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NASA scientist is fed up with Nibiru theories

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geraldnewfie

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

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Stiff
10 minutes ago, geraldnewfie said:

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

What? That Nibiru doesn't exist? 

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RoofGardener
14 minutes ago, Essan said:

Do you need NASA to tell you that the tooth fairy doesnt exist?   That Hogwarts Castle is fiction?   That Narnia is not real?  

WHAT ? 

No Tooth Fairy ? Noooooooooooooooooooooooooo :o

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Essan
7 minutes ago, RoofGardener said:

WHAT ? 

No Tooth Fairy ? Noooooooooooooooooooooooooo :o

Well, technically real, but a franchise a bit lke Pizza Hut.   Your local tooth fairy is probably that fat bird from down the street that smells a bit.

See  Hogfather for more details :)


Meanwhile,  Nibiru is a fictional planet invented in the 1970s by a 2 bit writer in a series of very poor sci fi soap opera/sit-com stories.   And definitely isnt the fat bird from down the street that smells a bit. 

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Piney
5 minutes ago, Essan said:

They all need to drink the spiked punch  and cover themselves with a purple sheet so we don't have to hear or see this nonsense anymore....

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need captain morgan
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Timothy
1 hour ago, geraldnewfie said:

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

Do you think that punctuation exists, or is that a lie too?

This may be a clue as to why you might be susceptible to conspiracy theories...

Maybe educate yourself rather than believing stupid claims and posting one line replies. Life will be confusing to you.

And welcome to UM.

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ChaosRose

Why does somebody from NASA even think about Nibiru conspiracy theories?

It's not like he's gonna ever convince the believers. 

Scientists banging their heads against brick walls again, for no reason, whatsoever. 

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Noteverythingisaconspiracy
2 hours ago, geraldnewfie said:

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

I know you think that NASA allways lies, so do you believe in Nibiru ? 

You have repeatedly accused NASA of lying, but so far you have never showed us a single piece of evidence for that.  Is this going to be yet another example ?

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Trelane

I've never encountered this so-called planet. Therefore it simply does not exist.

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The Silver Thong

The gravity of a planet size of  Nibiru could not be hidden. 

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Twin

I know Nibiru is real! I see it every day on Ytube!

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evalha

I wish Niberu would hit the flat earth conference

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badeskov
8 hours ago, geraldnewfie said:

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

If you actually knew something about NASA and how their research is done, you wouldn’t put such an ignorant statement out there. 

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Rlyeh
9 hours ago, geraldnewfie said:

yes lets believe NASA to tell the truth

Instead lets believe a charlatan who couldn't translate Sumerian.

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godnodog

I remember perfectly the day Nibiru collided with Earth, it was a clouded day, a train was passing by and a jumbo jet was flying by really low, the sky was completed filled with high altitude clouds, never saw it coming, maybe next time I'll be lucky and I can get a glimpse.

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TripGun

When Nibiru gets here there will be around 5 to 10 minutes of "I told you so"

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Lilly
50 minutes ago, TripGun said:

When Nibiru gets here there will be around 5 to 10 minutes of "I told you so"

No, because a giant planet just can't *sneak up* on us. If something that size entered into our solar system there would gravitational influences no one could miss.

That said, there could be planetary bodies far out on the border of our system that we don't know about yet. However, this isn't the same thing as a giant planet sneaking up and smacking into Earth with 5-10 minutes notice.

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TripGun
10 minutes ago, Lilly said:

No, because a giant planet just can't *sneak up* on us. If something that size entered into our solar system there would gravitational influences no one could miss.

That said, there could be planetary bodies far out on the border of our system that we don't know about yet. However, this isn't the same thing as a giant planet sneaking up and smacking into Earth with 5-10 minutes notice.

Nibiru is inter-dimensional and is controlled by a powerful wizard, so yes it can. Boom.

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Lilly
4 hours ago, TripGun said:

Nibiru is inter-dimensional and is controlled by a powerful wizard, so yes it can. Boom.

Well then, I'm a very powerful Jedi Knight and can just use The Force to deal with Nibiru.

 

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godnodog
4 hours ago, TripGun said:

Nibiru is inter-dimensional and is controlled by a powerful wizard, so yes it can. Boom.

raw

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RoofGardener
5 hours ago, Lilly said:

No, because a giant planet just can't *sneak up* on us. If something that size entered into our solar system there would gravitational influences no one could miss.

That said, there could be planetary bodies far out on the border of our system that we don't know about yet. However, this isn't the same thing as a giant planet sneaking up and smacking into Earth with 5-10 minutes notice.

Not necessarily Lilly. It COULD be a huge dandelion seed, with hardly any mass :) 

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