Planet X May Cause Mass Extinction This Month

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The elusive Planet X, or Nibiru, with its unimaginably long 27-million-year orbit, is still only a theory to many. But one astrophysicist believes it spells doom for Earth.

Nibiru’s arrival this month, he says, will bring about a mass extinction of untold proportions.

The celestial body, theorized in many an ancient text, most notably among the Sumerians, is predicted to be 10 times our size, and is currently still thousands of times further away from us than our sun.

But if the latest research is correct, something is having a skewing effect on a group of objects in the Kuiper Belt, just beyond Neptune. And it’s closing in fast.

Thanks to science, we know that the larger the celestial body, the bigger its gravity, and consequently, its ability to affect other, smaller bodies around it.

We’ve known of Jupiter’s crucial role in protecting us from asteroids for quite some time now. But the mysterious Nibiru could very well do the opposite – and some say there’s good reason to believe it.

According to wide speculation among the space-surveying community, we were never likely to observe Nibiru closely, owing to its long orbit. However, once it makes its theoretical journey back around, it’s going to bring with it more than just a pretty sight.

Some say the mass extinction some 27 million years ago was caused by just that: comets and other space debris pummeling Earth and wiping everything out.

And we indeed have fossil evidence to suggest that, with striking regularity, something wiped out almost all life once in every 27 million years, dating back at least 250 million years.

Ancient Sumerian writings first documented the planet’s supposed existence, as did other ancient civilizations. But our inability to study it firmly placed the doomsday scenarios into the conspiracy-theory category.

Now, a retired astrophysics professor from the University of Louisiana, Daniel Whitmire, is saying Nibiru has all but arrived to our neck of the woods – and that the destruction brought about by its gravitational trickery will take place this very April, as it’s done numerous times before, every time it passed us by.

Whitmire recently published his research in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, although he first theorized the Nibiru-mass extinction connection back in 1985 in the journal Nature.

Earlier this year we started seeing space anomalies manifesting in a small group of objects, which have been taking on a peculiar orbit. Only something 10 times the size of the Earth – as theorized with Nibiru, could influence celestial objects in such a way, according to a study from Caltech.

The anomaly was picked up on in the Kuiper Belt, which stretches all the way past Neptune. And it resurrected a 100-year debate.

Whitmire and colleague John Matese’s original theory suggested that Nibiru orbits the sun, passing through the Kuiper Belt comets every 27 million years, picking up traces and carrying them onwards.

The danger here was not only that some would hit Earth, but that others would disintegrate in the sun, and really mess with our source of light.

Whitmire, who retired and has been teaching at Lafayette since 2012 and the University of Arkansas since 2013, says “I’ve been part of this story for 30 years…  If there is ever a final answer I’d love to write a book about it.”

The Caltech study is among the latest stabs at studying the elusive celestial body that affects the movement of the Kuiper Belt objects. Whether the Sumerians were describing that very planet remains a mystery.

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(Via RT, Discovery)

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76 Comments

  1. Daniel LaBouef
    Daniel LaBouef 12 April, 2016, 18:42

    Conspiracy theory

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  2. Randy Lewis
    Randy Lewis 12 April, 2016, 18:44

    well…… that will screw up my summer plans ……damn it

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  3. Jenry R. Rubel
    Jenry R. Rubel 12 April, 2016, 18:51

    More fear porn

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  4. Jer Gruszecki
    Jer Gruszecki 12 April, 2016, 18:54

    Nope

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  5. Frank Stone
    Frank Stone 12 April, 2016, 18:57

    its finally the end.. coool

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  6. Skarphedinn Haraldsson
    Skarphedinn Haraldsson 12 April, 2016, 18:58

    ok the planet is so post be further out than Pluto ….hmmm it must travel very very very fast ….like a ferrari …, I now some thing happened 36 thousand years ago …but it takes as they tell us 18 months to travel to Mars …from earth …the white way ….18 hours the black way ….or less …..unless that planet have a time portal …I would say …a alonger time ….

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  7. Shawn David Nicholas Fairholm
    Shawn David Nicholas Fairholm 12 April, 2016, 19:12

    Shit…never gonna catch up on rent then…lol

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  8. Paul Martin Reilly
    Paul Martin Reilly 12 April, 2016, 19:12

    lol

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  9. George Lindsay
    George Lindsay 12 April, 2016, 19:16

    Fucking brill…..i owe 1000s

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  10. Dana Russell
    Dana Russell 12 April, 2016, 19:17

    If you actually believe this…here’s your sign. You won’t get a warning if it actually comes that close to Earth…just kiss your asses goodbye!

