Astronomer WARNS ‘fragment of Nibiru’ will impact Earth in February


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A UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT is HURTLING towards Earth, and a Russian astronomer say’s it’s a fragment of Nibiru. Astronomers say that the mystery object dubbed as 2016 WF9 appears extremely DARK and unreflective. In addition to that, scientists state that the object has an unknown origin. But, Nibiru is just a myth, right? 

On January 25, an asteroid nicknamed 2017 BX, the size of a bus passed near Earth at 26,700 km/h. As it turns out, two weeks earlier, on January 9, a huge space rock (2017 AG13) the size of a 10-storey building passed between Earth and the Moon twice as fast as the asteroid on January 25, 2017.

According to experts, neither of the two space objects posed any danger to mankind, even though we were not able to detect them in time.

This raises some serious questions.

Astronomers are justified by saying that the smaller the space rock, the harder it is to detect it in time. But the reality is different, and many scientists agree on the fact that we simply do not have enough technology to detect near-Earth objects (NEOs).

In addition, astronomers say we have pressing evidence that a great catastrophe could occur at any time, without warning. We only have to look back a couple of years. On 15 February 2013, at 9:20 local time a large meteorite exploded in the skies of the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, south of the Urals. It was the second most intense meteoric event in Russia behind the Tunguska in 1908 and leveled more than 2,000 square kilometers of Siberian tundra.

Although all these asteroids and meteorites could be insignificant in comparison to a supposed MASSIVE space rock space that is moving towards the Earth. An astronomer says a huge asteroid could crash into our planet in February, destroying cities and causing tsunamis. But this massive space rock is not a normal asteroid, and the Russian astronomer claims it is nothing less than a fragment of the mythical Planet Nibiru.

The object in question is known as 2016 WF9, and it is hurtling towards Earth and is being tracked by NASA.

Strangely, NASA has still no idea what the object is exactly. The only thing we know it will miss Earth, passing at a distance of nearly 32 million miles on February 25.

However, Russian astronomer Dr. Dyomin Damir Zakharovich has said the space agency is wrong.

Dr. Zakharovich warns that the mystery object could collide with our planet on February the 16th, sparking catastrophic tsunamis and causing the planet’s seas to boil.

Furthermore, the Russian astronomer warns that the mysterious object comes from the rogue planet Nibiru, also called Planet X, on the edge of the solar system.

Speaking about the mystery object hurtling towards Earth, Dr. Zakharovich said:

The object they call WF9 left the Nibiru system in October when Nibiru began spinning counterclockwise around the sun. Since then, NASA has known it will hit Earth. But they are only telling people now. We are all in peril.”

However, NASA has said that the object is not considered a threat.

Dr. Zakharovich disagrees saying: “It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data! NASA probably knows the impact zone. I do not. We are all in peril.”

Speaking about the enigmatic object dubbed as WF9 NASA said: “2016 WF9 will approach Earth’s orbit on February 25, 2017. At a distance of nearly 32 million miles from Earth, this pass will not bring it particularly close.”The trajectory of 2016 WF9 is well understood, and the object is not a threat to Earth for the foreseeable future.”

Curiously, the object measures 0.3 to 0.6 miles across and reflects only a few percent of the light that falls on its surface.

Deputy Principal Investigator James “Gerbs” Bauer at NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory said:” 2016 WF9 could have cometary origins.

“This object illustrates that the boundary between asteroids and comets is a blurry one; perhaps over time this object has lost the majority of the volatiles that linger on or just under its surface.”