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Article <57qapp$>
From: )
Subject: YES! Zeta Prediction 2 Right on Target!
Date: 30 Nov 1996 22:00:25 GMT

In article <578ipe$> posted last Thursday 24-Nov-96, the Zetas PREDICTED the following:

From: )
Newsgroups: sci.astro
Subject: Re: Hale-Bopp - the Zetas PREDICT!
Date: 24 Nov 1996 04:26:22 GMT

ZETA PREDICTION 2: Since Hale-Bopp advocates have diminished down to a precious few, in light of the increasing embarrassment those trying to hold to the party line are experiencing, and as our emissary Nancy has pointed out the thinning ranks, WE PREDICT that some prestigious individuals will come forth, descending from their ivory towers to enlighten the masses, and explain away: (see list below)

RESULTS: The article states:
"We started observing it with the Hubble Space Telescope in September of '95, and have kept it up since then, through October this year," said Harold Weaver, an astronomer specializing in comets at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. "It has a huge production of water and dust. It is already producing more gas than Haley did when it was three times closer." ... Weaver estimated that Hale-Bopp is now spewing about 50 tons per day of water in a sort of vaporous fog, and an equal amount of dust, plus smaller amounts of other gases. "It is of tremendous interest for two reasons," Weaver said. "It is so bright, we can observe it for a very long period of time, for several years. And we have more instruments to watch it than we have had for other comets."

BIG BIG WIN for the Zetas! Ah so, we're hearing from a comet specialist who has access to the HUBBLE telescope! Prestigious? Indeed. A BIG BIG WIN for the Zetas, even though they predicted it would be more than one individual. The rest got scared away due to the Zeta prediction accuracy :-).