I'm not an astronomer, nor do I play one on TV, but I thought that as things move closer to the sun in their orbits (i.e. comets, etc.), they speed up. According to Nancy, the mysterious Planet X will actually slow (did slow?) as it approaches/approached the sun. See:
So, since Planet X supposedly was close enough to Earth to stop it in its tracks in December 2003 and still is somewhere near us, does she allege that it stopped in place, never to leave our presence? Shouldn't ANY object that close to the sun move at least some distance in the past eight months?
Ignoring that Planet X is imaginary, are there any laws of physics that would allow such an object to exist - one that slows as it approaches the star that it orbits and then just hangs around inside the orbit of other planets for an indefinite period of time?