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And I wonder what "the Mayans" have to say about the 2012 hokum ?

 

--- " I came back from England last year and, man, they had me fed up with this stuff,' said Apolinario Chile Pixtun, a Mayan elder , speaking to Discovery News. He's determined that the perceived end of the Mayan Longcount Calendar on December 21 2012 and the Armageddon it will seemingly herald is firmly a creation of western imagination, and has no rooting in Mayan beliefs.

 

And from others intimate with the Mayan culture...

 

--- "For the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle," says Sandra Noble, executive director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies in Crystal River, Fla. To render Dec. 21, 2012, as a doomsday or moment of cosmic shifting, she says, is "a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in."

 

--- " University of Florida anthropologist Susan Gillespie says the 2012 phenomenon comes "from media and from other people making use of the Maya past to fulfill agendas that are really their own."

 

--- " The modern Mayans, who live in the drought-stricken Yucatan peninsula, couldn't really care either way about the theory according to Jose Huchim [ note: that's Huchim, not Hokum ] , a Yucatan Mayan archaeologist. They've got much more pressing issues on their minds.

 

--- 'If I went to some Mayan-speaking communities and asked people what is going to happen in 2012, they wouldn't have any idea,' he said. 'That the world is going to end? They wouldn't believe you. We have real concerns these days, like rain.

 

--- Archaeologist Guillermo Bernal of Mexico's National Autonomous University notes there are inscriptions at Mayan sites for dates far beyond 2012 — including one that roughly translates into the year 4772.

 

--- Quoting a few commentaries by Rich Deem ( The Real 2012 Prophecy: Mayans, Nostradamus, and Planet X, Oh My! ) :

 

" Since everybody else is making 2012 predictions, I thought I would throw mine into the mix. And here it is... The 2012 disasters are such good violence and mayhem that they would make the ultimate disaster movie. Hey, somebody needs to make a lot of money by taking from the (ignorant) interested people. Authors will write books and studios will make movies and the con artists will make lots of money - just like the good old days of Y2K.

 

Yes, there will be earthquakes, volcanoes, floods and droughts in 2012, just as there are in every year. My 2012 prediction is that scammers will make a lot of money off (gullible) astute people. If you need to waste your money find more information on 2012, please click the junk resources below [ listed in provided link to webpage of Rich Deem ]. Now, if I could only figure out how to use that Parmesan Chicken with Pasta Rags recipe from my GE newsletter in my new GE Dishwasher. "

 

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And thats what I have to say about that... :P

 

 

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Yes, and which stubborn head prevails over the other stubborn head?

 

Where is the Saving Grace in any of that?

 

The reason for the Doom are the stubborn heads and once again, the Ying and Yang, the Sith or Jedi Knights, the we must control the world in our opinion, or the you won't control the world in your opinion.

 

It is like God and the Devil. And where was the love in any of it in the end since:

 

Humans are on this Planet in this Universe. The Universe May Not Be Enough!

 

If any spacealiens came here, they probably think it was all insane and crazy perhaps in the end, and end it all for us.

 

And how do we really know that we are not mutants from a spacealien race from another Planet million of years ago in the Past?

 

Well, what? We simply do not know, but need to control the future. Are you sure your Leaders know what they are doing? They insist on making more money for theirselves in the first place now, and the rest is - you are secondary, and in the dumps if you do not agree with them.

 

Christians won over the Roman Empire after a couple of hundread years, and yes, many died, and a new type civilization took hold from the remains of the old empires. Everyone of them, gone, buried in the dust of time.

 

Ya, right we need to get along with which stubborn head?

 

There has to be something else, humans can not be that bored, except some wish to bring it into reality.

 

The Pope at Christmas Mass had some very good things to say, perhaps you saw it, perhaps you did not. Perhaps I will even remember it, if I think about it for awhile.

 

And again it is taken into the political realm because I guess only they decided that you need a Leader. I am not so sure of which stubborn head that I want for a Leader. Surely, the President of Iran thinks he should be the Leader of the World, I guess.

 

Stay tuned, it is your life they consume in the process of the delusions that may come or go out of humans.

 

 

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The reason I do not remember the good words from the Pope is that I probably will remember, although it was late at night and well, I could think about was how decked out the Vatican was. I remember seeing how Russian Churches were (because of their government), small rooms with pews and walls that looked as if they were never painted in the last 40 years with veriable a small altar that was a ghetto type poor looking (although no graffitti) room to hold a church service in. Compare that to the Vatican, and there is no comparison. The early Christians met in caves, and really where has this world gone with religion and any of it.

