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Looking through NASA's website, I came across an article that states...

 

"""This week researchers announced that a storm is coming--the most intense solar maximum...""

 

"""Like most experts in the field, Hathaway has confidence in the conveyor belt model and agrees with Dikpati that the next solar maximum should be a doozy."""

 

"""Dikpati's forecast puts Solar Max at 2012"""

 

Seems 2012 will be a very interesting year.

 

 

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There are several "events" that are to occur in 2012. The Mayan Calender just being one of those, marking the end of one cycle and the beginning of another.

 

There also will be a celestial alignment that is extremely rare, and it coincides with the solar flares.

 

There seems to be alot of energy placed upon the Earth during the year of 2012.

 

It is also an interesting coincidence that the Bible mentions that the 7 year period it speaks of will begin with an Earthquake "deep" within the Ocean. The Earthquake that caused the Indonesian Tsunami happens to have occurred just about 7 years before 2012.

 

2012 may slip by as every other year, but then, it may not. We will certainly find out, we dont have that long to wait.

 

 

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I'll be 48 in 2012. And my back is already feeling it! :D

 

Spent the day on Fraser Island yesterday... the world's largest sand island (with rainforests growing on it!). Imagine that! This evening I am in Rockhampton, for those who are following my journey (as if anyone cares). ;)

 

I figured if Creedo could get away with all sorts of off-topic mumbo jumbo, I ought to be able to as well!

 

Yes, I DO believe there are many changes we are heading for that will culimate in 2012.

 

The End of Ordinary Time?

 

RMT

 

 

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I do not really understand the fascination with the year 2012. So what if the Mayan Calender ends there? Do people expect that the Mayans should have continued to calculate the dates and times forever? I mean seriously they had to stop somewhere.

You might want to read-up on it a bit. It's not that the Mayan calendar "ends" there, but rather that this is where the largest cycle in the Mayan calendar (baktun) "turns over" in 2012. (Think of it like our calendar turning over on DEC 31st).

http://www.saxakali.com/historymam7.htm

 

Given how long ago the Mayans set up their calendar, and how good they were at astronomical observations, I find it interesting that their largest calendar cycle "turns over" at a very auspicious time in our technological development.

 

RMT

 

 

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I care. I can feel the void with your daily posts missing from the forums. Who said you could take vacation?

 

Hope you are making a fantastic time of it, and it seems as though you are a that! Good show, old man!

 

Going to vist a aboriginey shaman? That would be novel.

 

Take care and hope everything remains fun and exciting.

 

 

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me too.

See that! So there is another good area where we seem to agree, MEM. And I salute you for your interest in this area. I just wish I could get you to "open up" a bit and discuss your thoughts and feelings on these areas where we agree. It would seem to me that these are areas where there is much more "there" for us to explore than those areas where we think each other are idiots. :)

RMT

 

 

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in my opinion its just what that link says, end of a galactic year, i dont know what scinentists say but its logical to me the earth rotates arond its center, the moon revolves around the earth, the earth revolves around the sun, the sun must revolve around something, which obviously means the sun completes its rotation at that date, further more, the milky way must revolve around something and that thing revolve around something else, so on and so on

 

 

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I don't know if anyone else has noticed something that I have been witnessing lately. A coincidence, perhaps, but wanted to compare notes with the others here at TTI.

 

In the last two weeks, electronic equipment has been glitching. Nothing major, just minor little problems, but its seems more frequent.

 

Last week, I would guess that I had trouble at least three stores, and once at the bank. Nothing to do with me, but the electronic devices used for specific transactions.

 

Also, there seemed to be quite a few vehicles with the hoods up and jumper cables attached.

 

This week, same thing...was playing Halo on-line and the game started to lag...the other administrator ran a trace for the problem, and narrowed the trace to an AT&T piece of equipment ( I forgot exactly what he said it was ), but it was a major component for internet traffic.

 

This morning I went to the DMV, and they had a tech working on the computers they use for people taking drivers license tests. And then at the store, the register was down, and a repair guy was fixing that...so I ended up going to another store.

 

On the way home, saw two vehicles getting jumps from other vehicles...

 

So, this got me to wondering if this is the beginning of something in its initial stages, and if anyone else has noticed a higher frequency of these type of glitches?

 

 

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RNG's

 

I wish I could remember which site I was on, but I remember reading a few months ago about a trend in some random number generators that were being monitored world-wide and that many of them were increasingly generating some repeated strings of numbers. The rate of increase was calculated (roughly) to culminate around late September of 2012 where all of them would begin generate a repeated string at the same time. (not necessarily the same number).

 

Did anyone else catch that article? I think it was from a university, I remember it was something something dot "edu".

 

 

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