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Originally posted by LarrofDanu
reply to post by amaster
Truly, I am disappointed in you. To an extent, I can understand jaydeePNW not understanding what I meant. In my original reply to jaydeePNW I explained what I meant by the word ignite. If you, like jaydeePNW, are under the impression at this point that my statement was that comets are on fire, I guess common sense isn't so common after all. Misunderstanding what I meant initially was one thing but have either of you read that reply? I mean read it and not just glanced at it. Be you trolls or or not...way to make a guy regret joining the community.
Originally posted by pazcat
Originally posted by Greensage
So I am a bit confused now, I saw the link provided on another ELE-nin thread that was from Cornell University indicating that Comet Elenin was known since at least 2007.
Cornell University Library
I am not taking credit for this link as it was provided in this thread www.abovetopsecret.com...
So, is it common sense now to realize that everything we are told is a lie?
I'm going to post what I just said in another thread about those papers and the author.
"That's hardly an academic study, there is a huge difference between an epaper and a peer reviewed journal.
Not to mention that the author of that paper is a clearly dubious character who among other things believes he is the rightful heir to the throne of King Arthur. I'm sorry but that paper should not be used by anybody as evidence for their case.
Checkout friday the 27th entry from Dr Ian Musgrave.
But nevermind if his claims of Royalty in England don't pan out as he has staked his claim to the Bosnian throne as well.
These papers are nothing but bunk.
I wouldn't want to take credit for that link either.edit on 31-5-2011 by pazcat because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by amaster
Alright, I know there is a lot of talk here and elsewhere about the comet Elenin in regards to what it is or is not, and like all good conspiracies there has been a fair amount of evidence to support both sides of this argument. So, let me make this clear from the start; this thread is not intended prove any facts one way or another. It is simply an attempt to interject some common sense on some interesting theories that may or may not have been thought of before.
Originally posted by DreamerOracle
Here's some 5 day old pictures for everyone if you've not seen them yet ...Comets Coma 100,000 KM
edit on 31-5-2011 by DreamerOracle because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by CAELENIUM
I could not make another observation until just a week ago at end of May. I looked again and at first I wondered to myself where it had disappeared to. However following the plane of the ecliptic from Gemini into Taurus I again observed the glittering bright object. It was very close to the horizon and still it was clearly visible through a layer of cloud and haze on the horizon. This indicates that it is very bright.