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December 29, 2010 07:56PM
Ogygos Wrote:
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> There are a lot of 2012 end of the world theories
> that include things like Nibiru, Phaëton, Giza
> pyramids, aliens, etc.

Written by people who know little to nothing of geology, Egyptology, anthropology, paleontology, astronomy, physics, and so forth.

> Some consider that the Phaëton story reflects
> knowledge of an exploded planet V scenario, see
> asteroid belt.

There's not enough mass in the asteroid belt to make a planet. A planetoid of Pluto's size or smaller, perhaps, but no true planet.

> The largest asteroid is
> Ceres(Demeter in ancient Hellenic), so they call
> this ancient planet Phaëton. Other’s consider this
> Phaëton and Nibiru a 2012 Maya colander predicted
> close approach of a Solar partner – brown dwarf -
> or something like that, which with its highly
> ecliptic orbit could approach very close to the
> Earth and mark the end of civilization as we know
> it.

A "brown dwarf" is a star... something we would easily see with the naked eye even when it was 4 or 5 light years away. It would shine with nearly the same brightness as the moon. If there was a brown dwarf out in the solar system, it would have wrecked all the planets long ago and we'd not have any life here on Earth (it would be a pile of rubble.)

>
> T1 = 12,716 BC = 10,136 BK
> P1 = 146,661,000 km (Khufu pyramid height)
>
> T2 = 101,696 BC = 99,116 BK
> P2 = 143,369,000 km (Kafre pyramid height)
>
> T3 = 204,366 BC = 201,786 BK
> P3 = 142,292,000 km (Kafre pyramid limestone
> height)

> T4 = 65.58 million years ago
> P4 = 146,483,000 km
> PhAEThOaN(Phaëton) = 600 + 1 + 5 + 9 + 800 + 50 =
> 1465
> Chicxulub crater date = 65.2 to 65.8 million years
> ago
>
> I think the Cenozoic period should be renamed to
> Phaëton period.

So you're claiming that people created the alphabet with a numeric code and then named things to mark the approximate arrival of a meteor... something that nobody knew about until fairly recently?

Really?

And "Nibiru" is an Anglicized/phoenetic/best guess spelling of the name. It doesn't quite match the cuneiform.

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Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

Ogygos December 29, 2010 03:45PM

Re: Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

Byrd December 29, 2010 07:56PM

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Re: Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

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Re: Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

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Re: Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

Ogygos December 31, 2010 09:03PM

Re: Nibiru, 2012, Phaëton, and Giza

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