Well, a whole group of people once believed a man just like this and did everything that he said. Next day, they all have a big meeting, hundreds of people gathered, and they have a party to celebrate their life. At the same time, in unison, they had a toast, and all took a big sip of punch.
Next thing you know, you got hundreds of cult followers dead because they drank the punch; hence the many numerous hilarious jokes made in recent times.
Anywho, I believe that this is Grade-A bull ****. All that the man predicted is mere coincidence and nothing more. He was no psychic, no prophet, no messiah amongst us. He is just a cult leader who has negatively brainwashed people into believing utter nonsense.
Also, near-everything in our universe is cyclic. That means, if it happens once, chances are that it will happen again. The last planet alignment, if I am not mistaken, was not too long ago. It will not happen for another couple of decades, if not, centuries. There goes your chaos theory.
Also, this doomsday planet.....
Not gonna happen. An object in motion will remain in motion until acted upon by an outside force. That means, something must be moving pretty damn fast if it's gonna move all 9 planets. Regardless, something even bigger than that 'doomsday planet' would have to move it with enough force to begin with. Also, it is impossible to move the Jovian planets. They are spheres of condensed gases that are caught in the Sun's orbit. If anything were to whiz by the Jovian planets, their gravity-pull would have some force on the passing object, either pulling it in and burning it up, or setting it off course. Basically, nothing that big in our known universe will ever come near us or even be able to destroy all 9 planets.
"doomsday planet will knock the planets out of orbit and cause the planets to be dragged into the sun."
Also, impossible. It is even theoretically impossible, but if were even to happen, a planet would move just a couple hundred thousand miles, and that doesn't even necessarily mean that it will go towards the Sun. It would move and either start a new orbit, or move back into it's original orbit.
This is but a mere chaos theory, one that has absolutely no back-up evidence besides a man who got really, really lucky.
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