This is a heavy documentary on Nibiru:
Nasa is calling Eris an "icy dwarf" planet. Interesting since all the images of Eris are Red. According to Zecharia Sitchin translations of Sumerian text, Nibiru is about the size of Saturn! So why did all these well educated scientist demote Pluto while debating the name of this planet... to make you think less of Pluto, therefore less of Eris? And why did they pick the name "Eris"? I dug around a bit and was surprised at what I found:
Eris, the largest dwarf planet known, was discovered in an ongoing survey at Palomar Observatory's Samuel Oschin telescope by astronomers Mike Brown (Caltech), Chad Trujillo (Gemini Observatory), and David Rabinowitz (Yale University). We officially suggested the name on 6 September 2006, and it was accepted and announced on 13 September 2006. In Greek mythology,[size=26] Eris is the goddess of warfare and strife. She stirs up jealousy and envy to cause fighting and anger among men.[/size] At the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, the parents of the Greek hero Achilles, all the gods with the exception of Eris were invited, and, enraged at her exclusion, [size=26]she spitefully caused a quarrel among the goddesses that led to the Trojan war[/size]. In the astronomical world, [size=26]Eris stirred up a great deal of trouble among the international astronomical community when the question of its proper designation [/size]led to a raucous meeting of the IAU in Prague. At the end of the conference, IAU [size=26]members voted to demote Pluto[/size] and Eris to dwarf-planet status, leaving the solar system with only eight planets.
[size=26]The satellite of Eris has received the official name Dysnomia, who in Greek mythology is Eris' daughter and the demon spirit of lawlessness[/size]. As Dysnomia is a bit of a mouthful, we tend to simply call the satellite Dy, for short.
As promised for the past year, the name Xena (and satellite Gabrielle) were simply placeholders while awaiting the IAU's decision on how an official name was to be proposed. As that process dragged on, however, many people got to know Xena and Gabrielle as the real names of these objects and are sad to see them change. We admit to some sadness ourselves.We used the names for almost two years now and are having a hard time swtiching. But for those who miss Xena, look for the obvious nod in the new name of the moon of Eris.
Also a good expose: http://www.librarising.com/space/darkstar.html
Look at how Disney has envisioned Eris: Can you say tsunamis and natural disasters?
Notice how Eris's breath FROZE the Earth, then she grabbed Earth and shook it (earthquakes).
Before all previous Ice-Ages was/is a period of Global Warming!
An actual view of Eris from Greece:
GeorgeGreen (The Big Picture)
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … &hl=en