It would appear that some serious questions regarding the remarkable journey of comet Ison around the sun need to be answered.


Comet Ison rounded the sun at its perihelion on the 28th of November 2013. Its behaviour -as imaged by LASCO 2 and LASCO 3 satellites per the SOHO website- was remarkable to say the least. Ison appeared to not behave as comets are supposed to with their tails angling close to axially away from the sun. Another striking observation was that the tail of the comet failed to move with the comet at all. It was laid out like a jet contrail and it remained in place totally unaffected for several hours -apparently stationary in a severe solar gravitational field- with the solar wind streaming right through it!


The question that needs to be asked here is: How did the tail remain in place without any affects by the solar wind or even gravity? It just hung there in the same position and gradually faded away over twenty four hours from 28--- 1030 to 29--- 1030. You can tell it remained in exactly the same position because the tail had a split at that juncture which remained intact and stationary as well. In fact the whole tail appeared as a contrail and failed to follow the comet around the perihelion. Neither did it appear to blow out into space or fall into the sun. It was obviously an impression in the fabric of space in a dimension that wasn ' t even perturbable by the normally expected forces! Welcome to the multiplex universe of G-theory!


The second question relates to the first observation: Why was the tail almost perfectly aligned with the comet ' s track in the first place without showing any proclivity to be affected by the solar wind or gravity either?

Following questions are: What force caused the tail to stream out behind the comet and slow to a halt?

Even though the matter seen leaving the sun was noticeably slower than the solar wind; why wasn ' t it being blown into a tail streaming axially out from the sun? Note: this last question is unscientific because the speed of both is unknown by me. It is just an interesting conjecture.


There is no doubt that the body of the comet was affected by gravity and that it also collided with the sun with some force because it can be noticed carrying some of the sun ' s corona off with it as it leaves. The coronal matter (assumed) travelled outward with –or without- the comet but with a slight tangential divergence. The strange thing here also is--- that such ejectile matter also appears to not be affected by the solar wind which just passed straight through it as the matter cloud tracked away with the comet ?? over several hours. Note: There were doubts regarding the comets survival at this juncture. The ' cloud ' that travelled away from the sun appears to gradually fade away in a manner similar to the contrail.


The third question is: If Einstein ' s equivalence principle is true and an object falling in a gravitational field feels no inertia; how come the comet body markedly elongated as it neared the sun?


There is something very strange going on which I suggest the current physics paradigm simply has no answer for. Of course we can expect the typical ' off the cuff ' --- ' fob off ' excuses such as--- the LASCO 2 and 3 images are of low quality and aren ' t to be relied on for scientific research! That might be true but the images don ' t lie. We don ' t have to be able to draw out accurate measurable data to see the obvious. The fact remains that the contrail of the comet is not affected by any of the usual forces on site! The next probable fob off is--- the comet ' s tail particles are still travelling at almost the same velocity and following the same path around so they ostensibly correspond with the same gravitational solution as the body.


In answer to that lame excuse we will have a couple of other questions for them to answer. Like how is the tail still unaffected by the solar wind as we would have expected? ---and why did it remain stationary in space? Also why was it ' s tail still streaming out behind it as it left the sun. The solar wind is just as fast at that distance.


There is another possible excuse in that the tail will be said to be in a differential force situation with the force of gravity being equal to the force of the solar wind. That I would consider to be a coincidence to hard to swallow, especially when you consider the massive length of the unaffected tail.

Now we have to understand that science is not even going to want to ' touch this ' problem because they are very risk averse to anything at all which threatens their ' bread and butter ' . Yes science is just another money making scheme which really has no interest in discovering anything that would threaten the ' longevity of the search ' while they are all getting paid so much to look! ---Funding governments and private philanthropists--- you are suckers all!


Now that ' s probably a bit harsh because there have been very useful discoveries made via such research however the science is heading for a brick wall going forward and the fundamental questions remain. However such observations as typified by the behaviour of Ison show that there is more to what we see than meets the eye in ways we could never imagine. Perhaps we need a new science?


G-theory has perfectly plausible answers for all that behaviour and if I had have had the forethought it could have predicted much of what was seen but I must admit to being surprised by the unperturbed comet contrail myself. But in retrospect it turns out that G-theory has a solution for that also. These solutions are not made up they were already pre existing in the thesis. It ' s all there. Order your copy today. It ' s just an email away.


PS Hint: The Comet ' s actual dust tail was being swept away by the solar wind and it was so immediate it was unobservable. The contrail (track) including the split was probably caused by another phenomenon. The particles which made up the comet ' s aura/tails was split into three groups of particles by various mechanics which can be found in G-theory. I will only explain this on demand.