Dark or green spot in a webcam sky...Nibiru?

Leifer

Senior Member.
A series of videos on Youtube by "Jeff B", claiming that a blurry spot on a webcam is evidence of Nibiru, a mysterious planet, but in plain sight.
Here is one of his videos detailing this most directly.... @ about 4:00 min....

At first I thought that the night-cam shots of the blurry green spot were of the Northern Lights, but closer inspection led me to believe it was simply a spider who spindled a web across the stationary webcam lens.
.....because the same image was observed in the daytime (grey shadow), and nighttime (green light). The only time the blurry image was "green", was when the spider was lit by the lights of the nearby dock at night. When the lights of the dock were off, the green blob turned grey (shadow).

Plus, there is no reflection in the water, like you'd expect from an object in the sky.

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This is a classic example of an amazingly complicated suggested idea, but having the simplest of answers.

My reply on YouTube (which might get deleted).....
It's a spider (or debris in a spider web) who has made it's web across the camera lens. If it was a planet, then why is it in nearly the same place at different times of the day and night ? Is it a stationary planet ? Also, why is the object dark during the day, but only lit-up green when the boats and docks also lit-up with the same green light ? I've gone through your video several times....and it all adheres to my observations, which is....blurry area is always in the same spot day or night, and the area only light-up green when lights from the dock or boat are present too.....never any other time. Last and also good question.....Would something so dramatic, be seen by only one camera, and nobody else in the area ?
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Leifer

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Plus it doesn't move with the rotation of the Earth.
Precisely.
I have a feeling that the maker of these vids, is just gaming the internet for fun and popularity.....because most of his vids are outrageous and easily found to be wrong. I suspect he deletes any opposing views....because I see no opposing views in his comments on any video even though they are so easily found wrong.. But I am always surprised at the positive comments received, "amazing", "great catch", "just wow"....
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Hama Neggs

Senior Member.
A series of videos on Youtube by "Jeff B", claiming that a blurry spot on a webcam is evidence of Nibiru, a mysterious planet, but in plain sight.
Here is one of his videos detailing this most directly.... @ about 4:00 min....

At first I thought was that the night-cam shots of the blurry green spot were of the Northern Lights, but closer inspection led me to believe it was simply a spider who spindled a web across the stationary webcam lens.
.....because the same image was observed in the daytime (grey shadow), and nighttime (green light). The only time the blurry image was "green", was when the spider was lit by the lights of the nearby dock at night. When the lights of the dock were off, the green blob turned grey (shadow).

Plus, there is no reflection in the water, like you'd expect from an object in the sky.

no_reflection.png

near camera.png

This is a classic example of an amazingly complicated suggested idea, but having the simplest of answers.

My reply on YouTube (which might get deleted).....
It's a spider (or debris in a spider web) who has made it's web across the camera lens. If it was a planet, then why is it in nearly the same place at different times of the day and night ? Is it a stationary planet ? Also, why is the object dark during the day, but only lit-up green when the boats and docks also lit-up with the same green light ? I've gone through your video several times....and it all adheres to my observations, which is....blurry area is always in the same spot day or night, and the area only light-up green when lights from the dock or boat are present too.....never any other time. Last and also good question.....Would something so dramatic, be seen by only one camera, and nobody else in the area ?
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Your reply is a bit off when asking about the planet being "stationary". It can certainly be occupying the same physical spot in the Solar System, but should move in the sky due to Earth's rotation.

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Whitebeard

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Just spent the weekend at The Solarsphere Festival here in the UK. A festival of music and Astronomy. There were a couple of thousand people there, a good many of them astronomers and sky watchers. They ranged in age from 8 year olds up to pensioners, and in experience from curious beginners up to internationally respected professionals. A few times Nibiru came up in conversation - mainly in the bar after a few ales and always to howls of disdainful laughter.

The fact is Nibiru CANNOT exist. All over the world people are watching skies with everything from the naked eye to huge telescopes, the sky is being scanned in the ultra violet, infra-red, visible light and many more ways as well. Most of these watchers are amateurs, many are very well informed amateurs who are the head of the research, but still part timers with nothing to hide or bosses to pay them off. In fact astronomy is one of the few fields of science where anybody can with even basic equipment get involved and make new discoveries. Yet with hundreds of thousands of people all over the world, who really do know what they are looking at gazing upwards, not one of them has seen Nibiru or anything remotely like it. Yet uniformed conspiracy theorists see it in every bit of webcam footage... go figure.

Besides if a body that big, or that close was in our solar system we would know about.
1) We would ALL be able to see it.
2) The effects of its gravity would effect other bodies in the system, and as far as I'm aware Mars etc hasn't been deflected out of its orbit
3) It would be the biggest news in astronomy EVER, and with that many astronomers, professional and hobbyists, all looking to discover something new, it could not be hushed up.

I know the CT crowd would talk about NASA hush money, cover ups and the like, but consider how much money would cost to buy off every telescope owner, binocular user or person who glances up in the world, especially when the discovery of such a body would ensure the name of the discoverer would become revered along with the likes of Newton, Gaelleo, Hoyle etc.

But I like what one guy said to me. "If NASA are paying us all to keep quiet about Nibiru, how come they can't afford to give us a free bar,"
 

Efftup

Senior Member.
Just spent the weekend at The Solarsphere Festival here in the UK. A festival of music and Astronomy. There were a couple of thousand people there, a good many of them astronomers and sky watchers. They ranged in age from 8 year olds up to pensioners, and in experience from curious beginners up to internationally respected professionals. A few times Nibiru came up in conversation - mainly in the bar after a few ales and always to howls of disdainful laughter.

The fact is Nibiru CANNOT exist. All over the world people are watching skies with everything from the naked eye to huge telescopes, the sky is being scanned in the ultra violet, infra-red, visible light and many more ways as well. Most of these watchers are amateurs, many are very well informed amateurs who are the head of the research, but still part timers with nothing to hide or bosses to pay them off. In fact astronomy is one of the few fields of science where anybody can with even basic equipment get involved and make new discoveries. Yet with hundreds of thousands of people all over the world, who really do know what they are looking at gazing upwards, not one of them has seen Nibiru or anything remotely like it. Yet uniformed conspiracy theorists see it in every bit of webcam footage... go figure.

Besides if a body that big, or that close was in our solar system we would know about.
1) We would ALL be able to see it.
2) The effects of its gravity would effect other bodies in the system, and as far as I'm aware Mars etc hasn't been deflected out of its orbit
3) It would be the biggest news in astronomy EVER, and with that many astronomers, professional and hobbyists, all looking to discover something new, it could not be hushed up.

I know the CT crowd would talk about NASA hush money, cover ups and the like, but consider how much money would cost to buy off every telescope owner, binocular user or person who glances up in the world, especially when the discovery of such a body would ensure the name of the discoverer would become revered along with the likes of Newton, Gaelleo, Hoyle etc.

But I like what one guy said to me. "If NASA are paying us all to keep quiet about Nibiru, how come they can't afford to give us a free bar,"
They can't afford it BECAUSE they are paying you all off!! Plus I have heard about how much YOU drink.
You AND your duck.
 
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