In extinctions on Earth, Planet X is to blame

According to scientists, because of the rotation of the orbit of an unknown planet in space, a process is created that prevents the sunlight from reaching Earth.

Specialists from the University of Arkansas said that Planet X is the cause of mass extinctions in the Earth. According to scientists, because of the rotation of the orbit of an unknown planet in space, a process is created that prevents the sunlight from reaching Earth.

Researchers added that Planet X, which revolves around the sun, once in 27 million years, can cross the Kuiper belt, which consists of small celestial bodies. As a result, the gravitational perturbation pushes out a series of comets, which then break up into small parts and interfere with the sunlight to reach the Earth.