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Hi Dar:

What can you tell me about the near future? Here is what I see, please tell me how close I am to what happens.

With 8X the oil of Saudi Arabia in the Alberta Tar Sands, we will soon see Canada emerge as the major oil producer. It costs just about $13/b to convert each of the estimated 2.5 trillion barrels of recovereable oil from the Albertan tar sands. With the price of oil hitting $100/b in 2009 this represents over 200 trillion dollars in profits, now you can understand why big oil killed the electric car and went to war with the Middle East. An unstable Persian Gulf equals high oil prices and massive profits for petroleum producers and their minions.

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is not only the coin but the gold price of the coin ...

did you read the red letters...

and

This story explains why you own gold: not so much to make money

but to protect it.

Wondering:

September 19 2007 Scenario on the US:

Quoted from GLP

"Here's a WILD hyper-inflation scenario -- far worse, and happening

far faster, than I can imagine. But it is useful for personal

mind-stretching and scenario-izing. It is also darn funny.

----------------------

"Food riots break out in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San

Francisco, St. Louis, & New Orleans. In Cleveland & Chicago,

enraged mobs of housewives kill three Kroger store managers before

police riot squads & SWAT teams can clear the buildings. In other

cities, dazed shoppers are glad to find bread at $75 a loaf, but

few can afford hamburger at $119.50 a pound."

"Traders briefly panic when shots are fired in the gold pit at the

commodity exchange in Chicago, but calm quickly when they realise

the shots come from the few remaining short sellers committing

suicide."

"

END QUOTED from:

Hiperinflation:

it`s a seven day scenario, day by day alas 24 series...

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regards

http://www.spaceheroes.org/

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>is not only the coin but the gold price of the coin ...<

There is a direct inverse ratio between the price of gold and the stock market. Take any gold chart, flip it and reverse it and put it up against a stock market chart. It's been that way since 1933. The same also applies to the US deficit.

>did you read the red letters...<

You mean this:

>Due to the increasing market value of gold, the American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coins are temporarily unavailable while pricing for this option can be adjusted; therefore, no orders can be taken at this time. We expect products to be available with adjusted pricing on or after September 27, 2007.<

Yeah- gold is volatile, like the stock market.

>This story explains why you own gold: not so much to make money but to protect it.<

I own gold because I am a coin guy, I have always been a coin guy. To me, it simply makes sense to own gold. You want a conspiracy? Look up US gold bolds.

Gold is still readily available- eBay, coin shows, etc... but now is not the time to buy gold- I'd go with stocks until things settle down a bit. "But stocks are volatile". Exactly- get it now while everyone's panties are in a knot. Another thing I recommend right now is real estate simply because it's all volatile and the idiots have already left that market.

>"Here's a WILD hyper-inflation scenario -- far worse, and happening far faster, than I can imagine. But it is useful for personal mind-stretching and scenario-izing. It is also darn funny."

I do not believe there will be a recession or depression. If such a thing happens, that's the end of the dollar and bread and cars and street lights and civil order... the last thing on everyone's minds at that point is gold.

Are you going on record predicting a recession/depression/hyperinflation/whatever?

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You are right, Gold will soar. This is because the US dollar is dropping like a rock. Take a look at the Euro.

Today the price of oil is as of right now, $82.36/b. I predicted it would go over $80/b this year. The debunkers laughed and said "Peak oil is a hoax". Well, I also predicted that in 2009 gas will soar over $4/gal.

Question for Dar:

When does the war with Iran start?

http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/europe/09/17/france.iran.ap/index.html?iref=mpstoryview

I still remember when debunkers laughed at me for predicting this.

Now on to the election. I predicted in 2005 that Hillary would win in Nov 2008. The debunkers said she would not even run, later after she announced her campaign, they said that she would not win the nomination, that Obama would.

http://news.aol.com/elections-blog/2007/09/18/clinton-easy-winner-in-first-5-primaries/

Well, is there anybody that still disputes my prediction?

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Well, is there anybody that still disputes my prediction?

Well, yes, there is still some dispute. The DNC hasn't held its convention, therefore, no one has won the nomination for the Democrats.

Will Hillary win the nomination? Probably. From my perspective, that's the best scenario. Hillary vs. the Republican nominee will clearly define the issues at hand. As a 39 yr Ex-Democrat who saw what happened at the 1968 Democratic Party Convention in Chicago I can only hope that Hillary wins the nomination. The "folks" who held a planned riot, stormed into the convention and took over the DNC are still in charge.

So, what's your prediction for the future of the DNC's party?

And what's so illuminating about $4.00/gal for gasoline? Of course it will hit $4.00 at some time in the future (you've never specified a date or whewre this would occur). When you "predicted" $3.00/gallon it was already that price in the Seattle area and it had already been that price, at times, in California. Shooting fish in a rain barrel isn't all that difficult.

