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Comets are supposedly diverted from the reservoir by the influence of passing stars.
The question is whether or not enough comets will be supplied by this mechanism to agree with observations.
Paul Joss, in the above cited reference, calculates "no," by a factor of 40,000. H Delsemme ("Origin of Short-Period Comets," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 7-381, December, 1973) calculates that the answer is "yes." Edger Everhart (University of Denver), who has reviewed both calulations and has contributed his own theories ("Evaluation of Long- and Short-periord Orbits," Comets, edited by Laurel L.
Wilkening, University of Arizona Press, 1982), the answer is unknown.
Paul Joss, of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, gives a value of 70 as an average.
It contains Bob Bales's opening statement, Chris Stassen's rebuttal, and Bob Bales's closing remarks.Also, since there has been controversy on the net, unless otherwise indicated, all references and quotes are taken from works which I have personally examined.Any conclusions not specifically quoted are my own and may not agree with those who supply the facts on which I base them.He gives the likely source for these particles to be comets, since we know that comets can create meteors.This sounds plausible, but there are a few difficulties.