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NASA can't find Planet X
03-09-2014, 10:20 PM #16
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(03-09-2014, 04:37 AM)Not Gumby Wrote:  Too much confusion and overlapping theory on this subject. Nibiru was first coined by Zachariah Sitchin. The Sumerians never Named it. The media and New agers linked the end of the Mayan Long count with it. No correlation.

Visually with the naked eye we humans can see 4 to 5 planets.

So how could a Civilization from 5000+ years ago map out our Solar system, exactly as it is, with the exception of one additional Planet.

They even knew Earth revolved around the sun, not vice versa. Something Galileo was declared a heretic for announcing.

Is it a Planet inhabited by aliens? Who knows.

Im leaning towards Comet or asteroid. As smart as NASA is, they discover new ones daily, usually right before they zip by us.

Open Mind. Keeps you from being Divided.

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A class one civilization,among other things,would be able to harness and control the energy output of its entire planet...

Something that humanity here and now still has not yet been able to successfully accomplish...

A class two civilization,among many other things,would be able to harness and control the energy output of its entire solar system,as well as colonizing numerous planets within...

A class three civilization,among so many other fantastic and wondrous things,would be able to harness and control the energy output of its entire galaxy,as well as colonizing across its vast expanse and they would be able to harvest suns and position them near black holes and channel the immense energy those unimaginably powerful interactions would produce, as well as displaying strange telepathic and telekinetic abilities...

So if the anunnaki really exist as super intelligent and highly evolved and extremely advanced alien entities,theres no reason why this nemesis couldnt actually be their fabricated death star spaceship cosmic battle cruiser traversing throughout the void of ancient light we call outerspace...

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03-10-2014, 05:28 AM #17
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I think its real. I dream about a planet in the sky all the time. Sometimes when it gets too close and it is about to collide, i push it back out to space. Then I wake up.

It has to be real, even when I did not know about nibs, I dreamt about it.

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03-10-2014, 01:58 PM #18
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Theres around a hundred billion stars within a hundred billion galaxies and thats about 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars,but amazingly scientists and astronomers now estimate there are more rogue planets than stars, which mind bendingly means theres probably millions and billions and trillions of Nemesis Planet X's free floating and drifting and elliptically orbiting all over the place out there everywhere...

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/sci...anplanets/
03-10-2014, 02:08 PM #19
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There's no point in thinking or worrying about such a thing if it exists. There would be nothing we could do about it. Better to live each moment as if it's your last and enjoy life to it's fullest.

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03-10-2014, 02:20 PM #20
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I totally agree. cheers.gif
03-10-2014, 02:21 PM #21
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(03-10-2014, 02:08 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  There's no point in thinking or worrying about such a thing if it exists. There would be nothing we could do about it. Better to live each moment as if it's your last and enjoy life to it's fullest.

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http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/sci...anplanets/

If i worried about everything thats actually worthy of worrying about i would be afraid to leave the house...

If i could do something else i would never leave the house either,but thats a story for another thread (*-*)

So i'm not really worrying about it,what would be the point of being afraid of a life destroying interstellar object that the link i posted above more or less proves as being extremely numerous and very real?!

We would be powerless and helpless to prevent a near miss or collision between earth and a cosmic nemesis anyways...

So we better hope that if it does really exist that its an intelligently controlled anunnaki death star spaceship...

Just ask the dinosaurs...

Just ask mars that once was very much like earth...

Just ask the asteroid belt that use to be a planet or moon...

But i certainly do find it very fascinating that our sun may have a companion star thats possibly responsible for the twelve or so mass extinctions that have torn asunder and ravaged this planet earth so far...

Rest assured knowing that you and i are living on borrowed time...

Yesterdays gone,tomorrow never knows,all that really matters is here and now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemesis_(star)




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