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Comet Ison.. what to look at and where to look
NervousAndJerky
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This thread is not alone in leaving out an important date concerning ISON. As a matter of fact, Main stream media, and in fact main stream science is averting our eyes from 01/12/14. Though I'm sure the OP did not do it intentionally. Nice info OP. Cp'ed it, thanks. It's just a product of misdirection.
On or about 01/12/14 we pass through a portion of the debris tail from ISON, for approximately 15 days. The Earths orbital path, passes through ISONs debris trail. Yup, said it twice. NASA is saying, this is a paraphrase." The debris will be Microbial in size and come to a stop in our atmosphere, floating down innocently." Sounds like wishful thinking to me.
They make science fiction movies about this stuff. We have it going on in our lives, yet msm and mss choose to make it a none issue.
That's fine, it's all good. They've looked at the issue and it's ok.
There actions do not say that though. F#%@ has certain contracts for food and medical supplies. As well as asset redistribution, that required completion on OCT. 1st. Most of which concern ,Penn. south too West Virginia. This coincides with ISONs approach.
So does the Shut down. Funny thing about the shutdown, no one knows what the phuck the rep's are doing. Besides ignoring law. kinda like misdirection. But I digress.
As a result, NASA's site is down. The morning of the close approach to Mars. NASA did not close it's doors. Just the info flow.
ESA has nothing. Amateur info is out there. A lot of that is BS. View with discernment. Mid January. All of this, except the facts. Is my my humble opinion.
p.s. I left a lot of stuff out.

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Post: #62
Comet Ison.. what to look at and where to look
NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 08:29 PM)
This thread is not alone in leaving out an important date concerning ISON. As a matter of fact, Main stream media, and in fact main stream science is averting our eyes from 01/12/14. Though I'm sure the OP did not do it intentionally. Nice info OP. Cp'ed it, thanks. It's just a product of misdirection.
On or about 01/12/14 we pass through a portion of the debris tail from ISON, for approximately 15 days. The Earths orbital path, passes through ISONs debris trail. Yup, said it twice. NASA is saying, this is a paraphrase." The debris will be Microbial in size and come to a stop in our atmosphere, floating down innocently." Sounds like wishful thinking to me.
They make science fiction movies about this stuff. We have it going on in our lives, yet msm and mss choose to make it a none issue.
That's fine, it's all good. They've looked at the issue and it's ok.
There actions do not say that though. F#%@ has certain contracts for food and medical supplies. As well as asset redistribution, that required completion on OCT. 1st. Most of which concern ,Penn. south too West Virginia. This coincides with ISONs approach.
So does the Shut down. Funny thing about the shutdown, no one knows what the phuck the rep's are doing. Besides ignoring law. kinda like misdirection. But I digress.
As a result, NASA's site is down. The morning of the close approach to Mars. NASA did not close it's doors. Just the info flow.
ESA has nothing. Amateur info is out there. A lot of that is BS. View with discernment. Mid January. All of this, except the facts. Is my my humble opinion.
p.s. I left a lot of stuff out.

So you're saying you have no idea what meteor showers are?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_shower#The_origin_of_meteoroid_streams
A meteor shower is the result of an interaction between a planet, such as Earth, and streams of debris from a comet.

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Post: #63
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Mart alien  Wrote: (10-03-2013 05:49 PM)
so what is the big f*cking deal about it? where is this shit? comet of the century yeah right! it's another no show event, elenin and now this shitty ison crap! i hope after this big no show fuzz we will stop talking about rock from space, from now on if i'm not seeing shit with the naked eye i won't believe any of this shit on the internet!

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Post: #64
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killedbydeath  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:29 PM)
Mart alien  Wrote: (10-03-2013 05:49 PM)
so what is the big f*cking deal about it? where is this shit? comet of the century yeah right! it's another no show event, elenin and now this shitty ison crap! i hope after this big no show fuzz we will stop talking about rock from space, from now on if i'm not seeing shit with the naked eye i won't believe any of this shit on the internet!

