Comet 209P/LINEAR Meteor Storms/Shower MUST SEE! Heavy Fragmentation Possible




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Published on Mar 5, 2014

A detailed study of the dynamics of the Comet 209P/LINEAR's close approach to Earth reveals more than just two centuries of dying comet debris the Earth will pass directly through in May 2014. As we announced in "2014 Celestial Events to Watch" on January 1st, this is a MAJOR EVENT to watch and monitor! The old comet is dim and has been weak in tail and coma production during the last decade we have been observing it. Also, because we have never seen this comet before and yet has a 6 year orbit around the Sun, we have every reason to believe this comet is dying through loss of its volatile material and is just ripe and ready to "fall apart."

The comet will make its closest approach to the Sun on May 6th, 2014 and then will fly by Earth at a mere 5 million miles on May 29th. Earth will enter the peak trail debris built up over 2 centuries on May 24th. If 209P/LINEAR is compromised by its solar close approach, the debris will be in Earth's immediate path. Will this just be the exciting new beginning of a new meteor shower with storms for decades to come? Will there be other surprises? This periodic dying comet reminds us that surprises could have been lurking among us close-by ALL THE TIME and then just show themselves one day!

This scenario reminds the producer of many Nibiru/Red Dwarf/Planet-X theories - a cold dark celestial object being unnoticed, hard to see, and then surprising humanity at a very particular moment in time. Because of its prolific possibilities, in the next video 209P/LINEAR will be thrown against the Celestial Bitter Object (CBO) scale as it does hold the the right recipe for heavy fragmentation and Earth impact.

This is video #1 in a series devoted to the dynamics of this celestial event. Music credit at end of video. References can be given and cited upon request.


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