Our understanding of physics and astronomy are incredibly advanced currently. We have tried and true formulas for determining the mass of astral objects, their distance from us, their orbits, and the effects of their gravitational pull. Additionally, we also possess advanced telescopes able to detect and pinpoint objects sized all the way down to a measly 300 meters. Yet, for all of our knowledge and understanding, there are still several things about our universe that we still cannot completely explain. With that being said, there still exist theories regarding our universe based so heavily on conjecture that they are laughable. Enter, the invisible planet.
The main component of belief in the Anunnaki and Planet Nibiru is the idea of a world-ending event. Conspiracy junkies theorize that the planet itself, or objects influenced by the planet’s gravitational pull will smash into the earth and destroy it. There are, however, quite a few major holes in these theories. First and foremost, the idea of a cataclysm being caused by this planet relies completely on something known as an elliptical orbit.
Additionally, it is believed that this planet comes into contact with our pocket of the solar system every 3600 years. Elliptical orbits are proven phenomena, in fact, the earth itself travels on an ever so slightly elliptical orbit around the sun. Further, Pluto follows an even more extreme elliptical orbit, in addition to the axis of its orbit being tilted differently than the other planets in our solar system. Even so, our collection of planets hangs in a very delicate balance, where even a slight variation could cause the entirety of our solar model to be thrown into disarray. Introducing even a fractional variance in gravity to any one of the planets would cause their course to alter, and eventually by chain effect, we would either be flung into the far reaches of space or crash into the sun. Given these facts, it would be impossible, then, for a planet as large as Nibiru (Said to be more than twice as large as Earth) to come within 30 million light years of our system without completely destroying us in the process.
Aside from the problem of physics, a planet of Nibiru’s estimated size should be observable with the naked eye. The only possible way for the planet to remain existent but invisible would be for it to somehow remain directly behind the sun constantly, which, if true, would mean that it could not intersect with our orbit every 3600 years, as gravity would cause the planet to slingshot out at a faster speed then it would come back in, until it finally broke free of the sun’s orbit entirely. This is not to say that planets colliding has never occurred. In fact, our planet as we know it today and our moon is a product of the Earth’s impact with another planet that shared its orbit.
This planet, deemed “Theia”, shared the same orbit as the earth several billions of years ago, around the beginning of our universe. When it got close enough, it compressed into our planet and broke off several large chunks that got caught in orbit and compressed to form the moon. Many facts point to this idea’s validity. For instance, the moon and the earth’s soil is identical in composition. The earth also possesses an incredibly dense core of iron, heated to extreme temperature and so compressed that it can neither harden to a solid, liquefy, or evaporate. The core of the earth is far too dense for a planet its size, and could not have been brought into existence by the traditional method of planet birth.
Although the theory of a life ending planetary collision in the near future is physically impossible, there are other more minimal theories. The solar system as we know it could be binary, for one, containing not one but two suns that orbit around one another and contain numerous astral bodies in their own separate orbits. It is also entirely possible that Planet Nibiru does indeed have an elliptical orbit, and does indeed still pass within 30 million light years of us at regular intervals. Realistically, however, no concrete evidence exists to either prove, or disprove this supposed planet’s existence.
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