Scream1

the big deal is that something interesting was meant to happen and now it may not

How is it that you are able to discern what is meant to happen and what is not?

If ISON does disintegrate before reaching perihelion, who is to say that is not exactly what was meant to happen?
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Post: #65
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:42 PM)
killedbydeath  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:29 PM)
the big deal is that something interesting was meant to happen and now it may not

How is it that you are able to discern what is meant to happen and what is not?

If ISON does disintegrate before reaching perihelion, who is to say that is not exactly what was meant to happen?

not as interesting though, am sure you are able to discern that

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NervousAndJerky
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Post: #66
Comet Ison.. what to look at and where to look
Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:27 PM)
NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 08:29 PM)
This thread is not alone in leaving out an important date concerning ISON. As a matter of fact, Main stream media, and in fact main stream science is averting our eyes from 01/12/14. Though I'm sure the OP did not do it intentionally. Nice info OP. Cp'ed it, thanks. It's just a product of misdirection.
On or about 01/12/14 we pass through a portion of the debris tail from ISON, for approximately 15 days. The Earths orbital path, passes through ISONs debris trail. Yup, said it twice. NASA is saying, this is a paraphrase." The debris will be Microbial in size and come to a stop in our atmosphere, floating down innocently." Sounds like wishful thinking to me.
They make science fiction movies about this stuff. We have it going on in our lives, yet msm and mss choose to make it a none issue.
That's fine, it's all good. They've looked at the issue and it's ok.
There actions do not say that though. F#%@ has certain contracts for food and medical supplies. As well as asset redistribution, that required completion on OCT. 1st. Most of which concern ,Penn. south too West Virginia. This coincides with ISONs approach.
So does the Shut down. Funny thing about the shutdown, no one knows what the phuck the rep's are doing. Besides ignoring law. kinda like misdirection. But I digress.
As a result, NASA's site is down. The morning of the close approach to Mars. NASA did not close it's doors. Just the info flow.
ESA has nothing. Amateur info is out there. A lot of that is BS. View with discernment. Mid January. All of this, except the facts. Is my my humble opinion.
p.s. I left a lot of stuff out.

So you're saying you have no idea what meteor showers are?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_shower#The_origin_of_meteoroid_streams
A meteor shower is the result of an interaction between a planet, such as Earth, and streams of debris from a comet.

Peace

No friend. Meteoroids showers are not a concern. In fact there kinda pretty and awe inspiring. No, it's the meteorite angle of this that's holding my interest.
"If remnants of the parent meteoroid survive the trip through the atmosphere to reach the ground, then these remnants are called meteorites"
Above is an excerpt from here.
http://www.amsmeteors.org/meteor-showers/meteor-faq/#1

Perspective is everything
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV7Qz640OeM
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Post: #67
Comet Ison.. what to look at and where to look
NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:55 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:27 PM)
So you're saying you have no idea what meteor showers are?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_shower#The_origin_of_meteoroid_streams
A meteor shower is the result of an interaction between a planet, such as Earth, and streams of debris from a comet.

Peace

No friend. Meteoroids showers are not a concern. In fact there kinda pretty and awe inspiring. No, it's the meteorite angle of this that's holding my interest.
"If remnants of the parent meteoroid survive the trip through the atmosphere to reach the ground, then these remnants are called meteorites"
Above is an excerpt from here.
http://www.amsmeteors.org/meteor-showers/meteor-faq/#1

You lost me, how does this angle differ from anything else? Any meteor has a chance of becoming a meteorite, and mainly depends on it's size. To say this comet will send off debris larger than other comets based on what?

