Saturday, November 17, 2007

Questions For or About Comet Holmes

I have been watching and studying comets for some years now. This one is a strange one. We've had quite a few "strange" behaving comets over the last few years. The dirty snowball model has lost any authority that it ever did have. However the EMF model continues to be the only reliable model that we can trust. With all of the strange behaviors that we've seen, the only model that can explain these differences and behaviors is the electrical model.

I have a couple of proposals. First, because we tend to cling to old ideas, we quickly jump to the assumption that this gas ball is coming from the comet. I would suggest that the gas ball is coming from the space that the comet is traveling through. It is gathering hydrogen and other elements as a result of the highly electrical charges surrounding the body. The charge on the body is greater than the force of the solar wind pushing the tail. Why? Maybe because of the makeup of the comet, maybe because of the speed or shape of the body. I would compare this huge ball of gas to ball lightning. It has all of the elements of ball lightning and
I would refer the reader to Alexey Dmitriev's writing on Vacuum Domains.

The body appears to be potato shaped and the arrows point to areas of electrical charge contacts where plumes of newly created gas are being formed. You can even see the bow shock outside of the lower left edge of the body. It creates a semicircle of matter on the leading edge.

Further, I would suggest that this is the way that planets are made. The charge
gathers the elements around the body and it grows. After a tipping point is reached the body settles into an orbit that befits it's size, charge and such. Or... the orbit may change, becoming in conflict with other bodies in the solar system. This of course has happened before. Just take a look beyond Mars at the debris field - it was once a planet - I believe it was referred to as TIAMAT!

Regardless of this comet's behavior, the fact remains that we live in a rapidly changing and volatile universe. But we must always remember that all things are connected. And something that our learned scientists have failed to understand, is that they just don't know everything. Knowledge and understanding is not proprietary, it belongs to all living. And this comet is a wonderful time for all to observe and to experience.

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