Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
Originally posted by Dizrael
im not defending either side really, the only FACT we have is
we dont know.
we dont know if it exists
we dont know (if it does) whats its composition is
we dont know (if it does) where it is, or if it will even come close to us, "this time" assuming it has in the past (3600 years ago)
deny ignorance, if we dont the facts, how can you make even an educated guess, one way or the other.
That is the problem. The one agency that could definitely settle this for us, NASA, can't be trusted, and is primarily an arm of the security
Look, in a video in this article (the second video), we have TWO NASA officials talking about going BACK to Mars, they are obviously referring to
manned missions since there are currently so many unmanned ones on the go and planned. How can you trust such people at all?
And there you go again. The crux of your argument is: ONLY NASA.
No, sorry. Again, we (the rest of the people of the planet Earth) do NOT have to depend on NASA.
There are several other space agencies. There are thousands of higher learning places (universities and colleges) around the world with their own
equipment, observatories, etc that have NOTHING to do with NASA or any space agency, and there are hundreds of millions of amateur astronomers around
the world that use optics, IR and yes, even radio astronomy equipment.
Sorry. But NASA does not have a monopoly on everything.
And again, you lack any proof of any object making a 3600 year orbit around the solar system. If there is one, then it has to be a very small object
that can not effect changes on the inner planet's orbits. Which means: even if there is a Nibiru, it will be a neat thing to watch go across the sky
like a small asteroid, and everything else is fear mongering. Period.
As for the: it could be anything, we don't know everything, there for it must be.
Sure, I can use that same argument right now: There are pink unicorns that fly through space, using advanced technology to keep themselves hidden from
us. But I know this for a fact because I read a book from some guy who translated some ancient writing (wrongly) and then published a book (which I
bought so he made money from it), and I've been watching these YouTube videos talking about and warning us of these hideous pink unicorns (never mind
that each time I click on that video, I'm making some guy some money somewhere by clicking on it).....oh and BTW- there is a HUGE conspiracy hiding
these pink unicorns from everyone on the planet......I just KNOW NASA is covering it up, because ONLY NASA could ever see these pink unicorns.
Oh, and Obama signed a executive order saying that no one on the internets can talk about these pink unicorns (who are extradimensional beings that
pop in and out of existence so that only a camera that uses a 33.5 nm EUV filter can capture it......except when I aim the camera at the sun. Then I
get all sorts of pink unicorns showing up on my picture.........
But only if I'm at the south pole.
So you see? Anyone can use that argument and say, because we don't know everything, it must therefore exist. It's a nonsense argument.
We may not know EVERYTHING in the universe, but we DO know orbital mechanics. We do understand (if not the origin) how gravity works and effects other
objects in space.
We also know that people will make up stories and sell them. Professional writers do this all the time when they write fiction. Many have become
millionares from it.