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Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?

 
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Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?

An analysis of comet ISON's orbit in comparison to historical comets.
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Why would it disintegrate this time as some suggest, if its made this trip every 333 years just curious?
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Why would it disintegrate this time as some suggest, if its made this trip every 333 years just curious?
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It doesn't make this trip every 333 years, as I reveal in the video. It's a hyperbolic comet.
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The animation I saw was very strange. It had ISON in a very tight small spiral orbit out in the outer asteroid belt and then all of a sudden it just kinda headed this way..... I dunno.
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Thanks Astro I had been wondering about that for awhile.
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Aliens.
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forget about it !!


seriously...
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Aliens.
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I thought it was Any-ons
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
Why would it disintegrate this time as some suggest, if its made this trip every 333 years just curious?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45198861


It doesn't make this trip every 333 years, as I reveal in the video. It's a hyperbolic comet.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


correct, it is a 313 year orbit

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Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.

Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.

Maybe similar comets come around in similar time frames. Like some type of cycle?
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Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4234695

Ok, let me spell it out; there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.

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Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.
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How did you come to that conclusion?
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Dr. Astro,
If I remember correctly, Sun flipped pole few months ago, but now newspapers are telling that Sun will turn upside down again and we need not worry, quoting NASA.
How many times Sun flips poles this year?
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Dr. Astro,
If I remember correctly, Sun flipped pole few months ago, but now newspapers are telling that Sun will turn upside down again and we need not worry, quoting NASA.
How many times Sun flips poles this year?
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The process of reversal started a couple months ago, that's what you're probably thinking of.
[link to blogs.scientificamerican.com]
Now the south pole is about to reverse.
[link to blogs.voanews.com]
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666 commeth
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Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4234695

Ok, let me spell it out; there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


umm.. I don't get it, you create a thread asking if there's a 333 year correlation & a video which may or may not support your question, then you proceed to 'spell it out..' to some one who hasn't even really presented a definitive position yet.?

Are we supposed to be agreeing with you or not.? scratching
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4234695

Ok, let me spell it out; there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


umm.. I don't get it, you create a thread asking if there's a 333 year correlation & a video which may or may not support your question,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40874299


Actually the video definitively rules it out.
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Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.
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How did you come to that conclusion?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Seems logical?
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.
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How did you come to that conclusion?
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Seems logical?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4285842


Then show me the logic in it. Sungrazers are not automatic "hazards."
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
what promted you to make this 333 orbit conclusion?

and what evidence have you built it on astro?

thanks in advance
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
what promted you to make this 333 orbit conclusion?

and what evidence have you built it on astro?

thanks in advance
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Please, watch the video.
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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
Perhaps it would be wise, when making a video of this comet, that it's orbit not be illustrated since it DOES NOT HAVE ONE. Basically, this man is saying this is the first time this comet has been seen and it will disintegrate when nearing the sun - as they all do.



So, who pray tell has created the nonexistent orbit which has allowed us all to waste a few months thinking about the potential disaster?

Seems well orchestrated to me - as every year we have some "confirmed" disaster about to happen that will end life as we know it, then on the day before this end of times, some genius pops us and calls us a bunch of nutty conspiracy theorists. I have a theory - this is part of the distraction - part of the "overwhelm with information."
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Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4234695

Ok, let me spell it out; there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


umm.. I don't get it, you create a thread asking if there's a 333 year correlation & a video which may or may not support your question,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40874299


Actually the video definitively rules it out.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


The person who created the youtube video with the very kind and gentle countenance, stated 3 times in the video between 1:10 and 1:45 that ISON and the Comet of 1680 are "probably not related" and "may not be related".

At 8:10 in the video the kindly gentleman reports that it "doesn't necessarily mean they are related".

Yet you come on GLP and claim that "there is no way in hell they are related" and that the video "definitively rules it out."

You need to learn something from that guy who posted the video about manners.

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Perhaps it would be wise, when making a video of this comet, that it's orbit not be illustrated since it DOES NOT HAVE ONE. Basically, this man is saying this is the first time this comet has been seen and it will disintegrate when nearing the sun - as they all do.
 Quoting: BunnySwanson

I didn't say it would disintegrate; it might, but it's not a foregone conclusion. Like I said, ISON has a hyperbolic orbit. It's not a "closed loop," nor do I display it as one.
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Thank you for making an ison video and interjecting rational arguments against theories that Ison could put on a "spooky" show or somehow be dangerous..

I hope you are 100% accurate!!!

However, "probably not related" just doesn't seem good enough.

Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.

Maybe similar comets come around in similar time frames. Like some type of cycle?
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I don't think Astro interjected anything rational, how could he? There isn't a scientist or astronomer that knows what will happen when this thing passes, and they have said as much.
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Ok, let me spell it out; there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


umm.. I don't get it, you create a thread asking if there's a 333 year correlation & a video which may or may not support your question,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40874299


Actually the video definitively rules it out.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


The person who created the youtube video with the very kind and gentle countenance, stated 3 times in the video between 1:10 and 1:45 that ISON and the Comet of 1680 are "probably not related" and "may not be related".
 Quoting: hatch battener 50098992

The video, which is MINE, definitively rules out the 333 year orbit. I SPECIFICALLY SAID it is a hyperbolic comet, it does not have a 333 year orbit. The comet of 1680 is probably completely unrelated, but related does not mean "the same comet."
Yet you come on GLP and claim that "there is no way in hell they are related"
 Quoting: troll


Quoting what I actually said.
there is no way in hell for ISON to be on a 333 year orbit, or "comet Negra" to be related to it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

"Comet Negra" is not the comet 1680, it's the name GLP'ers use to refer to the comet of 1347.
Thread: Year 1347 (Comet Negra) Black Death - 2013 (Comet ISON) - 666 Years Later,

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Re: Does comet ISON have a 333 year orbit?
astro

how do you know ison is a hyperbolic comet?

is the defining model for a hyperbolic comet that 100% it will not return?
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Depending on their timing and the Earth's orbit, Any comet that comes into our solar sytem(from wherever) and is a "star grazer" slinging around our sun, is a potential hazard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4234695


How did you come to that conclusion?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Seems logical?
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Then show me the logic in it. Sungrazers are not automatic "hazards."
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Automatically a hazard was not assumed...it was pretty clear..

"Depending on their timing and the earth's orbit," obviously a comet could be a potential threat.

It's not exactly rocket science?

It sure does seem though that It's safe to say that comets do sometimes strike planets or pose potential hazards.

Maybe there is a discernable pattern we're not yet aware of

Or are just becoming aware of..

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