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reply to post by SecretKnowledge
BPEarthWatch is 100% correct, he PROVES it using the different satellites and imaging, as well as a 3d ISON simulator. This guy knows what he is doing I have followed him for a long time. He would not make such an large error and if he did believe me myself and his subscribers would let him know. Take that for what you will.
nterestingly, Encke is physically larger than ISON (5 kilometers versus 2), but appears fainter. Its short orbit means it's been near the Sun many, many times, so it's lost a great deal of the icy material that turns into a gas and makes comets bright when they're young.
reply to post by whywhynot
I didn't intend to insult anyone but I will be damned if I am insulted first and don't defend myself. I came here offering information I have located which I feel is vital. Don't hate the messenger.
This is a monumental event and NASA is acting like it is not a very big deal. Well, the pictures don't lie, and we could be in for an earth changing event.
The thing is, comets are so unpredictable that we have no idea what the outcome will be, I don't care what any "scientist" says.
reply to post by daryllyn
You are WRONG and so is your so called trusted astrophysicist.
Enki is underneath and near Mercury as of today. Look at todays date and CLEARLY you can see in that animation, that ISON is further from Stereo A than Mercury and Enki.
Looks like you need a new trusted astrophysicist...
Karl Battams is an astrophysicist and computational scientist based at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington DC. He has operated the NASA-funded Sungrazing Comets Project since 2003.
reply to post by St0rD
So sad to live in a generation where you must absolutely be an 'expert or professionnal' of some sort to give an opinion which people will listen to. You understand we have been given a brain and mind to understand and analyze things by ourselves right?
Do you understand the math and the science that goes into calculating the trajectories and estimating the sizes of comets? It's not something that can just be 'picked up'.
And the claims in the first video have already been debunked in this very thread by another member.
Below is a link to an article that says ISON is in fact closer to Stereo-A than Encke, contrary to what the first video says, which is what this thread was based off of.
The guy running and posting on the website I linked.... is an astrophysicist with some pretty impressive credentials.
Karl Battams' Credentials
Who do you want to listen to?
A guy (BPEarthwatch) that thinks comet ISON is being steered, who apparently has directions wayyyy off?
Or an astrophysicist?
I'm going to go with Karl, the astrophysicist.edit on 25pmMon, 25 Nov 2013 19:12:09 -060013MondayMonday1311 by daryllyn because: (no reason given)
And, here is the video from BPEarthwatch, where he plays around with the contrast of hubble images and somehow.... comes to the conclusion that the comet is possibly being 'steered'.
He also has videos about Niburu, the annunaki being here, and some other fringe topics.
These kind of threads are highly depressive.
Is it so hard to understand that unconsistent theories made by douchebags' never end?
And that if one day, something in the universe would come they would not tell us. The longer they could keep the secret, the better.
Grow up people and stop blinding yourself to an obvious truth.