Although it is possible that celestial events have impacted Nibiru's orbit and shortened its annual cycle from 3600 years to something less, we don't need to worry about its presence near Earth for some time. During its existence, it has orbited the sun and come into the vicinity of Earth thousands of times. Zecharia believed that the Biblical Deluge was caused by the gravitational pull of Nibiru causing the Antarctic ice cap to slip into the ocean and create a world-wide tsunami that inundated the Earth.In pre-history, Nibiru, or its moons, may have collided with Earth, exchanging genetic material that allowed life on both planets to evolve with compatible DNA.I have my doubts, but since I'm not an astronomer, I'll keep an open mind. After speaking with my father, Amnon Sitchin, brother to Zecharia Sitchin, Ph D in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering, and also the person who calculated the orbit of Nibiru for my uncle Zecharia, I found an interesting piece of news based on some additonal calculations he did this week: Yes, you heard that right.I don't know whether the Cal Tech astronomers based their estimated orbital period on a circular or elliptical orbit.I show that in four ancient Babylonian cuneiform tablets, Jupiter's displacement along the ecliptic is computed as the area of a trapezoidal figure obtained by drawing its daily displacement against time.This interpretation is prompted by a newly discovered tablet on which the same computation is presented in an equivalent arithmetical formulation. The trapezoid procedures offer the first evidence for the use of geometrical methods in Babylonian mathematical astronomy, which was thus far viewed as operating exclusively with arithmetical concepts." Regarding the January 19, 2016 publication of an article in The Astronomical Journal about evidence for another large planet in our solar system in the Kuiper Belt beyond Pluto, I wrote on January 20: With an elliptical orbit of 10,000 or 20,000 of our years, this planet may not be Nibiru, which has an orbit of about 3600 of our years.
There is more exciting scientific news this week that corroborates Sitchin writings.
However, this prediction of a likely additional planet in our solar system is exciting news.
Perhaps the search will lead us to either finding Nibiru, or perhaps we'll find that something has changed and impacted Nibiru's orbit since the last time it orbited Earth.
A Washington Post article from November 18, 2017 discusses a problem faced by NASA senior scientist, David Morrison, Ph. Due to his role at NASA, he receives frequent correspondence asking him about Nibiru and if the Earth is about to be destroyed by a collision with this additional planet in our solar system.
People are increasingly in a panic about whether the world is about to end.