Editor’s note: We apologize for the lack of updates over the last week. Personal illness, in parallel with continued hacking attempts against our website, have slowed me down a bit. Hoping now to pick up the pace and get some important Nibiru news out to the public.
On July 24th, former USGS climatologist Dr. Ethan Trowbridge joined the growing numbers of whistle-blowers willing to speak publicly about Nibiru. According to Dr. Trowbridge, the USGS colluded with NASA and other government agencies to conceal Nibiru’s existence and to blame drastic climate changes on man-made events like over-reliance on fossil
fuels and releasing chlorofluorocarbons into the atmosphere, rather than attribute Earth changes to Nibiru’s proximity to our planet.
Dr. Trowbridge has provided additional information detailing expected meteorological changes associated with Nibiru’s proximity to our inner solar system. USGS data, Dr. Trowbridge said, indicates clearly that Nibiru will influence atmospheric conditions for the foreseeable future, and our planet will suffer horrific consequences as Nibiru’s orbit brings the dark star and its seven orbiting planets nearer to Earth. Parts of the Southern Hemisphere will be reshaped by Nibiru’s presence; Antarctica, for example, will be the first geographical area to experience cataclysmic changes undeniably related to Nibiru’s passage.
“The USGS has know for years that Antartica will be ravaged by Nibiru’s approach,” Dr. Trowbridge said. “This is because Nibiru is an an elongated, elliptical orbit relative to our Southern Hemisphere. So people living in this part of the world will see Nibiru first, and they shall be the first to experience whatever Nibiru brings with it. And it’s not bringing anything good. The Ronnie Ice Shelf will likely break off the continent and drift into the Waddell Sea. This will cause enormous ice bergs to drift toward New Zealand. As the ice reaches warmer waters, it will rapidly melt causing a significant rise in sea levels.”
And that is not the worst. The Ross Ice Shelf, the world’s largest at 487,000 square kilometers, roughly the size of France, may also separate from the continent, causing mountainous clusters of ice to float south toward New Zealand and Australia. Polar storms, unlike any the world has seen, will ravage the continent in conjunction with a marked increase in seismic and volcanic activity. Mount Siple, one of Antarctica’s largest active volcanoes, is certain to erupt, sending a plume of deadly ash into the atmosphere, says Dr. Trowbridge.
“This will be the start of a pole shift,” Dr. Trowbridge said. “We’re looking at the real possibility of magnitude 8-10 earthquakes rippling across the continent. Add to that multiple super eruptions. This will shake Antarctica to its very foundation. And this is just the beginning–what happens in Antarctica is merely a precursor for what will happen across the entire globe. The devastation will start there, then rapidly spread.” Nibiru, it seems, will outright destroy parts of the world and render parts of it uninhabitable.
the world to prepare for the worst. When asked how Nibiru would influence North America, Dr. Trowbridge said, “The geography of North America will be forever changed. Rising sea levels and undersea earthquakes will generate tsunamis along the east, west, and the Gulf Coast of the United states.”
These tidal waves, he asserts, will envelop the United States’s coastal cities, obliterating them. Places Like New York City, Miami, San Francisco, and many more will be snuffed out of existence. Dr. Trowbridge’s information suggests that new coastlines will exist approximately one hundred miles inland from their current locations. Interestingly, this data matches warnings issued by other Nibiru whistle-blowers and researchers. Renegade astronomer Paul Cox and Nibiru enthusiast John Moore have released maps depicting North America’s post-Nibiru coastlines.
Despite Nibiru’s potential horrors, Dr. Trowbridge remains optimistic. “I do not believe this will be the end of mankind, as we know it. Humans have a tenacious ability to avoid their own extinction. Our lives, those who survive this, will be changed. We’ve survived this before. We will survive it again.”