This year in October, Earth will collide with the mysterious planet Nibiru as theorized by the 'Planet X - The 2017 Arrival' book author, David Meade. A conspiracy theorist, he believes that the planet he called 'a binary twin of our sun' will hit Earth at the south pole.
Meade said, "This system is, of course, not aligned with our solar system's ecliptic, but is coming to us from an oblique angle and toward our South Pole. This makes observations difficult unless you're flying at a high altitude over South America with an excellent camera."
According to him, the sun's binary twin will come along with seven orbiting bodies which include Nibiru. He also referred Nibiru as Planet X which is a blue, hypothesized planet on the verge of the solar system, Mail Online reported.
Conspiracy theorists have no doubt that Nibiru's gravitational impact disorganized the orbits of other planets centuries ago. Mead believes that the rogue planet will collide with Earth in October this year after being forced here by the gravitational pull of the sun's twin binary star, however, with no such proof. The Scientific community does not believe that Nibiru really exists, according to The Sun.
He claimed that the star is hard to locate due to the angle of how it will approach Earth. Likewise in his book, 'Planet X - The 2017 Arrival', he promoted scientific evidence. But readers commented on the book saying that the disagreement suddenly turned into a religious argument.
An astrophysicist at Harvard University, Anjali Tripathi mentioned about a terrifying natural effect which he called atmospheric escape with the ability to destroy. As NASA sees it, Nibiru along with other tales about unpredictable planets are only internet fraud and apparently it is non-existent.
Nibiru was largely predicted to hit Earth last December 2015 and prior to that in September. It was also foreseen to shatter the planet to correspond with the Mayan apocalypse that did not happen in 2012. Even in 2003, it was predicted that Nibiru will devastate the world.