"Predicting" future gasoline prices isn't problematic if you have any clue about the futures market. Contracts are sold in 3-month blocks and the out limit is 4 quarters. Anyone can look at the gasoline futures contract market and "predict" what the price will be a year out, especially if they use round numbers like $3.00 or $4.00.

So, if you really have a handle on "the market", because you can mystically travel into the future, what will the average price for gasoline be in the Olypen during February of 2008? Not round dollars; the average price to the cent. I don't want to know what the price will be anywhere else. Just limit the price to the Seattle Metro area. February, 2008 - to the penny.

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Hi Dar:

Still waiting for your response.

To Darby:

Here is he process that I use. I RV the gasoline station that is near my house and draw the numbers that are on the sign. Due to different timelines, if I do three jumps to the exact same date in the future I will get three different price quotes. I then average the three prices and that is my target.

I am as accurate as I can be. However, here is an example. I give you a bushel of corn (60lbs approx) and ask you how much it weighs. When you say - 28 kilos. I say that you are wrong. the actual weight is 27,272.7 grams. If you cannot be accurate down to the last gram it does not count as a prediction. I am certain you can tell the difference between an object that weighs 20 kilos and one that weighs 30 kilos.

For example, I predicted that in 2007 Apple would break 100 and that in 2009 it would break 200. That is because all three prices were above 100 in 2007 so confidence was high on that number.

I also predicted that Google would break 600 in 2007. It is now above 550 and when it happens, you can claim that it was obvious. So, why did you not invest in Google?

For example, the dow went up a lot on a fed rate cut, but I stand by my prediction that it will drop below 10,000 sometime in 2009. Bernanke will go DOWn in history.

Here is why. The rate cut was like puting out a fire with gasoline because it caused dollar devaluation which in turn causes foreign investors to exit US equities markets (capital flight). The collapse of major banks will panic investors causing a steep drop in the DOW. However, the worst thing is the Iran War. Yes, back in 2001 I predicted that we would first attack Afghanistan, then invade Iraq and then later in a pincher movement invade iran.

This war means we will print many green pieces of paper. It takes place soon. I will not tell you the exact date. I do not want to harm our troops.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-eyuFBrWHs

Remember how I predicted the dramatic decline in housing prices a few years back? The laughter I said would soon turn to tears. Now, some real estate markets are forecasted to decline as much as 20% next year.

Here is another prediction. I predict that the olympics will take place in Beijing, China in 2008.

How valuable is it to know future events?

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Eric,

I'd like to see them too.

The problem with HdrKid's "predictions" is that they are shooting fish in a rain barrel. Of course the housing market is suffering a down turn. Markets can't go north infinitely. Markets move up only so long as there are buyers who are willing to pay the price and there are sellers who are willing to sell at that price. Eventually you hit a price where there are more sellers than buyers who are willing to pay the asking price. Sellers then adjust their price down until there are sufficient buyers willing to get back into that particular market. Long term upward movement is usually based on price increases that are steady and without big short-term jumps. In the current housing market too many people jumped at cut rate short term interest rates that had long term market rates that followed on a few years later. They really weren't qualified, financially, to take on the mortgage debt that they were granted by the lenders. They got whip sawed by having their long term rates kick in at the same time that the market was saturated with sellers. Their original plan to either sell or refinance at a lower rate before the market rate kicked in was thwarted by the market that they set in motion. That's simple economic theory and it does not require RV, time travel or the HDR to conclude that markets will do a 180 at some point.

I exited the markets three years ago because I could see what was coming down the pike - but I had no way of knowing when the shite would hit the brick. I turned to interest bearing vehicles and made good money with a minimum of risk.

Her predictions are pablum for the masses - and mostly harmless not to mention uselss. For the most part her thread invasions are basically, "But enough about me. How do you like me so far?"

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz........... Gag. A nine year old making predictions on the Internet about Apple's future market prices. Gimme a break. Please.

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Hi Mix:

I believe that the way to tell if someone is telling the truth about time travel is to compare what they report versus what happens. For example, if you tell me you have been to Paris and describe the City, I can go there and see if what you describe is accurate.

Personally, I was shocked by the number of recent non-european illegal immigrants living in the city. It does not look like the movies. These new arrivals provide fertile ground for radical muslim jihadists. I still remember a time traveller who stated that Eurabia was under Sharia law in the 2050's. Time will tell.

As for my predictions.

