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I'd say all that's gonna happen is it'll pass by, astronomers will have a field day watching this pass by. Comet goes away.
Originally posted by pacofunk64
I'd say Oct 20-21 would be the days closest to the comet. Is it at all plausible that Comet Elenin is the fabled Niburu or Planet X? From looking at the pictures it seems to be on the same tradjectory I've seen from the Niburu diagrams.
Originally posted by packinupngoin
Originally posted by Kaleob
Look at Oct. 15th...
To me it seems more plausible to have some sort of effect on this date rather than in March..
Unless I'm looking at this wrong.
Strange. That coincides with another theory that the Mayan calander actually ends in Oct...the 28th to be exact.
It reveals 2005 YU55 as a spherical object about 400 meters (1,300 feet) in size
Originally posted by mileslong54
reply to post by discl0sur3
After watching the videos I was wondering if it would be possible based on the info in video two to determine the imaginary line in which all those earthquakes happened and updated the angles and rotaion of the Earth and have that done for March 15, so people could have some idea where the earthquake/distasters will happen.
"At one time we had classified 2005 YU55 as a potential threat," said Steve Chesley, a scientist at JPL's Near-Earth Object Program Office. Prior to the Arecibo radar passes on April 19 thru 21, we had eliminated almost all upcoming Earth flybys as possibilities of impact. But there were a few that had a low remaining probability of impact. After incorporating the data from Arecibo, we were able to rule impacts out entirely for the next 100 years."