John RP (31 Aug 2011)
"RE: Google Sky Infrared mode"


For those having issues finding Infrared mode in Google sky:

The instructions (see below) say to go to URL
That must be pulled up in your browser.  If you are trying to use the SKY VIEW in the downloaded Google-Earth program, you won't find an infrared mode.

One thing you will notice in the original instructions is that Elenin is never mentioned.  They call it Nibiru and only Nibiru.  On Google Sky, if you click on Mercury (after it's displayed), it will show you this is it's location as of TODAY, but the last time Elenin was anywhere close to 9:47:59.0+13:16:19.3 was in February of
2004... as of Aug 27, 2011, Elenin is at 12:22:43.30-3:30:17.6 which is a long ways from Mercury.  In fact, if you look at NASA's JPL page and rotate the map so the earth is exactly on the bottom line, you can easily see that from our point of view as of today, the sun and Venus would appear between Mercury and Elenin.  On Google Sky, Venus is NOT between Mercury and that blob.  Venus is at RA: 10h36m21.58s, DEC: +10d18m41.84s, which is a long ways left of that blob they identify as Nibiru (but right of where NASA says Elenin is).

I've read several reports that indicate Elenin and Nibiru are two separate objects coming out of the Leo Constellation, with Nibiru being a year or more behind Elenin.  That blob on Google Sky could possibly be the real Nibiru, but if so, why didn't Google hide it, like they supposedly did in other areas? And if it's a year behind Elenin, how can it possibly be as large as that appears?

 Speaking of Google hiding stuff... if you zoom out 4 or 5 times so you can see much of the sky (while still in Infrared mode), you will notice a small BLACK BOX quite a ways to the left and a bit below Nibiru.  That box only exists in infrared mode and so does the bright object that's mostly obscured.  What's up with that?  There are also very large diagonal lines that appear to be a natural result of the imaging process, but this small box seems to be intentional.


Seeing is Believing

Take your laptop or computer and do the following please.

From a web browser type in the following URL.

Google Sky:

  1. Step One: After you go to “Google Sky” you will see “outer space” and the blackness of stars.
  2. Step Two: In the search bar at the upper left corner of the Google Sky screen, type “Mercury” and press Enter.  Again you will see only the blackness of outer space with a little devil like symbol for the planet “Mercury”.
  3. Step Three: Next, find the little button in the upper right of your screen that says “Infrared”.  Click that button.  The screen will turn to a hazy reddish color.

You can now see NIBIRU, in the upper left quadrant of your computer screen.  Please note that you did not have to press the + “Zoom In” slider buttons at all to see this monster.  This view is from the perspective of Planet Earth.  If you hover your cursor over the black ambassador of death, you will see the “coordinates” on the bottom of your screen.  They are:

9 hours / 47 minutes / 59.0 seconds / 13 degrees / 16 feet / 19.3 inches

If you want a feel for how close it is to earth, I recommend you search on Jupiter.  After doing so you will again see nothing but black space.  However, to see Jupiter you will have to click the + “Zoom In” ladder slider about 6 times.  Think about that.  In order for you to SEE Jupiter, you have to ZOOM IN about 6 times.

How many times did you have to zoom in to see Nibiru?  None.

Get it?