posted on Nov, 3 2013 @ 01:39 PM
reply to post by n120by60w
I for one do actually think that the whole Nbiru mythology is just that a myth but I am not an astrophysicist so there actually may be something out
there, it is possible something passed once through our solar system causing disruption but a star sized object, even a brown dwarf would likely have
caused far more disruption, there are some deviations to the ecliptic of the solar system and some oddity's such as venus where the sun rises in the
west and sets in the east and which has a six month day and night, has a temperature that melts led, metallic snow on it's mountains and an atmosphere
that constantly rains sulphuric acid that never reaches the ground, a surface pressure similar to the bottom of marriana trench and dense enough to
curve light like a fluid, is almost the same size as the earth, has ocean basins (Now dry) and continental highland's, a techtonic plate system like
earth but no moon so how did it form continental drift unless it was once more earthlike with it's own moon, it is in the approximate orbit the earth
will be in about 4 billion years from now (a bad attempt at time displacement to save a future earth if you are a sci fi fan - just saying).
Back to Nbiru these anomolys and other outer planet orbital irregularity as well as the asteroid belt which under normal circumstance would have
dissipated long ago and not hung around for 4 and half billion years unless it has a more recent origin may indicate the possabillity among several
other explanations of a passage of a lare gravitational disturbance through the solar system but it could easily have been an astral fragment (a
burned out white dwarf or a failed brown dwarf too large and fast to captured by sol's gravity, If it is out there however then it may have an orbit
that is variable and under the influence of other stars which as well as making it irregular in appearence may also mean it does not always pass
through the solar system, if the ancient Mesopatamians or a previoue culture observed it there calculations may not have factored these elements into
there equations but then again it may be just a myth.
Still something did disturb the solar ecliptic in the past but only slightly and when you are dealing with slightly on a solar scale then it is very
large on a human scale.
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