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Post: #68
Comet Ison.. what to look at and where to look
Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:08 PM)
NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 09:55 PM)
No friend. Meteoroids showers are not a concern. In fact there kinda pretty and awe inspiring. No, it's the meteorite angle of this that's holding my interest.
"If remnants of the parent meteoroid survive the trip through the atmosphere to reach the ground, then these remnants are called meteorites"
Above is an excerpt from here.
http://www.amsmeteors.org/meteor-showers/meteor-faq/#1

You lost me, how does this angle differ from anything else? Any meteor has a chance of becoming a meteorite, and mainly depends on it's size. To say this comet will send off debris larger than other comets based on what?

This is a thread about ISON, and dates of interest. I posted facts about the date 01/12/14, as well as some other interesting facts about dates surrounding it. I do not claim to know the size of possible debris from ISON. Hell mss has been waffling about the actual size of the comet itself. Some where around 5 klicks now I think. It has been claimed that life on Earth is derived from Comets. So even "Microbial" debris could present danger. If you have some info as to the size of the debris from ISON please share it.
Again. A thead about dates concerning ISON. My point, a big one is being ignored buy the msm, and mss.

Perspective is everything
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Something does seem a tad fishy..No one seems to know much and they are deliberately passing conflicting information. Shutdowns in the space agencies etc.


I guess we have to wait and see... Gdkifmqq

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Post: #70
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NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:27 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:08 PM)
You lost me, how does this angle differ from anything else? Any meteor has a chance of becoming a meteorite, and mainly depends on it's size. To say this comet will send off debris larger than other comets based on what?

This is a thread about ISON, and dates of interest. I posted facts about the date 01/12/14, as well as some other interesting facts about dates surrounding it. I do not claim to know the size of possible debris from ISON. Hell mss has been waffling about the actual size of the comet itself. Some where around 5 klicks now I think. It has been claimed that life on Earth is derived from Comets. So even "Microbial" debris could present danger. If you have some info as to the size of the debris from ISON please share it.
Again. A thead about dates concerning ISON. My point, a big one is being ignored buy the msm, and mss.

If it breaks up and evaporates there won't be meteor shower at all. No outgasing, no meteor shower.

If you want to talk about microbial debris the Earth collects tons of it each day, regardless of meteor showers.

http://www.universetoday.com/94392/getting-a-handle-on-how-much-cosmic-dust-hits-earth/
Quote:Satellite observations suggest that 100-300 metric tons of cosmic dust enter the atmosphere each day. This figure comes from the rate of accumulation in polar ice cores and deep-sea sediments of rare elements linked to cosmic dust, such as iridium and osmium.

But other measurements – which includes meteor radar observations, laser observations and measurements by high altitude aircraft — indicate that the input could be as low as 5 metric ton per day.


We're almost constantly moving through the debris field of one comet or another - so what makes this one so special?

Peace

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Post: #71
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Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:47 PM)
NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:27 PM)
This is a thread about ISON, and dates of interest. I posted facts about the date 01/12/14, as well as some other interesting facts about dates surrounding it. I do not claim to know the size of possible debris from ISON. Hell mss has been waffling about the actual size of the comet itself. Some where around 5 klicks now I think. It has been claimed that life on Earth is derived from Comets. So even "Microbial" debris could present danger. If you have some info as to the size of the debris from ISON please share it.
Again. A thead about dates concerning ISON. My point, a big one is being ignored buy the msm, and mss.

If it breaks up and evaporates there won't be meteor shower at all. No outgasing, no meteor shower.

If you want to talk about microbial debris the Earth collects tons of it each day, regardless of meteor showers.

http://www.universetoday.com/94392/getting-a-handle-on-how-much-cosmic-dust-hits-earth/
Quote:Satellite observations suggest that 100-300 metric tons of cosmic dust enter the atmosphere each day. This figure comes from the rate of accumulation in polar ice cores and deep-sea sediments of rare elements linked to cosmic dust, such as iridium and osmium.

But other measurements – which includes meteor radar observations, laser observations and measurements by high altitude aircraft — indicate that the input could be as low as 5 metric ton per day.


