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Tentacle Girl
Posted - 2007.09.13 19:45:00 - [1]
 

Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?

Lord MuffloN
Caldari
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.09.13 19:57:00 - [2]
 

I think it's the mayan calender that ends then.

Derovius Vaden
Posted - 2007.09.13 19:58:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Lord MuffloN
I think it's the mayan calender that ends then.


As a rule of thumb, I don't trust anything made by a civilization that failed to survive 2000 years ago.

Lord MuffloN
Caldari
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:03:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Derovius Vaden
Originally by: Lord MuffloN
I think it's the mayan calender that ends then.


As a rule of thumb, I don't trust anything made by a civilization that failed to survive 2000 years ago.


It's been accurate up to now, can't see it changing in the next five years either.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:33:00 - [5]
 

Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 21:13:11
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. Pics: Linkage, video: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile

Derovius Vaden
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:36:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. There is a video about Planet X here: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile


Post with your main.

Holographic Entrypoint
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:39:00 - [7]
 

tl dr

Patch86
Di-Tron Heavy Industries
Atlas Alliance
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:42:00 - [8]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. There is a video about Planet X here: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile


How do you know Nostradamus wasn't doing it to sell books too? Man's gotta eat you know, 5 centuries ago or not Razz

DubanFP
Caldari
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:45:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?

Contrary to popular belief the mayans don't believe the world/humanity will end in 2012. They believed the world "as we know it" will end in 2012. Which very likely means a completely different scheme of thought by the general populace & may very well be a GOOD thing.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:45:00 - [10]
 

Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 20:51:32

Originally by: Patch86
Originally by: Jim McGregor
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. There is a video about Planet X here: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile


How do you know Nostradamus wasn't doing it to sell books too? Man's gotta eat you know, 5 centuries ago or not Razz



Well... there is more signs that its there, but we dont know if it will come close enough to earth to damage it. But nasa is not saying anything. However, from a nasa insider:

Quote:
Scientists forecast that as much as 70% of the earth’s population will
not survive the moment of the passing of this planet; another 20% will
starve to death in the aftermath, and only about 10% of the population
will survive. The powers-that-be in the world today have a massive
media blackout and disinformation programs designed so that world
markets do not collapse and massive panic does not take place.
They have designed the "War on Terrorism" to hide the real truth about
troop movements, government changes, homeland security, and many
other items on their agenda throughout the world. And they plan to
use their agenda, IF THEY HAVE TO, in order to control any chaos
and panic.


Source: Linkage

It would also explain the high degree of earthquakes and other natural disasters we have had lately. And it will get worse.

Anyway... like I said, I prefer not to believe this.

Derovius Vaden
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:52:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 20:49:42

Originally by: Patch86
Originally by: Jim McGregor
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. There is a video about Planet X here: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile


How do you know Nostradamus wasn't doing it to sell books too? Man's gotta eat you know, 5 centuries ago or not Razz



Well... there is more signs that its there, but we dont know if it will hit earth. But nasa is not saying anything. However, from a nasa insider:

Quote:
Scientists forecast that as much as 70% of the earth’s population will
not survive the moment of the passing of this planet; another 20% will
starve to death in the aftermath, and only about 10% of the population
will survive. The powers-that-be in the world today have a massive
media blackout and disinformation programs designed so that world
markets do not collapse and massive panic does not take place.
They have designed the "War on Terrorism" to hide the real truth about
troop movements, government changes, homeland security, and many
other items on their agenda throughout the world. And they plan to
use their agenda, IF THEY HAVE TO, in order to control any chaos
and panic.


Source: Linkage



You know... those who have no reason to continue on living make up reasons why the world is going to end, more than likely to fulfill some sort of selfish need to feel that they are not alone in having no reason to live... Rolling Eyes

Patch86
Di-Tron Heavy Industries
Atlas Alliance
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:52:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Patch86 on 13/09/2007 20:52:24
Originally by: Jim McGregor

Well... there is more signs that its there, but we dont know if it will hit earth. But nasa is not saying anything. And would they, if they knew?



Of course they would- if they thought the world was about to be obliterated by millions of tonnes of rock, I'm sure they'd be making panicky noises. Not even the most paranoid of paranoid conspiracies has claimed that NASA is run by a suicide cult...


