Will the world end on Sunday? Conspiracy theorists claim mysterious planet Nibiru will trigger apocalyptic earthquakes

Mail Online | 11/19/2017 | Harry Pettit For Mailonline
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Conspiracy theorists are yet again convinced that the world is about to end thanks to the mysterious plant Nibiru.

Nibiru was meant to destroy Earth on September 23 after a Christian numerologist claimed it was about to collide with our planet.

Prediction - Nibiru - Earthquakes - November - Planet

After the prediction flopped, some have claimed Nibiru will instead trigger apocalyptic earthquakes on November 19 that will obliterate our planet.

In response to the rumours, a top Nasa scientist has said the planet can't exist because its gravitational forces would have already stripped Earth of its moon.

Dr - David - Morrison - Astronomer - Nasa

Dr David Morrison, an astronomer at Nasa Ames Research Centre, said if the system made it into the inner solar system, it would disrupt the position of the all planets, and 'eject the moon from Earth's orbit.'

So-called Nibiru truthers claim Nasa is part of a conspiracy to 'hide the truth' from the general population while the 'global elite' escape to the safety of secret underground bunkers.

Nibiru - Planet - X - Planet - Edge

Nibiru, sometimes referred to as Planet X, is a hypothesised planet on the edge of the solar system that orbits the sun every 3,600 years.

Conspiracy theorists believe the gravitational influence of Nibiru disrupted the orbits of other planets in the solar system hundreds of years ago as the object ringed the sun.

Passage - Time - Planet - Collide - Earth

They claim the next disruptive passage could happen at any time, with the planet predicted to either collide directly with Earth or trigger apocalyptic weather patterns across its surface.

Dr Morrison's comments were made during a podcast released by the Search for Extraterrestrial Life Institute (SETI) website.

Part - Picture - Science - Radio - Show

It was part of the 'Big Picture Science Radio Show', which broadcast an episode called 'Skeptic Check: Nibiru! (Again!)'

When asked what would happen if Nibiru entered the solar system, Dr Morrison said: 'If a big object was coming into the solar system its gravity would perturb the orbits of the planets, and...
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