelength attenuation as seen with the Fabry–Pérot interferometer.
In Greek mythology, Iris ([pronunciation?]; Ἶρις) is the personification of the rainbow and messenger of the gods. She is also known as one of the goddesses of the sea and the sky. Iris links the gods to humanity. She travels with the speed of wind from one end of the world to the other, and into the depths of the sea and the underworld.
"Arco iris" and "arco-íris" are the words for "rainbow" in Spanish and Portuguese, respectively, where "Arco" means "bow" in English
Iris is represented either as a rainbow, or as a young maiden with wings on her shoulders. As a goddess, Iris is associated with communication, messages, the rainbow and new endeavors.