BTW ison was supose to pass the earth at a distance of 40 million miles. However, since it has broken up, it has been spreading wider and wider. It went from a bulet to a shot gun blast. If it continues to spread the same way it has over the last few days, its entirely possible we may run into some of it. Not that its anywhere near as big a deal as this guy is trying to make it. But it isnt like he is swinging in the dark here. But then you already expressed your hate, while fully admiting you know nothing about the subject. Wait, why should we care what you think about it?
The particles that made up ISON are still under the rules of physics as was the intact comet. Why should they spread out? What forces will allow them to drift? We are 92M miles from the Sun If particles are to hit us they must drift 40M miles from the original trajectory. That would require a large force to provide it with that new trajectory. What is going to do that?