 

Certainly the Muslims must have a different idea, and is Paris burning again? (recent news that muslim women will wear nothing on their heads while in France).

 

?? is all I say, when stubborn heads may not realize what it is that they really do. Oh, the Vatican is different, because all them ignore all the babbles and beads of gold and 14th century wood statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary holding the Christ child, and the manger and all the decked out display put on for Christmas that needs to be start setting up at the first of November.

 

I do wonder what God really thinks about it all, or what the Devil thinks about it all.

 

Oh, I know, I won't change anything, or only a little bit with a different sort of view, but really, whom does God think is more religious in the end?

 

Well, all I see is a religon of war going on for the part of it, and since I spilled my coffee, I have to go, and really did not have all that much to say again.

 

 

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And the unstable woman who knocked down the Pope as he was walking with the procession starting down the aisle at the beginning of the Vatican's Christmas Mass led away by security services there with that very large crowd there.

 

The cutest thing there was the small children and the sister (or young lady) who grabbed the younger around 4 year old boy walking out of line ahead of them (all of them were part of a line going to the manger or something like that. She yanked him right behind her, and that was that. He was not really fussing though, and neither was she.

 

 

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I do wonder what God really thinks about it all, or what the Devil thinks about it all.

God wouldn't be God, if he didn't know what the Devil thinks. There's something of a paradox in religion.....in God sending one part of himself, to rescue us from the Devil who is basically ( must by definition be ) another part of himself.

 

But then...no more strange than something being a wave and a particle at the same time.

 

 

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The Aliens would probably be more objective and scientific about our future on earth than we are and probably would have the upper hand on knowing what our future is here since they have better technology.

 

What would god and the devil think? If there is a god he would have to exist at all places of time and space at the same time to be as great as he is suppose to be. He would already know our beginning and end so his thoughts would be consistent from the beginning of time as we know it to the end of time as we know it.

 

The future is a game of chance. You play the odds. If you know the future then you must be cheating somehow. That would be time travel of course. No one here really believes in that.

 

 

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To Timecrime

 

History books shall be written about our time. The ancient ruins will inspire poems. What can I say, what is coming is epic.

 

To TimeNot_0:

 

The next pope is suppose to be our last according to prophecy - we will see.

 

To Twighlight:

 

Are you talking about the same GOD that flooded the earth and burnt the city of Sodom to the ground?

 

To Cobalt_Silvyan:

 

Mayans still live in mexico. Ask them. I have. In fact, I did visit Chichen Itza.

 

To KerrTexas:

 

I was buying gold when it was $400/oz and debunkers were telling me it would drop to 200. Well, it did not. This month it went over $1200/oz. Those people who listen to me in 2005 sold their property and bought gold are doing great.

 

To trojan:

 

The one item I produce is food. I live on a farm. Yet, I would gladly take golden metal in trade for golden grain.

 

To rain:

 

When there is no food in grocery. What then? An event I have predicted since 2004. OK now you have people telling you the system will fail. AND fail it will.

 

To Darby:

 

OK using remote viewing what I have seen makes movie "Book of Eli" seem like a joy ride.

 

http://kotaku.com/5322719/the-book-of-eli---is-this-a-fallout-movie

 

Still even without WWIII things are going to get bad.

 

What are people telling me?

 

1) There are no jobs, I'm about to lose my house soon.

 

2) Can't find nothing for more than $12/hr.

 

3) I'm not selling, things are real slow now.

 

AND, what do debunkers say "Everything is fine, there is plenty of work out there, people who don't have jobs are lazy, you're a nut case!"

 

End of US economy

 

http://money.cnn.com/video/fortune/2009/12/09/f_cs_pimco_us.fortune/

 

What to expect for the dollar

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPY7S6ipvRo

Electricity without wires

 

http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2009/smallbusiness/0911/gallery.next_little_thing_2010.smb/index.html

 

HDRKID predicted that in the future there would be wireless electricity. He said he saw no wall outlets for power.

 

Flying cars are real.

 

http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2009/smallbusiness/0911/gallery.flying_cars/index.html

 

Of course dumber than dirt debunkers claim flying cars are impossible, otherwise the sky would be full of flying cars.

 

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TimeCrisis,

 

Uh, The Kid is a great source of information. He was "buying gold when it was $400/oz" he says. That would have been between January 2004 and September of 2005 (give or take - it hit $500 in late 2005) - The Kid's Junior and Senior years in High School.

