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Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?

 
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Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Okay, does a tail mean it is slowing down, growing, speeding up?

Anyone know?

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From spaceweather...Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth, but its appearance will improve later this year. On Nov. 28th, ISON is going to glide through the sun's atmosphere only 1.1 million km above the stellar surface. It could emerge from the encounter glowing as brightly as the full Moon, visible in broad daylight near the sun. If so, today's budding tail would likely grow into a garish appendage that wows observers in both hemispheres--no telescope required. Stay tuned for updates.
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
means 2013 is an ELECTRIC year! crazzzzzzzzzzzzzzyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy



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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Okay, does a tail mean it is slowing down, growing, speeding up?

Anyone know?

[link to spaceweather.com]

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From spaceweather...Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth, but its appearance will improve later this year. On Nov. 28th, ISON is going to glide through the sun's atmosphere only 1.1 million km above the stellar surface. It could emerge from the encounter glowing as brightly as the full Moon, visible in broad daylight near the sun. If so, today's budding tail would likely grow into a garish appendage that wows observers in both hemispheres--no telescope required. Stay tuned for updates.
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electrical interaction with our sun...check thunderboltsproject on YT...
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Okay, does a tail mean it is slowing down, growing, speeding up?

Anyone know?

[link to spaceweather.com]

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]

From spaceweather...Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth, but its appearance will improve later this year. On Nov. 28th, ISON is going to glide through the sun's atmosphere only 1.1 million km above the stellar surface. It could emerge from the encounter glowing as brightly as the full Moon, visible in broad daylight near the sun. If so, today's budding tail would likely grow into a garish appendage that wows observers in both hemispheres--no telescope required. Stay tuned for updates.
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electrical interaction with our sun...check thunderboltsproject on YT...
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Yup, it has established a direct electrical connection with the sun, that tail is full of plasma gases not a dust cloud of ice.

NASA will do whatever it takes to make you think comets are composed of rock and ice. Anything but the idea that comets interact electrically with the sun and all other planets in our solar system.

Could mean lots of extreme weather conditions, and perhaps some major earthquakes.
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Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth,

call me a boring old fucker if you want, but I HOPE it's a bit further away than THAT!

i think they missed out 3 0's there
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According to James McCanney the best viewing of this amazing comet is much sooner than NASA says.

When it approaches Mars the electrical interaction of comets will be obvious to all.
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A tail is formed when the solar wind starts pushing the dust back as the comet enters deeper into the solar system, and there's no need for any idiotic Jim theories because that guy is incompetent and not very smart, and that is why he's a rejected scientist who has to rely on nonsense to make a quick buck off the gullible.
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
It's a comet.

They do that.
I'm tired of waiting, somebody push the damn button already!

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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
A tail is formed when the solar wind starts pushing the dust back as the comet enters deeper into the solar system, and there's no need for any idiotic Jim theories because that guy is incompetent and not very smart, and that is why he's a rejected scientist who has to rely on nonsense to make a quick buck off the gullible.
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Sounds like something a NASA shill might say. However, if you bother to read some of McCanney's work in comparison to actual data recorded he has some very good theories. Theories that correlate to observations, instead of NASA always making things up on the fly to explain discrepancies between their sacred theories and what the actual data shows.
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
What the heck does that mean?
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
It's a comet.

They do that.
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That's very cute (really I LOL)!

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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Okay, does a tail mean it is slowing down, growing, speeding up?

Anyone know?

[link to spaceweather.com]

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]

From spaceweather...Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth, but its appearance will improve later this year. On Nov. 28th, ISON is going to glide through the sun's atmosphere only 1.1 million km above the stellar surface. It could emerge from the encounter glowing as brightly as the full Moon, visible in broad daylight near the sun. If so, today's budding tail would likely grow into a garish appendage that wows observers in both hemispheres--no telescope required. Stay tuned for updates.
 Quoting: RightMama


electrical interaction with our sun...check thunderboltsproject on YT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33685965


Yup, it has established a direct electrical connection with the sun, that tail is full of plasma gases not a dust cloud of ice.

NASA will do whatever it takes to make you think comets are composed of rock and ice. Anything but the idea that comets interact electrically with the sun and all other planets in our solar system.

Could mean lots of extreme weather conditions, and perhaps some major earthquakes.
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Electric and debris, me considers.
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Rev. 8: 7 it says that hail and fire mingled with blood was cast upon the earth..the impact of this comet debris.

This blood color is what makes up many comets it is Hydrogen Cyanigen its a copper red gas that makes up many comets Poisonous also...


The earth will pass through its tail by going over the same area where the comet had just passed through the tail.
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Comet Ison
When i watched sky near constallation virgo
I saw something red with hugde red tail on telescope
On january it was near virgo
Now it approached saturn at libra

This thing can be the red dragon of revelation
Throwing stones hot at world,
On 10 january 21:00
And on yesterday at same trajectory as comet panstarr and ison

This red tailed object seems to have gravitational effect on both comets
Already known for years,

If this red tailed object passes after march after panstarrs or after cometison in november

Then there will be devastation like times of Noah

This thing seems bigger than planet or comet.
If it comes next year after april, may or end of year

De destruction it will bring will be like Exodus Pharaohs Egypt, or
Like Sumerian flood
Or like Atlantis

St John saw a vision with heavenly objects.
I saw a wonder in heaven
Revelation chapter 12.........

This red dragon comes from south east of sun around 136 degrees from under ecliptic plane....
Watch with telescopes
You can see the Jugdement day
Day of the Lord is near
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Re: Comet ISON has sprouted a tail... What the heck does that mean? Good or Bad?
Okay, does a tail mean it is slowing down, growing, speeding up?

Anyone know?

[link to spaceweather.com]

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]

From spaceweather...Comet ISON doesn't look very impressive now as it glides through the cold vacuum more than 600,000 km from Earth, but its appearance will improve later this year. On Nov. 28th, ISON is going to glide through the sun's atmosphere only 1.1 million km above the stellar surface. It could emerge from the encounter glowing as brightly as the full Moon, visible in broad daylight near the sun. If so, today's budding tail would likely grow into a garish appendage that wows observers in both hemispheres--no telescope required. Stay tuned for updates.
 Quoting: RightMama


electrical interaction with our sun...check thunderboltsproject on YT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33685965


Yup, it has established a direct electrical connection with the sun, that tail is full of plasma gases not a dust cloud of ice.

NASA will do whatever it takes to make you think comets are composed of rock and ice. Anything but the idea that comets interact electrically with the sun and all other planets in our solar system.

Could mean lots of extreme weather conditions, and perhaps some major earthquakes.
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