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Another Nibiru Story from Space.com Posted Today!!! Entitled :Believers In Mysterious Planet Nibiru Await Earth's End
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[quote:Technopolistanding:MV8xNTU0Njg4XzI1NjgwNzE0X0M4ODk3MEY3] I think overall, Elenin has kind of taken over without going to the extreme of having a body crashing into earth but more like something which is going to create a massive solar eclips that could last days and that's not good for us - At this time we won't hardly have any defence mechnism - earth will affected if the shield are down. There is a lot of contrevarsy here and the fact that Nasa is keeping quite about it but are monitoring it very closely doesn't imply any trust. Could it be Elenin, Nibiru, another solar system, a fleet of ET, who the fuck knows.I suppose the message that is coming out from all that is for those who wants the truth to find it and let the general populass believe there is nothing to worry about and all is hanky dory... Peace [/quote]
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Renowned astrophysicist Carl Sagan once described a "baloney detection kit" — a set of tools that skeptical thinkers use to investigate any new concept. A few of the key tools include a healthy distrust of information that isn't independently verified, critically assessing an idea rather than becoming irrationally attached to it simply because it's intriguing, and a preference for simple explanations over wildly speculative ones.
The waxing obsession with Nibiru, which conspiracy theorists say is a planet swinging in from the outskirts of our solar system that is going to crash into Earth and wipe out humanity in 2012 — or, in some opinions, 2011 — shows that an astonishing number of people "are watching YouTube videos and visiting slick websites with nothing in their skeptical toolkit," in the words of David Morrison, a planetary astronomer at NASA Ames Research Center and senior scientist at the NASA Astrobiology Institute.
Morrison estimates that there are 2 million websites discussing the impending Nibiru-Earth collision. He receives, on average, five email inquiries about Nibiru every day.
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