Originally posted by Phage
It's the second coming of course. Note the name, I Son!
We're all gonna die...again.
Most cometary nuclei are thought to be no more than about 10 miles (16 kilometers) across. The largest comets that have come inside the orbit of Saturn are Hale–Bopp (~60 km), 29P (~30.8 km), 109P/Swift–Tuttle (~26 km), and 28P/Neujmin (~21.4 km).
Animated gif from the raw dataset of Comet C/2012 S1 ISON Dec 22nd 2012. Liverpool Telescope La Palma - Principle Investigator Nick Howes. Imaged by Nick Howes and Ernesto Guido
Space has three dimensions. ISON will be above the ecliptic on December 26th. Try playing with the slider on the right side of the applet.
Comet ISON is so far away from even half the distance between Earth and the Sun, so how can it be 0.42 AUs or close to half the distance from Earth to the Sun?
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by wildespace
Neither 11/9 nor I "Son" is just a comet, not with the events since last September, the Rosh Hashanah, the lineups of Virgin/Virgo, giving birth to the planets, the Venus Transit, the events in Aurora Colorado, blackjack 21, and now, this new comet, I "SON".
This entire process is about NWO, the new age of aquarius and their new religion/sungod. And they always close down the old.
They don't like taking the blame for murder and always rewrite history, sometimes cosmic events help them out.
I guess this time, its not going to be a big cosmic event, or they wouldn't have done BP, FUKUSHIMA, all the GMO, and all the terrible murders that Murder Incorporated do all the time.
So this isn't just a comet, unless you can't stand putting on your thinking cap. And noticing all the things going on and researching the Egyptian Gnostic Religion they seem to follow. And that astrology as well.
Could you imagine living in a realm where a University Science Lab actually studies whether our sun could have come from the Cancer Constellation that the myths of old say. This wouldn't have happened unless some really powerful people believed those myths.edit on 12-10-2012 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
A small but incredibly bright comet heading toward the sun could do more than dazzle Earth’s skies when it arrives later this year. Scientists say Comet ISON, already shedding dust at the prodigious rate of about 112,000 pounds per minute, could spark an unusual meteor shower.
Computer simulations predicting the location and movement of the comet’s dust trail show Earth will be passing through the fine-grained stream around Jan. 12, 2014.
“As the comet passes Earth’s orbit going into the sun, you’ll have particles trailing behind it. But since it’s passing so close to the sun, you’re also going to have particles pushed away by the pressure of the sunlight. That means we’ll have particles coming outward and also falling inward.
We don’t often deal with particles that come both directions,” said Bill Cooke, lead scientist at NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. The particles are so small that even though they will hit the atmosphere at about 125,000 mph, instead of burning up, triggering so-called “shooting stars,” they will be stopped entirely, predicts astronomer Paul Wiegert, with the University of Western Ontario in Canada.