The learned scientist was greatly worried about gravity. Said the learned scientist, “Every 50 or so years, due to the position of the planets, there are earth tremors.” But now, a new planet, called Planet X, is entering our solar system. What dramatic earth tremors can be expected?
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “X the Unknown”, published to YouTube on September 2, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 9 minutes and 13 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
Back in January 2016 it was being widely reported how a new planet, nicknamed “Planet 9”, had been surmised due to planetary anomalies. Planet 9, also known as “Planet X” and “Niburu”, was said to have an unusual elongated orbit. It seems likely that Planet X, which has an estimated mass of 5 to 10 times that of Earth, is inbound, i.e., journeying towards the inner solar system. (Background: Gravity of Planet 9, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, January 26, 2016. )
It was while recently watching an old science fiction movie, “X the Unknown” (1956), that I was struck by a theory offered by Dr. Adam Royston (Dean Jagger). (The relevant excerpt is included in my latest video.) The learned scientist states that about every 50 years, due to the positions of the planets, there are significant “earth tremors” and a fissure opens in the Earth’s crust. The noteworthy point is how planets in a certain alignment can exert increased gravitational pull on Earth and thereby increase the likelihood of earthquakes.
Now consider the additional gravitational pull to be exerted by the incoming Planet X, which has a significant mass.
Dr. Adam Royston (Dean Jagger) explains how, long ago, the Earth had been like the Sun – extremely hot. As the Earth cooled, a crust of increasing depth was formed. However, towards the center of Earth, the same extremely hot conditions remained. The situation is aptly described in an old book, The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight, by General A.J. Pleasonton:
So in the interior of the earth the intense positive electricity evolved there, in conjunction with the negative electricity also there in great quantities, produces enormous heat, which fusing metals and disengaging gases of great volume and expansive power, forces them against the irregular surfaces of the interior of the crust of the earth, and sets the ball in its rotary motion on its axis. 
The Earth spins. Not only that but it also produces enormous heat. (This, incidentally, is how the Earth is heated. Heat does not travel through space from the Sun, at least not directly.) What might happen when gravity from other planets causes a fissure to open in the Earth’s crust is depicted in the 1956 movie, X the Unknown, of which relevant excerpts are included in my latest video.
——- Sources ——-
 “Gravity of Planet 9”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, January 26, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/01/26/gravity-of-planet-9/
 The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight, by General A.J. Pleasonton. (1876). Republished by Kessinger.net