posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 04:03 PM
Just asking, thought I had brought up some valid points but no-one seems to want to question the scientific validity of them.
Instead of bashing each other for the opinions you hold why not put forward opinions that actually involve someone providing proof that said opinions
I have mentioned this before on several threads. Impact, gravity and trails are not what we should worry about. These are the things that don''t get
1. Size of nucleus - Cannot be accurately calculated due to ever brightening cloud.
2. Size of magnetic field - This grows as cloud gets bigger due to particle ionisation
3. Strength off magnetic field - Incalculable, need instrumentation at object site
4. Affect of magnetic fields on object attitude - Irregular objects have irregular magnetic fields
Not for a minute saying anything will happen but to discount the possibilty out of hand is naive in the extreme.
Anology: A full glass only needs one drop to overflow.
We don't have all the information so how can we predict with certainty what will happen.