posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 02:19 PM
A feature of our solar system is it's high level of stability. The stability grows over time but all it takes is one pass of a massive body to
disrupt this balance. This would leave it's signature for a billion years.
Logic and Newtonian physics dictate that no massive bodies are on eccentric orbits in our solar system. Now there may be a planet or 3 that have been
kicked out to very long period orbits but they are also stable orbits or the whole system would be unstable.
It's intriguing to me that we see comets coming in that have never been to the inner solar system before. One coming October '13 that I'm looking
forward to. I believe that means there is something with the mass of at least a moon to kick the orbits of Ort cloud or Kuiper belt objects inward.
Maybe someone will find it?
The orbital period of Nibiru as it's described is physically impossible. The inhabitants would be Popsicles anyway.