Re: New Planet!
- From: "John Scheldroup" <jschel@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 20:52:06 -0500
"wws" <wwsnot@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:UM-dnZ2dnZ2LwmCLnZ2dnWKLbd-dnZ2dRVn-zZ2dnZ0@xxxxxxxxx
> John Scheldroup wrote:
>> "wws" <wwsnot@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:2uednRjcyKeuXXLfRVn-rw@xxxxxxxxx
>>>Kirk Gordon wrote:
>>>> I'm usrprised that none of the other science freaks in the group beat me to this. Have a look:
>> The Dinosaurs and the Moon.
> What are you getting at?
> Niburu is an highly eccentric orbit.
> Dinosaurs, (which still live, as in "birds"), are earth centric.
> Find one Tyrannosaurus bone one the moon, our moon, and I'll eat your shorts.
Nope I guess you werent following me.
The Moon, The Dinosaur extinction, The Asteroid belt
Extinctions on earth caused by volcanism
The odd thing about all this is that the scenario also shows that a flyby event
could have been the cause of the dinosaur extinction. In this case, the extinction
of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago could be proof that a massively large
body is in a slow elongated orbit around our Sun and that when it flies by the Earth
every several thousand or million years, massive die offs occur.
Where did the other half go? Why is Earth only half a planet? The diagrams shown
here are descriptions from the Sumerians explaining how our Earth came to be...
They state that the satellites of Planet X (Nibiru) as they called it, collided with our
primitive Earth in the past. Creating the asteroid belt and forever becoming another
member of our solar system in a comet like 3,600 year orbit around the sun.
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