Comet Defies Death, Brushes Up to Sun and Lives

I’ll be filling this in with commentary later.

For now, experience the idiocy of modern cosmology claiming that comets are dirty snowballs.

Comet Lovejoy was only discovered a couple of weeks ago. It was supposed to melt as it came so close to the sun that the temperatures would hit several million degrees.

But astronomers watching live with NASA telescopes were shocked when a bright spot emerged on the sun’s other side. Lovejoy lived.

The comet came within 75,000 miles of the sun. For a small object often described as a dirty snowball, that brush with the sun should have been fatal.

As a side note, 75,000 miles from the sun is smack in the middle of the hottest part of the solar corona, which is around 1 to 3  million K degrees hot.   It is simply impossible for any ball of ice to survive that kind of heat.

For a real explanation of comets, check out this article:


    Expect dark energy and dark matter to come to the rescue to the explanation of this “impossible” event.