Atmospheric Dispersal

   The prominent website more than TPTB would like to admit, Zeta Talk has stated that a good portion atmosphere of the Earth will be stripped away during the passage of the 12th planet. So how would this be possible if friction plays no part in the vacuum of space due to a passage distance of the rogue planet of a least 14 million miles? 

The cloud, which surrounds the 12th planet complex is composed of dust particles, pebbles, gravel, small rocks of assorted sizes and the occasional bolder. This matter is charged, like any iron base compound encountering a strong planetary magnetic field. This is why the cloud and its contents remain in a relatively static position, swirling about the 12th planet and its many moons.  As this complex comes within close proximity of Earth, the magnetic fields of both planets join, creating a mega South Pole at the bottom of the 12th planet and at the North Pole of the Earth. This is no different than placing two magnets together arranged in a south, north, south, north configuration, which creates one large magnet with one North and South pole even though the magnetic sources do not touch. The dust cloud once answering only to the 12th planet, has its equilibrium disturbed by the Earth. The process of movement starts as the iron base compounds adapt the charge of the ambient poles. So lets designate the South pole of the 12th planet as the initial point of motion even though the particles are constant motion about its environment. At the point when the magnetic fields of the Earth and the 12th planet unite all particles the up to and inclusive of the occasional boulders with a negative charge acquired from the South pole of the 12th planet rush towards the magnetic new joint north pole with its new elevated potential (a combination of the 12th planet and Earth magnetic fields), which is Earthís North Pole. From Earth, the population is stunned as red dust and hail stones assault the atmosphere and envelopes the Earth from a south to north direction. The atmosphere then scatters the meteor swarms in all directions giving a spectacular display, which the population of Earth barely notices during the occurrence of catastrophic events. But then a new problem develops when the charged particles ionize the upper atmosphere. Once charged, the atmosphere follows the particle flow of the dust cloud and is then drawn into space, but as the charge dissipates from, the air molecules choose a less crowded environment away from the particle flowing towards the 12th planetís South Pole, thus float into the vacuum of outer space, lost forever. Fear not, the oceans have dissolved air keep in place by air pressure, once the atmosphere is stripped the pressure will drop and air will fizz from the oceans much like a shaken bottle of soda, replenishing our atmosphere over a period of a few short years with the help of warm oceans and its plant life.

 

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