Comet 45P/Honda and possible severe weather, increased earthquake or volcano activity events around January 29th to February 4th 2017
January 28th 2017
Comet 45 p 45P/Honda-Markos-Pajdusáková was first discovered in 1948, it measures only about 1 kilometer in diameter, its orbit period is about 5 years and 3 month.
In its current passage, it went through perihelion at 31.12. 2016 and on February 11th, it will be at its closest distance to Earth, at about 33 lunar distances. This could give the most interesting sightings although it will be only 10° above the horizon.
However, the more important date is coming up just now. From January 29th to about February 4th, 2017, several conditions regarding the Earth and comet 45 p will be met:
1.During this time frame, the comet will cross directly between the sun and earth and form an alignment for a possible electric exchange between these bodies.
2. The sun exhibits a coronal hole that is currently on the incoming (left) side of the sun and will be facing Earth directly on Jan 29th, its enhanced solar winds will arrive at earth about 1-2 days later and CME’s and increased earthquake/ volcanic activity may be expected.
3. In addition, new moon passing takes place just today on Jan, 28th. The moon is passing between Earth and the sun and establishes its monthly electric connection. Around Jan 29th, the moon will have moved out of the way and earth may abruptly be reconnected to the electrical exchange with the sun.
The net effect of these circumstances can cause a drastic increase in all electrically induced phenomena on Earth, first and foremost severe weather, lightning and storms. Further, an enhanced likelihood for earthquakes can be anticipated.
However, I do understand that an earthquake alert on a global scale for an entire week is a broad brush and too vage to serve for any practical precautions. Regard this as a theoretical exercise.
For potential regionally specified weather and earthquake alerts see sites such as suspicious observers.