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Comet C/2012 S1 ISON is Nibiru the great perturber.

 
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Dr Astro

im sory to take your time
let me ask u something
im willing two
for 2 weeks

whats your opinion in whats ISon tail`s will do
afecting us or not
crossing our neighborowd ...


how all those rocks will
not
eat us?
if they not ice even?

i mean u do agree with me
that a million mille tale
its dificult to prevent

trajectorys!!!


thank u for answering and for the time tooked
sincerely
 Quoting: c o s m o g e n e s i s 37067612


I'm sorry but I don't understand what you're trying to say. We fly through meteor streams from comets every time there's a meteor shower. Comets aren't just ice.
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how big and dangerous in your view is comeths Ison tail for us?

looking in to it ... how is gonna behave

it can be cheked?

is any one doing it?

what are the expectations? if any...
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Dr Astro

im sory to take your time
let me ask u something
im willing two
for 2 weeks

whats your opinion in whats ISon tail`s will do
afecting us or not
crossing our neighborowd ...


how all those rocks will
not
eat us?
if they not ice even?

i mean u do agree with me
that a million mille tale
its dificult to prevent

trajectorys!!!


thank u for answering and for the time tooked
sincerely
 Quoting: c o s m o g e n e s i s 37067612


I'm sorry but I don't understand what you're trying to say. We fly through meteor streams from comets every time there's a meteor shower. Comets aren't just ice.
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how big and dangerous in your view is comeths Ison tail for us?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37067612

No danger at all.
looking in to it ... how is gonna behave

it can be cheked?

is any one doing it?

what are the expectations? if any...
 Quoting: cosmo

We're not going to pass through the tail directly. If we're very lucky we might get a new meteor stream as a result of the comet which we would encounter some months after it has already come and gone.
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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
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but it's not me you will be trying to correct, it would be nasa. I'm just the messenger, idiot.
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Finally you did it.

But I'm still waiting for the real pictures, don't forget it. Long distance spectroscopic images does not proves that there are ice in the comet nucleous, it only shows elements in coma and corona.

Now you bring these papers I have two questions, maybe you don't know, so if somebody helps would be great:

1- How do they know these deuterated water came from ice?
2- Why is that spectroscopic lines so above "0"? reflected water should not be bellow that?
3- From where comes the metal molecules they found if the comet should had been created and ejected from inner solar system far before sun started creating these molecules?


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 Quoting: Hydra

Cleaner is better.

You are avoiding my question! You ask "where is the comet", I said: "With or without comet, this is electric". No visible comet, understand, only a nice electricity spot emerging from nowhere. Why don't you explain that spot?
 Quoting: glauco

I explained it:
No there is another, more likely interpretation: explosion on impact.
 Quoting: Hydra

Explosion of what? An electric generator? That seems very voltaic arcs to me!
Impact of what? A comet like shoemaker did before? If you think so, why do you ask for the comet, if you knew its presence is obvious?

How can a small 17 meter asteroid produce an explosion in russia?
Remark: SL9 was estimated at 4 kilometer.
May be you can answer your question yourself now.
 Quoting: Hydra

This is not the same. Jupiter is a bit larger, and the meteor does not create the same type of energetic event.
 Quoting: glauco

And SL9 was 235 times bigger and was at least 5x10^15 more massiv.

What do you think what kind of energy a 5x10^15 more massiv comet produces?
 Quoting: Hydra

Compare the two events. The asteroid exploded ~32km up in the atmosphere, it did a long way down before exploding, and just a few hours later you could not find any trace of the meteor in the sky. Only the locals were able to see, feel and listen to the event.

Shoemaker exploded just a little before entering most thin Jupiter's atmosphere, produced X-Rays, was visible from Earth as a big explosion, and the marks remains in the upper atmosphere days and days after the impact. Jupiter have far more activity in its atmosphere then Earth, so surelly this mark should be desintagrated just after the impact.

The energy liberated was very stronger then the difference of sizes between Earth, the asteroid, Jupiter and the comet.

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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


but it's not me you will be trying to correct, it would be nasa. I'm just the messenger, idiot.
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No, it's you. You didn't understand the story you linked to (worse yet, you don't realize how little your understanding is). Idiot.

