Is Planet X Still a Threat?

Planet X visible from the Earth

Planet X, otherwise known as Planet Nine when Pluto was disregarded as the solar system’s ninth planet, is a hypothetical planet that was theorized by several scientists to explain the unusual orbits of Neptune, Uranus, and other dwarf planets found outside the Kuiper Belt, an asteroid belt found at the edge of … Read more

What Happened to David Meade?

David Meade is a conspiracy theorist and author who became famous for predicting that a strange planet called Nibiru or Planet X will cause the destruction of Planet Earth in 2017. However, his predictions were proven to be false when 2017 passed, and the end of the world did not happen. Meade … Read more

Is Nibiru a Real Planet?

The planet Nibiru has always been talked about every time the word “doomsday” is brought up, as some people believe that this strange planet would collide with Earth someday, thus bringing doom to all living things on our world. For those who don’t know what Nibiru is, it is supposed to be … Read more

Planet X: What’s the Latest?

While the Planet X name is widely associated with Nancy Lieder and her doomsday theory that a large planet called Planet X would collide with Earth and bring the end to all living beings on our planet, the name was actually coined in 1894 by an astronomer named Percival Lowell, who proposed … Read more

Planet X: Myth Debunked

For a couple of years both science and researchers have been working on a new planet that may be orbiting in our solar system. This planet is supposed to bigger than planet earth and carries more mass. Over the years, astronomers and scientists have given it different names such as Planet X … Read more

Nibiru Cataclysm: Still a Mystery?

Nibiru Cataclysm is thought to be a phenomenon/event, which involves a planet either colliding or nearly missing the earth. Several conspiracy theorists such as David Meade had made predictions about the event’s happening in 2018. Referred to as Doomsday, the large planetary object that is assumed to collide with the earth is … Read more

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