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Pete,

 

Way back in 2005 The Kid already said that right about now 6 billion of us will be dead from Bird Brain Flu. Of course, The Kid also is a True Titor Believer...which means that another 3 billion of us are going to die in Titor's Nuclear War in about 18 months. Now you're predicting Piggly Wiggly Flu and starvation are going to kill...how many of us are going to die from Piggly Wiggly Flu/Starvation?

 

So far the Fruitbats have about 10 billion out of 6 billion people assuming room temperature all at one time...and somehow, once again according to The Kid, 200,000 worldwide survive. What, you plan to kill me three times, or is it four, to make the numbers all come out right?

Who said time travelers are good at math? It isn't like math is required to time travel right?
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Who said time travelers are good at math? It isn't like math is required to time travel right?

Riiiiight. ;)

'Course I'm still wondering how the Fruitbats plan to kill all 10 billion of we 6 billion folks over the course of the next 18 months...and still have 200,000 left over.

 

I, for one, know my Geneva Rights: They can kill me; but they can't eat me nor can they raise me from the dead for the sole purpose of killing me again to increase the body count in order to get it up to 10 billion.

 

These rights were explained to me by Goo-ooo-ROO the Great and Wonderful, by His Grace, Lord Emperor of Bern, Geveva and all of Swiss; Adversary of He Who Has a Pact With Satan; keeper of the Geneva Convention, Amen.

 

 

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Who said time travelers are good at math? It isn't like math is required to time travel right?

Well it might not be required to travel but it is required if you want to make others believe you can time travel because you will have to show how it works to prove it. Just ask Professor RMT. He is the resident engineer and math teacher here. But of course if you can tell a good enough story or do some fancy tricks then you can make people believe. This is a fictional forum that profits from adertisments so if you can impress others with your words then you can start a lot of conversations here and maybe get your name on the front of this forum. Anyway good luck to you.
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I figured out what they are going to do! They are going to kill a bunch of people, wait 9 months for a billion more babies to be born, kill the babies, and repeat until quota is achieved.

 

Or maybe....

 

I know what is the ingredient to Soylent Green!!

That sounds just like what China is doing now. They kill people (Shoot them in the head) and kill babies (babie limit laws.)

If you look at China's population now and look at how the population would normally grow if it was left along and look at how many babies China has to kill to get its population to shrink that is a lot of babies. Plus they execute a lot of so called enemies of the state which are actually citizens of China. With the crime in the USA and imigration gone crazy I think we could learn a lesson or two from China.

 

 

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Stukov,,

 

I know what is the ingredient to Soylent Green!!

It's Lizards. Soylent Green is made out of Lizards. They're making our food out of Lizards. Next thing they'll be breeding them like Clams for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them!

Hmmm...below post deleted (double post).

 

 

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Actually Soylent Green is made from people. People that aren't really people. You see the reptilians are among us, they look human but they are not. They are lizards underneath. The whole soylent green thing are gray aliens trying to kill fake people that are really reptilians. It makes so much sense now! And Disney Corp....well they just like eating babies.

 

We have throughly discovered the master plan! And without one bit of time travel needed.

 

Or so we think. Dun dun dun.

 

 

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Actually Soylent Green is made from people. People that aren't really people.

I am hoping (praying, actually) that we are not going to hear Barbara Streisand breaking into song here any moment! :)

 

We have throughly discovered the master plan! And without one bit of time travel needed.

Intelligent people don't need to time travel. Those who believe in time travel are being occupied by this fantasy for a reason... "the handlers" want it that way! ;)

RMT

 

 

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Re: running short of warm bodies for catastrophe scenario's:

 

I think I know the solution to this. It was in a movie I saw that starred Vincent Price. Can't remember the title, but it involved "the living dead." Yes, you heard me right... the living dead are the answer. You can kill them over and over and they just keep coming back.They take a lickin' and keep on tickin'.

 

The Vincent Price movie has always given me a chuckle because Price plays a survivor, and the dead keep causing him additional work. They pick his driveway to fall down in when the sun comes up, as an example. Every morning he has to go out and drag the bodies to the side before he can get his car out. He spends his free time at his lathe turning out stakes to drive through their hearts, and grumbling to himself about what a nuisance the living dead are causing him. But there's just too many of them. They're everywhere --and they know that he is alive ( o_O )So they just keep lumbering to his house, moaning.

 

Yes, the living dead will supply an endless demand for warm bodies(although I suppose they are really cold bodies). You have to take what you get.

 

The beautiful part about this is that after all the catastrophes, you still have billions of people left to send to hell at the Last Judgement.

 

 

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"Last Man on Earth" 1964. Charlton Heston reprised it in 1971- "Omega Man". In 2007 Will Smith did it once again as "I am Legend".

