posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 06:03 AM
reply to post by agentofchaos
We blew Nibiru up Thanksgiving Day, as it was in Perihelion around the sun. The fools, thinking we hadn't advanced as far as we had, took our
technology to still be hundreds of years behind. They probably thought we hadn't even discovered the uses of gunpowder yet. So as they swept from
under, then arcing over the sun, we zapped the entire monstrosity with a scalar wave pulsed weapon, and turned it into a puff of talcum powder zipping
around the universe at 100 miles per second or whatever it is, with all the Annofknockers getting blown to smithereens.
Sure, they were technologically much more advanced than us.
They just didn't understand that even a lone nut can get off a good shot once in awhile, and take out the much more powerful king.
Call me when the next rogue planet is on the way. It is my prefered ELE scenario. If we all gotta go together, I want a giant planet screwing with
our orbit as it drifts close by. Could we get sucked out of the sun's orbit and become a moon around another planet, drifting forever away from the
sun, or into the sun? Is it possible in the realm of science? Astronomers do think there are rogue planets/bodies born of every solar system in the
Milky Way. Chance of close encounter is remote because of the vastness of space, but possible?