Planet X: METEOR Increase
There is an immense amount of trash ... loosely
connected but not tightly joined so as to become clutter
in [Planet X]s atmosphere. Like the sweeping motion
of the ecliptic plane of the planets and the asteroid belt
around the Sun, [Planet X] draws with it trash which
has a tendency to trail behind it. When [Planet X]
leaves your Sun and goes back toward the Sun's dead
twin, out some 18 steps from your Sun to Pluto and
beyond, this trash lingers back and does not travel in
front of [Planet X]. It tends to have less impetus.
But when [Planet X] returns, there is pressure to
move back into the Solar System and sling through.
Why does this trash precede the traveling planet
itself? It is brushed forward ... One has only to look
at the ecliptic to see that there is an influence upon
the planets from the sun such that they all line up
along a plane, as though there were a wash inward
or outward from the sun. Likewise, when a large body
is in motion through space, the reach of this object is
broad, out into space, and sets in motion stagnant
objects. Something similar to a swimmer's paddling
foot in water. Something may be bobbling up and
down on top of the foot, or on the bottom of the foot,
but it may never leave and go entirely around the foot
but just bobble back and forth. Thus, meteor and space
trash activity will increase, going into the passage, far
ahead of the actual passage itself. This trash is
unsettled and plunges into the Earth's atmosphere.
There will be increasing activity of this nature - larger
meteors, more than just dramatic fireballs or green
streaks. The recent occurrence of a large rock falling
onto Greenland is not going to be unusual. There will
be more dramatic shows, but at the same time less talk
of it in the media.
ZetaTalk, Space Trash
Press statement by Niels Bohr Institute, Geophysical Dept
Dec 15, 1997
A big meteor impact has probably occurred in Southern
Greenland ... on Tuesday, December 9th ...
Meteorite suspected in fatal Colombian house fire
Reuters, 10:06 AM ET 12/16/97
... a hole, measuring about 10 inches in diameter, was
discovered in the zinc roof of the house, along with
traces of a sulphur-like substance that was being
studied in a local laboratory. The hole in the roof had
been punched from the outside, Rojas said, adding that
everything seemed to indicate the children were the
unwitting victims of a meteorite.