20 July 2003



I just finished watching 'Sleepless in Seattle'. Because of it, I was ummm... inspired (?) to whip out Google and check out Niburu or Planet X. Don't ask, long convoluted pointless story involving SiS, a spider, an ex-girlfriend, missing socks, lego and a maglite.

Here are three sites about Planet X (from one end of the spectrum to another):

"...the Anaki, the Mighty Ones, who came to Earth ages ago from another solar system, arriving from spaceship. They came from the star Sothis (Sirius). They landed on a land called Aztlan (Atlantis)... "
This so way out there.

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Nibiru
"Call it Nibiru, Planet X or whatever; the fact is that the discovery of 2001 KX76 tells us that it will come at us from the Kuiper Belt. Therefore, by definition, an XKBO is a Kuiper Belt Object in a long period orbit around our sun, with sufficient mass to trigger life-threatening global Earth changes as the result of a flyby event"
It's a mix of scientific fact and speculative ummm... conjecture

Bad Astronomy
"Observations show that the trans-Neptunians are mostly confined within a thick band around the ecliptic, leading to the realization that they occupy a ring or belt surrounding the sun. This ring is generally referred to as the Kuiper Belt, it was never a planet, and this discovery allowed scientists to revise their ideas about the solar system to cancel out what they thought was a wobble."
This one tackles it (and debunks) it scientifically.

Ever wonder why the Philippines is virtually untouched by UFO myths? Ours are usually based from the ground and underneath it (lamang lupas). Me? I believe in aliens. Not sure if they believe in me...