Those people who believe in the existence of the mysterious planet called Nibiru think that it’s going to hit the Earth next year. However, even if its existence hasn’t been proven and NASA even denied it, experts are saying that a collision between two planets can indeed happen. The results would be catastrophic and all life would be wiped out within minutes.
There are some people who still believe that the Planet X or Wormwood has supposedly entered our solar system and will hit our planet next year. According to this theory, Nibiru orbits the Sun once every 3,600 years. Daniel Manson, one of the strongest believers in this theory, says that currently, Nibiru is behind Venus and is set to reach Earth in May next year. And while the majority of people don’t believe in the existence of this planet, scientists know that such collisions can indeed happen.
The Nibiru theory and planet collisions
There was a 2008 research paper done by astronomer Gregory Henry and Benjamin Zuckerman, a professor of physics which proved that too planets hit each other about 300-light-years away from Earth. According to them, what resulted from that collision was catastrophic. They even compared the event with a supposed collision between our planet and Venus. To make people get an idea, Zuckerman said that the asteroid crash that killed the dinosaurs was only a joke compared to what such a collision could cause.
So, in the unlikely possibility that Nibiru will crash into Earth, all life on both planets would go extinct in a few minutes. Moreover, our planet would become nothing but cosmic dust. As for the existence of this rogue planet, scientists are dismissing these theories. David Morrison, NASA’s lead scientist reassured people here on Earth that a planet such as Nibiru does not exist and he said that he is sure of it.
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