posted on Sep, 19 2013 @ 12:40 AM
reply to post by GraciaEspn
It wouldn't be possible to detect ISON in 1939.
It's not possible for a celestial body not to follow celestial mechanics. If such an object were found, it would be sensational news everywhere. But
we haven't seen such an object.
Hercolobus and Nibiru are constantly-perpetrated myths and hoaxes that have no basis in real science.
You cannot reliably and consistently predict earthquakes, but in many places on Earth they happen so often that you could name a date, and there would
be a good chance that an eq will happen on that date.
Lastly, lots of astronomers (including the amateurs) are tracking and studying ISON, and it's precisely where it's supposed to be. It looks like a
comet, quacks like a comet, and follows the same celestial mechanics as the rest of Solar System bodies.
P.S. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. If that astronomer of yours discovered something remarkable or unusual, the right course of
action would be to share his findings with the astronomy community so that they could be verified by other astronomers, and anounced officially. I
could post a blog or paper claiming I spotted a previously unknown planet in the Solar System, but unless it's confirmed by other astronomers, my
findings could be completely made-up, or caused by an error.
edit on 19-9-2013 by wildespace because: (no reason given)