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Has anyone even thought about the arrival of Nibiru, AKA Planet X, noting that even Norway has decided to try to save its population by building a large underground base…completion date 2011.

Extreme: perhaps. The bottom line we do not know. We don’t know what kind of impact this planet is going to have.

I am looking for the truth. Apparently…the governments think we are not going to be able to handle this truth…and in the end, what will and can be done??? Planet X no longer can be hidden…and even though it passes us once every 3600 years, we simply do not know…what kind of impact this planet will have.

Yes, there feels like there will be a harvest…of some sort.

We have to stop destroying ourselves…yes, these are strange and wonderful times. It matters.

Marilyn, Discover Magazine 24 Comments [1/16/2010 12:31:01 AM]
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They're building a seed storage building. Not sure why, but I really doubt it has anything to do with the arrival of a planet.

BTW, isn't this something we'd notice? Oh hey, we got an extra really big moon now? Or there's Venus, there's Mars, WTF is that?

1/16/2010 1:33:51 AM

Sandwich Board

It's called Pandora, and I agree that the CGI is bloody convincing.

1/16/2010 2:19:08 AM



Storage of as many plant types as possible for useful genetic traits, because we don't know what will become extinct.

(Note for fundies: extinction is a normal process not just linked to climate change or the debil

1/16/2010 2:42:42 AM

Gen. Buck Turgidson.

Mr. President, we must not allow a mineshaft gap!

1/16/2010 3:08:12 AM


Stuff doesn't work that way!

1/16/2010 4:43:55 AM

Mr Blur

"I am looking for the truth."

Yes, of course you are. That and a nice, safe padded room.

1/16/2010 5:22:29 AM


Is Planet X one of those tie ins to the stupid 2012 doomsday ideas? If so I think we would see a planet heading towards us if it was just under three years away.

1/16/2010 9:51:57 AM


Is it The Forbidden Planet?

1/16/2010 11:12:19 AM


For those interested:

1/16/2010 1:24:18 PM


Ooops, double post...

1/16/2010 1:24:43 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

What the fuck...


1/16/2010 1:42:39 PM


Lay off the glue...

1/16/2010 5:41:28 PM

Gen. Buck Turgidson.

Absolute win :)

1/16/2010 8:38:49 PM

Lots of planets have been called Planet X over the years. Most of them are nowhere near our solar system.

1/17/2010 1:12:07 AM


1/17/2010 9:57:36 AM

Doubting Thomas

There is no Nibiru or Planet X coming to destroy the earth. Unless you believe what some dingbat "channeling" aliens says. And even if you believe it doesn't mean it's going to happen.

1/18/2010 6:35:52 PM


Wow, a lot of this was just incoherent ramblings. Pretty standard for these nutjobs yes?

1/18/2010 7:07:57 PM

Yes, like, we have never before made refuges.

1/19/2010 2:38:30 AM


It's pretty well hidden if we can't see Nibiru.


Or better... IT DOESN'T EXIST.

1/19/2010 8:05:57 AM


Hey you don´t need to care about these things, Godzilla will save us

1/22/2010 3:03:57 PM

Mrs. Antichrist

1) Planets don't just wander around solar system aimlessly. They don't just "show up". If planet so large was orbiting the sun, we'd be able to measure its affect on the entire system, even when it's far away.
2) If a large planet was hurling towards us, and close enough for governments to start building secret facilities, amateur astronomers would be able to see if from their backyards. We'd also see its affect on other planets. I own a fairly decent telescope & make frequent use of it; I'm certainly no astronomer, but I do know enough to be able to recognize what's going on out there. Guess what? No Planet X! No sudden changes in Jupiter and Saturn's orbits! No doomsday!

Hate to burst your bubble.

1/24/2010 3:24:38 AM

Sagan's Ghost

Delusional with a side of processing disorder.

1/26/2010 9:24:27 PM


A year later: still no sign of Nibiru/planet X.

2/10/2011 12:34:01 PM


Lemme me guess; it was scheduled to arrive on December 21 2012?

4/13/2013 9:05:05 PM

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