The universe is an astounding thing full of galaxies, planets, and stars. From where we sit, we can watch the stars and can look at the planets. Astronauts can visit the moon, we send probes to planets in our solar system. We explore what we can, we watch, we wait, and sometimes we get a tiny peek into the deeper nature of our universe and the possibilities it holds for us. We, of course, understand that life on other planets is a practical matter of fact, and that these forms of life may easily have large impacts on our daily lives already, and if not now then in the future. However, have we yet considered the possibility of a planet having a great impact on ours?
Of course we are aware that the moon effects the tide and that the sun is essential to our way of life. We are also aware that there are planets besides those in our solar system floating around in space. So, what of the possibility of one of those planets changing our daily lives? There is at least one planet, called Planet X, that could do just that.
It is thought that Planet X will make an appearance near our planet shortly before the poles shift, approximatively a week beforehand. While it will not appear large at first, it will be accompanied by two tails and an envoy of space rocks. The planet itself will not appear much larger than our own moon, but its accompaniment will make the spectacle much larger.
Planet X’s presence will likely cause a great distortion in our own planet’s geographic set up. It is expected that the strange planet will cause the pole shift to be altered radically, leaving both the magnetic and geographic north pole in Brazil. The radical change in the location of the North Pole will likely have been caused by a great disturbance in the earth’s crust. Planet X will have re-aligned our crust on our core.
It is also expected that there will be some sort of resonance between our planet and Planet X, causing great bolts of lightning to pass between the two planets. This will shake loose the envoy of rocks from around Planet X and they will fall onto our planet. While our atmosphere will burn some of these space rocks up, it is quite possible that enough of them will survive to bombard Earth in a torrent of minerals.
Of course, as frightening as this might sound, it does not mean the end of the world. Our Earth will be left intact, and as ingenious as humans are, we will survive to rebuild again. The Universe is full of possibilities, including the possibility of starting over again to build a better world, because along with possibilities the Universe is full of opportunity and chance.
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