posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 11:37 AM
Originally posted by Anthem0
Originally posted by abeverage
Nibiru is a trans-dimensional planet!
YEP It has to be. Even though these have not yet be proven by science it explains a lot!
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This could actually be true. I don't know much about Nibiru (I hadn't even heard of it until recently), but I do know much about dimensionality,
time, and space; and planets absolutely could, and probably do, work this way.
kudos. You've given me much to ruminate on.
Yes, after you throw logic and reason out, the only alternative is the absurd and un-plausible!
If Planets wink in and out of existence (on our dimensional plane at least) would we have witnessed any of the 8 or so in our solar system displaying
What I meant by my comment is either science and observation (by amateurs as well) is faulty and even the average persons senses is incorrect. Or (and
there is a note of sarcasm) only a few people can see a planet that defies the known laws of this Universe, and only a select few (or people who
believe themselves special) have actually witness something that would otherwise be impossible.
I have yet to see ANY evidence to convince me that people are witnessing this phenomenon. ZERO!
I have however seen crude attempts to either hoax, fool or otherwise sham people into believing it is for real or absolute ignorance on how a camera
works! I have seen more compelling evidence to Bigfoot, UFO's, and Nessie then I have yet to see of Nibiru thus compelling me to say it is a Hoax!
And a sad hoax at that...Most phenomenon I mentioned like Bigfoot or Nessie is not malicious or playing upon peoples fears even UFO's do not have as
much of Doom and Gloom surrounding them, believers in Nibiru are worse then NWO conspiracists as if there was a planet headed our way NO ONE will
escape it! But the bigger problem is if there was a Planet headed our way Amateurs would see it, which makes either them or the Nibiru believers seem
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