People love dark prophecies. As if they are comforted by the inevitability of the end of the world. But this prophecy does not become true. Many popular ideas of our time rely on erroneous science and non-existent evidence. Take, for example, the planet Nibiru. They say that there is a mysterious planet that revolves around our Sun, but is somewhere in the outskirts of the solar system. And they say that she flies to Earth to collide with her. When will this happen?
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According to well-known history, Nibiru oncewill crash into our home planet, or pass close enough to it to lead to various natural disasters and put an end to human civilization. But at the moment Nibiru is pure invention. Think for yourself: how can you hide such a big body? If it were, we would see traces of its presence throughout the solar system. We did find the farthest planets Neptune and Uranus more than two hundred years ago, and telescopes have since become much more powerful. Moreover, you should know that all the planets long ago walk in the same circle - in their orbit - therefore, if Nibiru existed, for many billions of years it would have “cleared” its path for itself long ago.
The relative size of the planets of the solar system
Oh well. Suppose Nibiru moves in an unusual orbit. Still, if that were the case, we would have seen the evidence long ago. Long before astronomers found Neptune (in 1846), they suspected that somewhere there, beyond the last frontier, there must be a big planet. Why? Because observers of the night sky saw that Uranus constantly deviates from the expected orbit. Mathematicians have suggested that this is due to the fact that it affects a large planet nearby. And you know what? This mysterious planet turned out to be a gas giant, which we now call Neptune.
End of the world from Nibiru: wait or not?
Now back to Nibiru. If it exists, it would affect other planets in our solar systems — like Neptune once did. Astronomers are not fools and they immediately understand that if the motion of the planet does not correspond to the calculations, there must be something else in the equation. And the more Nibiru - the size of Jupiter or more - the greater the impact that it should have on the entire solar system. Because the more massive the planet, the stronger its gravitational influence. Read about how gravity and weightlessness are arranged.
That's the way the solar system works.
If you look at the solar system from above,today, all the planets from Venus to Neptune rotate, as it were, on one dish, in the same plane. But astronomer David Morrison believes that if something like Nibiru passes the Earth about once every 3,600 years, its gravity would knock some of the planets off the dish, disrupting order. And also, if Nibiru really existed, it would “steal” the Moon from Earth many years ago.
And here is the last proof: The solar system is very big. The planets move in their orbits with great speed, but still relatively slow, so even if Nibiru got close, we would see it at least a couple of years before the collision. Conclusion: Nibiru is a myth. Do not let yourself be deceived, now you have an exact scientific picture. It is much more interesting that scientists are now on the trail of the ninth planet in the solar system - read how its searches are going now.