posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 12:15 PM
Originally posted by Iam'___'
reply to post by eriktheawful
At last, somebody that has actually addressed the issues in the video!
Well done to you for actually respecting the op, I had to trawl through everybodies opinion (which wasn't asked for and i find disrespectful that
they were forced on this thread) beforehand, as I did watch the video. I have zero skill in astronomy and rarely enter these sort of threads so was
just as curious as the OP. Finaly an answer.
You are welcome.
This video has been addressed many times in other threads, and once it's shown that SOHO moves too so that the perspective changes, the thread
normally dies out, or turns into what we are seeing now in the discussion, which is no longer about the video at all, but instead yelling back and
Yes it is!
No it isn't!
The bottom line is: every single piece of evidence that posters here on ATS have used to show that there is a planet called Nibiru and that it is
changing things has been debunked over, and over.
I don't mind people trying to prove it's there. Maybe one day they'll find something that can't be debunked. But the point is that most of the
people that show up with their evidence are not people like me: amateur astronomers that actually take astronomy, orbital mechanics seriously.
YouTube videos of "Nibiru" are normally posted by those that do not seem to take many things into account:
Cosmic Ray Strikes.
Understanding Orbital Bodies
Actual knowledge or formal education in Astronomy.
It would be much better if someone that does understand these things, were to post actual data supporting their claim to having found Nibiru or it's
affects on other planetary bodies.
But sadly, all we normally have is people posting YouTube videos made by people that don't seem to understand how these things work (or worst, do,
and are just making a video to get the hits they want on their YouTube channel), people making claims that things look wrong in the sky, and then we
find out those people claiming that are not people that actually understand astronomy and orbital mechanics. Or those that seem to think that there is
some great conspiracy involving governments, and literally hundreds of MILLIONS of people who study astronomy both in a formal setting (universities
and observatories) or casual environments (amateur astronomers with their own equipment).