Important New Info: TOP STORY: ISON COVER UP/May not be a Comet.


David Ellis comments:

The two streaks either-side of the comet‘s core are in actuality stars. Hubble’s lens was focused directly on Comet Ison’s core which caused the streaks to occur. These stack of images where taken for motion purposes, and the image I shared with you all – is authentic, but very misleading and deceptive, because the  still was taken from when all the images were in motion. 

To my subscribers:

Please accept my apology for this, I was misled by this video and in turn some of you might have been too. If that was the case, I apologize again.

Special thanks to  AntiTerrorAtheist (Blogger)  for helping me to bring this misrepresentation  to light… Regards, DE51…




Published on 18 Aug 2013

We are not being shown the correct images. Until Now.





4 Comments on “Important New Info: TOP STORY: ISON COVER UP/May not be a Comet.”

  1. Reblogged this on AntiTerrorAthiest and commented:
    Check out my expose on this individual, and you will understand the hype.It is all about the money, and an opportunity to generate revenue for his website. Check this:

    • davidellis51 says:

      Yes, I now know what he has done, particularly concerning Ison. I know that the frame he presented was a still from a stack of frames, which were employed to study the motion of Ison. Those streak like objects are in fact stars. The still was taken whilst the images were in motion, thus the effect. clever and deceptive. I will rectify this with my subscribers shortly. Thank you for making me aware of this, very much appreciated. Regards, David Ellis…

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