Posted by themadhatter on December 4, 2013
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THEN Comet ISON mysteriously blows up
The first bomb detonated the day before perihelion about the first hour of 28 November 2013. At that time the brightness of ISON jumped tenfold.
About 35% of the comet disintegrated and the remainder of the core went into a slow spin. Most of the loose material went into the tail. The tail remained fixed within the outer corona of the sun and stayed in the same position for the next four days. The tail slowly spread, but for the most part, could be seen like a vapour trail held by the outer corona.
When ISON plunged deeper into the corona, the tail disappeared because it was out of the intense heat of the corona and the photosphere around the corona. The temperatures are lower between the corona and the surface of the sun. The paradox of the corona holding plasmas in the millions of degrees and the surface of the sun being 8000 degrees F. has been known for about a century. ISON again demonstrated this paradox. For nearly twelve hours, ISON was invisible to SDO cameras. It was a tiny half mile diameter speck with no halo or tail at all. It was not emitting enough gases to be seen.
During the transit under the corona, the second bomb detonated. About another 60% of the original mass was blown away leaving the last 5% of the comet spinning rapidly when it became visible above the corona.
ISON is now a nearly headless comet. It is a spreading debris field which will eventually orbit throughout the solar system. The coming meteor shower will be bright.
The intent of those who planted the two bombs was to create a huge coronal mass ejection (CME) and a possible Carrington Effect. They did not succeed.
It also appears there was some sort of intervention blocking a manmade electromagnetic pulse event simultaneous to the detonation of the bombs planted in Comet ISON. The power grid is still working and my computer appears to be working.
Thanks to: http://outofthisworldx.wordpress.com