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Another Expert Agrees With Dark Comet Theory

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Astronomer David Asher (from Armagh University) has agreed with Bill Napier and Janaki Wickramasinghe (Cardiff University) that “dark comets” are real and dangerous.
The following quotes are from a paper by Napier and Asher published in Astronomy & Geophysics.

We know that about one bright comet (of absolute magnitude as bright as 7, comparable to Halley’s Comet) arrives in the visibility zone (perihelion q<5AU, say) each year from the Oort cloud. It seems to be securely established that ~1–2% of these are captured into Halleytype (HT) orbits. The dynamical lifetime of a body in such an orbit can be estimated, from which the expected number of HT comets is perhaps ~3000. The actual number of active HT comets is ~25. This discrepancy of at least two powers of 10 in the expected impact rate from comets as deduced from this theoretical argument on the one hand, and observations on the other, is …

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A David Wilcock Fact Checker

Submitted by on September 13, 2012 – 1:29 pmNo Comment

I saw David Wilcock give a long talk promoting his new book The Source Field Investigations. During that talk he proudly mentioned how many references his book had – linking his ideas to legitimate scientific studies and news items. His talk was good, but some of the scientific studies he brought up were a bit hard to believe – so I ordered the book so I could check them for myself. I have trusted that every reference is real, but I have looked into the worthiness of some that stood out as perhaps bogus.

The four examples below are indicative of how Mr Wilcock is willing to mix in rubbish with real science to help make his case. To be authentic, he needs to make less bold claims and upgrade his BS detector.

BTW, The Source Field Investigations is actually an excellent book, uniting many esoteric ideas and ancient mysteries to come up a theory not dissimilar to the Akashic Records, or aether. If he wrote it and researched it all himself, then he is a rare example of a scientist who can easily describe such ideas to the layperson.

India Daily

I’m starting at the back of the book, because I was that shocked by the dozens of references to this online news service, and how his conclusions pretty much depend on them. I’ve come across this “news” service many times before in my own investigations, and I mentioned how outrageous their stories are back in 2008.

There are two websites that are well-known (on alternative and conspiracy discussion boards) for seemingly making up stories – they are the origin, and they never name sources, and the stories tend to be outlandish or unbelievable. They are India Daily and Sorcha Faal’s They are possibly government sponsored disinformation services.

Someone at Above Top Secret made a suggestion:

I was going to make a suggestion that all moderators either delete threads on Indiadaily or move them to a special thread created on Indiadaily (this could serve as one)

Indiadaily is not legitimate web site site at all. It is a fake news web site, even it’s entertainment stories (like porn in Bollywood and Britney in Bollywood) are fabricated. We should either treat it as a humour topic or simply just blacklist it completely. I vote you make this thread a sticky and make it a general topic on tabloid news regarding Aliens and UFOs.

A blogger puts it nicely (and provides examples):

I have no idea who or what runs India Daily, but a badly written automated bot might not be a bad guess.

Here’s an example of an article at India Daily:

We know earth is perfect dynamo. It is a delicate but perfect design to support intelligent life forms. If Earth’s dynamo were just a little weaker, the magnetic field it generates would be inadequate to shield life from cosmic rays other harmful effects from the space. If it were much stronger, it would cause deadly magnetic storms.

However, scientists are concerned that this perfection and engineering marvel can malfunction during galactic alignment in 2012. That will require extraterrestrial help from very advanced type IV civilization. Some UFO watchers believe the galactic alignment will have real negative effects on the intelligent life forms.

It is possible that the extraterrestrial help will come and go silently and we will understand nothing on December 21. It is also possible they have to reveal their identity, take up drastic steps to protect us.

It can be found here,, and if you look at the other articles at the bottom of that page you will get the idea.

Of course David alludes to this in his writing, but at the same time accepts the stories as legit:

The India Daily Web site has a section called “Technology” – and well over 50 percent of the articles in this section appear to be leaked from divisions of the Indian government itself. There appears to be a very strong effort towards disclosure being made in these reports – unlike anything else I’ve ever seen in the world. Naturally, since most of the writers are anonymous, and at this point they cannot prove their sources, most people could easily dismiss them. However, the level of technical detail in these articles – and how well it ties in with what we’ve been discussing in this book – is nothing short of astonishing. (page 451)

The final quote he provides is indicative of how easily Mr Wilcock is sucked in:

Galactic alignment changes the world. The civilizations get reincarnation. The earth gets rejuvenated. It is a function of gravity wave. The gravity wave in higher dimensions is programmed to create this galactic alignment for earth to have reincarnation… This may be no different. We might see in 2012 or after that time the extraterrestrial civilization – the type IV advanced aliens responsible for the big bang. (page 458)

