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Comet Lovejoy Cannot Be Made of Ice! Survives 2 Million Degree Temperatures
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[quote:Beam Me The Fuck Up!:MV8xNzMwMDE1XzI4NjQwNzk4XzVDQjJCQTcx] So is it really made of ice? Obviously ice would disintegrate passing through temperatures up to 2 million degrees. Surely most things would disintegrate under such excessive conditions. So what is it really made up of I wonder? [/quote]
If it were made of ice, it would have melted.
Why do we keep swallowing the mainstream science kool-aid?
Listen to James Mccanney and find out the truth about comets (as well as other scientific phenomena).
"Comet Lovejoy plunged through the sun's corona at about 7 p.m. EST today (midnight GMT on Dec. 16), coming within 87,000 miles (140,000 kilometers) of our star's surface. Temperatures in the corona can reach 2 million degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 million degrees Celsius), so most researchers expected the icy wanderer to be completely destroyed."
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link to www.jmccanneyscience.com
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