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'Planet X' update: The search for the 'Lost Planet' continues as New Horizons probe explores Kuiper belt

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Image revealed on October 2014 shows an object in the Kuiper belt targeted by the New Horizons Pluto Mission |

Undiscovered and highly controversial among scientists and people who have heard of the "lost planet," Planet X continues to be a mystery, but some scientists have recently expressed their desire to search for the "comet planet."

According to the Center for Research on Globalization, astronomer from Chile Carlos Munoz Ferrada predicted way back in 1940 that certain "powers" would cover up the effects of Planet X on earth. In what seems to be reality of his Ferrada's prediction, researcher-author Zecharia Sitchin noted in his best-selling book "The 12th Planet," that Nibiru, more famously called as Planet X, will reenter the solar system where Earth is located and will cause chaos as giant space debris from an asteroid belt will crash into man's habitat.

Although numerous outlets say NASA has kept the lid on details about Nibiru, a conspiracy theorist using the online name Lyn Leahz says scientific researchers have confirmed that a 2.5-mile-wide asteroid will head toward Earth between September 15 and September 28. Some researchers have linked Leahz's claims to Planet X.

The Washington Post first featured potential catastrophic implications of Planet X on Earth way back 1983. According to the report, NASA discovered that the mysterious planet was "possibly as large as Jupiter."

Another document sponsored by the Department of Defense was released in October 2003, stating that a serious disruption of the Atlantic conveyor belt would result to a devastating impact on global climate.

Sitchin has previously stated in his book that Planet X's entrance into the Earth's solar system will perturb the system's orbit, linking the previous observations on Uranus and Neptune's "wobbles."

The researcher used Sumerian clay tablets to come up with the conclusion that Nibiru comes close to Earth every 3,600 years, and as it comes closer, various effects on earth occur including huge earthquakes, landslides, hurricanes, storms, and the widely popular issue of global warming.

The New Horizons probe, which is focusing its exploration on the Kuiper belt where Nibiru is rumored to be at the moment, has recently expressed its plans to study the possible existence and location of the alleged planet that roams the solar system, and is waiting for the perfect time to come closest to Earth to cause global chaos.

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