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  11. Marcin Loroch
    Marcin Loroch 12 April, 2016, 19:19

    Again lol

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  12. Hadrian Lear
    Hadrian Lear 12 April, 2016, 19:22

    Well that then will be the end of this page then.i’ll leave another comment next month just incase but I suspect by then you would of told us about another 30 plus end of the world avents.one day you will get it right but for now cry Wolf comes to mind

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  13. Kenneth George Houdek
    Kenneth George Houdek 12 April, 2016, 19:25

    OK, goodbye everyone. No rocket,no can escape.

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  14. Owen Davies
    Owen Davies 12 April, 2016, 19:26

    For gods’s sake! This bullshit demeans the subject. It “may” cause mass extinction this month?? See you next month.

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  15. Tony Badham
    Tony Badham 12 April, 2016, 19:31

    If it was a month away we would see it.

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  16. Nick Kirby
    Nick Kirby 12 April, 2016, 19:32

    We have lived the through over 5 extinctions since 1999. Id say humans have nothing to worry about lmao

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  17. Hendrick Poulsie
    Hendrick Poulsie 12 April, 2016, 19:32

    misschien zitten daar die allien,s wel..zou mij nie verbazen nie.

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  18. Terri Bechthold
    Terri Bechthold 12 April, 2016, 19:36

    Jeepers…..What you will use for a headline to gain attention…..I swear……

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  19. Niven Smith
    Niven Smith 12 April, 2016, 19:38

    Bollocks

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  20. Alex Whitman
    Alex Whitman 12 April, 2016, 19:46

    About time, hopefully it’s gonna hit U.S congress head on first

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  21. Anthony Phillips
    Anthony Phillips 12 April, 2016, 19:50

    Man, not this month! We got started into warm days again!

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  22. Chad A. Hanley
    Chad A. Hanley 12 April, 2016, 19:52

    This isnt a neutron star.

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  23. Ebenezer Chucks
    Ebenezer Chucks 12 April, 2016, 19:53

    Nothing gonna happen

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  24. Ruggiero Ruggi
    Ruggiero Ruggi 12 April, 2016, 19:54

    It’s been destroyed in 2003 so don’t worry

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  25. Mike Yzaguirre
    Mike Yzaguirre 12 April, 2016, 19:57

    funny as soon as they announce the possibility of planet 9 Doomsday weirdos pop out of everywhere.

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  26. Torleif Lindell
    Torleif Lindell 12 April, 2016, 20:07

    About time……

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  27. Stan Howard
    Stan Howard 12 April, 2016, 20:07

    Well carp time to stock up on bread and milk. lol

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  28. Will Williams
    Will Williams 12 April, 2016, 20:08

    Stop!

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  29. Leo Gastronomo Leo
    Leo Gastronomo Leo 12 April, 2016, 20:18

    kkkkkkkk

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  30. Kevin Scott Svedine Sr.
    Kevin Scott Svedine Sr. 12 April, 2016, 20:19

    We would see this planet if we had a month. Stop the bullshit. Another way for the Companies to rake in billions from the preppers.

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  31. Emily Elizabeth Windsor-Cragg
    Emily Elizabeth Windsor-Cragg 12 April, 2016, 20:22

    Stop with the fear porn. Nibiru has come this way over 120 times in the past 450,000 years, and Earth is still viable. . . . But they do harbor secrets. http://www.amazon.com/Turn-Back-Tyranny-Top-Down-Hierarchy/dp/1530998077

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  32. Richard Vann
    Richard Vann 12 April, 2016, 20:23

    X marks the spot…..what drivel..

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  33. Richard West
    Richard West 12 April, 2016, 20:31

    When I first saw this story last week, they were saying it was coming by Earth and would either collide with us or would disrupt a great many asteroids which would cause a massive meteor shower accompanied by the possibility of one large one wiping us out. We’re still here. Nothing happened. If there is such a planet – which there isn’t – there’s nothing we can do about it, so why worry?

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  34. Dan Smith
    Dan Smith 12 April, 2016, 20:35

    Astronomical chances, so spaketh real science.

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  35. Leslie Nelson
    Leslie Nelson 12 April, 2016, 20:57

    IF the Bible is true, why is not Planet X mentioned in it as causing the earth to be destroyed and millions killed.

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  36. Bill Walters
    Bill Walters 12 April, 2016, 21:22

    I hope so.

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  37. Bill Walters
    Bill Walters 12 April, 2016, 21:24

    Doubt this will happen. I’ve been reading same shit for 10 years and still no sign of this huge so-called planet.

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  38. Sean Shaw
    Sean Shaw 12 April, 2016, 21:47

    Thank god I saw this, I’m not going to waste a second more of my time working and I’m spending all my money on hookers and cocaine. Sweet

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  39. Sig Henriquez
    Sig Henriquez 12 April, 2016, 21:50

    Do we have to file our taxes…?

