posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 02:45 AM
I'm jumping on the 'test for something else' bandwagon.
Really, evacuate the entire state of connecticut?
I mean, when you evacuate florida, highways jam and people know "North" or "not-grounded Plane-to-elsewhere".
In Connecticut though? It'd be chaos. "South! West! NORTH! East! *East gets smacked* DOWN-no, UP!"
- Really, I'm pretty sure that this isn't a female computer-voice thing that says "What state would you like to evacuate today?" When you type
This is the kind of thing that a team of 20-30 people get a team of 2-3 people to make, and send to about 10 different stations where around 5 people
will likely see it before it is aired.
If that many people, or even some far less complex number, say, along the lines of two people are hitting the same wrong button, then something
While I doubt it's the revelation of alien contact (Though, honestly, that would be welcomed quite nicely by some of us) - I think it could very well
be a preparation to see either what happens if the government ever needs to go that far, or, just, to see how far they can push it before people start
If this gets by, they're in the clear. If the popular media goes on relatively unnoticing and if there isn't a major inquiry as to how a state
can be accidentally evacuated- then this is it folks. They've passed the barriers they need to, and they can just freely do whatever they
If you can accidentally evacuate a state, you can at any time cordon off sections of cities. I mean, major government events do it all the time,
If you can accidentally evacuate a state, you can force everyone out of a town until further notice, and tell them it's a matter of national security
they keep quiet, so you have to hold them, and you can legally detain them all as possible suspected terrorists in the threat perceived towards the
I'm not saying it will happen - just that the door's been unlocking for a number of years, and something like this is just enough to get it
Either we're being readied for something, or the government and media is in a far, FAR worse state than ANYONE could ever have imagined - either way,
we're boned, and we've got to ask, "what next?".
[edit on 2-2-2005 by Viendin]