I have been on this forum since the mid-1990s and have seen many a poster claiming that academia suppress what the poster proposes is new and improved information. The reason that this 'new and better information' is not accepted as new and better is that it does not stand up to scrutiny and challenge. That is not my concern - I have always much enjoyed reading the discussions over the years. However, when you bring in Bible truths and Niberu, well, I think you are probably on very shaky ground.Quote
I was trying to voice my opinion about academia suppressing Biblical truths without derailing the conversation into a religious debate. I prefer arguments that are scientific rather than philosophical objections.
I am at present reading 'The Solar System' by Prof Brian Cox , based on a TV series (which I did not see) and previously was reading, 'How History Made Science and How Science Made History' both of which have provided me with reliable and fascinating information.
In the past I have read reams of stuff - all the books I could find - about AE.
Just supposing your theory is right, I wonder how you would propose that it becomes an accepted Theory with a capital T?
And this is a post where I am sitting on the sidelines, reading, so will be quite happy if you choose not to respond.