Comets and Venus

18 October 2021

At … on October 14th Comet 29P blew its top – again. Back in September, it did the same thing – on four occasions. Obviously, the comet is still around, and has been for many a long year, trapped in a circular orbit between Jupiter and Saturn. So, to explain it we are told that it is a volcanic comet. It is a volcano on the comet that is going off, over and over again. This might be a good case to look at from the perspective of an electric or plasma comet point of view.

Robert sent in the link… … Venus has never had a climate like earth. It was always a dry planet, apparently. So how does that affect the runaway greenhouse theory of Venus? Robert comments, I have always suspected the runaway greenhouse theory was devised by Carl Sagan as a veiled attempt to undermine Velikovsksy's proposal that Venus was hot. It is indeed, hot. Very hot – but dry. Unfortunately, the runaway greenhouse theory was taken up by the global warming fraternity as a means of frightening people, especially children. We might add, eco-warriors have instead, brought new meaning to Venus, as they can wave their hands and say, look at what the earth may end up like. All part and parcel of the alarmist agenda.

At … two upcoming space missions are to look at asteroids, including those residing in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Mission Lucy, that blasted off a couple of days ago will venture beyond that to visit the Jupiter Trojans as well. Mission Dart, due for lift-off in November, will pay a visit to 65803 Didymops, a Near Earth asteroid with a moon. They will attempt to change the orbit of the moon.

At … a big comet, between 100 and 200 km across, is makings its way deep into the solar system.

At … the early solar system harboured a gap between its inner and outer regions – in the region where the asteroid belt is now located.

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