 

During that time what did The Kid actually say about what he was doing with his money? From Paranormalis:

 

05-09-2005

 

hdrkid

 

Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2004

 

Posts: 365

 

Re: HDRKID

 

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Hi Starlord:

 

Yes, there are certain risks in any new technology, but I feel that it is well worth the effort. True people can astral time travel without an Steven Gibbs HDR, but people can also dive without Jacques Cousteau's Aqualung.

 

The argument that people get the bends will not stop people from diving -- they are happy to see the undersea world in all its splendor.

 

Case in point, I got my driver's license this month and plan to buy a car this summer, eventhough I know that cars are dangerous and I can die in an accident.

 

07-08-2005

 

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hdrkid

 

Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2004

 

Posts: 365

 

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To All:

 

I finally got a summer job, but I will still try to answer your questions. This means more money for experiments. I start on Monday.

More money for, not gold, but to buy a car and continue his experiments with the HDR.

 

But in 2004, when gold was $400/oz what did The Kid predict for the price of gold in 2026? $1,000/oz? $2,000/oz $4,000/oz? Nope. Not even close. Here's what he said to Frog:

 

hdrkid 09-25-2004 08:42 PM

 

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HDRKid

 

Hi Frog:

 

3. What kind of war in the near or further future be like? please explain or describe!

 

People where living on farms. John Titor talks about TV over internet, but I did not see that. What I saw was people working hard just to survive. Planting crops and trying to eke out a living. There were still some small towns with maybe 100 people. Cities were full of diseases, nobody went there. You were paid in items like gold coins, bags of food, gasoline, yes there was still gasoline in 2026, but it was very expensive, about 1/10 of an ounce of gold for a gallon equivalent to about $50/gallon. Food was SUPER EXPENSIVE!

Gasoline was $50.00/gal and cost 1/10 .oz gold. That's $500/oz in 2026.

 

Bottom line here is that when you read all of his posts from that time (when gold was around $400/oz) he didn't have money to buy a car let alone gold or pay his own way to Europe ("Swiss" - a different story). His parents were buying everything for him. Nothing unusual there considering that he really was just a "kid". The only issue is that he tends to blow smoke up the trouser legs of the more impressionable people that listen to his advice.

 

Caveat emptor

 

 

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To All:

 

Happy new year. I predict that in the next decade gold goes to $2000/oz, and gas over $3/gal next year.

 

To Darby:

 

Instead of trying to ridicule me you should prepare.

 

Perhaps on some timelines the United States of America sells gasoline for $50/gallon in 2026. However, on most it does not exist, the victim of a terrible war. Remote viewers will concur.

 

What can we say - life is very binary, you are either number one or a zero.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZA0qNsf4m0

Dollar death is real. I am not the only one saying.

 

http://www.deathofthedollar2010.blogspot.com/

 

Debunkers claim that unless I post my address and phone, nobody knows who I am. That is not the case. I have people call me an threaten me.

 

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2009/09/your-secrets-live-online-in-databases-of-ruin.ars

 

If you think I am pessimistic, well what can we say. just got done talking to a major bullion buyer. He says gold will soon hit $3000. World economy is a total fright - mare and then some. He sees horrendous hyperinflation, complete collapse of the world financial system, and our economic recession worsening.

 

I believe China will move to gold and away from the dollar as things get worse. Other nations will follow as they grab metal and dump paper. It will be a major currency crisis.

 

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And humans are suppose to have "Free Will" which changes all the "Doom" into perhaps "Warnings" but then, which stubborn head prevails?

 

The next Pope could be a Saint, and even the Saints said that it could change, if humans actually were to "Think".

 

(better than becoming a fascist thinking that if you go to Church you will be Saved, or humans looking to another human to be Saved, when it is suppose to be Jesus Christ.)

 

Let's fact it, Apophis may not hit the Planet in such and such a year, but still the Russians are considering moving it somehow with some rocket or something.

 

But there are many such objects that have not been found yet, and yet, people try and focus other people are only one or two things and demand it like ClimateGate and all of that.

 

Well, the only way humans do anything is still the same ol' way, you make your own future, hopefully, if the dullards do not cloud of the scene with their continual doom-days messages.

 

Of course to them they don't think that way, so really where was God in any of it? Out to Lunch like some of these other people are? Gone, God has left the Area, and only humans with no thought are here now?

