Explosions Notwithstanding, Comet ISON, C/2012 S1, Will NOT Impact Earth, It Is NOT Nibiru.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013....
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Anura Guruge


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A recent report that there was a supposed ‘explosion’ on ISON, C/2012 S1, and then the report yesterday of C/2012 X1′s explosion, has again reignited the year-old mumbo-jumbo that ISON is Nibiru and it is set to destroy the Earth.

This is rank garbage.

The supposed ‘explosion’ on ISON was just a normal gas OUTBURST when a new vent opens up on the surface as it gets closer to the Sun. That is par for the course. Think ice-cube in microwave. It was NOT hit by a large asteroid — which, yes, could have changed its course. ISON’s course has not changed.

On November 2, 2013 as it first crosses the Earth’s orbital path it is going to be a long, long, long, long, long … long way away from Earth — like 1.2 TIMES the Earth-Sun distance! Yes, it is going to be 1.203 AU out. That is 111.8 MILLION MILES (and even further out in stupid Kms). So, no danger there.


Then we have perihelion on Thanksgiving Day.

5 scenarios of what can happen then.

It is after that, hopefully on Boxing Day, that we will have the closest fly-by.

But IF it survives perihelion ‘intact’ it will breeze by 39.9 MILLION MILES AWAY.

Check this.

Click to ENLARGE. From 'ISON for Kids'.

Click to ENLARGE. From ‘ISON for Kids’.

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One response to “Explosions Notwithstanding, Comet ISON, C/2012 S1, Will NOT Impact Earth, It Is NOT Nibiru.”

  1. Rjh Benoit says :

    Status Update
    By Gilman Library
    Comet ISON, C/2012 S1 (ISON)…here it comes! Join us here at the Gilman Library, 100 Main Street, Alton, on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 at 7:00 PM to learn all about the comet that is expected to be visible soon.

    Comet ISON, C/2012 S1 (ISON), should be clearly naked eye visible in New Hampshire by early November 2013. Since mid-September amateur astronomers worldwide have been eagerly studying it with medium-power telescopes. Based on what they are seeing, this comet, hailed as being ‘special’ when discovered in 2012, should definitely be conspicuous in the
    night sky during November.

    It is likely to be the most memorable comet seen in New Hampshire since Hale Bopp in 1997. Towards Thanksgiving 2013, ISON, which will ‘graze’ the surface of the Sun might even be daylight visible! There are five different scenarios to what can then happen as the Comet rounds the Sun. If it survives even partly intact it could be a tantalizing sight around Christmas. A Holiday Comet. It will be the ‘Comet of 2013’, possibly the ‘Great Comet of 2013’. It has the potential to be the ‘Comet of the Century’.

    The presenter, Alton-resident Anura Guruge, an incessant writer, whose books on popes gained considerable attention during the papal transition earlier this year, has written and published three books on Comet ISON, in print and in 99 cent eBook form, in addition to another book on comets: ‘Comets: 101 Facts & Trivia’. His main ISON book, already, at various times, has reached Amazon’s #1 spot for books on ‘Comets, Meteors & Asteroids’. Bring your personal copies of his books and have them signed!

    This interactive, one-hour, slide-based presentation will cover all aspects of Comet ISON including its discovery, name, origins, characteristics, orbital path and Sun-encounter scenarios. Background information on comets in general, with references to past ‘greats’, will also be included to provide context and perspective. Audience participation will be encouraged.

    Admission is free. All are welcome.

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