posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 02:43 PM
reply to post by segurelha
That is actually good news. I only wish I was more aware of stuff like that. I remember as a kid growing up in the late 70's and 80's The news would
announce things like "And because of Mt St Helens eruption, the lunar eclipse will appear RED tonight." I saw it and I thought it was pretty cool,
and we went on about our lives. In 2000 I was serving in Bosnia, and in the rinky dink little service paper, I saw an article about a comet that might
be visible (Might be the comet West-Kohoutek-Ikemura). That night while doing my job I looked for it, and when I found it, I put my night vision
goggle's on (PVS-7's I think) Boy what a sight!!
Now it seems we get next to nothing from the Major media. Is it true that a very large comet, a comet with the core the size of mars came thru our
inner system around Feb 19th 2003? How in the world did I miss that! Scientist explained in a few sites that it is a recently discovered comet with a
37,000 year orbit.............What!!?
Why are Kids at school reciting the 9.........mmm.......8 planets, and yet have no clue about this amazing celestial body, I mean they all know about
haley's comet. I expected to see more info about jupiters close passing with quotes like "On sept 20th 2010, if your lucky you might see the moons of
jupiter with only your eyes!", but was not suprised that I found nothing.........very disappointing.
I just remembered to link this. It might be the reason the skies are so freaky lately. It is an article about our thinning upper atmosphere. So maybe
this is what's happening?
thinning upper atmosphere
edit on 19-9-2010 by Khaaaaaan!! because: needed a fix