I asked you about your suggestion of an object disturbing the position of the sun. Have you abandoned that idea?<quoted text>
It hasn't been shown (in theory)that it's possible for an object to penetrate 'deep' into the sun (as I hypothetically proposed)and survive due to the heat that would burn it up once the object passed the corona. It use to be thought it was impossible for an object to get through the corona without being burnt up. The comet Lovely proved that thought incorrect. So the new thought has regressed to the chromosphere and or photosphere where an object would surely be burnt up.
The majority of writings on Lovejoy indicated that the comet was LIKELY to be destroyed. It was never a certainty. Given that the corona is not a perfect sphere and constantly changing plus the uncertainty of the exact composition of the comet, it seems reasonable to conclude its destruction was likely though not certain.
I know your not fond of that word 'reasonable'.