 

The actually "Grow a Brain" is just as important for them, and still they claim to be - time travellers for the most part.

 

Now, new reseacth indicates that CO2 levels have not increased in 160 years.

 

Between Heaven and Hell, and still now the Catholic Church and other Churches now have Priests and Ministers in Hell now, and well, that is Hell!

 

(no bodies down there to fool with, and no money, and nothing else but what they seem to know - Preaching - and which way, and either way it just seems to be more Hell.)

 

What's the need then perhaps as they see to go to Heaven?

 

Everthing is fine in Heaven, so where is the Need?

 

Decisions, and then there are humans on this Planet in this Universe, and spacetime sickness is not an option!

 

Whoa, whoa, wheeeeeeeeee, wheeeeeeee!

 

Off we are into the Wild Blue Yonder, forever!

 

:)

 

 

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Perhaps on some timelines the United States of America sells gasoline for $50/gallon in 2026. However, on most it does not exist, the victim of a terrible war. Remote viewers will concur.

Riiiight! When all else fails after someone quotes you verbatim in a situation clearly contradicting yourself, fall back on the ol' "it was another timeline" gag. Cute.

 

So when you gave that advice to Adam (Frog) back then you didn't think it necessary to tell him that it had nothing to do with his future? It was just some other universe?

 

 

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This is just a general posting announcement!

 

DoomsDay Clock Announcement:

 

http://www.thebulletin.org/

 

http://www.turnbacktheclock.org./

 

A live-streaming event Jan. 14, 2010 A.D. Year of the Lord 10:00AM EST (3:00 PM GMT-Greenwich Mean Time - England)

 

(theme from Jaws movie comes to mind right now)

 

The Clock-Hand Will Be Moved

 

 

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Last time the Doomday Clock Minute Hand was Moved was back in January 2007, when it moved from 7 to 5 minutes until Midnight (DOOM).

 

http://www.thebulletin.org/content/media-center/announcements/2010/01/08/hands-of-the-doomsday-clock-to-be-moved-new-york-city-

 

Includes Climate Change, Weapons Stock-pile Shifts, and Nuclear Proliferation as in article link given.

 

 

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Last time the Doomday Clock Minute Hand was Moved was back in January 2007, when it moved from 7 to 5 minutes until Midnight (DOOM).

Which says a lot more about the people who control the clock than the clock itself.

 

If one sees doom in their future then they will see doom. Set the clock to one microsecond before "doom" and one microsecond later the world doesn't end just adjust the clock. As I said, it says a lot more about the people who set the clock than it does about the clock iteslf.

 

 

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Perhaps the scientists want a parallel world-line to live in, or else more funding from the politics. But then maybe that depends also on whether it is ClimateGate scientists, or Atomic scientists, or whatever scientist it is including the quantum world, recent announcements of the "Golden Ratio found in Quantum World" or the newest one of proving through a crystal experiment of something or other about 248 dimensions and E8 string theory by something or other.

 

 

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Perhaps the scientists want a parallel world-line to live in, or else more funding from the politics.

Bingo. The "global warming scare", which is currently unraveling, was nothing more than an attempt for scientists to hold their hands out to politicians. And when politicians need money to supply to their favorite ideological fleecing mechanism, you know where it comes from! :mad:

 

RMT

 

 

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The death of the US dollar is certain. What I want is for people to survive what is coming.

There's a thing called history Kid, and it seems to repeat itself. Our world leaders do what they feel is best for their own nation, and through out history, even if in hind sight it were ultimately the wrong decision, most leaders have done the same. The last time I checked, I don't buy a gallon of milk with a Lydian Trite, so I'm sure most people will be just fine with what ever ends up replacing the dollar. It will just be a pain in the butt for a few years.

 

Happy new year. I predict that in the next decade gold goes to $2000/oz, and gas over $3/gal next year.

Yeah, I predict in Nov. 2012 the US has a new president, and I agree about 3+ gas this year. It's kind of easy to predict things when they seem to be obvious?

 

Perhaps on some timelines the United States of America sells gasoline for $50/gallon in 2026. However, on most it does not exist, the victim of a terrible war. Remote viewers will concur

I don't know, when I was remote viewing this weekend there wasen't really anything on except for the playoff games. After that I just turned the tv off.

 

 

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To Timecrime:

 

The russians have the right idea and will try to prevent Apophis from hitting earth. Already, US shows typical debunker ostrich response. Sooner or later our luck will run out.

