If you believe in this nonsense, then here is what else you must believe:
1. That everything we know about astronomy and celestial mechanics is wrong (I’d want to know how we put people on the moon, why Voyager was a success, and how we landed rovers on Mars if that’s the case).
2. That all amateur astronomers work for NASA and they are collectively lying — without a single exception or refugee of conscience . . . or maybe they are all in FEMA camps at NASA’s orders.
3. That the Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Egyptians, and Mayans – supposedly cultures with fantastic astronomical knowledge (per people like Graham Hancock and Zecharia Sitchin) — somehow unanimously never noted a single near pass of Planet X in their astronomical texts. You’d think if it happened it would have been important enough to include a least one line about it. There was no NASA back then to make them lie or put them in FEMA camps.
4. That Nancy Lieder really does talk to aliens, and the aliens don’t know anything about astronomy either . . . or they’re working for NASA and helping to silence the world’s amateur astronomers of the world.
5. That the Mesopotamian astronomical texts we have are lies — since they know of no planet beyond Saturn and never cite Nibiru as a planet beyond Saturn.
6. That if something’s on the internet, it must be true.
7. That the people promoting the Planet X 2012 Doomsday stuff aren’t interested in making a quick buck off you — they’re doing it for the children.
8. That Harold Camping was misunderstood.
9. That Hollywood movies are where truth comes from.
10. That science only matters when it confirms what you already believe.