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Is Planet Nibiru a HOAX?


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2011-04-12 06:49:33
2011-04-12 06:49:33

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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