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A few years ago, NASA senior space scientist David Morrison debunked an apocalyptic claim as a hoax
“It’s simply fake news that a lot of Christians believe the world will end on September 23,” Stetzer wrote.
“Yet, it is still a reminder that we need to think critically about all the news.”
He took issue with a Fox News story with a headline that appears to give credence to the doomsday claim
— and was published in the Science section under the label “Planets.”
originally posted by: scraedtosleep
originally posted by: stormcell
To me, this seems to be related to the earthquake in China, then Mexico city and now offshore from Japan
This thread needs some meat on it's bones.
What do you think the connection is?
Why those three earthquakes and not the other dozen or so that have happened recently?
Why now? Japan has had a bunch of small earthquakes like this since fuku happened.
There were 5 quakes over 6.0 all were forecast by this guy who gives 7 day windows for the quakes.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: stormcell
Funny how we never even hear about Fukushima anymore - aren't there 300 tons of radioactive water flowing into the Pacific daily because of that mess?
Wondering if this will worsen that situation....