reply to post by Human_Alien
By your entire post that I'm replying to, you have just admitted to a belief system (IE a religion or cult). You have shown that you fully believe in
something without any proof of it's existence, but are relying purely on "faith" of it's existence.
There are no ancient texts talking about an extra planet in our solar system. Only one person that badly translated some Sumarian text. So even their
you have not placed your "faith" in an ancient peoples, but in a single modern man who was selling a story.
No one here has said that we have seen all there is to see in our solar system. That is something YOU insist on putting in our mouths.
The majority of us "arm-chair" scientist as you insultingly call the educated portion of us, know very well that there are many things out their
that await discovery.
What we balk at is the idea that their is something that comes in from the outer reaches of our solar system and rains chaos on the Earth every 3,600
years. The reason we balk at it, is there is NOTHING to support this fantasy.
The physical evidence would be dependent up on this mythical planet's size. It it's a big as some would have us believe, the eccentricity in the
orbits of our planets would be very apparent. There would be NO hiding those eccentricities from us "arm-chair" scientist (who by the way actually
get up out of our chairs and use equipment to observe the night sky, tracking, and keeping records of. Do you?)
If it was something much smaller, then it would not introduce those eccentricities.....but then it would not affect the Kuiper Belt objects either
(you said Oort cloud. Wrong. Trying learning astronomy first, as it was Kuiper Belt objects that are being affected, which is much closer than the
Oort cloud). If it was big enough to affect the orbits of the Kuiper Belt objects, then if it comes in and around the sun, it would wreck chaos on the
orbits of the inner planets (and they would stay that way, until changed once again every 3,600 years).
You said you trust the ancients over science. Fine.
Take a look at all the monuments built by the ancients used to track the sun, moon, planets and stars. Many of them are older than 3,600 years. And
they STILL track each of those things just fine with the allowance for progression of the night sky.
Having an open mind is great. Saying you have an open mind, while saying that things like physics, orbital mechanics, and astrophysics is wrong,
isn't having an open mind. It's plugging your ears and screaming "LALALALALALALA!" because it violates your "faith" in what is obviously a
religious belief for you.
That isn't an open mind. That's putting yourself in a box made of dogma of your own making, and denying knowledge that is freely available to anyone
that cares to educate themselves.
Deny ignorance. Actually learn about the subjects that you are dismissing without a second glance.
You and others took time to learn about Nibiru..........why not actually take time to learn about what is actually out there and how things work?
But then that would go against "Faith", which means to simply trust in something, without bothering to actually to see if it's really there, or
learn about it. After all, "Faith" is easy.
Learning is hard.