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Will nibiru hit the earth?


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Answered 2012-10-18 19:11:56

Nibiru is a fictional planet that does not exist. It is not going to hit the Earth.


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No. Nibiru does not exist.

Nibiru is a hypothetical planet and will hypothetically hit Earth in 2012 causing hypothetically disastrous results. With no doubt, loads of hypothetical law suites.

Never. Nibiru doesn't exist.

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

Nibiru doesn't exist. It will not come close to Earth or anywhere else.

You can't see Nibiru anywhere. It doesn't exist.

Nibiru does not exist. It is a hoax created by apocalypse fanatics.

The world is not coming to an end, and the planet nibiru is not going to hit the Earth. The world does have lots of real problems, which I would generally categorize as political, economic, and environmental, and these problems may get much worse, but the world will nonetheless not come to an end. What is this 'Planet Nibiru'? Not one of the usual ones in our solar system.

No. Nibiru does not exist. It is the product of overactive and often paranoid imaginations.

Nibiru does not exist. Claims of its imagined size vary widely.

There is no such planet, it is a hoax.

Question answered at April 14th 2011. If Nibiru existed, it would already be visible

No, because it doesn't exist.

Nibiru is a fictitious object. However, in case another planet does crash against Earth, or even comes fairly close, the consequences could be catastrophic.

Never. There is no such planet as "Nibiru" or "Nibire".

Not much. It's widely believed that it will have no effect at all. It will be as though Nibiru doesn't even exist. Exactlylike that, in fact.

No. Nibiru, which is entirely fictitious, is said to only be about four times the size of Earth. Jupiter is over 1000 times Earth's size.

No. Nibiru does not exist.

None, because Nibiru doesn't exist. Those that support the Nibiru myth, and believe Nibiru to be a large terrestrial planet (there are many different beliefs among Nibiru believers as to what Nibiru actually is), often claim that it has 18 visible moons.

No. Nibiru is a mythological planet-like object associated with an apocalypse. Supporters of the Niburu myth claim that Nibiru somehow appears near Earth every 3000 or so years. The major "prophet" of Nibiru mythology, Nancy Lieder, claimed that Nibiru would collide with Earth in May 2003. She also suggested that all people put down and eat their pets. She later retracted her claim, saying that it was a ploy to throw the government off her scent, saying that if she disclosed the actual date of the disaster, it would give governments time to enforce martial law to keep citizens from escaping 'doomsday.'

No, because Nibiru doesn't exist.

Never. Nibiru is a phantasm, a fantasy; it does not exist. It never did. Nibiru was one of the abode of the Babylonian god Marduk.

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