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james maccanneyNovember 12, 2013 … comet ISON develops a second tail AND TURNS BLUE per my prediction (listen to last thursday’s show for that exact statement) … the pic of amateur astronomer michael jagar did not show a copyright notice on the spaceweather web site so is posted here … too bad we have to depend on amateur pics when NASA has all the good equipment (over 60 instruments) focused on ISON but nary a trace of pics or data from those tight fisted clowns … note how comet ISON resembles the asteroid that went comet (pic in the next posting below) … of course spaceweather gives their fairy tale science version of what is causing a double tail (actually a common feature of comets) BUT listen to my show this week for a complete comet ISON update and explanation for why comets can exhibit 2 tails … but what about turning blue ?!?!? is it holding its breath too long ??? or is it due to a more intense electrical discharge as i stated on last week’s show when i made the prediction … changing from green to blue … once again surely NASA has the spectral analysis that would prove that this light is not reflected solar light but is intense luminosity of gases in the comet as its sunward electron current intensifies as it approaches the sun and as ISON begins to interact electrically with the planet mercury … they would also hold the data proving that the light is red shifted as explained in my Plasma Discharge Comet Model (see my eBook COMETS for details where i show comet spectrum with the predicted red shift) … jim mccanney