Although I'll cede that it is entirely (indeed, extremely) likely that NASA and their peers could simply not know something. There's plenty of things that they don't know. They are only guys with loads of fancy telescopes, after all.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 20:56:00 - [13]
 

Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 20:59:00
Originally by: Patch86


Of course they would- if they thought the world was about to be obliterated by millions of tonnes of rock, I'm sure they'd be making panicky noises. Not even the most paranoid of paranoid conspiracies has claimed that NASA is run by a suicide cult...



Well... like I posted above, it would most likely cause severe panic if it was widely known.

Originally by: Derovius Vaden

You know... those who have no reason to continue on living make up reasons why the world is going to end, more than likely to fulfill some sort of selfish need to feel that they are not alone in having no reason to live... Rolling Eyes


Its possible.

Caid Lemant
Cunning Hats
Posted - 2007.09.13 21:10:00 - [14]
 

Edited by: Caid Lemant on 13/09/2007 21:27:27
Edited by: Caid Lemant on 13/09/2007 21:13:54
Originally by: Jim McGregor
Originally by: Tentacle Girl
Is this just some money making scheme to sell books? Anyone know something juicy which proves it either fake or real?


Hard to say, but the information is not to sell books. Even Nostradamus predicted a large asteroid to hit the earth in 2012. There is a video about Planet X here: Linkage.

I dont want to believe it though, and in any case, I dont want to know until I have to. Smile


It's amazing how speculation somehow turns into fact in those videos. Not to mention providing biblical evidence as historical fact. Crazies quoting religion. That's a level of stupidity... well it's hard to comprehend.

Damn, they just keep diving deeper into the chasm of ******ation as these continue.

I'm glad it turned out to be a joke when it came to part 5. Pretty highlarious now that I look back on it... it's like credibility was flaking exponentially throughout the parts. Though I did not see Star Trek coming, completely caught me off guard... I nearly cried laughing at that point.

Micheal Dietrich
Caldari
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2007.09.13 21:53:00 - [15]
 

anyone else noticed that some of Jimmy's conspiracy theories, although on different topics, tend to conflict with eachother?

And I doubt that Nasa would tell the truth on something like that but that doesn't stop the many, many other people from seeing a giant planet cruising for earth. I mean if we can see the moon now at it's distance, even in the daytime, then I'm sure someone will noticed a planet in the sky.

I can see it now though. People are alerted that the end of the world is coming and whats the first thing they'll do? Riot and rob wal-mart of it's big screen tv's and beer of course.

armas
Gallente
Black Thorne Corporation
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:04:00 - [16]
 

I'd set a long skill training.

Ilvan
Gallente
Post with your Brain
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:11:00 - [17]
 

It's all a bunch of bull. Every few years some END OF THE WORLD, MA! scenario pops up, all the muppets buy into it, nothing happens, business as usual.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:16:00 - [18]
 

Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 22:25:26

Originally by: Micheal Dietrich
anyone else noticed that some of Jimmy's conspiracy theories, although on different topics, tend to conflict with eachother?

And I doubt that Nasa would tell the truth on something like that but that doesn't stop the many, many other people from seeing a giant planet cruising for earth. I mean if we can see the moon now at it's distance, even in the daytime, then I'm sure someone will noticed a planet in the sky.

I can see it now though. People are alerted that the end of the world is coming and whats the first thing they'll do? Riot and rob wal-mart of it's big screen tv's and beer of course.


Just because I post in this thread it becomes my theory? Wink

Please visit your user settings to re-enable images.

You see planet x (niburu) as the small glowing dot to the right of the sun there. There is no question that its going to pass our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.

And of course, NASA knows very well, as well as every government on earth, that its on its way. They just ain't telling, because what would be the point? Only mass panic.

And I said I didnt really want to know about this in the beginning of the thread, yet I cant help finding out more and more. Im a strange guy.

Jago Kain
Amarr
Ramm's RDI
Tactical Narcotics Team
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:18:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
....There is no question that its going to come into our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.



It's worse than that; we're dead Jim Laughing


Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:19:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: Jago Kain
Originally by: Jim McGregor
....There is no question that its going to come into our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.



It's worse than that; we're dead Jim Laughing




:) Someone had to do it. Smile

Malontra
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:29:00 - [21]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 22:25:26

Originally by: Micheal Dietrich
anyone else noticed that some of Jimmy's conspiracy theories, although on different topics, tend to conflict with eachother?

And I doubt that Nasa would tell the truth on something like that but that doesn't stop the many, many other people from seeing a giant planet cruising for earth. I mean if we can see the moon now at it's distance, even in the daytime, then I'm sure someone will noticed a planet in the sky.

