Originally posted by Erongaricuaro
Didn't everybody on ATS already bat around Nibiru/Planet X and call it bunk? Is this different now because it didn't arrive sharply on time 21
December last year? What, are we waiting on a bus or something?
Someone will argue that Nibiru is a planet, though they would consider it a fictitious one, not a solar system. I have always understood it to be a
solar system or a planetary/lunar system. What is the difference but a matter of degree? What is Jupiter and its moons, or do all the astrophysicists
in agreement again?
Because someone's solar system invasion theory forgot to dot an "i" the sceptics declared it all bunk.
Now they think its here?? Sheeeesh.
Feels like something is just around the corner. Don't know what it is exactly but I am not ruling out much of anything as a possibility. "Believe"
any of this or not it doesn't hurt to be a little bit prepared for come-what-may.
Well, wake me up when the bus rounds the corner and everyone thinks they can see it. I've had my token ready all along, just in case.
edit on 19-2-2013 by Erongaricuaro because: (no reason given)
If it were true, we know there would be paid posters on here to debunk. So those who debunk it, does anyone actually know who they are? Apart from
the site owners and executives, isn't there only one poster whose identity is probably known, Jim Oberg?
All I know is that in the last three years we have seen extreme tectonic events, extreme weather events, extreme cosmic events, multitudes of
sinkholes, extreme animal die-offs, strange unexplained noises, massive chemtrailing, abrogation of the Constitution; to anyone paying attention
something is up.
The American Meteor Society reported...
2012 - 2,219 fireballs detected
2011 - 1,628 fireballs detected
2010 - 951 fireballs detected
[link to www.space.com]
2009 - 694 fireballs detected
2008 - 726 fireballs detected
2007 - 588 fireballs detected
2006 - 517 fireballs detected
2005 - 463 fireballs detected
5,492 fireballs reported in the last 4 years.
Of these 5,492 fireballs--
40.4% were reported in 2012
29.6% were reported in 2011
17.3% were reported in 2010
12.6% were reported in 2009
Did I mention the EARTHQUAKES?
1907 - 1949
8.6+ earthquakes = 0 earthquakes for 42 years
1966 - 2003
8.6+ earthquakes = 0 earthquakes for 37 years
2004 - 2012
8.6+ earthquakes = 6 earthquakes
55.5% of the largest 9 earthquakes have occurred in the past 8 years!
33.3% of 8.8+ magnitude earthquakes since 1900 occurred from 2010-2012.
See where the PTB have deleted the website that used to contain the animal die-off info:
Fireballs on the rise link
Mass animal die-offs:
Animal die-off link
Sinkholes increasing ocurrence link
Something is up. What and when are the questions.