posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 04:42 AM
Originally posted by bjsmi2
SO MUCH FOR DOOMSDAY: Comet Elenin (C/2010 X1), widely known for inaccurate reports of its threat to Earth, appears to be breaking apart.
OK... Maybe it's just me but............
Assuming 'comet' ELEnin is indeed a 'comet' and not some spacecraft or planet, like 'science' is telling us right now. Wouldn't the 'break-up' of it
be more dangerous to earth then when it is in a 'solid' state?
Now it's following an 'orbit', but when pieces break off, those will create there own orbit. Since ELEnin is passing close to earth, would it not be
very likely that those pieces traveling with ELEnin are able to hit earth? Gonna try to make a ACII example of what i mean here.
ELEnin not broken up:
ELEnin broken up:
. . . . .
. . . o . . .
. . . . . .
NOTE: Ofcourse the debris or parts or NOT this linear as i made them but you get the point right.
The O is representing ELEnin in a not broken up state and the o when it is 'reduced' in size and the . . as the debris or pieces of ELEnin around it
following it's orbit but spread out.
This is just my thought tho, try to throw a hard ice ball to a tree, and the one of loose snow, witch breaks apart in mid air (like ELEnin is doing
now apperantly) those loose parts are scattered out in the air hitting a bigger area.
Just my 2 sents tho!
edit on 30-8-2011 by Required01 because: (no reason given)