I can see it now though. People are alerted that the end of the world is coming and whats the first thing they'll do? Riot and rob wal-mart of it's big screen tv's and beer of course.


Just because I post in this thread it becomes my theory? Wink
*images*



How do you know thats not something much more likely... such as an inner planet.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:32:00 - [22]
 

Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 22:33:17
Originally by: Malontra

How do you know thats not something much more likely... such as an inner planet.



I know nothing about astronomy, so I just go after what people tell me on the net. There are many sites out there about this though. Google around and see what you find.

The pictures are from this site.

Tauscha Vald'or
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:48:00 - [23]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor

You see planet x (niburu) as the small glowing dot to the right of the sun there. There is no question that its going to pass our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.




That isn't Nimbru, Planet X or your empty melon, it is a refracted image of the sun though the atmosphere. The image of the sun refracts through a "thicker" atmosphere in the right conditions. A "distorted sun" is the most common effect.

Check it out.

Originally by: Jim McGregor


I know nothing




<Jerry McGuire> You had me at "I know nothing" </Jerry McGuire>

Malontra
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:55:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor
Edited by: Jim McGregor on 13/09/2007 22:33:17
Originally by: Malontra

How do you know thats not something much more likely... such as an inner planet.



I know nothing about astronomy, so I just go after what people tell me on the net. There are many sites out there about this though. Google around and see what you find.

The pictures are from this site.


Yea I looked at the pics there and on that zetatalk site, and wow... Alot of people making something out of nothing... 95% of the pics claiming to be proof of Planet X are easily dismissed as lens flares and bad photography...
The other 5% can be dismissed as people not knowing astronomy and assuming omfg planet x! when in actuality its more likely to be: the moon setting the same time the sun is rising, partial or full eclipses, optical illusions caused by the atmosphere, or inner planets being in the sky.


Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:55:00 - [25]
 

Originally by: Tauscha Vald'or

That isn't Nimbru, Planet X or your empty melon, it is a refracted image of the sun though the atmosphere. The image of the sun refracts through a "thicker" atmosphere in the right conditions. A "distorted sun" is the most common effect.

Check it out.



It also shows up on the nasa solar shots and so on.

Going to bed now, have to get my sleep to prevent any further ugliness. :)

Malontra
Posted - 2007.09.13 22:59:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Tauscha Vald'or
Originally by: Jim McGregor

You see planet x (niburu) as the small glowing dot to the right of the sun there. There is no question that its going to pass our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.




That isn't Nimbru, Planet X or your empty melon, it is a refracted image of the sun though the atmosphere. The image of the sun refracts through a "thicker" atmosphere in the right conditions. A "distorted sun" is the most common effect.

Check it out.

Originally by: Jim McGregor


I know nothing




<Jerry McGuire> You had me at "I know nothing" </Jerry McGuire>

The agency must've sent me some back-up our attempt to cause disinformation and dissent amongst the masses.

Micheal Dietrich
Caldari
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2007.09.13 23:01:00 - [27]
 

Originally by: Jim McGregor


You see planet x (niburu) as the small glowing dot to the right of the sun there. There is no question that its going to pass our solar system. The only question is exactly when and how close to earth it will come. And its consequences, which of course depends on the distance to earth.




I see a sun glare. Now don't get me wrong here as I can believe that theres a planet out there.

But just for the sake of the argument we say that it the planet. Judging in the picture it looks to be about a quarter of the size of the moon. And you say it's not even in the system yet.
Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Venus, Pluto, and Neptune are very small dots in our night sky and they are in our system.
To cut out the math if this planet is as massive as I think we're saying it is then the sun will be orbiting it when it comes to obliterate us.
Just out of curiosity do they have any night shots of it?

Cal5
Federal Defence Union
Posted - 2007.09.13 23:12:00 - [28]
 

Edited by: Cal5 on 13/09/2007 23:32:44
Ermmmmmmm... I think you're all missing one very obvious flaw with these supposed pictures of 'planet x'... Didn't they say it was only visible in infra-red spectrum, therefore meaning we cant see it?

Razor Jaxx
Sniggerdly
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2007.09.13 23:37:00 - [29]
 

omg lens flares, we're doomed !! Crying or Very sad

Ilvan
Gallente
Post with your Brain
Posted - 2007.09.13 23:53:00 - [30]
 

Edited by: Ilvan on 13/09/2007 23:57:00
Edited by: Ilvan on 13/09/2007 23:53:56
That detailshere site is a gold mine of insanity.

Oh, and look what rears its ugly head. Should've known. Laughing
(damn its/it's)


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