Saturday, February 18, 2023

Could Nasa Nuke Planet X To Save Earth Or Is It Too Late?

  According to crazy conspiracy theorists, who believe the mythical planet will appear within the skies on Saturday, NASA should be looking to wipe out Nibiru with a W.M.D. to avoid wasting Earth from death and destruction. Planet X believers claim the massive planet, also referred to as Planet X, will pass Earth at four million miles away in October, but the vast size of it'll cause our poles to modify and large seismic activity thanks to the gravity.

And Christian theorists claim the arrival of Nibiru from Saturday, September 23 indicates The Rapture is on the point of start before the Second Coming of Christ.

NASA has reassured us Nibiru could be a massive online hoax, however, many conspiracy theorists continue claiming a large hide is underway and world leaders are preparing to cover away in bunkers while the remainder folks perish.

Some have even outlandishly claimed online that NASA should be looking to “nuke” Nibiru before it gets here.

One online forum user posted: “Isn’t this planet X presupposed to be amazingly large?

“I say, if that planet comes around we declare war on those technology hoarding a** wipes. I put forth a motion to nuke the **** out of this Planet X. Put this in your sig if you're in agreement.”

But if Earth were faced with the threat of a rogue planet passing, could Nasa actually send nuclear warheads into space to enlarge Nibiru to avoid the catastrophe or would the mission be in vain?

Firstly, the US space agency says it'll NOT take any action because it's dismissed Nibiru as a hoax.

Nasa scientist Dr David Morrison said: “Nibiru isn’t real, Planet X isn’t real. We shouldn’t worry about this hoax.”

Dr Morrison added: “There is not any credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru. There aren't any pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations.

“I can quite specifically say how we all know Planet X or Nibiru doesn't exist and doesn't threaten the planet.”

Secondly, Nasa doesn't yet have the technology.

The Nasa Near-Earth Object defence programme (NEOWISE) has yet to check any theoretical way of coping with even an oversized asteroid that threatened the planet, let alone a rogue planet if one existed.

And, there's not expected to be any useable system in situ for a minimum of the following 100 years. To add to the current, two out of three of Nasa’s proposed deflection strategies, firing nuclear bombs at an asteroid heading towards Earth, or trying to alter its course using the gravitational attraction of an area craft, wouldn't work in step with a panel of experts from campaign group World Asteroid Day.

It is believed that hitting a serious asteroid with a nuclear bomb would simply cause it to blow into smaller fragments that may precipitate on earth, increasing the realm of impact.

Scientists also fear we might not have a spaceship large enough to knock even an enormous asteroid after all if it had been heading to earth, so there's little that would be done to affect the trail of a planet.

Nasa itself believes it should be possible to destroy one if it absolutely was far enough away when the warhead struck.

They have been investigating a way to use nuclear bombs to deflect comets, asteroids and meteors.

But Nasa is confident it still has time to develop its deflection strategy.

Nasa scientist Jason Kessler, who runs the ‘near-Earth” asteroid programme, said: “The likelihood of something hitting us within the future is pretty guaranteed, although we’re not freaking out that there's an imminent threat.”

The US space agency is confident there are not any large asteroids on the right track for Earth anything soon.

A Nasa spokesman said: “Nasa knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth, therefore the probability of a significant collision is kind of small.

“In fact, as best as we will tell, no large object is probably going to strike the planet any time within the next several hundred years.”

But online forums are awash with debate about Nibiru.

YouTube by Sky-Watcher Matt Rogers, a conspiracy theorist who scours the sky for evidence of Nibiru claims in an exceedingly new video that world leaders know Nibiru is coming, and that we are all doomed, but they're keeping it from the general public to forestall panic, as they wait to cover in underground bunkers.

Mr Rogers, who is predicated within the UK, said: “NASA has covered it up. the govt shut it all the way down to prevent mass panic, but it's coming, this is often a fact.”

There is, of course, no evidence to copy his claims.

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