NASA: It truly is ‘Never A Straight Answer’
I love this article which debunks the existence of Planet X. It talks about the infrared telescope WISE, how it searched for planets in our outer solar system, including the elusive Planet X, and came up with nothing.
My first question would be, just how much money did NASA spend on the WISE project, just to go look and see if there is, in fact, a Planet X? I bet the cost ran into multiple millions of dollars to search for this mythical beast. So I ask myself, why the hell would they do that, unless they were convinced of its existence themselves?
Why would they try to dispel all the hype on the Web and tell us, oh, no, there is no such thing as Planet X?
Let’s look at it from a different angle. Let’s say they did discover Planet X and informed the U.S. government of not only its existence but also its path and speed, including the date of its passing by Earth. Now, if you were the government, would you tell the people by broadcasting it on CNN or ABC news? Think about it. I wonder if those astronomers who lost their lives knew the time and date of the arrival of the brown dwarf.
It was very strange how shortly after they debunked Planet X it was reported on the news that science may have potentially discovered two planets never seen before in our solar system. Well, how did those planets sneak up on us all of a sudden, undetected? If NASA is so good at detecting such planets, what the hell happened there?
It’s not like they are small rocks; they are planets. Neither NASA nor the European Space Agency detected the meteor that exploded over Russia. Everyone was taken completely by surprise, so needless to say, I don’t have much faith in NASA to report anything but lies.
Let’s face it, if you were an astronomer and discovered Planet X, would you go public, knowing what has happened to other astronomers in the past? I really don’t believe you would and I would go so far as to say that any respected astronomer has probably had a visit from the powers that be (MIB, maybe) and been told to keep their lips tightly closed; that’s just my own theory, for what it’s worth.
This article tells the story of how they determined that there are two planets in the far reaches of our universe and that they have possibly found Planet X, and that the government will be disclosing it shortly. Well, I don’t think that will happen but check it out anyway.
Record-breaking heat waves
Germany is experiencing a record-breaking heatwave. I wondered how many other countries were experiencing the same thing, so I checked the Web and it seems like France, the Netherlands and the UK also experienced heatwaves with temperatures reaching 40.3 degrees Celsius, Germany being the highest.
This article makes an attempt of explaining why we are experiencing such high temperatures but after reading it they don’t have a clear explanation. Hmm. I wonder what it is. India and Pakistan also had heatwaves and this has killed quite a few people. Maybe it’s just another piece of the puzzle; time will tell, especially if the Earth does tilt, as predicted.
FEMA camps disguised as shopping malls
The U.S. has built FEMA camps right under your very noses. You need to check out this article and turn the pages to look at all the so-called “shopping malls” but they all seem to have lookout towers incorporated in the construction. After seeing this, it will definitely make you think.
Humans are pigs
We live on a beautiful planet but we as humans sometimes misuse it often, so before you throw that empty fast food bag and drink cup out the window of your car or toss an empty bottle in the ocean, please view the video below. I would much rather our taxes went to cleaning this mess up than on a nuclear warhead. I am a real advocate for recycling. This has nothing to do with Planet X but it does have to do with how we are. We tell our children to clean their rooms because they are a mess, so we should set the right example ourselves. So you wasteful people out there, keep your planet clean.
Stay safe. DDD signing off.
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