The different effects between Earth and Sun comet/meteor strikes
I had to put this thread in “Space Exploration” but it’s just a Chit /Chat, without value, because my new life is less than 2 months away
The Carrington event made us aware of the dangers to a possible solar outburst. Articles are still appearing regularly for some years now telling us
about the dangers to electrical grids, therefore electrical and electronic equipment, banking systems, etc that are going to put us in chaos.
The end of the Younger Dryas: (Sun comet)
At the end of the Younger Dryas there was an event that flushed the Earth with an enormous amount of heat in the blink of an eye. After revisiting
the Dr. Robert Schoch video Solar Outbursts and Cycles of Civilization - Earth Rhythm I’m convinced that there is no other explanation but a solar
outburst. Because the scale of this event however does not fit a normal bad tempered Sun with Carrington type event. (Who Knows?)
Who remember or have seen one of NASA’s 4km comets hitting the Sun on the 2nd of October 2011. I got the original unedited version from a .mil site
but see it’s currently available on YouTube. I always wondered what if Earth was on the receiving side of that blow-out.
Then look at the Neat-comet in February 2003. Nothing stands a chance against a monster like that, just look at the ice or oceans burning away. Maybe
there is/was a Planet-X and the doom prophets just had their date and trajectory wrong. Jupiter looks like a dwarf,
The onset of the Younger Dryas: (Earth comet)[/color=teal]
Although I support the fragmented comet hypothesis in Earths northern hemisphere, I do have a problem with my link to the well researched article I
use in my 100 000 years cycle upgrade thread “Article” – “Thread” My problem is that I associate a comet/meteor strike with heat and not
with flash freezing. OK it fell on thick ice at an angle but I still do not feel comfortable. Maybe one of my fellow ATS members can give me a
better insight than the picture in my head. How can we have the heat and flash freezing at the same time? Or maybe the flash freezing occurred in
the area before the impact point and the heat - at and after the direction of trajectory. Then again how big was the part the ice played in the
spreading of the heat? I still believe this internet thing is
And we think we know. Logic can however never be ignored even by science.
Thanx to the internet, Graham Hancock and friends. Also do not throw others like Michael Cremo, etc away.
The chance of me dying at an old age is better than excellent, but it’s always better to be prepared. I’m just a retiring but not you’re
typical “Pepper” because I live on my own due to the incapability to trust, which in turn protects me from the evil and #ed-up people trying to
Still busy, getting there
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So it's been a while, sorry for the mistakes. Wrong button and now I cannot edit even with time available. Maybe South African internet. I cannot
fix my mistakes anymore. At least you should be able to get the miyn "Space Exploration point"
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That is the one I used in my 100 000 year cycle upgrade. I even tried to open a new page link to it. My internet sucks tonight, I posted corrections
for my my mistakes and gave up. I even open a extra page to read and fix the changes on ATS, it was so slow that I gave up.
But at least members interested in this type of information will accept my flaws
I wouldn't worry too much about everything being exactly perfect IMO you are clearly putting allot of work and thought into your threads and filling
them with great thought provoking content. Just my 2 cents.
On topic, I had wondered about the effects to solar impacts before but never realized there was a video.
This is scarey stuff man. Thank you for sharing
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