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Nibiru - NASA - Modern Science: Correlations

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posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 08:42 AM

In an article entitled "A History of Planet X - From the Present Day Search to the Seeding of Life on Earth", Alan Alford writes that the discovery of new planets in the last two hundred years owes more to mathematics than to bigger telescopes. Mathematical irregularities in the orbits of the outer planets, in particular, strange wobbles and gravitational anomalies noted in the orbits of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, have prompted astronomers over the past hundred years to search for a large planetary body in the outer solar system. Based on mathematical evidence, astronomers have been so sure of the reality of this planet that they named it Planet X. The name stands for the tenth planet, as well as the mathematical symbol for an unknown quantity.

On June 17, 1982, a NASA press release from Ames Research Center officially recognized the possibility of "some kind of mystery object" beyond the outermost planets. Various press releases around this time confirmed that scientists were indeed looking for the infamous Planet X. For instance, Astronomy magazine published an article in December of 1981 entitled "Search for the Tenth Planet," and another article in October of 1982 entitled "Searching for a Tenth Planet." In addition, Newsweek covered the story of Planet X on June 28, 1982 in an article entitled "Does the Sun Have a Dark Companion?" This article implied that the tenth planet actually orbits a two sun (binary star) system, but we cannot see the other sun because it is a "dark" star. The article stated: -"A 'dark companion' could produce the unseen force that seems to tug at Uranus and Neptune, speeding them up at one point in their orbits and holding them back as they pass. The best bet is a dark star orbiting at least 50 billion miles beyond Pluto. It is most likely either a brown dwarf, or a neutron star. Others suggest it is a tenth planet since a companion star would tug at the other planets, not just Uranus and Neptune."

The Washington Post covered the story of Planet X on the front page on December 31, 1983 called "Mystery Heavenly Body Discovered." This story reported that the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) detected heat from an object about fifty billion miles away. A report of an interview with chief scientist Gerry Neugebauer from Jet Propulsion Laboratories appeared in the story.

The US News World Report on September 10, 1984 published an article called "Planet X - Is it Really Out There?"

The media was quiet on the subject of Planet X for the next few years. Finally, an article by R. Harrington in The Astronomical Journal dated October 1988 supplied the details of continuing mathematical modeling of this planet. The article suggested the mysterious planet was three to four times the size of Earth, and its position was three times further from the Sun than Pluto. Mathematical modeling also suggested that Planet X had an extreme elliptical orbit of 30 degrees. A NASA/ARC press release published in Newsweek on July 13, 1987 disclosed that "an eccentric 10th planet may - or may not - be orbiting the Sun." The article stated that NASA research scientist John Anderson "has a hunch Planet X is out there, though nowhere near the other nine." The article concluded, "if he is right, two of the most intriguing puzzles of space science might be solved: what caused mysterious irregularities in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune during the 19th Century? And what killed off the dinosaurs 26 million years ago."

Important scientific facts that you must know:
-The March 16, 1999 announcement by NASA at the 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston of the theory of the origin of Earth's Moon as a catastrophic collision with a "Mars-size planet."
-Hubble's recent discovery of 18 (at last count) stars, and numerous Jupiter-size planets (last count 9) with highly elliptical orbits and retrograde (counterclockwise) orbits. Such orbits are now understood to be quite the norm in nearby solar systems, although they are considered peculiar in our own.
-The 1994 announcement by NASA of a one-mile wide moon orbiting the 33-mile wide asteroid Ida, which follows the expectation that if a planetary body in this solar system exploded (or collided), the debris will be gravitationally bound in orbits around a primary body.
-The discovery of water, atmosphere and perhaps previous life on Mars, the Moon and Europa.
-There is a strange gravitational "pull" on Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, which indicates there is another body of significant size beyond it.

In February, 1999, J.B. Murray presented a paper to the Royal Astronomical Society entitled "Arguments for the Presence of a Distant Large Undiscovered Solar System Planet.

" Murray's paper explored various explanations for what he called a "non-random clustering of long-period comets," which his research concluded are "aligned along a great circle inclined to both the elliptic and the Galactic plane." His paper examined the possibility that this non-random clustering was due to "orbital perturbations by an undiscovered object orbiting within the distances of 30,000 to 50,000 au from the Sun." Murray's mathematical modeling predicted that the object would have a retrograde orbit inclined at 120 degrees. In an October 16, 1999 Economist article entitled "X Marks the Spot," Drs. Murray and Matese, after looking at the orbits of approximately 300 long-period comets, have separately concluded that too many of them are coming from the same regions of space. They suggest that the galaxy's "tidal wobble" is "being modulated by the gravity of something big within the Oort Cloud itself."

1. Link to the 1st Article
2. Link to the 2nd Article

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 09:28 AM
Way to much info just cut and pasted from the sources!

Could you not of summarized it first?

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 09:29 AM
When can you guys get it through your head that nibiru isn't real?

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 09:59 AM
I wonder how all those insurance chiselers are going to get out of paying for this objects damage. Lots of people didn't get paid after Katrina. If you are an investor how do you position yourself money wise?

Where are the bunkers located? The "little people" and the thug security forces will be left on the surface of the planet. Big mess.

Also, say it's early Sept. , does the US fleet put out to sea or come to port?

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 01:26 PM
Before this thread gets too insane, I want to point out a couple of things to the coming swarms of Nibirans, Elenininnies, and Planet Xers:

The Oort Cloud
The Oort cloud is an immense spherical cloud surrounding the planetary system and extending approximately 3 light years, about 30 trillion kilometers from the Sun. This vast distance is considered the edge of the Sun's orb of physical, gravitational, or dynamical influence.

The Oort Cloud is NOT--God forfend--the same thing as the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter; nor even the Kuiper Belt some 30-50 AU from the Sun:

The Kuiper Belt
The Kuiper Belt is a disk-shaped region past the orbit of Neptune extending roughly from 30 to 50 AU from the Sun containing many small icy bodies.

In no fashion, in no possible stretch of the imagination is the Oort Cloud associated with the inner solar system. Just so we're clear on that....

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 04:47 PM

Originally posted by DuceizBack
When can you guys get it through your head that nibiru isn't real?

When they figure out what it IS that's out there mucking about with the solar system.

posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 04:48 AM
reply to post by DuceizBack

Just accepting that Nibiru (or whatever you wanna call it) MAY BE out there would prove that you are an intelligent human being, interested in knowing THE TRUTH.

This new trend of 'home scientists' is going too far. You have no respect for science or the fellow human beings. You are arrogant just because you memorize and reproduce established ideas, thinking this makes you a 'scientist'...but it doesn't.

Work hard, discover a new theory, revolutionize a domain or invent something helpful for mankind and you will earn this status (and the people's recognition). Until then, you are not a scientist.
Also, you will notice a trend. The more knowledge a scientist accumulates, the more humble he/she becomes:

"A human being is a part of a whole, called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest... a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty." - Albert Einstein

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