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Planet X Update 2011 – Is NASA Keeping Us in the Dark?


planet x nibiru and earthEven NASA admits that it’s impossible for them to find and track all of the asteroids and comets in our solar system that are on a potential collision course with earth. What’s worse, even if they do find them, in most cases it’s already too late. For example, the 2009 DD45 asteroid that measured 69 feet by 154 feet in diameter (about the same size as the asteroid that exploded over Siberia in 1908 and leveled everything within a 1,000 square mile radius) was detected late in February and made it’s 100,000 mph buzz by Earth on  March 2 of the same year, giving barely a few weeks notice. It missed us by just 48,000 miles (an extremely close distance in astronomical terms— just twice as high as the orbits of some telecommunications satellites and about a fifth of the distance to the Moon)
Worst yet, if there is a known threat out there, do you think NASA would go public with it? If a life/planet-altering comet or “planet-x” such as Nibiru was known to be nearing Earth, what do you think they’d do? Maybe they believe they can stop it and know that it would make no sense to cause three years of global panic and chaos if they disclosed it now. Who knows what the government actually has sitting up in space right now? – It’s possible that the 2012 Planet X has already been found (see Two Suns In China Image!) and there is a team working to prevent it from hitting earth. Let’s hope so.

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