What threatens us is a big blue planet called Nibiru on the edge of the solar system.
The Earth may have to " end" this October by the collision of the Earth with a giant mysterious planet - this is the conclusion given by conspiracy theorist David Meade - the author of the book. "Planet X - 2017 Arrival".
Accordingly, a star he called "binary of sunlight" carries "7 orbits" including Nibiru - the large blue planet mentioned as planet X at the edge of the solar system. go and attack the Earth in October.
The mysterious planet giant Nibiru is said to hit Earth this October.
David Meade said that Nibiru is set to attack the Earth under the influence of gravity from its parent star, the binary star combined with sunlight. And humans will be very difficult to detect them.
David Meade added: "This star system is not aligned with the elliptical orbit of the solar system, it approaches from the South Pole at the oblique angle, making observation more difficult unless We monitor from a high position in South America with a very sensitive camera ".
Nibiru is set to attack Earth under the influence of gravity from the mother star.
However, the scientific community did not agree with Mr. Meade's statement. According to NASA, " Nibiru and other theories about this mysterious planet are just rumors. This planet does not exist ."
Dr. Daniel Whitmire of Louisiana University, USA last year also mentioned the prospect of planet X colliding with the Earth in April 2016.
It is known that Dr. Whitmire made this point for the first time about 30 years ago. He admitted to the New York Post magazine, the current evidence of planet X is not entirely consistent with the predictions he had made despite many uncertainties. And you see, we're still going into 2017, but it's nothing.
Nasa states, Nibiru and other theories about this mysterious planet are just rumors.
Readers of Meade's book argue that the book is more about religious argument when Meade concentrates only on scientific opinions, astronomical evidence in the first few dozen pages, and the next 40 pages mostly say about religion, illusions and dreams.
So, please rest assured that living well, there will be no collision with Earth from a mysterious giant planet.