posted on Oct, 25 2007 @ 10:50 AM
Originally posted by Hal9000
I just had a thought. Maybe it was a collision with an asteroid or something. This comet reminds me of the
Deep Impact Project. Comet Temple also became very bright after the impact.
Yeah, I think that could also be a possibility. Actually I can't take credit for the theory I posted, I was just speculating based on the electric
comet theory presented by Wall Thornhill. (Although I don't think he was the originator of the theory). He actually made several successful
predictions regarding deep impact, NASA choices to ignore this because it means validating that space is not electrically neutral. This would have a
vast impact on the way we view the universe and would change many preconceptions that have taken a foothold in modern astronomy.
Here's a stack of articles for the electric comet theory, quite a few concerning deep impact and the highly accurate predictions.
Here's some reports written by Wall Thornhill, before and after deep impact.
The theory fits perfectly with the Tunguska event as related by witnesses.
When a highly negatively charged comet enters the earths atmosphere it will arc and cause a cosmic thunderbolt the comet will explode into fragments
and the thunderbolt does the cratering. In ancient times it was Zeus who hurled the cosmic thunderbolt that unleashed destruction upon the Earth, this
could be the origin of that myth.
Electrical cratering has been simulated in lab experiments that have produced the characteristic flat bottoms. Many craters are found in chains and
some are also accompanied by characteristic litchenburg patterns. Yep they've got cratering wrong too.
So I'm a little sad to say that many of the Martian and Lunar anomalies attributed to cities or mines posted here at ATS can be explained by means of
electrical etching. Sorry Mr Lear.
Although there a few that still have me scratching my head.
You can see many more examples of electrical cratering in the first link above, under cratering of course.
[edit on 25-10-2007 by squiz]