posted on Apr, 3 2020 @ 08:31 AM
a reply to: UltimaRatio1
Before 1600, comets were essentially considered to be heavenly omens and were not yet clearly established as celestial, rather than meteorological
phenomena in the terrestrial atmosphere.
A piece of the famous Halley's comet likely slammed into Earth in A.D. 536, blasting so much dust into the atmosphere that the planet cooled
This dramatic climate shift possibly being linked to drought, famine, and disease around the world.
But Atlas won't be coming anywhere close nor lightly to substantially influence our Earth's magnetic field.
edit on 3-4-2020 by andy06shake
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