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2010-11-24 05:42:50

There is no such planet. This is all a myth.

The only thing I could find on Nibiru is Wormwood a star that is mentioned in Revelations. People say it's going to arrive here in 2012 and cause a poleshift, but personally I think it's a bunch of Bull. Nibiru is not the planet you are looking for, it is Marduk or Planet X which are the same.

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There is no planet Nibiru. It is a myth, so any depictions of size or color would be fiction. (see related link)


Nibiru doesn't exist. It's not close to Earth or any other planet.


Yes, absolutely. There is no planet, or asteroid, or any celestial object named "Nibiru", and the specifications given to "Nibiru" cannot exist. "Nibriu" was the name of a Babylonian god of the underworld; perhaps that's an appropriate name for a mythical but scary non-planet.


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Nibiru is (in the Akkadian language) the name for Planet Jupiter, So it does exist.As planet X or doomsday 2012, no reputable investigator recognizes the existence of any such body. It doesn't exist.The technical concept from Babylonian astronomy doesexist.If you are referring to Nibiru the "doomsday" planet hypothesized by Zecharia Sitchin and others, there is no such thing, and no "mainstream" astronomer recognizes such an object because there is no evidence it exists. Any large planet in the solar system close enough to affect us would have been discovered long ago. Any images or videos of such a planet you might see on the internet are simply hoaxes or something else entirely.


Yes and no. "Planet X" is a designation given temporarily to any new planet with no name. It does not refer to a specific planet, and once a planet is given a name, 'Planet X' is discarded as a title. Several planets, including Pluto, have been referred to as "Planet X."Supporters of the Nibiru Cataclysm Theory sometimes claim that "Planet X" is NASA's method of keeping "Nibiru," a mythical, large planet-like object, secret, as part of a cover up. There is no scientific foundation for this "theory."


That's a rather difficult question; "Planet X" is a temporary title that may refer to any planet that may or may not exist, or does not have a permanent designation. Therefore, as "Planet X" may be any newly found planet that has yet to be confirmed, it may have nearly anything on it. For a while, Pluto was referred to as "Planet X," but was then verified and given a permanent name.Believers of the Nibiru Cataclysm Theory sometimes claim that "Planet X" is the name NASA has given to "Nibiru," a mythical planet-like object, as part of a conspiracy/cover up. There is no scientific foundation for this "theory."


There is no planet Nibiru. The descriptions and forecasts that involve that entity are internally inconsistent and self-contradictory, have changed drastically during the 20 years or so since they began, hold a place of honor in the body of popular but baseless stuff known as "pseudo-" or "junk-" science, and are uniformly discounted by the real scientists who have any idea of what they're talking about.


There are many planets outside of our Solar System - 400+ Within our Solar System, none are expected. There is "talk" of a planet X - Nibiru, but there is no scientific nor visual reason why this "hypothetical" planet actually exists.


I don't think any one nows because it's so far away. NASA doesn't even have real photos of (Eris/nibiru/xena). They do predict how it looks. But that's it.


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