Premise: There was a series of earthquakes in the early 1900's, then Tunguska, then more earthquakes. Therefore, whatever caused The Tunguska Event
(a comet) was influencing earthquakes. The same pattern, a hundred years later, appears, and that points to the fact that there is another Tunguska
Event about to occur. Am I right so far?
Facts: The Tunguska Event was a singularity. It occurred ONCE on June 30th, 1908. It hit a forest in Siberia, wiping some 85 million kilometers of
forest. It was never fully explained. Tesla, well, he may have test fired Wardenclyffe at that time, but he's not around anymore and his tower is
gone, so that probability can't reoccur.
Facts: In 1908 we didn't have the technology we use today. Today we have amateur astronomers (such as myself) that search the skies the world over
and report events we find in the skies. They even have automated telescopes that you can access via a web browser and input a few coordinates and
poof, they will email you a pic automatically. There are thousands of them in arrays, all looking to spot anomalies, moving things, like comets and
asteroids. The sky is being watched, not only by TPTB, but by plain folks, like the amateur astronomer in Russia that discovered Elenin. What was
his last name? We have maps of PHAs (potentially hazardous asteroids), but we do know where they are and can spot them. Nothing comet like can sneak
up on us.
Facts: Comets orbit the sun in an elliptical path, caught in the sun's gravitational field. Asteroids are big chucks of rock going where ever they
please. The earth is also caught in the sun's gravity well, as well as the planets in our solar system. The sun in this solar system is the
controlling gravitational force. The whole theory of gravity is about mass and distance. The earth obeys the sun. Comets and asteroids obey the the
sun, when in CLOSE proximity. An object out past Saturn, especially a comet, can have no gravitational influence on the earth. However, if we are
talking about two masses in relation to one another, the earth and a comet, and the corresponding interaction, the effect would be something to the
effect of .000000000136. (ok, I did fudge that number, but the numbers after doing the math are really tiny.)
Facts: The earth has a molten core. It rotates. That produces an electromagnetic shield. Woo-Hoo, we have a magnetic buffer against solar
radiation. The earth has a specific mass. We obey the earth. Our mass is so small compared to the earth, that we cling to it. That's the local
version of gravity. That molten core? It's a perfectly balanced EM generator. Or it would be, without influence from outside gravitational
effects. The system establishes equilibrium, save the few extinction events every few million years. We are here observing this, aren't we?
Story: I researched the "Noah's Flood" story once. I had a buddy that helped me. We took into account every factor imaginable, from mountain
heights, volumes of the world's oceans, land-mass, etc, and we came to the conclusion that there wasn't enough water available to completely flood
the earth. We even factored in the highest mountains in the world, on every continent. The only way it would be possible to flood the entire earth
was if you added a comet that was a sphere two miles wide, solid ice, and it evaporated in the atmosphere and added it's volume to our biosphere.
That was years ago we calculated that. Off topic, but hey, comet related.
Conclusion: Comets don't have enough mass to cause gravitational events, from a distance. In close range, another story, but we could see any close
objects to account for the tectonic activity. They have nothing to do with tectonic plate movements from a distance. Comets, or any other
extra-solar anomaly can't cause any form of tectonic movement, plate shifting is due to internal forces and gravitational effects produced by the
sun. In short, the more massive object exerts the major influence, while the smaller massed object experiences it.
Comet=small influence. Earth=moderate influence, but must be within orbital range. Sun=extreme influence, not fully understood, but someday soon