Fluxgate Magnetometer reading for 2/18/03
Please note the extreme spike in activity on 2.18.03 which is when numerous astronomers claim that a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME or solar flare)
erupted apparently in the immediate vicinity of the NEAT comet. Some amateur astronomers claim that this CME may have collided with the comet, based
on the SOHO Lasco images. Some astronomers claimed that the comet then appeared to develope a second or split tail, indicating that it may have calved
and split into two/multiple bodies. This is the last set of images before the set that many claim to be evidence of NASA faking information, then
leading to the web blackout on the subject.
NASA has reason to believe this object is on an "earth intercept" or collision course. NASA/fed gov institutes media black out (have you heard of
this in the general media???), and attempts to shut down those on the web who may have incriminating evidence. Due to the overwhelming spread of this
information, this is impractical, therefore Plan B is activated, which is to discredit those posting such information (there are currently several
statements floating around indicating that the website mentioned in the previous email at frauds, disinfo sites, ect.... never heard of amateur
astronomers who wanted to spread rumors for no other reason though....)
Possibility, based on the flux magnetometer record above, that HAARP may have been used to incite a CME coincident with its closest approach to the
sun in order to attempt to destroy it or break it down into "survivable" fragments? Is such action within HAARPs capabilities? If the former is
true, what is the likelihood of succees?
Due to lack of reliability of NASA data, exact size, mass, and trajectory of object are conjecture. However, the comet head measures approximately
300,000 miles in diameter, and the tail is approximately 3-4 million miles long. Comet cores can be anywhere from 10 miles to 150 miles in diameter,
usually composed of nickle/iron, water ice and frozen gasses. We dont know for sure the size of the core, however, based on the known size of the
coma, estimates are to the larger end of the spectrum.
The object is making a very close pass to the sun, at .099 AU (AU=Astronomical Unit, or distance of the Earth from the sun) or approximately 9 million
miles from the surface of the sun, well inside the orbit of Mercury. Perihelion, closest approach to the sun, took place Feb 18-19 (coincident with
extreme emmission spike from HAARP, and observed CME). Due to the close proximity to the sun and possible collision with CME, most volatiles are
expected to burn off of the object.
Because most volatiles will likely be burned off of the comet core, and unknown perctage of mass of object that these volatiles compose, several
potential problems arise. First, due to loss of mass, and likely "thrust vectoring" to trajectory as this mass is expelled, significant changes in
trajectory are likely: current orbital calculations are no longer reliable. Also, due to the unknown internal structure, there is a possibility that
as volatile mass is expelled, the core may break into multiple bodies, thereby compounding the preceding point. Finally, if most or all volatiles are
expelled from the object during perihelion, no tail will form. This, combined with the fact that it will be "coming out of the sun", and lack of
appropriate observing platforms in the southern hemisphere, indicates significant difficulty in observation, detection, and tracking of the object or