David, It sounds like you think this is my theory.It is not.I saw it on a vidieo tape produced by Dr.Kent Hovin. <"Hey what's goin on" as -200 degree "snow" is falling on them. Actually, they would be more likely to get scalded. As the water fell, it would be giving up a great deal of potential energy, which would be converted to heat. Absent a layer of cold air, it is unlikely that it would still consist of ice.> The "snow" is a byproduct of the comets.The ice is inspace (I gess) but still close enough to be drawn in bygravity.My assumsion would be that it would evaporatelong before becomming rain,saturate the atmosphere withmoisture and then rain...Yes comets are not very responsive to magnetic forces.And they they go reallyfast.Maybe one big one smaked into something going theother way (yes near impossible) broke up and fell on the poles.I dunno. I was throwing the theory (what I remember of it) outas a what if? So we could toss around ideas and speculate as to maybe, rather than, it does not agreewith what I believe.I have always thought "why not" andlooked from that direction.Some people get real mad when I do that.But it's my nature. Chris
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