posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 06:26 PM
Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
...James gets into great detail about NASA misinformation/disinformation - and he also later gets into Planet X info. He outlines why there are
actually thousands of Planet X's out there in our solar system, when NASA first starting looking for planetary like bodies past Pluto they found
almost 40 right away, and discovered thousands now, and statistically some of them must be larger than Earth.
While the fact that there are large astronomical bodies out past Pluto is of course true (such as Eris, which is larger than Pluto and would have been
the 10th planet if Pluto did not get demoted), what does that have to do with Nibiru?
Eris is Eris. It is not Nibiru, nor does it exhibit any of the qualities that Nibiru is supposed to exhibit. There are also other Kuiper belt bodies
and trans-Neptunian bodies out there such as Sedna, Makemake, Haumea, Quaoar
It is no secret these objects (and probably hundreds or thousands more) exist. In fact, the discovery of Eris was practically front page news, since
(as I said above) it WOULD have been the 10th planet if Pluto and Eris were not re-classified as "dwarf planets". In fact it was the very discovery
of Eris and Sedna (and the idea thta many more similar objects existed) that was the death nell for Pluto's reign as the 9th planet. The
International Astronomical Union (IAU) figured that if Pluto remained a planet, and all of those other objects similar to Pluto were considered
planets, then there would soon be 11, 12 or 13 planets, and in the years to come, there may be dozens or hundreds of planets.
So instead of having dozens or hundreds of small objects past Neptune being called "planets", in 2006 the IAU instead created a new class of objects
called "Dwarf Planets", of which Eris is the largest.,,
...So Pluto could blame the discovery of Eris for being kicked out of the "Planet Club".
But, like I said, these trans-Neptunian objects have nothing at all in common with the Nibiru myth. And yeah -- I suppose there COULD be a much
larger planet-sized object out there in the Kuiper belt (one truly deserving to be the 9th plant), but even if it DOES exist, it is not Nibiru.