 

Time in perspective

 

An hour is 1,200 seconds

 

a million seconds is 12 days

 

a billion seconds is 35 years

 

a trillion seconds in 35,000 years

 

There were Neanderthals back then.

 

OK here are more figures for you. The US now has less than 10 million factory workers, and approx two million farms. The average farmer makes less than $50,000/year and is over 50 years of age. Few young people are moving in.

 

http://www.epa.gov/oecaagct/ag101/demographics.html

 

Where I live many former farms are empty, with weeds overgrown.

 

People of riches will be reduced to rags. In an instant vast fortunes will be gone.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/6962632/America-slides-deeper-into-depression-as-Wall-Street-revels.html

 

To Twighlight

 

My predictions make sense. Back in 1929 you could buy a new car for $500 and gold was approx $20 an ounce. That means a car was selling for 25 gold one ounce coins. OK if you took those 25 gold coins in 2009 and sold them you could get approx $1000 each so a grand total of $25,000 and you can still get a new car.

 

Silver is the same. Back in 1964 when the silver in a quarter was worth 25 cents, and a gallon of gasoline was selling for a quarter. This year, you can sell that very same 1964 quarter silver coin at the rare coins dealer for approx $3 and buy a gallon of gas. I know that last year in Feb 2009 I was paying $1.39 a gallon and back in August 2008 I was paying $4.39 per gallon for a gasoline, but three dollars is an average. Therefore it is a case that the dollar has gone down, not silver and gold up.

 

2004 5.4%

 

2005 20%

 

2006 23%

 

2007 31%

 

2008 5.6%

 

2009 26.6%

 

Taken from http://www.goldprice.org/

 

To Trojan:

 

The problem with astral time travel and remote viewing is that what you are viewing is probabalistic space. What you see is an alternate time line close to our own. It is not exactly the same. That means not all predictions will occur.

 

To Darby:

 

All you do is make stuff up. For example, you said I was an old lady, I was married, I was crazy, etc.

 

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lol, I was actually being sarcastic Kid. I do not believe in remote viewing. I do not believe it is possible to for see the future. My future has not been written yet. Of course Darby will tell me this is an opinion, which is also true. :) I do believe if a person is very sensitive and in touch with their body and mind, or even spirit if you will, that it may be possible to have a premonition about something, but not in the sense of fortune telling. We are all energy sources and sometimes something just might not feel right about an individual and you may pick up on that, but that's it. As far as predicting what that person may do you can only guess and read their actions. It's not a matter of "knowing" the future, it's simply using common sense.

 

The Russians have the right idea and will try to prevent Apophis from hitting earth. Already, US shows typical debunker ostrich response. Sooner or later our luck will run out.

I think the reason for the debunker response is because statically it will be very unlikely to happen. Could it happen? Of course it could, but plates which have been sitting on top of each other for millions of years could move tonight and cause Yellowstone park to erupt tomorrow and wipe out half the United States. Of course sooner or later our luck will run out, it's the nature of time it self, and if you wait long enough it will happen, at least once. I could predict the sun will explode, and if I were around in a few billion years I would probably be proven right. Just look at the earth, it is full of indentions from past impacts from space, so it will more than likely happen again at some point.

 

The thing I fail to understand about our species is our fascination with doom. There will be floods, there will be famine, there will be war, and people will die. This is and always has been the way of life on earth among most all living creatures. Why not try and live the most enjoyable life you can, and stop wasting your time with things you have no control over. Dying is not about how you die, but about how you lived.

 

 

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To HDRKID:

 

This thread is not about you. Any more of your attempts to make it about you, or your RVing, or your HDR, or your lame predictions and the hammer will come down.

 

You have been given your own thread in the Fan Fiction section. That is where your "RV predictions" belong. Please confine them to that forum. Otherwise talk about the topic at hand here.

 

RMT

 

 

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TimeNot,

 

See Ray's comment.

 

Whatever "time" the people who set the Dooms Day clock to is a matter of relative time. Six minutes minutes, days or centuries before Dooms Day - it's obviously not the same time scale that we use on a daily basis. Otherwise the "clock", set at 6 minutes before the end of all things that we know about the world would have run out long before I responded to your post.

 

They invented The Bomb. It's a bit late for them to lament their creation.

 

 

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To Timecrime:

 

The russians have the right idea and will try to prevent Apophis from hitting earth. Already, US shows typical debunker ostrich response. Sooner or later our luck will run out.

