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I'm askin if you have heard of this specific theory, because its really not too far fetched
[12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Even if his name is "-FAITH ALONE-", I can't tell what he's proposing. Please include more context!
6/2/2011 10:01:56 PM
I don't care what he's proposing, it's likely to be shit.
6/3/2011 11:22:27 AM
It appears the quote was truncated, probably by accident. Following the link (a 2 stage process due to the URL having been changed at some time in the past) I have got the full post. It says:
"Any of You folks ever heard this theory?
If so, what do you think-
The Earth used to have another layer around the biosphere which was mostly moisture(most anthropoligists agree the earth used to stay at a constant temperature-this may help explain why...) , and a passing planet with an elliptical orbit to our own destroyed it, causing a great rain in some form or another
As far as I know this as the same as the planet x theory, 12th planet, or nibiru"
Then two quotes down the page it says:
"I'm askin if you have heard of this specific theory, because its really not too far fetched
-If you read up on the specifics you will likely find a bunch of radical conspiracy theory bs
-im not worried about that i just wanna know if anyone believes this theory is possible
-all continents have stories of a great flood in their history and this could explain such things as the water damage on the great pyramids
hope that helps and i dunno y nobodys postin responses but a'ight"
6/3/2011 11:37:27 AM
Yes, I've heard of it. Yes it is too far-fetched, as well as being ridiculous and impossible. It is magic fiction for the flood-believers, a sort of god-porn.
3/13/2017 8:08:12 AM
A passing planet that then ceased to exist? If a planet came that close, it would have destroyed Earth.
It IS too far-fetch, very much so.
3/13/2017 8:11:16 AM