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It Seems Likely Solar System Is Hiding Huge Planet

  • Fri, 13 Oct 2017 09:20
Astronomically inclined conspiracy theorists have long been predicting the Earth's demise in a collision with a rogue planet called "Niburu" or "Planet X" biding its time out of sight somewhere in the solar system, CNET reports. In fact, Niburu was "supposed" to crash into Earth just last month . And while... Science from Newser

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