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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:Anonymous Coward 1380013:MV8xNTU0Njg4XzI1NjgwOTcyXzdEMkU1RjRF] This Morrison prick is the CHOSEN disinfo agent. He is everywhere trying to debunk info his own organization claims: Nasa says the majority of solar systems are at least binary, two star systems - yet Moronson goes out of his way to laugh at NASA's own info and insult others? The man is a jackass and needs to work at Fox news or something. The prick would fit right in. [/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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