ISS 3 comets at same time! Encke likely to impact Mercury, what about Lovejoy & ISON?

page: 1
4

log in

join

posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 12:54 PM
link   
Currently 3 known comets about the inner solar system. Something like this doesnt happen everyday, maybe not even every lifetime in our SS. Something for fellow astrology hobbyists to appreciate & keep an eye on!



Will all 3 spare us this time around? Sure looks so! Assuming media scientists aren't off by even a hair. Obviously, they cant predict all comet events; they are somewhat dismissing other types of impact.. influence. As evidenced by Mar's volcanic spike and/or afterglow!



Whoaa! When might it be earth's turn? When was the last time a comet impacted earth??




posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 01:02 PM
link   

gardener
Whoaa! When might it be earth's turn?

Apparently 2032, in this case an asteroid.


a rt.com...
edit on 18-10-2013 by smurfy because: Text.



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 01:05 PM
link   
Love the music in the 2nd video. Unfortunately looks like a miss on Mercury. That would have been interesting to see.



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 01:08 PM
link   
There in no known comet predicted to impact Mercury or any other planet. Anyone who says otrherwise is mistaken, or deliberately spreading lies.

Several comets in the inner Solar System is not that uncommon, there's been lots of "sungrazers" slingshotting around the Sun or even falling into it. There are lots of comets visible in a decent backyard telescope. www.aerith.net...

Doomsday mongers are always finding some excuse.



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 01:10 PM
link   

gardener
Currently 3 known comets about the inner solar system. Something like this doesnt happen everyday, maybe not even every lifetime in our SS. Something for fellow astrology hobbyists to appreciate & keep an eye on!



So over dramatic WHY ?
I was waiting for the DUN DUN DAH music.

Here is a list of comets many with orbits of 5-10 years so your claim above is exaggerated and it should be ASTRONOMY hobbyists.

List of Periodic Comets



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 01:57 PM
link   

gardener
Currently 3 known comets about the inner solar system. Something like this doesnt happen everyday, maybe not even every lifetime in our SS. Something for fellow astrology hobbyists to appreciate & keep an eye on!

Uh, you mean "astronomy?"


Will all 3 spare us this time around? Sure looks so! Assuming media scientists aren't off by even a hair.

Needless sensationalism. None of those three comets are a risk to impact us.


Obviously, they cant predict all comet events; they are somewhat dismissing other types of impact.. influence. As evidenced by Mar's volcanic spike and/or afterglow!

There was no "volcanic spike/afterglow."
From various amateur astronomers.
Mars before ISON:
imageshack.us...
Mars after ISON:
imageshack.us...
imageshack.us...
img138.imageshack.us...



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 04:45 PM
link   
 


off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 05:52 PM
link   

gardener
1-Currently 3 known comets about the inner solar system. Something like this doesnt happen everyday, maybe not even every lifetime in our SS. Something for fellow astrology hobbyists to appreciate & keep an eye on!



Will all 3 spare us this time around? Sure looks so! Assuming media scientists aren't off by even a hair. Obviously, they cant predict all comet events; 2-they are somewhat dismissing other types of impact.. 3-influence. As evidenced by Mar's volcanic spike and/or afterglow!



2-Whoaa! When might it be earth's turn? When was the last time a comet impacted earth??





1-I see from your OP you're an astronomer of the Ancient School, very good, I myself will be taking up the astrolabe and horologium tonight to moniter tonights lunar eclipse among other things.

a very interesting list, putting the lie to the "theres nothing to worry about, get back to work" crowd:
Meteorites,Asteroids,and Comets: Damages,Disasters,Injuries,Deaths,and Very Close Calls
www.bibliotecapleyades.net...


Astronomy books and papers far too numerous to cite offer the assurance that
"no one has ever been killed by a meteorite."
(John S. Lewis, University of Arizona)
***
Regarding impacts from history, Lewis writes in Comet and Asteroid Impact Hazards on a Populated Earth:

Many ancient sources from many cultures treat comets as literal, physical harbingers of doom. Such phenomena as the burning of cities and the overthrow of buildings and walls by aerial events are mentioned many times in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Chinese records, but there is no evidence of physical understanding of the nature of the bombarding objects or their effects until quite recently. [...]

There is indeed a language problem in understanding the ancient reports, but it is largely a matter of the lack of an appropriate technical vocabulary in the older writings. [...] In certain locations and periods, especially in medieval Europe, all unusual heavenly events were interpreted as signs sent by God.

Therefore, the surviving accounts are strongly biased toward explaining the moral purpose of these events, not their physical nature. Such fundamental information as exact date and time, exact location, place of appearance of the phenomenon in the sky, its duration and physical extent, luminosity, precise nature of the damage done, and the like were generally regarded as unimportant, and therefore rarely recorded for posterity. [...]

Even in 20th century newspapers, bolide explosions may be described (and indexed) as "mysterious explosions," aerial blasts, aerolites, aeroliths, bolides, earthquakes, fireballs, meteorites, meteors, shocks, thunder, and so on. [...]

Reports of meteorite falls, often with consequent damage, extend back to the fall of a "thunderstone" in Crete in 1478 BC, described by Malchus in the Chronicle of Paros. The earliest Biblical source is the account of a lethal fall of stones in ... Joshua 10:11. [...]

Other ancient reports in the West are found in the writings of Pausanius, Plutarch, Livy, Pindar, Valerius Maximus, Caesar, and many others.

The report of a great fall of black dust at Constantinople in 472 BC, perhaps the result of a high-altitude airburst, is documented by Procopius, Ammianus Marcellinus, Theophanes, and others.

Colonel S. P. Worden has called to my attention the following passage in The History of the Franks, written by Bishop Gregory of Tours:

"580 AD in Louraine, one morning before the dawning of the day, a great light was seen crossing the heavens, falling toward the east. A sound like that of a tree crashing down was heard over all the countryside, but it could surely not have been any tree, since it was heard more than fifty miles away... the city of Bordeaux was badly shaken by an earthquake ... a supernatural fire burned down villages about Bordeaux.

It took hold so rapidly that houses and even threshing-floors with all their grain were burned to ashes. Since there was absolutely no other visible cause of the fire, it must have happened by divine will. The city of Orleans also burned with so great a fire that even the rich lost almost everything."

Astronomers who have sought documentary evidence of ancient astronomical phenomena (eclipses, comets, fireballs, etc.) have found that East Asian records are far superior to European records for many centuries. Kevin Yau has searched Chinese records and found many reports of deaths and injuries (Yau et al., 1994).


link to "Mar's volcanic spike and/or afterglow" referenced above by the OP

3- Electric Mars afterglow, Grid drill during Mercury, & Earth, Lit up like Xmas tree?
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 08:35 AM
link   

Metaphysique
link to "Mar's volcanic spike and/or afterglow" referenced above by the OP

3- Electric Mars afterglow, Grid drill during Mercury, & Earth, Lit up like Xmas tree?
www.abovetopsecret.com...




Vs actual images of Mars.
Mars before ISON:
imageshack.us...
Mars after ISON:
imageshack.us...
imageshack.us...
img138.imageshack.us...



posted on Nov, 8 2013 @ 11:57 PM
link   
EYES ON (ison).....look over here folks!!!!!!!!

meanwhile back at the ranch!! watch this space i say..





new topics
top topics
 
4

log in

join


Haters, Bigots, Partisan Trolls, Propaganda Hacks, Racists, and LOL-tards: Time To Move On.
read more: Community Announcement re: Decorum