Evidence is Mounting for a
Planet X / Nibiru XKBO Flyby!
Jacco van der Worp
Facts on Earth
A range of recent events and developments contributes to the evidence presented in this case. As before, some of them are direct; some of them
are indirect, but all of them are food for thought.
The weather across the globe has shown new, unprecedented extremes during Summer 2002 on the Northern Hemisphere. Widespread flooding
across Europe and Asia, and extreme drought in the US. World weather is either showing clear signs of the long-suspected global warming, or something else is causing the weather to go off the scales.
CNN, August 28, 2002
EC seeks $1bn disaster relief fund
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- The European Commission has
called for a disaster relief fund to be set up in the wake of floods that have devastated towns and cities across central Europe.
brought chaos to Germany, Austria, Russia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia and claimed the lives of up to 100 people.
The EC has already allocated 516 million euros ($516 million) in advance aid for German farmers and more than 55 million euros for the Czech Republic.
But on Wednesday, EC President Romano Prodi proposed a new fund for "natural, technological and environmental catastrophes."
Prodi said he hoped the European Parliament and EU member states would agree to the formation of the fund and that it could be set up as quickly as possibly
CNN, 22, 2002
Far-reaching drought chokes much of U.S.
Four years without adequate rainfall have left a broad quilt of browned lawns, withered crops and scorched
forests across much of the United States.
But for Jeff Tranel, an agriculture and business economist with the Colorado State University extension service, it's
what's not there that indicates how tough things are.
The last major drought in the United States occurred in the late 1980s and had an estimated economic impact
of nearly $40 billion. The economic impact of the current drought differs among regions and sectors, Svoboda said, "but I think it's safe to say when it's all said and done, this one is going to be right up
there. When we start looking at all the impacts, it's going to be in the billions of dollars."
In New Mexico and southwestern Texas, only about 2
percent of the water that normally flows into Rio Grande has reached the river this year, said Barry Wirth, a spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Along the Colorado River, which feeds some of the
West's biggest cities -- including Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles -- water levels in major reservoirs like Lake Powell and Lake Mead are 50 to 60 feet below normal, Wirth said.
Earth itself seems to change shape according to recent study by NASA's JPL. The cause of the growing of the bulge in the gravity field at the
equator may lie in the Oceans, just how remains to be determined.
JPL, August 5, 2002
2002 News Releases
Satellites Reveal Mystery of Large Change in Earth's
Satellite data collected since 1998, including data from the U.S./French ocean-observing satellite Topex/Poseidon, managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion
Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., indicate the bulge in Earth's gravity field at the equator is growing, and scientists think that the ocean may hold the answer to the mystery of how the changes in the
trend of Earth's gravity are occurring.
Scientists believe movements of mass cause this recent change from the high latitudes to the equator. Such
large changes may be caused by climate change, but could also be part of normal long-period climatic variation. "The three areas that can trigger large changes in the Earth's gravitational field are oceans,
polar and glacial ice, and atmosphere," Cox said.
"The recent reports of large icebergs calving in Antarctica can't explain this, because they were
already floating in the ocean," Cox said. Further, radar altimeter observations of the average sea level rise provided by Topex/Poseidon show no corresponding change in the rate of the global sea level increase.
Facts around Earth
While the warming of Earth may be attributed to human activity, the warming of Pluto may not. Pluto, while currently moving further out from the
Sun (it has become the furthest away member of the Solar System again since 1999), seems to be heating its atmosphere, while its surface grows colder.
CNN, August 23, 2002
Pluto may be undergoing global warming
Pluto could be experiencing a warming trend on the surface and a cooling trend in the atmosphere, according to planetary scientists.
Astronomers made the deduction based on observations
of a recent stellar eclipse when Pluto passed in front of the light of star P126A.
"In the last 14 years, one or more changes have occurred," said Marc Buie of Lowell Observatory in
Flagstaff, Arizona. "Pluto's atmosphere is undergoing global cooling, while other data indicates that the surface seems to be getting slightly warmer.
No explanation has yet been found for this remarkable phenomenon. Neither has there been an explanation for the warming of one of Neptune's moons, detected in the middle of 1998.
BBC news, Thursday, June 25, 1998
Neptune's moon is getting warmer
Observations made by the Hubble Space Telescope and ground-based instruments reveal that Neptune's largest moon, Triton, has warmed significantly since the Voyager spacecraft visited it in 1989. Our science
editor Dr David Whitehouse reports.
The 5% increase means that Triton's temperature has risen from -236°C to -234°C.
It might not be much but if Earth experienced a
similar change in global temperature over a comparable period it could lead to significant climatic changes.
Some Direct Evidence
More things are going on in the Solar System that should not be overlooked so quickly. Kent Steadman has been picking up a tremendous amount of clues in that direction recently on his
Cyberspaceorbit site. [Kent, thanks for keeping the watch]
Cyberspaceorbit.COM, August 8, 2002
Hey, Kent- I noticed something on all EIT images from at least
Look at the 8 o'clock position, just off the Sun's surface. I see an image that appears to be
branched, [at least 3], and segmented!
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These photos, taken from the
SOHO EIT webpage show
that there has been a phenomenon of some sort that has remained stationary for nearly two weeks. Which means it's either moving directly towards us or away from us or orbiting the Sun at exactly the same angle velocity
Whichever of these is true, it is bizarre no matter what. The structure of it resembles no space body we know. Segmented branches by themselves aren't
impossible to explain; the hard part is the fixed position relative to the Solar disk for two weeks.
sent in letter from one of the readers really begins
stirring the dust however.
If you 've been monitoring the SOHO images for the past few weeks (a pretty safe assumuption ;-J) you've probably noted that many of the larger prominences,
from the south solar pole, are repeatedly being deflected to the right of the field-of-view at roughly a minus 15 degree down-angle. Given Earth's current position in it's (cyberspace) orbit, PX is currently
approaching us from a postion that is 90 degrees to the right of the sun, (during Aug 2002). PX is also currently minus 10 degrees below the solar ecliptic, approximately the same down-angle as the deflected
My question is, are these solar prominences being attracted/deflected by the electromagnetic influence of the inbound newcomer?
diagram picture above was copied from Kent's site too. Additionally,
an example SOHO picture is listed; the bent plasma stream appears not to be a remnant of an explosion just prior, a single plasma stream is being bent by some external force.
Also, a few MPG movies have been linked by Kent below the
pictures showing that the Sun recently has developed a tendency to erupt more often to the lower right in the field of view than to other directions. It would appear from this that something
is provoking Solar eruptions from that side.