Well yes. It persists because it is there but its orbit demonstrates that it is neither the 1680 comet nor a piece of it. But even if it were it will have no effect on Earth.
Theories that iSON is the Great Comet split in half. Theories that it comes from the oort cloud. And yet it persists.
"All possibilities" can lead to a lot of contradictions and wind up not being very useful or rewarding.
But, an open mind is essential in a world with so many agendas. i like to entertain ALL possibilities and not stick to what the 'official' channels say.
Had my hopes up but it's not looking very encouraging at this point. I've been lucky though; good look at Halley, really (really) good look at Hale-Bopp, a couple of visible but not spectacular others. Still hoping my daughter and I are going to see something nice this winter.
Good to have an open mind and enjoy the possibilities as well as the reality of a potentially beautiful comet!
Everyman: "So you think know everything then."
'All possibilities, at the same time, just imagine the brain power involved in scanning all of those possibilites and watching the variables unfold! Try it!
Originally posted by Phage
I have. When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. (look it up)
No. You are not looking at Janet's exact words.
I've been looking again at Janet's exact words, which seem to be..."a natural disaster — the likes of which the nation has never seen — is also likely on its way." Likely?
You also will have to prepare for the increasing likelihood of more weather-related events of a more severe nature as a result of climate change, and continue to build the capacity to respond to potential disasters in far flung regions of the country that could occur at the same time.
I disagree. But I'm not really the topic so the point is rather moot.
In fact it shows a stubborn and quite arrogant side to your personality that isn't conducive to any kind of reasonable conversation.
Perhaps. What do you think about that "the likes of which the nation has never seen" part? Perhaps a complete fabrication?
"Increasing likelihood" perhaps was reported as "likely"
Do you think it impossible that hurricanes could occur in Florida and Hawaii at the same time? They both have the same "hurricane season". It hasn't happened but do you think it would be unthinkable? Do you think that such planning for such an eventuality wouldn't be prudent? Seems that it actually fits the job description of DHS. www.dhs.gov...
but I'm very curious about the last bit of this...far flung regions that could have disasters at the same time.
Yes. A heads up that there are things to consider that she found have not been considered before. Is it an indication that something is imminent? I don't see that in her address but maybe that's just me.
so is this a heads up?