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ISON Fragments to Hit Earth?
Mulletman
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Anyone have a link or a source to verify this video? If this is true then doom on!






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08-27-2013 02:11 AM

 



Post: #2
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It's the tail cloud, not so much the fragments.

Poison.
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Mulletman
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08-27-2013 02:19 AM

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The vid talks about it breaking apart as it passes the sun and the fragments hitting us.

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indigowiz
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devil ISON Fragments to Hit Earth?
Thanks for that post......



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Post: #5
ISON Fragments to Hit Earth?
Of course bits are going to be breaking off, what'd you think causes the 'comets tail'?...electricity chuckle Should be quite a sight to watch meteors from Ison (the majority of which being harmless) raining down as the Comet emerges out from the sun again to put on a hell of a show.
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indigowiz
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I agree with the video below. ISON is too big to be disrupted by gravitational tidal forces as it rips around the Sun, provided it sticks to the calculated JPL orbit. It is bigger than Comet Lovejoy that survived a closer approach to the Sun and it is bigger than Lovejoy by NASA's own minuscule size estimate.

But it is the center of a huge debris field so we are in danger of getting hammered by the debris field after perihelion and as it is the parent body of the Geminid Meteor shower that peaks 13-14 December 2013 and during our crossing of its tail in January 2014.




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SubarcticBeef
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Time to oil up the old catcher's mitt.

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Mulletman
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indigowiz  Wrote: (08-27-2013 03:14 AM)
I agree with the video below. ISON is too big to be disrupted by gravitational tidal forces as it rips around the Sun, provided it sticks to the calculated JPL orbit. It is bigger than Comet Lovejoy that survived a closer approach to the Sun and it is bigger than Lovejoy by NASA's own minuscule size estimate.

But it is the center of a huge debris field so we are in danger of getting hammered by the debris field after perihelion and as it is the parent body of the Geminid Meteor shower that peaks 13-14 December 2013 and during our crossing of its tail in January 2014.




That makes more sense.

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Mulletman  Wrote: (08-27-2013 02:09 AM)
Anyone have a link or a source to verify this video? If this is true then doom on!






Elenin did not exist. Does Ison exist? And because we ARE in the photon belt, there are more meteors.

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gmorning ISON Fragments to Hit Earth?
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IRIE
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According to NASA, comet ISON exists, although it's conventional name is C/2012 S1. How bright will it be in late 2013 is the question. Not sure I believe Doom is on. Not sure I believe Never A Straight Answer.

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/sci...ubbleison/

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gmorning ISON Fragments to Hit Earth?
Even if your not a reader of portages you can plainly see that this particular Observatory is more of an Educational history Museum for kids and tourist/travelers!

Sooooooooo long goes to the short story of it the Head PHD emails me back!
This will SooN Be debunkerized!!!!

I sent him the video and ask a very simple question! And I translated all the statements in the video so it would be easy for him to respond!

And please remember the proof of doom is in the fossil record!
Just because DOOM seems to be hiding doesn't mean it wont sneak in and surprise the h3ll out of US!!!!
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Post: #13
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seeing how its made of antimatter all it takes is one football and you can kiss a continent g'bye
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