Quite a short while ago, conspiracy theorists had been warning the about a newly discovered planet named Nibiru or Planet X which was supposed to collide with Earth and lead to the blue planet’s ultimate destruction. The collision was due to happen on September 23, and NASA persuaded us that the announced apocalypse was not going to happen.
But, reportedly, NASA scientists may have finally confirmed the discovery of a new planet, located at the end of the Solar System.
Reportedly, Planet X or Nibiru is supposed to be an enormous planet positioned at the very end of the Solar System. According to conspiracy theories, Planet X is moving directly toward our planet Earth was about to hit it on September 23.
This presumption was not confirmed by NASA at the time; however, they seem to be altering their findings.
No Escape from Destruction
As opposed to what conspiracy theorists claimed, NASA explained that Planet X would not collide with and destroy Earth. Some conspiracy theorists claimed that Planex will only graze Earth, however, be warned, as this is alleged to be as destructive as a full-on collision of the two planets.
Namely, however moderate that “grazing” is, it will inflict terrible and catastrophic damage to Earth, as it will force our planet to move from its axis. Theorists say that this will have devastating consequences for Earth, as it will result in changes of climate on the entire planet.
Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade reported that a nuclear war will be initiated after the collision and will last for 7 years. Besides the war, severe natural catastrophes will take place and thus destroy planet Earth. Although the chances for that to happen are not very likely, NASA’s statements about the new planet might make us reconsider the latest discovery.
Konstantin Batygin, a planetary astrophysicist employed at Caltech explained:
“There are now five different lines of observational evidence pointing to the existence of Planet Nine. If you were to remove this explanation and imagine Planet Nine does not exist, then you generate more problems than you solve. All of a sudden, you have five different puzzles, and you must come up with five different theories to explain them.”
The reason behind NASA’s alleged confirmation of Planet X, or Nibiru, is that Professor Batygin’s team may be on the brink of a legitimate discovery of a new planet. Though there are experts who are persuaded that Planet X will eventually damage the Solar System, that is not likely to take place quite soon.
Jim Green, who leads the Planetary Science Division, explained Caltech’s efforts on NASA’s website: “It’s the start of a process that could lead to an exciting result.”