Posted on October 20th, 2009 2 comments
Internet is filled with Niribu, a 1976 creation of an author of speculative fiction, Zecharia Sitchin. The washingtonpost says that the viral Internet rumor is actually being circulated by pseudo-scientists, hoaxers, and movie promoters.
The imaginary planet sure looks more like a publicity stunt for an upcoming movie â€œ2012â€ rather than a reality. But, it sure has created enough momentum to create uneasiness among people. If there were any Nibiru heading our way some of the thousands of astronomers would already have spotted it.
Sony has set up a fake Web site for something called the Institute for Human Continuity — http://www.instituteforhumancontinuity.org — which uses scientific-sounding language to detail the upcoming shredding, torching and obliterating of the world from so many directions it makes your head spin ("large amounts of solar radiation will bombard the Earth and heat up the molten, semi-liquid layers beneath the lithosphere, thus allowing the crust to shift more easily"). (washingtonpost)
A NASA scientist has come forward to dispel the hysterical rumors that claim the imaginary traveling planet will destroy the Earth in 2012. Andrew Fraknoi, past president of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific gave details on why it is a not real, in a recent publication (read the full article here).
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