posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 04:11 AM
Originally posted by SpearMint
If an asteroid was going to hit in a month there would be no debate, astronomers would be able to confirm.
Though I agree with that in most circumstances, how could you be sure?
What if the asteroid was made of a previously unknown material or composition of materials that reflected almost no sunlight? I guess you would see
disruptions in the light behind the asteroid, unless it cam from a part of space that had no light behind it(meaning it doesn't pass in front of any
stars on its journey here, though I am not sure if this is possible).
Also, don't many Nibiru believers contend that Nibiru is some alien planetoid/craft? Seems that an advanced alien race would have adequate cloaking
devices, correct? I just dont understand why you would expect alien technology that can traverse across galaxies to not have an ability to appear
invisible. I also would assume they have harnessed some "anti-gravity" technology for travel so they could possibly negate any gravitational
affects. Just a thought.
Please understand that I, in no way, believe in Nibiru or anything of the sort. Just curious as to your thoughts on this.