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A comet debris shower called the 5 October Camelopardalids appears to be associated with incoming comet/meteor #5 of the B Swarm's Cluster 1 as predicted by crop circle T367. Assuming the date T367 implies is correct, there is only a ~2.4o heliocentric longitude mismatch between the predicted and observed value (when related Earth threatening impacts could occur). This association implies that the orbits of the other 3 (hypothetical) comets/meteors indicated by T367 are similar, and none appear to threaten Earth directly. However, debris from these bodies in their orbit stream does offer a possible threat to Earth. Debris may impact Earth circa 10/05/07 +/-2 days and on 07/08/07, 08/02/07 and 08/24/07 +/- 6 days. There is a slight possibility of impacts by smaller (but significant) comet fragments between 08/11/07 and 10/25/07. The period of 08/02/07 +/- 6 days offers the greatest impact risk because fragments from a broken comet/meteor are suspected, and the greater Indian Ocean area may be at risk. The world is a big place, and the fall of the meteorites may be unobserved. All that may be reported is unusually large earthquakes or tsunamis during the above-mentioned time periods.