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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


No, he is correct. Comet Lovejoy, a little 1200m dirty snow ball comet passed through corona and atmosphere of the Sun, survived, and created a tail far bigger then before the passage. How could that be possible?
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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
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but it's not me you will be trying to correct, it would be nasa. I'm just the messenger, idiot.
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No, it's you. You didn't understand the story you linked to (worse yet, you don't realize how little your understanding is). Idiot.
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I'm somwhat honored you could take the time to call me an idiot. Much joy!

hf here you go, give this flower to your beau McCanney
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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
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No, he is correct. Comet Lovejoy, a little 1200m dirty snow ball comet passed through corona and atmosphere of the Sun, survived, and created a tail far bigger then before the passage. How could that be possible?
 Quoting: glauco

Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
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but it's not me you will be trying to correct, it would be nasa. I'm just the messenger, idiot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15378855


No, it's you. You didn't understand the story you linked to (worse yet, you don't realize how little your understanding is). Idiot.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm somwhat honored you could take the time to call me an idiot. Much joy!

hf here you go, give this flower to your beau McCanney
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I was just returning the favor. McCanney's claims are going to need white lilies after October.
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I expect something to occur, if nothing *nothing* happens, probably I will not follow McCanney anymore.
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So, if *anything* happens, even the most minor of things, no million mile thunderbolts or comas, you'll remain convinced?

If Mars is a little purpler than you think it should be?
[link to www.uwgb.edu (secure)]

If Mars is a little pinker than you think it should be?
[link to www.covingtoninnovations.com]

If Mars is a little greener than you think it should be?
[link to www.solarviews.com]
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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


No, he is correct. Comet Lovejoy, a little 1200m dirty snow ball comet passed through corona and atmosphere of the Sun, survived, and created a tail far bigger then before the passage. How could that be possible?
 Quoting: glauco

Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened? Do you really believe it? This comet should be desintegrated to his molecules at this temperature. Even Wolverine's bones would disappear!
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I expect something to occur, if nothing *nothing* happens, probably I will not follow McCanney anymore.
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So, if *anything* happens, even the most minor of things, no million mile thunderbolts or comas, you'll remain convinced?

If Mars is a little purpler than you think it should be?
[link to www.uwgb.edu (secure)]

If Mars is a little pinker than you think it should be?
[link to www.covingtoninnovations.com]

If Mars is a little greener than you think it should be?
[link to www.solarviews.com]
 Quoting: phoomp


Now the answer is binary: No.
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Comet Encke will fly past round the sun November 21st, creating some havoc no doubt with it's interraction with the sun. Comet ISON will follow 6-7 days later very very very close to an already excited sun and your lillie's will turn to ash.

Do you know mr muttley what 7 billion panicked people will do, aside's from hunting down tbtb and its shills?

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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]


News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15378855


The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


but it's not me you will be trying to correct, it would be nasa. I'm just the messenger, idiot.
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Lol, your ignorance is astounding. You Googled, came across a NASA item, misunderstood it then blamed NASA for the misunderstanding, classic!!
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The level of ignorance in your post is off the scale. Seriously, take a basic astronomy course, chemistry course, and physics course. It would take days to educate you to the point that you could begin to fully comprehend all the mistaken assumptions you just made.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


No, he is correct. Comet Lovejoy, a little 1200m dirty snow ball comet passed through corona and atmosphere of the Sun, survived, and created a tail far bigger then before the passage. How could that be possible?
 Quoting: glauco

Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
 Quoting: glauco

As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
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Let the quotes untouched or we are done.

I neither have the time to scroll through pages to patch your improper quotes nor am I in the mood to do so.


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No, he is correct. Comet Lovejoy, a little 1200m dirty snow ball comet passed through corona and atmosphere of the Sun, survived, and created a tail far bigger then before the passage. How could that be possible?
 Quoting: glauco

Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
 Quoting: glauco

As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
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Let the quotes untouched or we are done.

I neither have the time to scroll through pages to patch your improper quotes nor am I in the mood to do so.


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Man, you're too sensitive. No problem, but try to keep your posts clear.
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Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
 Quoting: glauco

As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
 Quoting: glauco


Your ignorance is also astounding.

I see since you have joined this is the only thre3ad you focus on, are you canvassing for mccanney? you seem to have a fixation on his work, you also have the same characteristic ignorance as him.
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You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
 Quoting: glauco

As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
 Quoting: glauco


Your ignorance is also astounding.

I see since you have joined this is the only thre3ad you focus on, are you canvassing for mccanney? you seem to have a fixation on his work, you also have the same characteristic ignorance as him.
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Respond the question or face the consequences. Lemme feed my cat.

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Other studies have shown that the Milky Way and other galaxies are embedded in warm gas, with temperatures between 100,000 and one million degrees, and there have been indications that a hotter component with a temperature greater than a million degrees is also present. This new research provides evidence that the mass in the hot gas halo enveloping the Milky is much greater than that of the warm gas.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

News flash! - comets miraculously hold onto their ice while travelling through mega-temperatures lol
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As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
 Quoting: glauco


Your ignorance is also astounding.

I see since you have joined this is the only thre3ad you focus on, are you canvassing for mccanney? you seem to have a fixation on his work, you also have the same characteristic ignorance as him.
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Respond the question or face the consequences. Lemme feed my cat.
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Are you threatening me?
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Simple, it heated up and produced more outgassing. Lovejoy has jack shit to do with his article, and both of you possess similar misunderstandings.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
 Quoting: glauco

As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
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Have you ever put an ice cube on a glowing iron plate? If not try it - it's fun.

