The debate "Is NASA hiding planet x" was started by
November 18, 2015, 5:34 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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there's also alot of conspiracy about people writing papers which contain evidence who have later "died in an accident" and the papers have gone missing....
I watched a documentary about this planet Niburu aka planet x, it said that ancient depictions of "beings" that came to earth every 3600 years and when they did, bad things would happen, tsunamis etc.
the documentary later went on to talk about the discovery of the furthest planet of our solar system.. now I can't remember exactly what it said but it was something like when they discovered Uranus they noticed its orbit had a weird dip in it, like a 0 but with a little nodge in it, this lead them to believe something else was having a gravitational pull on it from this they discovered Neptune, however Neptune's orbit was similar (it too had a strange nodge) theyctheb discovered Pluto however later calculations revealed that Pluto was far to small to have this kind of effect! Indicating that there is something else having the effect.
Planet X is said to orbit between mars and Jupiter and be much bigger than Jupiter (the bad things happening on earth could be due to changes in the gravitational pull-atlantis is one of the things supposedly to be due to Niburu orbit)
obviously it's a lot of conspiracy, but it's quite interesting,
if the government knew of a planet that contained intelligent life I wouldn't be surprised if they kept it a secret! every 3600 years is a long time so it's not something that they need to worry about very often....
hiding a planet? really?
NASA doesn't even know what it's doing so I doubt they are hiding anything.
I figured, there is really nothing there to support planet x except some math proofs which hint at planet x possibly existing in order to explain some perturbation of comets on the outer edge of the kuiper belt... But even that evidence simply means that planet x is one possible explanation.
Ei, I have no evidence but people's claims of planet x.. I literally can't find anything...
There just doesn't seem to be any good evidence for it. Planet x would, by now, disrupt the orbit of the outer planets if it were as close as people claim it is. (it doesn't ). The main piece of evidence cited for the existence of planet x are a couple of papers which discuss the perturbation of comets. However, these papers are highly speculative and actually place planet x way further away than predicted (further than even the outer solar system).
The other piece of evidence often cited is unusual sun activity, but there is no evidence that the sun is doing anything unusual....
I just don't see any evidence for it....do you have any evidence that planet x exists?
No way to prove or disprove planet x, going off pure opinion and speculation mate.. I made the claim primarily to hear others opinions the planet x conspiracy is kinda interesting...
But you're not just wondering if planet x exists, the claim you made is that there is a conspiracy to keep planet x out of the public's eye. So, if you're making that claim, you are asserting that planet x exists, and that NASA is hiding that evidence... I have yet to see any real evidence for planet x, let alone enough to say that there is a conspiracy to keep that information from the public.
True, but you never know though.. it's nice to have a sense of wonder...
As far as I know, planet x is purely speculative, even by the "inventor" of it (used for lack of a better term)