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  40. Darren Garrett
    Darren Garrett 12 April, 2016, 22:06

    Guess an umbrella would not help

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  41. James Corvett
    James Corvett 13 April, 2016, 00:46

    could only pray lol

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  42. Pablo Rodriguez
    Pablo Rodriguez 13 April, 2016, 01:08

    There ain’t no Planet X, got destroyed long time ago.

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  43. Paul Hume
    Paul Hume 13 April, 2016, 02:18

    Rhys Mcnamara

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  44. Chitiz Übermensch
    Chitiz Übermensch 13 April, 2016, 02:25

    I have come to understand that “may” means “never” in websites like these.

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  45. Mike Chrzanowski
    Mike Chrzanowski 13 April, 2016, 02:50

    Gotta love science fiction. I’ll bet my entire fortune we are still here in May.

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  46. Barry Mohn
    Barry Mohn 13 April, 2016, 03:25

    Ur retarded if you think your Fear campaign will work we know the truth and your’s not …

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  47. Buckminster Fuller
    Buckminster Fuller 13 April, 2016, 04:01

    Thisw month Huh, WELL , before i disconnect myself from this group i will say FUCK YOU CUNTZZZZZZ> im out

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  48. Fenris Anderson
    Fenris Anderson 13 April, 2016, 05:03

    It will be my chance to get away from it all…at least in this body!

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  49. Ben Wilson
    Ben Wilson 13 April, 2016, 05:23

    Wayne Mack

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  50. Bård Andreassen
    Bård Andreassen 13 April, 2016, 06:47

    Again :) Have been waiting since 2012.

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  51. Andrew Hooper
    Andrew Hooper 13 April, 2016, 07:46

    But Planet X doesn’t actually exist in our plane, and only causes extinctions in the astrological sense, right?

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  52. Andrew Hooper
    Andrew Hooper 13 April, 2016, 07:48

    There is NO Planet X… the entire thing is a misinterpretation of a wall engraving depicting 10 moons around Saturn, not 10 planets around the Sun.

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  53. Ocin Natt
    Ocin Natt 13 April, 2016, 08:13

    yeah – at last!

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  54. Jamie Alvis BA Pgce
    Jamie Alvis BA Pgce 13 April, 2016, 10:49

    Again?

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  55. Joe Pike
    Joe Pike 13 April, 2016, 10:52

    This is getting old. We’ve been hearing this same b.s. for YEARS.

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  56. Dwayne Hollis-Cowley
    Dwayne Hollis-Cowley 13 April, 2016, 11:21

    Again

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  57. Karl Winter
    Karl Winter 13 April, 2016, 14:44

    It’ll be humans who destroy mankind not some mythical rogue planet.

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  58. Mitch Beaudoin
    Mitch Beaudoin 13 April, 2016, 15:05

    Oh well it would be back to square one in a few thousand years.

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  59. Tamiz Khan
    Tamiz Khan 13 April, 2016, 15:32

    If I had a dollar for every time planet x was going to kill everyone… Chicken Little or Cry Wolf…

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  60. Justin Astral Martin
    Justin Astral Martin 13 April, 2016, 16:39

    probably something to create fear in a time of high energy so collective focus is on apocalpse rather than unity i had a dream about a red planet floatijng past n dust storms n big metoers hitting the planet but it didnt destroy us it just helped us clear away the crap wee didnt neeed to start anew tbh i belive it does exsists and my dreams always come true eveer since i was 13 haah so will see had so many dejavus up to now but still i am living the dream so they say hahaha 😛 love u all dont opull ur selfs down in fear thats what i feel this is just a method of instilling fear to lower your vibration and to lower your sense of security and grounding so dont worry everyone if we are gonna be extinct atleast we will be free from the downsides of physcial exsistence i have to admit up there its much better went there when i died from ghangreene in my tummy when i was 13 but hey dont use that as a excuse to kill urselfs becuase ur fed up with life just keep going ur all amazing n ur doing great dont worry about the planet worry about the people instead the planet is fine its the people that neeeds saving mostly onc ethat happens then earth will be even happier hehe but dont worry keep making love keep loving keep creating love and keep spreading love also one more thing i love u you and keep loving heheh remember ohhh yeh mone more thing ……… hehehe 😛 love is the way

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  61. Richter Hannes Kriek
    Richter Hannes Kriek 13 April, 2016, 17:22

    Didn’t that happen in 2012?

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  62. Ronald G. Peete
    Ronald G. Peete 13 April, 2016, 19:22

    BULL SHIT!!!

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  63. Endré Forget
    Endré Forget 13 April, 2016, 21:56

    the sooner the better

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  64. AE Robinson
    AE Robinson 14 April, 2016, 00:17

    I smell Onion.

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  65. Jose Andres Barraza
    Jose Andres Barraza 14 April, 2016, 00:20

    not yet just a little more. youll see

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  66. Michael Bailey
    Michael Bailey 14 April, 2016, 01:12

    Can’t wait… Love a Big Bang

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