Dollar Devaluation

http://money.aol.com/news/articles/_a/dollar-tumbles-to-new-low-vs-the-euro/n20070921132809990028

Google over 600 in 2007

http://money.aol.com/news/articles/_a/googles-stock-price-soars-to-new-high/n20070921135509990001

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Mix,

regardless of whether darwin is hoax or not, a police state controlled by what is called the reicht is very plausible. So plausible that it could very well likely just be a contemporary prediction rather than a future.

The Bush administration back in 2003 or 2004 changed a specific part of the constitution by adding an a one liner to an amendment. The jist is that the president has the "right" and "authority", and power to more easily (under more circumstances) declare martial law over the land.

Later, another bill was introduced and passed which gave more "rights" to the military police enforcers, including taking any and all vehicles, ammo, food, gas, water, etc, that any civilian may have.

The most recent law passed in this line, was one that states that under martial law, all elections are postponed until further notice.

Thus, it may not be Bush, but at some point in the future, our executive branch of government is now set up to, under specific circumstances, declare martial law and stop the democratic election process cold. The executive branch would then control the military unchecked by a legislative or judicial branch of government and at the same time prevent democratic elections to replace, impeach, or otherwise oust the president.

Once this action is taken, it is almost certain that a ruling dictatorship will remain in place for many many years. ...which reminds me of a joke... Mike Tyson is in spelling bee and asked to spell and use the word "dictate" in a sentence. Mike says "d..i..c..t..a..t..e. How's my dic tate?"...

As far as calling it the "reicht". It seems logical, that after economic and communication lines break down (this could happen if the US power grid goes out for 2 weeks), and after martial law is declared and word gets around of clashes between hungry military and civilians, that the street name of the new government may be likened to Hitlers reicht.

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paladius,

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The Bush administration back in 2003 or 2004 changed a specific part of the constitution by adding an a one liner to an amendment.

Say what? Please show us the Article and Clause that was changed.

Neither the Executive nor the Legislative branch has authority to change anything in the Constitution. Congress can propose amendments and the States can call for a Constitutional Convention. But changes can only be made if 3/4ths of the States ratify the proposed amendments. Only the States, not the US government, can amend the Constitution. The Executive branch plays no part at all in amending the Constitution. See Article V for details.

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hmmmm... Darby, did you shall have a operarting time distortion unit to avoid the time quakes/Altervues on timeline 39?

Quoted:

'' Bush now has the ability to declare martial law at his own discretion, and in so doing dissolve the other branches of government, throw out the constitution, and suspend elections. He appropriated the right to do this largely by executive order. He can declare martial law whenever he deems there is sufficient cause; cause being an act of terrorism, an economic crisis, an act of war, civil unrest, or a natural catastrophe. For more information about the executive orders and legislation granting Bush these rights, please watch the short video at mountainsnetinel.com (What We Choose to Ignore), or visit the US Martial Law Timeline. ''

from:

In case of Martial Law, Break Glass...

Related:

Chertoff: We're Preparing for Nuclear Attack

and:

Iraq War About Time Machine Artifact

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Regards

If there is nothing there -why hide it?

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Paldius, are you referring to the Patriot Act, which gives our government the right to search our homes whenever they choose? And also gives the government the right to eavesdrop on our conversations? And also gives the President the right to declare martial law whenever he chooses? The Executive branch has no power. What happened to our Bill of Rights? No more comments on the subject.

I was curious about something. John Titor stated he came back to retrieve the IBM 5100, which is why he was chosen to go. He stated his grandfather helped build and work on the 5100.

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Catjammin, I think if you scraped the red,white and blue paint off GWB's supporters, who let him get away with what he pleases, you would find plain old monarchy loving European peasants who haven't changed that much in a thousand years. The Christians and the Muslims were fighting in Spain around the 12th century. The President, to the right wingers, is the King and the King is the law.

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Hi Cat:

John Titor predicted that fuel cells were a big deal in the future. I believe that prediction is coming true.

http://www.news.com/2300-11392_3-6203260.html?tag=ne.gall.rbcs

Wish Darwin Murphy had made more near term predictions like if he had told us stuff that would happen in 2008. This would help us determine if he is legit. Telling us about a Reich hundreds of years away is not much help. If he had given us a timeline of major events in 2009 we would have something.

For example, I predicted that not only would Hillary win in 2008, but that she would help pass major health care legislation. You should have seen the laughter from the debunkers. Now that Hill & Bill are talking health care again, there is a strange silence.

Still, politicians are figureheads. Hillary once sat on the board of Walmart, GOOGLE IT. She is nothing but a tool!

Basically we are now living in a quasimonarchic feudal government. It is close to being cryptofascist dictatorship run by big corporations, but the GM strike tells you that serfs hate the king.

I can tell you from doing astral time travel, that I have not seen anything like what Darwin describes. In fact, what I do see is that governments fall after the war and people get used to living without the oppressive taxes, like a Wild West without the sheriff.

