Re Skelton, 6-4 2:36 PM: "They could have predicted the return of auroras." To the extent that these are coupled with the sunspot cycle, possibly. But auroras are not visible in the area in question -- it is too far south.
"an ancient culture ... after seeing a massive comet in 1006BC and and then at 1BC couldn't make a prediction for 1006AD and 2012AD?" Correct. No one in those days could keep records that long -- and identifying the comet as a repeating phenomenon would not be possible.
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