…by Anura Guruge
Just because it went POOF doesn’t mean it didn’t leave its mark.
It left millions and millions of miles of dust and debris in its wake
— along the path it followed towards its fateful
tryst with the Sun.
That it had a 20 – 30% chance of going POOF was always on the cards.
I had covered it, in my 5 possible perihelion scenarios,
in all my ISON books.
We also knew that the Earth would cross Comet ISON’s INBOUND trail in mid-January 2014.
That will still happen.
That should produce a meteor shower of some form.
That is a given. Laws of physics.
We will cut across the dust and debris it left behind.
Nearly all meteor showers have to do with Earth crossing the debris trail left behind by a comet.
We have talked about that before. So this is NOT magic.
I will, of course, keep you appraised as we get closer and closer.