I guess the closest I can come to is leaderless teams.

http://www.military.com/opinion/0,15202,114959,00.html

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She sat on the board of Walmart? I'm not surprised. Walmart is government and being prepared for FEMA type situations, if you know what I mean. It's a sad state of affairs. What's sad is our loss of self-sufficiency. The best advice any so called T.T.'er has given is "rely on your own means of survival".

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CatJ,

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Paldius, are you referring to the Patriot Act, which gives our government the right to search our homes whenever they choose? And also gives the government the right to eavesdrop on our conversations? And also gives the President the right to declare martial law whenever he chooses? The Executive branch has no power. What happened to our Bill of Rights? No more comments on the subject.

Now, the Patriot Act is a rather long document. But I actually have read it through in its entirety more than once.

Because you've commented on what it authorizes I'll assume that you too have read it in its entirety.

Unfortunately I seem to have missed the place(s) where it gives the government the authority to "search or homes whenever it chooses", "eavesdrop on our conversations" and "declare matrial law whenever he chooses". Can you show me where The Act gives the government that authority?

Thanks

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What is Section 215?

* Section 215 allows the FBI to order any person or entity to turn over "any tangible things," so long as the FBI "specif[ies]" that the order is "for an authorized investigation . . . to protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities."

* Section 215 vastly expands the FBI's power to spy on ordinary people living in the United States, including United States citizens and permanent residents.

o The FBI need not show probable cause, nor even reasonable grounds to believe, that the person whose records it seeks is engaged in criminal activity.

o The FBI need not have any suspicion that the subject of the investigation is a foreign power or agent of a foreign power.

o The FBI can investigate United States persons based in part on their exercise of First Amendment rights, and it can investigate non-United States persons based solely on their exercise of First Amendment rights.

+ For example, the FBI could spy on a person because they don't like the books she reads, or because they don't like the web sites she visits. They could spy on her because she wrote a letter to the editor that criticized government policy.

o Those served with Section 215 orders are prohibited from disclosing the fact to anyone else. Those who are the subjects of the surveillance are never notified that their privacy has been compromised.

+ If the government had been keeping track of what books a person had been reading, or what web sites she had been visiting, the person would never know.

Is Section 215 Constitutional?

* Normally, the government cannot effect a search without obtaining a warrant and showing probable cause to believe that the person has committed or will commit a crime. Section 215 violates the Fourth Amendment by allowing the government to effect Fourth Amendment searches without a warrant and without showing probable cause.

o The violation of the Fourth Amendment is made more egregious by the fact that Section 215 might be used to obtain information about the exercise of First Amendment rights. For example, the FBI could invoke Section 215 to require a library to produce records showing who had borrowed a particular book or to produce records showing who had visited a particular web site.

o Section 215 might also be used to obtain material that implicates privacy interests other than those protected by the First Amendment. For example, the FBI could use Section 215 to obtain medical records.

* The provision violates the First Amendment by prohibiting those served with Section 215 orders from disclosing that fact to others, even where there is no real need for secrecy.

* The provision violates the First Amendment by effectively authorizing the FBI to investigate U.S. persons, including American citizens, based in part on their exercise of First Amendment activity, and by authorizing the FBI to investigate non-U.S. persons based solely on their exercise of First Amendment activity.

* The provision violates the Fourth and Fifth Amendments by failing to require that those who are the subject of Section 215 orders be told that their privacy has been compromised.

Doesn't the government need these powers?

* The government already has the authority to prosecute anyone whom it has probable cause to believe has committed or is planning to commit a crime. It also has the authority to engage in surveillance of anyone whom it has probable cause to believe is a foreign power or spy - whether or not the person is suspected of any crime.

* Section 215 takes away a great deal of our liberty and privacy but isn't likely to get us any security in return.

o There's a real possibility that setting the FBI loose on the American public will have a profound chilling effect on public discourse. If people think that their conversations and their e-mails are their reading habits are being monitored, people will inevitably feel less comfortable saying what they think, especially if what they think is not what the government wants them to think.

Is the FBI abusing its powers?

* Attorney General Ashcroft has gone to great lengths to keep secret even the most basic information about the FBI's spying. For example, in answering questions posed by the House Judiciary Committee, he classified information that should not have been classified, including information that would have shown how often the FBI is spying on people based on their exercise of First Amendment rights.

* The little information that we do have suggests that the FBI is abusing its powers.

o For example, a survey conducted by the University of Illinois suggested that, by December 2001, the FBI had already approached 85 out of some 1500 libraries.

* The ACLU obtained some information about the FBI's use of Section 215 through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. More information about our FOIA request and related litigation can be found at http://www.aclu.org/Privacy/Privacy.cfm?ID=11048&c=130 .

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