Russian Science

I suspect that many Russian scientists of the Soviet era were under pressure to perform – in other words they might have faked results rather than be sent to the salt mines. Whatever the real reason, some of the studies mentioned by Wilcock just don’t ring true…

Numerous claims are made regarding the powers of pyramids, and studies of the effects on objects placed within them. Thirteen references in a row refer to this article which was written especially for the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association by Dr. Volodymyr Krasnoholovet: On the Way to Disclosing the Mysterious Power of the Great Pyramid. The numerous studies described by Dr Krasnoholovet are not mentioned anywhere else online – unless the source is the article he wrote. Now it could just be that Russians don’t like to publish their findings… but combine that with these claims and it seems made up:

  • Twenty gravely ill premature babies were given a glucose solution that had been in a pyramid. All twenty survived, whereas babies given non-pyramid glucose water were just as likely to die as before. Were this to be true, surely the research would have continued, news would have spread, and the lives of babies worldwide saved?
  • Mice given typhoid fever were substantially more likely to survive (60% vs 7%) if placed in a pyramid. Again, such amazing results would have sparked further research and real proof.

Sometimes lack of funding is the excuse for not conducting further research. But oil companies have research cash don’t they?

Golod also built a series of pyramids over an oil well, and then compared the results with others that were nearby. It was discovered that the oil under the pyramids became 30 percent thinner, thus causing production to increase by 30 percent because the oil was so much easier to pump… The Gubkin Moscow Academy of Oil and Gas confirmed these results were fact, not fiction. (page 148).

DNA Phantom Effect

According to Mr Wilcock, the DNA Phantom Effect is arguably one of the most significant scientific discoveries in modern history (page 162). It basically goes like this:

1) Beam laser light through a DNA sample and observe the wave pattern that appears on the screen behind.
2) Remove the DNA from the experiment the wave pattern remains on the screen as if the DNA is still there.

According to an official description of the experiment, the study was conducted in 1985, and published in 1992 – P.P. Gariaev, K.V. Grigor’ev, A.A. Vasil’ev, V.P. Poponin and V.A. Shcheglov. Investigation of the Fluctuation Dynamics of DNA Solutions by Laser Correlation Spectroscopy. Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute, n. 11-12, p. 23-30 (1992).  Apparently an expensive MALVERN laser photon correlation spectrometer is required to repeat the experiment, but of course any scientist with access to one of these can replicate the experiment – they wouldn’t have to buy one themselves.

Wilcock says that the experiment has been replicated, by R. Pecora in the USA, in 1990. Well, there is a real scientist in this niche field called Robert Pecora. And he did publish a paper on this topic in 1990: A dynamic light scattering study of four DNA restriction fragments. But reading the introduction it doesn’t sound like he made the same discovery as Gariaev et al, although it is hard to tell if you don’t understand the terminology. What is quite clear is that Pecora is not saying anything about it, and my guess is that it was a different experiment, unrelated to that of the Russians.

I’ve just found the original Russian paper, and it refers to the work of Pecora, but only by saying that “the experimental conditions were similar to those described elsewhere“. So clearly Pecora did not replicate the experiment, he merely made an earlier experiment that the Russians feel was similar. Meanwhile the Russian Academy of Sciences has suspended the work of Gariaev.

So, easily replicable, but nobody has. Wilcock has mislead us into thinking the work has been replicated. Wilcock cites the experiments of Gariaev repeatedly throughout his book, as evidence that DNA can store light.

Turning Chickens into Ducks

Korean scientist Dr Dzang Kangeng published a remarkable discovery in 1993… Kangeng found that he could transfer the genetic code from one species into another through nothing more than an energy wave (page 206).

He connected a duck and a chicken (in different rooms) with a funnel. He zapped the duck with a high-frequency electrostatic generator, and when the chicken laid her eggs the babies were chicken/duck hybrids.

The original experiment attributed to Dzang Kangeng Yu was published in Aura-Z, 1993, N3. That’s a strange name for an academic journal, and that’s because it isn’t academic at all. It’s full name is Aura-Z, An Illustrated Quarterly Journal of Ufological and Paranormal Phenomena. You can pick up that issue from online used booksellers – it’s listed at Amazon. Apparently Kangeng was awarded a patent for the process, but of course a patent is merely record of new methodology – you don’t need to prove that it works.

Other Criticisms

I found these (with further explanations at Amazon:

FALSE: The Boskop skull is evidence of a former advanced race in South Africa
FALSE: Wilcock says Astronomers were shocked and “embarrassed” to discover a gigantic loss of heavy elements, including oxygen, on Jupiter between 1979 and 1995.
FALSE: Wilcock claims earthquakes events are increasing dramatically in recent years. (I concur)




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