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You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
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Your ignorance is also astounding.

I see since you have joined this is the only thre3ad you focus on, are you canvassing for mccanney? you seem to have a fixation on his work, you also have the same characteristic ignorance as him.
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Respond the question or face the consequences. Lemme feed my cat.
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Are you threatening me?
mccanney had a deep relation to south america, i think you are either him or a student trying to help sell his books
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Actually he never responded to my emails :(
But I'm glad you think my english is good. Never did a course. But is McCanney's Portuguese as good as my English? I don't think so.

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You mean that a little dirty snow ball passed hours through temperatures above two millions degrees, and appeared other side as nothing happened?
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As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
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You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
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Have you ever put an ice cube on a glowing iron plate? If not try it - it's fun.

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That region is an oven, not a iron plate. Have you ever put an ice cub in a furnace?
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Re: Comet C/2012 S1 ISON is Nibiru the great perturber.
I expect to see thunderbolts from ISON to Mars, huge volcanism activity, sparks, huge auroras and storms, Mars getting completelly shrouded by it's coma, and if I'm lucky, water and a new atmosphere. Maybe he will miss his two little moons, too. That's what I expect to see.
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What do you do, when you can't observe anything of this?

Will you back away from McCanneys hypothesis when you can't see this?
 Quoting: Hydra

Probably. Depends on what I will see. But I don't expect this will happen.
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Please be specific.
You do expect to see thunderbolts from ISON to Mars, huge volcanism activity, sparks, huge auroras and storms, Mars getting completelly shrouded by it's coma, and if I'm lucky, water and a new atmosphere.
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You do not expect to see thunderbolts from ISON to Mars, huge volcanism activity, sparks, huge auroras and storms, Mars getting completelly shrouded by it's coma, and if I'm lucky, water and a new atmosphere.

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Hydra ,,you getting boreing
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As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
 Quoting: glauco


Have you ever put an ice cube on a glowing iron plate? If not try it - it's fun.

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That region is an oven, not a iron plate. Have you ever put an ice cub in a furnace?
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In order to discuss a topic properly, one first must learn the subject:

1. Here, you have a useful theoretical framework applied to the estimation of mass lost from the comet Comet C/2011 N3 (SOHO) within the Low Solar Corona:

[link to sprg.ssl.berkeley.edu]

2. Explanation in the case of Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3):

ftp://arachne.cfa.harvard.edu/pub/transfer/saar/lovejoy_paper​_v4.pdf

Read the papers and catch the principal ideas. If something is not clear, answer and I'll give you a response in lay terms.
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Dr.Astro if you see a thread from the cosmos would you post in GLP . If you wold and if you promise i will be your best friend
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What do you do, when you can't observe anything of this?

Will you back away from McCanneys hypothesis when you can't see this?
 Quoting: Hydra

Probably. Depends on what I will see. But I don't expect this will happen.
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Please be specific.
You do expect to see thunderbolts from ISON to Mars, huge volcanism activity, sparks, huge auroras and storms, Mars getting completelly shrouded by it's coma, and if I'm lucky, water and a new atmosphere.
or
You do not expect to see thunderbolts from ISON to Mars, huge volcanism activity, sparks, huge auroras and storms, Mars getting completelly shrouded by it's coma, and if I'm lucky, water and a new atmosphere.

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Hydra ,,you getting boreing
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You are free to skip my posts.

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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As though nothing happened? No, clearly something happened which is why it was outgassing more after the encounter.

What temperature is space? Space has no temperature, only mass in space has a temperature, whether it's the tenuous solar corona or the comet itself, and the temperature of each is dictated by its thermal properties such as how much light it absorbs, how much light it radiates, etc. If you think the comet's temperature is going to be dictated by convection with the solar corona... lulz.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You mean that there are no mass around the sun? With all the wind coming out full of mass from it? And if you yourself go there, nothing would happen to you? Have you ever walked in the streets during a hot summer day?
 Quoting: glauco


Have you ever put an ice cube on a glowing iron plate? If not try it - it's fun.

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 Quoting: Hydra

That region is an oven, not a iron plate. Have you ever put an ice cub in a furnace?
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Right, the comparison with the iron plate don't realy fit - but gives an idea what happens.

But your comparison with the furnace does not fit either - except you establish a near vacuum in the furnace and then put the ice cube into it. Will take the cube a quite long time to vanish.

Solar corona density: 2.0x10^-14 kg/m3 (~ 60,000 particles/m3)
In comparison: Earth atmosphere at sea level: 1.48 kg/m3

See the difference? Temperature and heat are not the same thing.


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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