Is planet Nibiru set to directly collide with Earth in 2012, if not then why are all images of...
its location blurred out on Google Earth sky?
Who really knows? As you probably know you will find different informations about it. Actually we should have seen the planet very often and clear this year. But did we?
What is it about these blurred out locations. I have never heard about them?
maybe this will help:
http://astrobiology.nasa.gov/ask-an-ast … nd-answers
Where can we find more information about these blurred locations? I think the given NASA article settles questions regarding Niburu pretty well.
For further info. on the blurred out images see this YouTube video;
I have direct word from Enlil that Niburu is not due to come around again for another 600 years.
The whole Nibiru phenomenon was capitalized by Zacharia Sitchin (I think that was his last name). He ran with the idea when Carl Saga that paleo-contact was a feasible theory (aliens making contact with ancient humans or their ancestors). Sitchin uses faulty reasoning, suggesting that because Sumerians had wall writtings that look like rocket ships to us that means that's what they are. Think about it, would it be possible for rocket ships to travel such great distances? And why would or how would aliens come up literally with our same designs.
Keep in mind though, Sumerian mythology is odd in that they did correctly deduce how the moon was formed! Otherwise, I'd say Nibiru doesn't exist anymore, if it ever did. I also plan to publish a hub on this very topic.
I agree with NASA that the planet does not exist.
If a planet as large as Nibiru is supposed to be was in a rogue orbit through our solar system or universe, it's gravity would seriously effect other celestial objects in it's path. We would be seeing the evidence of that right now. Instead, we do not see any evidence today. If it was one year out from us, it's effect would already be clearly seen.
You would not need a telescope to see the gravitational influence such a planet would have. It would be visible to the naked eye now, and it's not.
This is all a hoax propagated by people who would like to make a profit.
by Simon Cook 6 years ago
...with Earth? And if so, why haven't they tried to send us a message!
by Richard J ONeill 6 years ago
Do you think planet x or Nibiru is really going to smash into Earth?It is said to have a massive eliptical orbit which passes earth every 3600 years. Will it pass us and clip us this year? 2003 was supposed to be the year but it never came.
by Myn Is Me 6 years ago
Was the Moon ever a part of the Earth?
by hulaboy808 8 years ago
Is the Moon eventually going to collide with earth, or escape from it?We spend a lot of time worrying about rogue comets... maybe our real fear should be that giant hunk of green cheese we see up there every night.
by zackdeck 7 years ago
When will the world end?Do you believe in the scientist who say the last year is 2012, or do you have another theory, let it be known!
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