I have trouble thinking a tiny, itsy bitsy comet or two can effect the sun in such a significant way. Afterall - don't they say you can fit 1 million Earths into the sun ... and now a tiny spec of dust is gonna wreak havoc?
And there's also the issue of direction. The pulse would need to be positioned just right to hit earth .... I imagine something like trying to hit a grain of rice stuck to a dartboard ... blindfolded.
i dont know why ppl feast on things like this [u r what u eat] on this forum
every meteor, asteriod, comet, that goes by will have deadly/dramatic effects on earth.
the interesting thing is that between march and october its said to be possible that ison
will be brighter than a full moon.
aside from that ... i wonder if the whole planet was going to blow up tomorrow
what would be the purpose of discussing it ?
there are satellite bombs in space [manmade] designed to create a pulse
to blind/destroy other satellites upon which weapons systems rely
that is perhaps the most likely source of any signifigant pulse
but a natural pulse would give nuclear powers a window of oppertunity
in witch to act
regardless i still wonder what is the benefit of discussing such things