Prime/alternate reality Edit

While it may not have been mentioned outside of Star Trek Into Darkness, Nibiru exists in both universes. So it should have the Multiple Realities banner, just like Delta Vega (Vulcan system) does. - Mitchz95 (talk) 14:41, May 27, 2013 (UTC)

The MR banner was initially meant for articles where we have considerable information (each) from two or more realities/timelines. Here, the only fact we can reasonably assume is valid in the original timeline as well is the fact that a planet exists or existed, and that there had been intelligent life prior to 2233. We don't know whether those people survived beyond 2259 in the original timeline, we don't know if they perhaps became extinct between 2233 and 2259 already, we don't even know whether the planet is called Nibiru in any other timeline as well. They article layout would considerably suffer from the changes necessary with a MR banner, and all that for not much additional information. I believe that the MR banner should not be used on Delta Vega, either - but definitely not here. -- Cid Highwind (talk) 16:06, May 27, 2013 (UTC)

Removed Edit

I removed the following uncited information which is IMO not really informing, too.

The name "Nibiru" is a reference to "Planet X" as explained by ufologists and conspiracy theorists, an undetected planet named Nibiru that would collide with the Earth at some point in the future. As of 2013, there is no accepted scientific evidence for the existence of such a planet. Furthermore, many predicted dates in which Planet Nibiru was to be seen near our solar system have come and gone without incidence. One of the key points to the scientific rejection is that if such a planet existed, there would be pretty clear clues left in the universe as its gravity would affect the orbits of other planets near the proposed path.

-- Tom (talk) 09:16, October 26, 2015 (UTC)