How many people are out there trying to make us believe that humans never stepped a foot on the moon, or that there are secret organizations led by reptilians?
Well, there might be many others who think that there is a planet lurking opposite to our Sun. You’ve probably heard of Nibiru, and so did the NASA researchers. But what’s their opinion on this theory?
According to Advocator, a video from 19 September became viral after showing the sky turn red and orange. It didn’t need much for people to start talking about Nibiru all over again.
The prophecy sounds something like this: the mysterious planet will somehow knock into ours and destroy us all.
NASA Responds to Planet Nine Theories
Remember the 21 December 2012 event when we were supposed to witness the end of the world? Well, NASA released a video on YouTube called “Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday.”
NASA explains in the video that Mayans were advanced and had a deep knowledge of astronomy. Then, NASA opened a Google Hangout allowing scientists to ponder over a possible “Planet X.” At that time they agreed that there could be a hypothetical planet at the deepest edges of our solar system.
Then, at the beginning of this year, researchers from Caltech saw evidence of a planet deep in our solar system. NASA’s Planetary Science Division director stated in a press release the following:
“It’s too early to say with certainty there’s a so-called Planet X. What we’re seeing is an early prediction based on modeling from limited observations. It’s the start of a process that could lead to an exciting result.”
The report published by Caltech argues that the celestial bodies from the Kuiper Belt are aligned as if they follow an object. Would that be Nibiru?
NASA has made its stand very clear: there is no Nibiru ready to crash into Earth, and if it had been, they would have seen it a lot sooner than we’d see it with our naked eyes.
Rex Austinwas born and raised in Thunder Bay Ontario on the shores of Lake Superior. Apart from running his own podcast (Ice Fishing And Other “Cool” Things), he spends his time canoeing and backpacking in Northern Ontario.. As a journalist Rex has published stories for Global News (Thunder Bay) we well as Buzz Feed and Joystiq. As a contributor to Great Lakes Ledger, Rex most covers science and health stories. Contact Rexhere