Return of Nibiru September 22, 2015 part5of10

Has Science Just Admitted Planet X/Nibiru Exists?
Believers Say Full ‘Nibiru Disclosure’ Is Coming
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Astronomers may have inadvertently revived the Planet X/Nibiru cataclysm conspiracy theory that dominated the internet a few years ago. Following the latest announcement by scientists of evidence that there are at least two planets larger than Earth lurking in our solar system beyond Pluto, Planet X/Nibiru

Scientists announced in a new study published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Letters that at least two planets, likely bigger than Earth, are lurking undetected in the outer fringes of the solar system.

According to Professor Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, from the Complutense University of Madrid, who led the study, the evidence supporting the conclusion comes from observations of a belt of space rocks known as the “extreme trans-Neptunian objects,” or ETNOs, orbiting the Sun beyond Neptune. The space rocks were found to show unexpected orbital characteristics that can be explained only by assuming that their expected paths are being distorted by some massive but unseen astronomical body nearby.

The term Planet X has its origin among astronomers in the period after the discovery of planet Neptune in 1846.

After Neptune was discovered, several astronomers speculated that there might still be another planet beyond Neptune. Percival Lowell proposed the Planet X hypothesis to explain observed irregularities in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune.

At first, astronomers thought they had found Planet X when Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh. But they soon realized that Pluto was too small to explain the observed effects on Uranus and Neptune.

The realization sparked a renewed search for Planet X.

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