We're almost constantly moving through the debris field of one comet or another - so what makes this one so special?

Peace

Ya , I'm not sure if you're trying to be prophetic, or just having a pissing contest with me. I do know MATTER DOES NOT JUST DISAPEAR!. A breakup of ISON before perihelion would add more credibility to my post. You're quote makes me think you have a closed mind. Just saying. Done with you.

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Post: #73
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NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:56 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-03-2013 10:47 PM)
If it breaks up and evaporates there won't be meteor shower at all. No outgasing, no meteor shower.

If you want to talk about microbial debris the Earth collects tons of it each day, regardless of meteor showers.

http://www.universetoday.com/94392/getting-a-handle-on-how-much-cosmic-dust-hits-earth/


We're almost constantly moving through the debris field of one comet or another - so what makes this one so special?

Peace

Ya , I'm not sure if you're trying to be prophetic, or just having a pissing contest with me. I do know matter does not just disappear. A breakup of ISON before perihelion would add more credibility to my post. You're quote makes me think you have a closed mind. Just saying. Done with you.

More credibility to your posts? OK now I know you know little to nothing on what you're talking about.

If it breaks up before it reaches perihelion there will be no meteor shower - meaning your post is completely wrong.
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Ok one more. A breakup before perihelion would not threaten Earth much on the way into perihelion. It would be much more of a threat after perihelion, as the Suns gravity could change the orbital path of smaller debris. As mass would change. Unless of course. Matter disappeared when the breakup occurs causing an atomic reaction. Cause we all know matter does not simply disappear, it changes to energy. E-mc2.
Back to the thread at hand. a few more tidbits.
"The Air Force said it would shut down the Air Force Space Surveillance System, also known as the "Space Fence", by the end of the current fiscal year."
this was posted mid Aug, this year here: http://www.spacetoday.net/Summary/6048
Not sure if it's down yet, as All information flow from Officials has stopped.
Who can forget this blast from the past. From NASA's director at the time. Oct 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJTOt9Bgiyg
That's all I got for now. Is there anything to my info collectively? I don't know. I only know it to be fact.
Be good too you're self, and you're people. There's nothing that can be done either way.

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Post: #75
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NervousAndJerky  Wrote: (10-03-2013 08:29 PM)
This thread is not alone in leaving out an important date concerning ISON. As a matter of fact, Main stream media, and in fact main stream science is averting our eyes from 01/12/14. Though I'm sure the OP did not do it intentionally. Nice info OP. Cp'ed it, thanks. It's just a product of misdirection.
On or about 01/12/14 we pass through a portion of the debris tail from ISON, for approximately 15 days. The Earths orbital path, passes through ISONs debris trail. Yup, said it twice. NASA is saying, this is a paraphrase." The debris will be Microbial in size and come to a stop in our atmosphere, floating down innocently." Sounds like wishful thinking to me.
They make science fiction movies about this stuff. We have it going on in our lives, yet msm and mss choose to make it a none issue.
That's fine, it's all good. They've looked at the issue and it's ok.
There actions do not say that though. F#%@ has certain contracts for food and medical supplies. As well as asset redistribution, that required completion on OCT. 1st. Most of which concern ,Penn. south too West Virginia. This coincides with ISONs approach.
So does the Shut down. Funny thing about the shutdown, no one knows what the phuck the rep's are doing. Besides ignoring law. kinda like misdirection. But I digress.
As a result, NASA's site is down. The morning of the close approach to Mars. NASA did not close it's doors. Just the info flow.
ESA has nothing. Amateur info is out there. A lot of that is BS. View with discernment. Mid January. All of this, except the facts. Is my my humble opinion.
p.s. I left a lot of stuff out.

Interestingly curious choice of word:

Microbial Definition

adjective

Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a microbe (i.e. any of the microscopic organisms)

Word origin: microbe, from Greek mīkro- (small)- + bíos (life)
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