Taylor (2 Jan 2014)
"ISON PART 2"


 

Just a couple excerpts from NASA's article:
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"For several days around January 12, 2014, Earth will pass through a stream of fine-grained debris from Comet ISON," says Wiegert. "The resulting shower could have some interesting properties.

According to Wiegert's computer models, the debris stream is populated with extremely tiny grains of dust, no more than a few microns wide, pushed toward Earth by the gentle radiation pressure of the sun. They will be hitting at a speed of 56 km/s or 125,000 mph. Because the particles are so small, Earth’s upper atmosphere will rapidly slow them to a stop.

"Instead of burning up in a flash of light, they will drift gently down to the Earth below," he says.

Wiegert notes another curiosity: "The shower is going to hit our planet from two directions at once."

When Earth passes through the debris stream, we will encounter two populations of comet dust. One swarm of dust will be following the Comet ISON into the sun. Another swarm will be moving in the opposite direction, pushed away from the sun by solar radiation pressure. The streams will pepper opposite sides of Earth simultaneously.

"In my experience, this kind of double whammy is unprecedented," says Wiegert.
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Considering the fact that science really doesn't know exactly what comets are made of (especially ISON), and the fact that they do know for sure cyanogen does make up (at least partially) some comets, that dust very well could be cyanogen. If that's the case, I could see a scenario where that cyanogen dust could cause major health problems while floating in the atmosphere (for months to years) and perhaps eventually poisoning some fresh water sources. A scenario like that sounds eerily a lot like what is described with regards to Wormwood in Revelation.

Here's some info on cyanogen: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Bear in mind that this comet was observed dumping dust at a prodigious (if not unheard of) rate.(120,000 tons per minute)!