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Old 12-21-2009, 12:52 AM   #41
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This is a fine thread but I have decided to abandon any further posts due to its controversial nature. My views regarding Roswell will remain identical as I firmly believe it to be fact not fiction but I will definitely be monitoring this thread as I've enjoyed the intelligent posts.
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Old 12-21-2009, 01:04 AM   #42
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... Sitchin’s argument is that the Sumerians knew of an extra planet beyond Pluto. This extra planet is considered by Sitchin to be Nibiru, an astronomical body mentioned in Mesopotamian texts. Sitchin’s works detail his contention that Nibiru passes through our solar system every 3600 years, ...

Eris (Nibiru?) is beyond and larger than Pluto but has a period (and is therefore part of the solar system) significantly shorter than 3600 years.

Also, if something passes through the solar system it is not part of that system. I'm curious, how would something that is not part of the solar system have a period around the sun (and is therefore part of the solar system)?

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Old 12-21-2009, 01:10 PM   #43
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Eris (Nibiru?) is beyond and larger than Pluto but has a period (and is therefore part of the solar system) significantly shorter than 3600 years.

Also, if something passes through the solar system it is not part of that system. I'm curious, how would something that is not part of the solar system have a period around the sun (and is therefore part of the solar system)?

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Good question but hard to answer, for me anyway..
I've read books of zacharia sitchin and Jim Marrs,
but in a translated version.
It's hard for me to reply in English, but i do understand
what's been written on this thread.
it really fascinates me what happens out there.
We are surrounded by 25 billion stars in our galaxy.
I'm sure that some answers can be found out there.

Some books i've read.....




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And what about this guys?
They're trying to stop a free kick. Immortalized forever the Easter Island side defeated the Polynesians in the Tropical Island championships of 804a.d.
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They're trying to stop a free kick. Immortalized forever the Easter Island side defeated the Polynesians in the Tropical Island championships of 804a.d.

You could be on to something there. There is more than a striking resemblance to Zinedine Zidane. Perhaps they were built by some bizarre future football cult.
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..... after watching the 'Trump' in it's natural habitat for many years now, we are still unable to determine the purpose of it's bouffant crest ?

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Finally, undeniable proof Aliens live amongst us in the USA!!!

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Why the word "palindrome" isn't one!

I would suggest something like "wordrow" - yep, that works.
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The secret to the pyramids? They were the first Lego's invented and assembled by these guys!

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I'd like to have a quick peek into the future a few hundred years from now (provided we make it past 2012) to listen to the chuckes of those looking back at our era, just as we've done to those that once thought the earth was flat.

Are we alone in the universe? Just watch a few episodes of "How the Earth was made" and you cant help but assume similar occurances throughout the universe must have happened.

How did those Inca's make those perfect cuts in stone? They discovered math!

All in due time, great mysteries will be explained.
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How did those Inca's make those perfect cuts in stone? They discovered math!

As I stated in my earlier post, they probaby cut the stones roughly and then ground down the parts that did not fit. Much like roughly cutting a piece of wood, and then sanding or planing it to fit another piece of wood.

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