Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Is Elenin The Remnant Iron Core Of The Asteroid belt?
Was Elenin the iron core of the planet that is now the asteroid belt?
Elenin might be the remnant of Sitchin's Tiamat, an earthlike world blasted by an interstellar object millions of years ago, sent careening toward the sun and falling into a very long 3600 year elliptical orbit.
If so, Elenin will not have the big coma or comet tail as we shall soon see as it passes STEREO B. We are going to soon find out that Elenin is a big sphere of frozen iron with a gigantic electrical charge. Elenin might be a huge iron ball that spent thousands of years collecting a charge in deep space.
Last December Elenin caused asteroid Sheila to light up as a temporary comet and caused a big storm on Saturn. Go to google images and search elenin saturn sheila to see what I mean.
IRAS infrared images of Elenin show a huge seventeen million by 100 million mile charge in NASA photos. At 14 AU this thing was huge, what is it now and is it so horrendous that NASA dare not release recent infrared images? Could that infrared signature be the electrical charge of the object? Is it so huge that when it discharges like a giant capacitor that it might cause the sun to swell past Mercury orbit like the Avery crop circle seems to indicate?
The earth could be engulfed in the sun's heliosphere as it expands rapidly. Even if the earth stays outside of the sun, it could push so close to us that the earth is no longer in the habitable zone, where water can exist in liquid phase. Going underground would be the only way to survive.