 

Time in perspective

 

An hour is 1,200 seconds

 

a million seconds is 12 days

 

a billion seconds is 35 years

 

a trillion seconds in 35,000 years

 

There were Neanderthals back then.

 

OK here are more figures for you. The US now has less than 10 million factory workers, and approx two million farms. The average farmer makes less than $50,000/year and is over 50 years of age. Few young people are moving in.

 

http://www.epa.gov/oecaagct/ag101/demographics.html

 

Where I live many former farms are empty, with weeds overgrown.

 

People of riches will be reduced to rags. In an instant vast fortunes will be gone.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/6962632/America-slides-deeper-into-depression-as-Wall-Street-revels.html

 

To Twighlight

 

My predictions make sense. Back in 1929 you could buy a new car for $500 and gold was approx $20 an ounce. That means a car was selling for 25 gold one ounce coins. OK if you took those 25 gold coins in 2009 and sold them you could get approx $1000 each so a grand total of $25,000 and you can still get a new car.

 

Silver is the same. Back in 1964 when the silver in a quarter was worth 25 cents, and a gallon of gasoline was selling for a quarter. This year, you can sell that very same 1964 quarter silver coin at the rare coins dealer for approx $3 and buy a gallon of gas. I know that last year in Feb 2009 I was paying $1.39 a gallon and back in August 2008 I was paying $4.39 per gallon for a gasoline, but three dollars is an average. Therefore it is a case that the dollar has gone down, not silver and gold up.

 

2004 5.4%

 

2005 20%

 

2006 23%

 

2007 31%

 

2008 5.6%

 

2009 26.6%

 

Taken from http://www.goldprice.org/

 

To Trojan:

 

The problem with astral time travel and remote viewing is that what you are viewing is probabalistic space. What you see is an alternate time line close to our own. It is not exactly the same. That means not all predictions will occur.

 

To Darby:

 

All you do is make stuff up. For example, you said I was an old lady, I was married, I was crazy, etc.

Hdrkid:

 

The Russians are doing what they always do. Try to be prepared as they can in the space race. By doing that they try to have the most experience and the best minds they can on their budget.

 

The USA is going downhill fast. In fact the government knows more than the people do. The USA has screwed up in its economy. Japan lost world War II but they got us back by becoming competitive in world economics. They beat us at our own game. China has learned from Japans fine example as China is Japans arch enemy. China is now set to become the most dominate country in the world after watching and observing both Japan and America. China does not make its policy lightly. A lot of thinking and studying goes into what they do. America in the next century will go from a country of riches to a country of rags. Its national debt will continue to inflate and will eat it alive and its military will age and rust as the Russian military has. That is how I see the future.

 

 

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Re: Earth's Crisis

 

Darby,

 

They invented The Bomb. It's a bit late for them to lament their creation.

Have you seen the political hype statements by these "atomic scientists" that went with their doomsday clock re-setting? It makes me sick, and it is yet one more factor to show that scientists are increasingly allow their political beliefs and feelings to interfere with their science:

 

Doomsday Clock Moves Away From Midnight By Only One Minute

 

""By shifting the hand back from midnight by only one additional minute, we emphasize how much needs to be accomplished, while at the same time recognizing signs of collaboration among the United States, Russia, the European Union, India, China, Brazil, and others on nuclear security and on climate stabilization," the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said in a statement. "

 

Amazing how political thought processes can blind you to facts you would rather not deal with, eh? First, the fact that they have "snuck-in" climate change into the "equation" for how they set their clock (when originally it was ONLY supposed to represent the probability of nuclear annihilation). That is bad enough, but then to look at the facts about BOTH the nuclear and climate change issues they had to ignore in their decision:

 

1) The existing (and growing) hard, factual evidence that is already falsifying the whole "anthropogenic global warming" scam. Yet they go right ahead and jump on the political (not scientific!) bandwagon.

 

2) The clear and present danger posed by radical and dictatorial regimes like North Korea and Iran moving to possess nuclear warfare technology. It is quite telling that neither of these countries figured AT ALL in their statement or their clock-resetting decision! For them to think that the political platitudes being bandied about to "reduce nuclear weapons" is actually meaningful until the hard numbers show some effect, is just sickening.

 

And, of course, they had to jump on the "praise and hail Obama as peacemaker" bandwagon that the Nobels started... even though he has done nothing to promote peace since taking office.

 

Sick, sick, sick.

 

RMT

 

 

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