reply to post by acesup67
Yes, thank you for bringing that up. I was just about to mention that nothing is certain, and that is the only thing I am certain of. Death? Sure, why
not. We can allow that one since I don't feel like going into the reasons why we cannot be certain of even this.
So, of the (nearly) infinite things we cannot be certain about, one of them would have to be the existence of Nibiru or Planet X, or any other
hypothetical object we cannot see. And I happen to gave a few plausible scenarios that would allow both a) its existence, and b) our inability to
detect it as of yet...
Perhaps Nibiru is indeed "out there", and coming our way... Yes, that's right. It could be headed in our direction at this very moment!!! But don't
worry just yet. Because, being that we cannot see it, a reality where such a thing exists, it must be very far away. Yes, I am proposing that there is
a possibility that it exists, but it hasn't gotten close enough yet for us to see it, or notice it. That's definitely possible, right? Maybe it won't
come for another 1,000 years...which, if you pay attention, that's what Sitchin actually said!
Another option we cannot be certain about, is that "nibiru" may not be as big as we thought... Maybe it is a matter of months until it's arrival. But
maybe it just isn't a planet. Maybe its a comet, that, when it gets close enough to the sun, enough outer meterial sheds off to make it look bigger.
Maybe its a unique type of comet that gives off a reddish color glow when it sheds some outer material, or a rogue icy moon... Or something new we
have not yet classified.
You see, there is so much that we cannot be certain about (EVERYTHING), that we have to allow the possibility of many things we do not understand
(ANYTHING). Including the possibility that this Nibiru thing just may be real.
We know that there is a great likelyhood that it is not both a) giant, and b) inside our solar system, but even then...strange things sometimes
happen, even in the world of science... I'm with you all the way as far as saying that there is a great likelihood, 99.9% or more, that a and b cannot
co-exist. However, a great likelihood is not the same as "certain". And as you dutifully reminded us, there is nothing that is certain, except, in
your opinion, death.
Thanks for commenting here. This has been fun. Please do not refrain from pointing out any spelling OR grammer errors of mine as I am always trying to
better myself so I always appreciate the generosity in others who would choose to share their knowledge with me. I only hope I possess the necessary
brain power and memory retention to make room for, and make good use of such gifts when they are bestowed upon my humble being.
Peace and War
Love and Hate
Hope and Dispair
Light and Darkness,
Enigmato Maximillian V
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