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No, because it doesn't exist.

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No, because Nibiru doesn't exist.

There is no such planet, it is a hoax.

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Nobody found it. The Nibiru hoax was created in 1995.

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Nancy Lieder's imagination.

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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 doesn't exist. It's a made-up planet invented by an alien cult website in 1995.

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This planet (or object in space) is planet X, or as most people refer to it to; planet Nibiru.

First of all, Nibiru doesn't exist. Second of all, there are eight planets now that Pluto has been demoted, so Nibiru (if it existed) would be the ninth planet.

No, because it doesn't exist.

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