Saturday, August 8, 2009

Arrival of planet NIBIRU

The Planet NIBIRU

The Nibiru collision is a disastrous planetary collision between the Earth and a large planetary object which certain subcultural groups believe is going to take place in the near future. Believers refer to the large object with which the earth will supposedly collide variously as Nibiru, Planet X, or Wormwood.

The idea was first proposed in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, founder of the website ZetaTalk.[1] Lieder describes herself as a contactee with the ability to receive messages from extra-terrestrials called Zetas (from the Zeta Reticuli star system; see Betty and Barney Hill) through an implant in her brain. She states that she was chosen to warn mankind that the object would sweep through the Solar System in May 2003 (later revised to around 2010), causing a pole shift that would destroy most of humanity.

This idea has subsequently spread beyond Lieder's website and has been embraced by numerous internet doomsday groups, most of which tie the collision to the 2012 doomsday prediction. The idea that a planet-sized object could possibly collide with Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence and has been roundly rejected as pseudoscience by astronomers and planetary scientists.

Watch the video of arrival of planet

Clipta - new video wave: 2012 SIGNS- PLANET NIBIRUS ARRIVAL

Scientific criticism

The Nibiru collision idea fails on several basic scientific grounds. For instance, such an object so close to Earth would be easily visible to the naked eye (Jupiter and Saturn are both visible to the naked eye, and are dimmer than Nibiru would be at their distances), and would be creating noticeable effects in the orbits of the outer planets.[37] If this object's orbit were as described, it would only have lasted in the Solar System for a million years or so before Jupiter expelled it. Also, there is no way another object's magnetic field could have such an effect on Earth.[38] Lieder's assertions that the approach of Nibiru would cause the Earth's rotation to stop or its axis to shift violate the laws of physics; the energy required to do either would be enough to destroy the Earth completely.[39]



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