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Planet-X, Comets & Earth Changes by James M. McCanney Minneapolis, MN: jmccanneyscience
Planet-X, Comets & Earth Changes by James M. McCanney Minneapolis, MN: jmccanneyscience. com press, 2007 (first published in 2002) 182 pp. A new model of the Universe. McCanney's first book in a series presenting his ideas, Planet-X, Comets & Earth Changes: A Scientific Treatise on the Effects of a New Large Planet or Comet Arriving in Our Solar System and Expected Earth Weather and Earth Changes, introduces his theoretical work on these topics. It's divided into thirteen short chapters describing the scientific concepts in layman's terms, followed by reprints of his original scientific papers published in the early 1980s.
A scientific treatise on the effects of a new large planet or comet arriving in our solar system and expected earth weather and earth changes. James M. McCanney, . This book is an essential addition to that series that already includes treatises on symbolism, calendar changes caused by man’s need to adopt to celestial events and our connections to the past through our correct interpretation of history.
If James McCanney's Plasma Discharge comet model turns out to be correct, he will take his place . At the time, the comet Hale-Bopp was streaking across our skies. The elders warned that earth changes would soon begin
If James McCanney's Plasma Discharge comet model turns out to be correct, he will take his place alongside Copernicus, Kepler, and Newton as one of the truly great figures in science. There is no way to incrementally go from the current dirty snowball comet model to McCanney's model. His represents a complete break with mainstream thinking. The elders warned that earth changes would soon begin. But I didn't understand what they were talking about until I encountered McCannney's work.
Planet-X, Comets & Earth Changes by James M. first published in 2002) 182 pp. And thanks to James McCanney's work over the last thirty-odd years, they find themselves plunged, in the words of Mullah Nasr Eddin, "into the deepest galoshes that have ever been worn on sweaty feet. James McCanney is something of a maverick in the scientific community. Having taught physics and mathematics at Cornell University, he was ousted because of pressure put on University authorities by professors in the astronomy department who didn't like what he was publishing.
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