Friday, November 6, 2015
Spacecraft Discovers Thousands of Doomed Comets
It turns out that we have exactly one crushed comet passaging the sun. This is important. Earth was massively impacted by a crushed comet directly onto the Northern Ice Cap around 12900 years ago.
Having only one prospect, it appears that we likely have our original comet in the Kreutz comet family observation. We really have no other choice and since incoming at speed all on much the same trajectory it appears this is it.
We already understand that the comet mass was perfectly targeted and timed to produce the necessary result which was to end the northern Ice Age. Now we understand that when it passed by the sun, it came in low enough to effectively crush the whole comet. This was well done and it resulted in most of the material impacting over a huge area as it hit the Ice Cap.
Some remnants made it over the Cap to fall on North America and the explosive energy hurled ice over the Eastern part. The rest passed by in space to form the Kreutz family of comets