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2012 Planet X Collides with Earth

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According to far-sighted scientists working out of Kobe University in Japan, a mysterious new planet around two-thirds the size of Earth is currently orbiting in the outer most reaches of the solar system.



While yet without concrete proof of the planet’s existence, the scientific research team claims that theoretical calculations taken from computer simulations suggest it’s not a case of if ‘Planet X’ will be found, but rather when.


Speaking with AFP, Kobe University professor Tadashi Mukai explained that the planet’s surface is likely “covered with ice, icy ammonia and methane” because of the extremely cold temperatures associated with orbiting so far from the Sun.


While the full Planet X study is due to be ran in the April issue of US publication Astronomical Journal, a research summary has outlined it be highly possible that “a yet unknown, planet-class celestial body, measuring some 30 to 70 percent of the Earth's mass, exists in the outer edges of the solar system.


According to the study, properly focused research will lead to the outer lying body being officially discovered in “less than 10 years,” with the planet thought to be orbiting the Sun every thousand years on an oblong elliptical path of between 15 to 26 billion kilometres.


The research team, which built a theoretical model exploring how the outer edges of our solar system would have shaped and formed across 4 billion years, offers that in excess of 1,100 celestial bodies have been located in the most remote areas of the solar system over the last 10 or 12 years.


“Based on our hypothesis, we calculated how debris moved over the past four billion years. The result matched the actual movement of the celestial bodies we can observe now,” said professor Mukai, who also added that the project will eventually locate Planet X, which is described as much bigger than ex-planet Pluto.


In 2006, Pluto was removed from the official list of "planets" in the solar system after its size and overlapping orbit with Neptune saw the International Astronomical Union deeming it as only a dwarf planet.


Planet X or Nibiru as it is also known, is a subject that interests a large number of people. The issue for www.Australia.TO is the fact that, whatever the truth, there are many genuine people who believe in the existence of the planet .


Many suggest that leaders throughout the world have been informed and that the public are being denied information about a perceived upcoming disaster to preserve the world economic system and too prevent panic.


NASA has denied the existence of Planet X ( 2003 ) but that has not stopped the worldwide interest. It seems to be a subject that occupies people late at night when sitting at a keyboard in the hope of discovering something about ghosts, the meaning of life and the universe.


What is interesting is that a lot of people are hoping for more information on Nibiru.


It appears that some people believe that a quest for knowledge about the existence or non existence of Nibiru is contrary to religious teachings. The site goes on to say, "As a devout Christian, Dr. Rand soundly rejects the orthodox position that the study of Planet X is a heretical path leading away from God."



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The stable state of our known solar system in terms of planets and their moons implies that there are no such intruders on a regular cycle of destruction and mayhem. If you consider the age of our solar system and how many orbital cycles would have been completed by now by the intruder. The past destruction would be more evident.

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