Tuesday, December 31, 2013

More Questions Than Answers: The Truth About Comet ISON?

Did an amateur astronomer capture a photo of ISON debris field?

There are still questions whether Comet ISON has survived its trip through our solar system, and it certainly never lived up to the hype of "Comet of the Century". Initially, it was believed that ISON disintegrated after perihelion in late November, but it was spotted shortly after emerging from behind the sun. Now, an amateur astronomer has captured photographs of what is believed to be ISON's debris cloud [above photo].

This information comes from a public forum regarding the astronomer's discovery:

 "I tried imaging of the ephemeris of C/2012 S1 ISON at 11,000 feet above sea level. There looked to be some faint and vast elongated object near the direction on the frame showing some amount of IFN, integrated flux nebulae, though I can not confirm it the remnant of the comet. The object was faint as IFN.

I will image the ephemeris area again in the coming days, and I may be able to confirm it, if it moved as expected. The object looked vast and faint, and telephoto lens of focal length 150mm - 300mm may be suitable for imaging."

Best Wishes,
"hiro" (Dec 29)

Later, NASA tweeted apparent confirmation of the astronomer's discovery: "Could this dark diagonal "shadow" be the remains of comet #ISON?"  [Nice of them to post second-hand information, as they should be so forthcoming!]

Could the recent increase in fireball explosions around the globe over the past two weeks be attributed to ISON's rather substantial debris cloud? Initially, NASA confirmed that the Earth would pass directly through the debris cloud starting in late-December through early January of 2014. Then why did the "experts" scratch their heads, play dumb and say the large fireball explosion witnessed over a large part of the Midwest in the US on Tuesday of last week was "mysterious"? As I tweeted yesterday, "No Mystery Here: Strange Midwest #Fireball Perplexes Astronomers: http://bit.ly/Jpazc0  #ISON #Meteor #Comet

What is the connection between NASA's confirmation only yesterday that the Sun had flipped its magnetic poles on its regular 11-year cycle? Did the sun interact with ISON, causing it to explode into billions of smaller particles? If an amateur astronomer in Australia can detect the comet's remnants with a small, store-bought telescope, why can't a government agency with a $10 Billion yearly budget make the same discovery and announce it to the general population?

Is there a connection between the reversal of the solar poles and  geologic and climatic instability? The record for the number of volcanoes that have erupted in a calendar year has been shattered in 2013 at 85 eruptions (and this will probably grow today, the last day of the year, as the troubling earthquake swarm in the Canary Islands continues. Edit: Although I was only joking, sure enough, Mt. Sinabung in Indonesia erupted once again today!!!) The Webbot Project has released many reports over the past decade, detailing events that would be taking place on Earth in the months leading up to and immediately following the solar magnetic flip. Many of these events have already come to pass; many are too frightening to list here. What are the effects of these solar changes on human and animal health, including our mental well-being? Evidence strongly suggests that times of great social upheaval/unrest take place during increased solar activity or solar changes, including the weeks and months leading up to the magnetic flip. Are the recent spate of mass animal deaths observed globally connected to these solar changes in any way?

Is there a connection between the Earth being bombarded with space dust as it passes through cometary debris trails and the outbreaks of plagues? There is strong evidence to suggest that several outbreaks of the Bubonic Plague throughout the world took place around the time of major comet's passing close to the Earth [Comet Negra]. Is this the reason why for centuries people panicked whenever a comet was observed in the skies? Is this where the ancient folklore of the living dead derived? In the classic film "Night of the Living Dead", it is the passing of a comet that causes the dead to rise up from the graves. Director George Romero has stated that he was inspired by this ancient folklore associated with the passing of comets and the effects on human health that have been observed over the centuries. It is theorized that some comets are comprised of large amounts of cyanide, a potent toxin. Many of the symptoms attributed to the Plague of the Middle Ages are strikingly similar to cyanide poisoning.

There are obviously more questions than answers when it comes to Comet ISON, the truth about how comets have "impacted" the earth over the years (they don't have to strike the earth directly to do us harm), and how changes in solar behavior also changes life as we know it on Terra Firma. Everyone needs to draw their own conclusions about the extreme confluence of events taking place in all aspects of life at present (socioeconomic, geopolitical, geological and climatic) and how changes taking place "far, far away" have a powerful influence.

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