posted on Jun, 27 2004 @ 03:21 PM
Thought I'd asked you guys two questions:
1) If you looka at:
What exactly are the black areas? NASA says they're:
"Black areas are regions not observed by SWAN."
What does that mean exactly? It's obvious they're not observed as we cannot see them...duh!
If you look, you can see that there are objects behind these blackened areas. Surely they're not comets?
Also, if you look at 140 degress, -65 degrees you can see an object getting brighter and incoming. Any ideas what this could be based on known
2) How close would a incoming meteor/comet/asteroid have to be in order to determine if it's actually one large object wth other smaller objects
around it? The reason I ask this relates to Nibiru/??? and the possibility that other smaller "intelligent" objects are riding the same wave to
eventually spin-off and "say hello" when the main object comes close to earth. If the main incoming object has other smaller "non-intelligent"
objects that do actually impact earth then the other "intelligent" objects would be in a good position to:
1) Enter earth's atmosphere undetected (could be another meteor).
2) Take advantage of the "calamity" going on.
So there you have it, a science based question and a "possible" fiction based one as well...