COMET -C/1999 H1 (LEE)
UPDATE 5
July 23, 1999

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"EFFECT FROM A DISTANCE"
The Electromagnetic Connection Between The Sun And Comets
By Earl L. Crockett

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Jim McCanney's Comet Plasma Discharge Theory tells us that there is a close energetic relationship between the Sun and comets. This relationship is greatly accentuated in acute angle comets (like Hyakutake, Hale-Bopp, and Lee) when the comet breaks the solar capacitor (much like a big moth getting fried in a bug zapper on a hot summer night). We have also noted that there seems to be an additional energetic dynamic that takes place between the Sun and comets at, or shortly after, perihelion (closest point of orbit to the Sun). It almost seems as if the comet's shift from inbound to outbound from the Sun engages a Doppler like effect, a "stretching" of the energetic connection if you will, that triggers coronal mass ejection's (CME's). To whit:

Hyakutake: Perihelion May 1, 1996---CME May 1, 1996:

More photos at: http://lasco-www.nrl.navy.mil/b2-1996.html

Hale-Bopp: Perihelion April 1, 1997---CME April 7, 1997:

Hale-Bopp Inbound

Hale-Bopp Outbound

Lee: Perihelion July 11, 1999. CME's July 16/19, 1999:

 

Using the principles of Jim McCanney's Comet Plasma Discharge Theory, The Millennium Group has now successfully predicted the Sun's high activity following Comet Lee's passing of the ecliptic (see Update 3), and the CME's of July 16/19, 1999 following perihelion on July 11, 1999.

Is it now time to consider that Comet C1999 H1 (Lee) might in fact fool all of the NASA establishment dirty snowball astronomers, and reappear from behind the Sun in blazing glory during the full eclipse of August 11, 1999? Now wouldn't that be great?


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