Nibiru never seems to arrive but Planet X believers claims seem to continue.
Believers of the Nibiru or Planet X theory claim changes in the weather, including the recent temperature drop, are being caused by the approach of the mini star system.
The Nibiru or Planet X theory claims a mini solar system consisting of a sun, planets and moons is lurking on the edge of our solar system with a huge 3,600 miles orbit of the sun.
Nibiru believers are convinced the “rogue system” is making its way from the outer solar system inwards, where it will wreak havoc on Earth as it passes at about four million miles away, reports Dailystar.co.uk.
They say the planet will cause the poles to switch, sparking great earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Nibiru conspiracy theorists now claim they have uncovered the true timeframe for the end of days.
In a YouTube video entitled “Nibiru evidence is very clear, celestial body approaching Earth November 20 2017”, the narrator points to weather changes, fears of a polar vortex, and natural disasters that have occurred this year, as evidence for the impending arrival.
The narrator says: “There shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars, and upon the Earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring.”
The conspiracy theory channel called “Nibiru will destroy Earth 2017” also highlights fluctuating temperatures.
The video states: “Try to explain why there are now cold sides and warm sides to winter storms, this is historically unprecedented.
“Experts cannot explain all the anomalies around the world relating to the weather.
“Temperatures in regions of North America have this year been closer than the North Pole and even colder than Mars.
“Does this seem a bit off considering we just had the warmest January on record in Alaska?”
The video even makes the shocking claim that temperatures are being under-reported by as much as FIVE degrees in the US and that “our planet is much warmer than we are being told”.
Earlier this year, Nibiru researcher David Meade also warned freak natural disasters are proof the world will soon end.
He claimed Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria were proof of an incoming apocalypse.
There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru.
However, Mr Meade predicted Nibiru would appear nearly two months ago and so far nothing has happened.
He has failed to respond to questions from Express.co.uk asking him if it is time to accept he got it wrong, and Nibiru does not exist.
The Nibiru myth emerged in 1976, when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed two ancient Middle Eastern cultures, the Babylonians and Sumerians, told of a giant planet dubbed Nibiru which orbited the Sun.
Nasa insists that conspiracy theorists like this YouTube channel are completely wrong, and the Nibiru myth is an internet hoax.
Several approach dates predicted in 2000, 2012 and 2016 failed to materialise.
Dr David Morrison, a Nasa scientist, said: “There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru.
“There are no pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations.
“I can quite specifically say how we know Planet X or Nibiru does not exist and does not threaten Earth.
“Firstly, if there was a planet headed into the inner solar system that was going to come close to the Earth, it would already be inside the orbit of Mars, it would be bright, it would be easily visible to the naked eye – if it was up there it would be easy to see it, all of us could see it.”
Space boffin Dr Brian Cox has also insisted Planet X does not exist.
And associate Professor Jonti Horner, an astronomer at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia, said: “I’ve never heard of anybody who’s an actual astronomer talk about Nibiru before.
“It’s basically an urban myth — it’s like having a biologist coming out and talking about werewolves and the Sasquatch being real. You just wouldn’t hear it.”