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Another Expert Agrees With Dark Comet Theory

February 21, 2013 – 11:31 am | No Comment

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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So… I Braved Live TV, After The World Didn’t End

Submitted by on December 22, 2012 – 11:18 am6 Comments

A few points:

  • I phoned them prior and asked to cancel the interview – I had literally been up all night and wasn’t exactly on the ball – not surprising given that I virtually kicked off this meme 12 years ago
  • I didn’t know the questions in advance
  • Presumably the aim of the TV folk was to have a giggle, but for me it was an opportunity to let preppers know that their preparations weren’t in vain

I don’t know, but predict that no other 2012ers have admitted they were wrong on TV. And I never said the world would end (as we know it) but that we should merely prepare, just in case.



  • mad scientist says:

    lotsa red wine the night before i guess but you’re very much spot on and my hero.

  • Deja Q says:

    awwwwww to that comment^^

    good job, Rob.

  • Watson says:

    Regardless of the doomsday is coming or no, your website still teaches me a lot on the history, culture, sciences and knowledge that just seem too hard to be collected in a piece; but you did it.

    I learn a lot reading your posts, and i’m agree, it’s preparation for the just-in-case.

  • randy says:

    I just accidentally found your website today. That news team is very mean and buttheads. Your were just letting other people know in just in case scenario if it would have happen. That night I went go bed but what if itvdid happen I would not have been prepared. In my way I am the ignorant one. Especially I live in tornado alley in the panhandle of Texas and I even not prepared for a simple tornado scenario. But for me you were doing what was best and helping others to prepare. To me your an eye opener and I hope you keep this website on still. I would love to explore it more. I may never know what could happen. Take care and thank-you for the education that I got to read on your site. Good day..

  • Dan says:

    Good job Robert! Who cares about a friggin date? the end will come during the night like a thief, no one will notice it. its close, we have produced so much negative energy during our bloody history, it needs to be reset. humanity in its current state has no future. greed, ritual egoism, warmongering satanistic governments and multinational corporations that thrive on chaos, overpopulation and materialistic youth without direction. we are sick to the bone, theres no chance that we can recover without a mass extinction. everything, even our buildings need to go down, we need to start from scratch no other chance for this pile of rotten meat humanity is. If nature doesnt do the friggin job, we ourselves will:
    Most of the stupid meatbag of people dont even realize that the world economy has suffered irreversible damage a few years ago, and its just a matter of time until this artificially revived crumbling structure goes down in an accelerating manner.

    Everyone who reads this blog: PREPARE! We’re gonna starve and freeze to death!

  • Yo! says:

    I agree with Dan.Robert,dont let the negative comments on Facebook get to you,you did the right thing in trying to prepare-one can never go wrong with that! How can one blame you for believing all of this? The Mayans (apparently) predicted the exact date that the Spanish will come and that they would destroy them -this is the first point in believing that the Mayans were on to something,since if they predicted that then they can predict other events.The second point is they were very advanced (granted this knowledge was not theirs but from aliens or Atlantis etc) -they knew pi to around 10 decimal places and knew the orbit and time of Venus correct to two decimal places.Also their pyramids and buildings (and that of other central and South American civilizations) were built to utter perfection,they also had technology to lift the blocks in the first place (eg:the Olmec heads which weigh tons were moved great distances,and the laser precision of the structures at Puma Punku).This second point clearly added much credit to their predictions and gave them an air of seriousness.This advanced knowledge of architecture and astronomy clearly didnt come from anywhere but space visitors-which leads to the logical thought that maybe the aliens knew something about cycles of destruction and passed this on to the Mayans – this added further credibility to the prediction,as aliens would for sure know more than us. The fact that the Mayans had such advancments already added credibility to the prediction,this time it was an advanced civilization (that knew the orbit of Venus to decimal places) that (apparently) predicted the (temporary) end of the world,and not one man like Nostradamus.The third point is the fact that the Malaysians,the Hopi,the Aztecs and the Mayans all said the world ended a number of times in the past (I think the Malaysians said the world ended 7 times) – and the Aztecs even said how each time the world ended.We have hard evidence that at least ones the Aztec (and I think Mayan as well) description on how the world ende was right – one of the times it was by water (the great flood) -we know there was a flood since many,many cultures around the world share that legend,from the South American tribes to the Sumerians and the Jews to the Chinese,and a lot of geologists,judging from their research,agree a flood occured.Other points: the Hopi said that at the end of the world 2 or 3 (forgot how much) white bison would be born (amongst other signs),and apparently at least 2 were born relatively recently (the odds are apparently staggering for a white bison to be born).Another sign is the correlation thing that Mckenna discovered on how the iching,if plotted in a certain way or something,pointed to 2012 as a majorly significant year.Yet another point is a documentary that aired on National Geographic with this guy Maloof that showed how a couple of researchers and geologist studied a glacier near the border of the Amazon and concluded that at the start of the Mayan calendar,around 5125 years ago(apparently the last time the world ended),serious climate changes occured in a remarkably short time.These points mentioned above added enough credibility to the 2012 prediction for an intelligent person to think that something might happen,no matter how small the chance,that’s why I understand Robert Bast and his actions,words,and dont think it’s fair to say negative things to him about the (temporary) end not occuring.With everything said,there are still a couple of holes: the whole 2012 end of the world thing started with one man in the 60’s (think his first name was Michael,not sure) and everyone just jumped on the band wagon after he initiated the whole thing – the question is how did he come up with the idea the world was going to end,how did all the researchers and authors come up with that idea? – since only a handful of codices and books survived the purging done by the Spanish – a handful of surviving books is hardly an amount to make such a huge, significant and definate conclusion that the world would (temporary,not permanently) end.It would make sense if they discovered a codex that clearly stated that the Mayans believed the world will end on the 21/12/2012 by ‘physical’ destruction,but there was never such writing that stated that clearly and irrefutabely – so that was a red flag already; it seems the whole theory that the world was physically (temporary) going to end was constructed artificially and erranously, loosely based on loose knowledge here and there.The other red flag to the prediction is the fact that the Egyptians had no such prediction,another civilization that was significantly advanced and that also maybe had contact with aliens in their early days (first dynasty)-if aliens went to visit the Egyptians as well,then why didnt they relate to them this knowledge of apocalyptic cycles,as other aliens(or the same aliens or whatever) did to the Mayans? Surely the Egyptians,with their advancements,would have known something as well?In the end their was clearly never and apocalyptic prediction.All of the above are my thoughts,typed on my phone – the ramblings of a 23 year old guy

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