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Gene

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Planet X Discovered
« on: January 21, 2016, 12:53:09 AM »
Planet X has been discovered. Well, sort of. This is pretty fascinating. Some very renowned scientists believe that they have detected the effects of a huge hidden planet in our solar system. They also believe the effects they see only have about a 1 in 15,000 chance of being a coincidence. The planet is also believed to orbit the sun every 15,000 years. For now they are calling the planet, Planet Nine.
 
For ages there has been a theory that a Planet X existed basically where a huge planet was hiding deep in the solar system with a gravitational pull large enough to potentially have disastrous effects when it gets close enough. Planet X is also sometimes referred to as Nibiru, The Destroyer, and Wormwood, among other things. It was considered by many people to be the stuff of science fiction. Now, much like a lot of science fiction, it turns out there is something to it. Planet Nine/X is thought to be 10 times the mass of earth, but how big and how far away are probably anybody’s guess at this point. But this is just another example of the mysteries that are out there that we have just begun to scratch the surface of. And it happens to come during a period of time where so many other signs have occurred.

www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/01/feature-astronomers-say-neptune-sized-planet-lurks-unseen-solar-system

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Re: Planet X Discovered
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2016, 10:32:50 AM »
i have written an article about this. Did you know that this same planet was discovered THREE times since 1983?  Every time its discovered, its quietly hushed up, or the story retracted.

We are now in 2016 and technology has far increased since 1983 AND many resources are available to the public to do their own research that wasnt available in the 80's (the net, mainly)

Now that this planet is becoming harder and harder to cover up, its easier to make an announcement, call it "Planet 9" and act as if its a newly discovered planet.  Check out my article and you will see for yourself :)

http://www.historyrunamok.blogspot.com/#!http://historyrunamok.blogspot.com/2013/08/its-bird-its-plane.html

i noticed the link wont take you directly to the article, so youll have to scroll to the second row and read "Its a bird, Its a plane"