I am Legend. I loved that movie. I also watched a current release lately of what would happen if man disappeared from the earth. In I am legend it appears if they got it right. Within a few years the earth was reclaiming the cities. And, it looks like people went back to building fortifications to protect themselves. Much as they really would do if civilization yet again collapsed. It has happen once already. When Rome fell that set the world back technology wise. Not that the Roman army did not destroy a lot of libraries with a lot of knowledge because they did and burned the scrolls in their fires. History tells a tell of what man is really like if it is correctly studied. And, it shows what is possible in the future. The thing that is true about the future is that it can be un-predictable and things can change so much not only in a short period of time but over the long run too. In the span of 100 to 200 years life on earth will be much different that it is now. At least what ever life will still exist because that too can always change as I just read this early morning that North Korea tested another nuclear weapon. And currently for every car that burns 1 gallon of gas 5 pounds of Co2 is being dumbed into the biosphere of the earth. How many cars are out there? Well there is 6 billion people on the planet and a lot of them drive cars so do the math. Everyone have a good day. Im sleeping in today. Yeah!
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Hi Peter_Novak:

 

OK you say 100 days before the end of life as we know it, but I talk to farmers and they have plenty of fuel, plenty of grain, and I do not see a massive drought causing food to disappear this year.

 

So what could cause the supermarkets to be empty.

 

1) Ed Dames says that a virulent wheat-killing disease called black wheat stem rust fungus Ug99 (Puccinia graminis) could destroy crops across the globe.

 

2) Hackers could smash the power grid and bring down our society.

 

3) A war in the Middle East could stop the flow of oil.

 

Here is a scenario that would make all I saw come true. North Korea could sell terrorists a nuke and they could do a high burst causing a massive EMP. This would fry all our "non-hardened" electronics, so you have the dark city, the empty highways, the abandoned "ghost towns", smashed out grocery stores, etc. :)

 

 

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The world as it is, in your current day as I post this on the 14th of June 2007, will no longer be sustainable. I do apologize for the inconvenience, please consider a more sustainable balance for your futures. Global economic imbalances must be corrected, Cultural imbalances must be corrected. This due course of events will happen as I have stated previously.

Lyndon LaRouche said much the same thing on July 25, 2007, just six weeks later.

http://www.larouchepub.com/lar/2007/webcasts/3430july25_opener.html

 

 

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This hypothetical holds no merit.

 

So, we're all in debt to Henry Ford for bread?

 

C'mon.

 

Sorry to the international visitors to the site, but I'll focus on N. America.

 

In some 'sort' of worst case scenerio, all the jobless would just have to go work on a farm.

 

They did it for a long long time.

 

I don't think we're in any danger in the next century of running out of dirt or seeds.

 

Not enough land? Bull.

 

Take a look at Canada for an example. If you ignore major urban centers (not long ago it was approximated that 3/4's of Canada's population was found between Windsor & Ottawa), there's a whole lot of 'rugged land' to be found everywhere else.

 

With 'global warming' in that regard, there's that much more lol.

 

The States has a lot bigger pop. but that's when you only look at certain areas.

 

Senseless to ramble on about this really. Too many facts to choose from.

 

I think they are dancing with facts that stay away from the only real way to cast doom, and gloom.

 

Nuclear exchanges. If that's what you're getting at, say it, otherwise running out of oil for major food production is weak.

 

I just saw a retiring Officer eat his sponge cake from his Vietnam war rations that he saved. His comment? 'Still moist' lol.

 

These proponents of 'the wheel ceases to function' have gotten most of their facts from Michael Moore. Whom gets his facts from where he picks and chooses for a political end.

 

 

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Actually, the seed is a big issue. I live in a farming community and it's what my granparents did their whole lives. Used to be farmers saved seed from year to year, but because of genetically modifying pretty much everything these days, they can't do that any more. We have created these fantastic hybrid seeds that are resistant to disease and bugs, but guiess what? They don't reproduce, so the farmers have to buy seed every year now. Also, there is very little known about the effect of foods produced with these seeds on our bodies. One theory says perhaps all the infertility problems today come from eating foods that turn off reproduction genes.

 

Not that I am buying into this gloom and doom scenario. Just thought you would like to know the truth about our foodchain. We really should be outlawing genetically modified foods, along with tons of other social problems! I wish it was a LOL matter, but it's not.

 

 

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The world as it is, in your current day as I post this on the 14th of June

 

2007, will no longer be sustainable. I do apologize for the

 

inconvenience, please consider a more sustainable balance for your

 

futures. Global economic imbalances must be corrected, Cultural

 

imbalances must be corrected. This due course of events will happen

 

as I have stated previously. In your current time the course of

 

events of which I speak is set in stone and will not change. You will

 

hear words like "Civil War" and "Massacre in Palestine", The Middle

 

East will erupt in chaos and all out war. It starts and then stops,

 

then starts up again, this is a continuous struggle which has gone on

 

for years and will come to a very abrupt end.

Looks like it is starting now. In Tunesia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen...
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TimeLord,

 

But aren't Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia in Africa, not the Middle East?

Square pegs, round holes - round pegs, square holes. What's an entire continent among time travelers? It's only 2800 miles from Tunisia to Iran - you know, about three times farther than it is from France (900 miles) and twice as far as England (1200 miles), both of which are also in the Middle East. And Libia is a lot closer to Iran. It's only 2100 miles. ;)

Hmmm...slight correction. I was just informed that France and England are in Europe, not the Middle East. Sorry about that.

 

 

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