The redundancy of this is annoying...
This is simple people, it has been said countless times, it is common sense, anyone with even basic astronomical skills
know Nibiru is complete trash. Google Sky is NOT a tool to use for ACTUAL PROFESSIONAL OR LIVE space exploration.
It is is a
of numerous images taken by numerous
telescopes or probes over the years.
After that process all the images are pasted on a background with the software providing the correct placement and coordinates.
This method of
how Google does this (as they have admitted themselves and is to be expected anyways) will usually result in missing patches, but more so the missing
patch is because they have no not have that portion of sky available yet.
Not to mention that Nibiru is supposed to be a Brown Dwarf star, [color=lightblue]which is ONLY visible in the infrared spectrum, again basic
So you would not see it by any normal telescope or in the sky as some say "they see the large star at night not, which is of
course Nibiru." THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE, the human eye can not see in the IR spectrum, so that star, which is actually Jupiter or sometimes Venus is not
Nibiru(it could be another star I am not sure but I KNOW it could not be Nibiru because the aforementioned physics).
Also, if it was to be here by 2012 (under 3.5 years away) we would without a doubt be aware of it's effects
being so close. That is basic
celestial mechanics. You can not have a star that is is supposed to be as close as Mars is to Earth (or even as far as Jupiter) be there and not
affect the tides on Earth, the planetary movements, etc(this is called tidal forces and is seen ALL the time in binary and trinary star systems, which
is when one star pulls on the other, similar to how the Moon pulls on Earth). Not to mention it would increase solar flare activity ten fold and then
some. The whole inner solar system would be thrown out of 'wack'. There wold be no way to hide it.
For those that say Nibiru is not a Brown Dwarf and a larger star than the likelihood of it being real is much less then before. Yes I am aware of the
theory that it is in a synchronous orbit behind the Sun and all, but again the chances of that are VERY slim and we would still see very noticeable
effects of the Sun and inner planets. Also during its course from the outer system to the inner system its gravity would have brought MASSIVE amounts
of comets and asteroids out of their standard orbits and Earth and neighboring planets would have been bombarded long ago. Not to mention MANY
astronomers would have EASILY seen it. As MANY have stated Nibiru is not possible because it violates nearly every single solid and rpoven law of
celestial mechanics and stars. The likelihood of planet Nibiru existing is less than 1/1000^10 % IMHO. No need to worry,
Now if you wanna know how it really took off, OTHER than Stichen go to NASAs website and search for "Nemesis". That was/is a postulate that there
could be a dead star or Brown Dwarf, possibly a gas giant in the Oort Cloud, but that is not proven and even then it is not going anywhere.
[edit on 11/7/2009 by jkrog08]