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End of the world as we know it.

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posted on Feb, 10 2018 @ 12:01 PM

originally posted by: apdjbs1
a reply to: schuyler
Demonstrating how you were first told about it?

However, this talk about "rocks for brains", "absurd" , "click this link for demo" etc would cause a bit of misdirection if someone was to click the topic and go straight to the end of discussion to quickly "get to the bottom of it".

Life is tough when you're held accountable. Ther's no room here for "varied opinions." It's very basic science. Giving any credence at all to a flat-earth mentality is a disservice to rational thought.

posted on Feb, 10 2018 @ 09:40 PM
a reply to: schuyler

Life is tough enough as it is, even without **tinder** flaming on the suspected "witch". (Note: [snipped] are twigs bound together as fuel)

No need to call people "rocks for brains" for calling things into question of which they may not yet have had the answer already gifted to them as it was gifted to you, lest you anchor yourself deep in the waters of intolerance.

edit on 10-2-2018 by apdjbs1 because: I for an eye leaves us all blind, mad, and frothing at the mouth like rabid dogs but my spell checker has a wicked sense of humor thinking it's going to take out my eye just because I don't always accept it's suggestions.

edit on Sun Feb 11 2018 by DontTreadOnMe because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 03:56 AM
a reply to: apdjbs1

A few things to consider.. There are several articles (or used to be) about the length of a day on earth only being 21+ hours way back when.. Which means, if true, the earth was spinning faster..

On today's earth, it is calculated there is around 4 BILLION tons of space dust that falls to earth every year.. 4 Billion tons X 100 million years is a big number. So.... the mass of the earth was less way back when; not to mention space junk was much more prevalent as the solar system was newer ... the moon was closer also; as it orbit gets further away by around a half an inch every year...... One half inch time 100 million years is also a big number ... due to the moon's tidal forces on earth (slower spinning) plus the increase in mass due to all the falling space junk our planet is not the same today as it was way back when..

T-rex and many other mega fauna would have a very hard time on today's earth due to the mass and gravity not to mention the oxygen content of our atmosphere is but a sorry fraction of what it once was.. One of the reasons big big bugs could survive and thrive plus all the other stuff..

All this is just stuff off the top of my head so sorry no links but someone who cares can probably find some links if interested..?

posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 07:04 AM
a reply to: 727Sky

It's 5 to 300 metric tons per day, or 1,825 to 109,500 metric tons per year. Not 4 billion.

Getting a handle on how much cosmic dust hits the Earth

So how much is that in longer terms? You mentioned dinos, who disappear 65,000,000 years ago, so we'll go with that number.

Again, the amount that ends up on the Earth varies, but in the interest of Doom Porn, let's go with the higher numbers!

109500 * 65000000 = 7,117,500,000,000 or 7.117 trillion tons.

OMG! That's a lot, right?

Well, yes a no. It's a lot compared to us humans, and even dinos....but compared to the Earth's mass?

Earth's mass = 5.972 × 10^24 kg or 5,972,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg.....or

5,972,000,000,000,000,000,000 tons (that's worded as sextillion)

So 7.117 trillion tons is a drop in the bucket. Even if you increase the amount of time to 100 million years, it will still be a drop in the bucket.

ETA - in other words: it does not increase the Earth's mass enough to make you, me, or the dinos notice the difference in gravity, because the increase in mass is quite small.
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posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 10:15 AM
a reply to: 727Sky

Yes, you're on the right track not being married to the textbook. There will be those that thump their books while preaching out things you've already heard, but that's ok. The next enlightenment age is here and those books will get rewritten, as they have so many times in the past.

The internet is bloated with "debunked!" videos which have zero content of anything meaningful actually being debunked. "If you can't blind them with brilliance then baffle them with bs". It's a real pile, especially with pyramids, ancient Roman Catholics, aliens, etc.

Heh..aliens. If "alien ufo" ever crashed here it would have been because some early Earthling sent out a satelite that orbited the Sun for a billion years waiting for the next evolution of intelligence to form and then came down upon detecting a signal unwittingly given out by something we did. Or more likely we would have to go get it and haphazardly land it here.
I absolutely doubt we received anything from past Earthlings and most certainly no contact with interstellar faster than light traveling aliens.

Most likely soviet satelites (or even our own spy satellites) could have crashed down and a cover story would be needed while harvesting the data.

In other instances like the "Phoenix Lights" there was a "mock" trial happening around that time in regards to something similar to the Great Firewall of China being implemented here. Something was deemed unconstitutional. I don't remember the rest or how it all played out but the media was plastered with the UFO stories. Probably almost as much as when mkultra was exposed and then mysteriously the alien "WOW signal" was heard and whisked away the headlines. I found you can translate the signal to: fequ J.S. That's the initials of the prosecutor. The death of celebrity happening within hours of that event looked suspicious, but those that claimed such would be gravely mocked. The bewildering death of the author of Operation Overflight probably raised headlines but not suspicions during that month of turmoil.

Anhow all that was long ago and probably not happening today. So anyway, to get back on responding to your post I see some numbers that are probably going to be hard to substantiate. I'm not sure how many millions of years we can detect in the ice, but I bet not enough to be able to see each and every billion ton splash of ice molecules that came down from the upper atmosphere.

Numbers can easily be moved around. You can say Earth has not gained mass and possibly be correct if it was the case in which:
Earth had rings around it (or a far much bigger atmosphere) and you consider it as part of Earth's mass. Then the atmosphere (or outer rings) condensed and dropped. Mass below you adds to gravity pulling you down. See, then you could say, no extra mass, thus no overall extra gravity. But gravity is relative to location and sea level is deep within the shell of the atmosphere.

Still though, I suspect much more mass has been gained from cosmic debris and it fluctuates greatly. We can't stick a bucket outside for a day and claim with certainty we know the average amount of yearly rainfall.

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posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 12:11 PM

So I'm coming up to three years of observations now. Take it from someone who knows, Planet X and friends will be passing soon. Avoid coasts, fault lines, karst zones etc etc. things are progressing immensely now.

Weather providing, my original anomaly at two oclock is visible every night (in the predicted position). She's red (we know that) can be very low on the horizon still (so get as high as you can, with a fully clear view of the positions mentioned below) so have your back to the sun is what you want. Sun is 12 o'clock position. Concentrate from the 5-10 o'clock positions.

Here's the research:
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posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 12:17 PM
a reply to: EndOfDays77

All of these random pictures mean absolutely nothing, no matter how much you want them to, and all the "matrixing" and attempting to pull out images out of pictures wont change that
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posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 02:02 PM
a reply to: SailorJerry

Unfortunately it's too late for me to edit my post and put on the bottom of it to watch for the detractors whom will surely get to work. Mods already locked his thread long ago otherwise I would have responded on such obvious distraction by posting on it a redirect back to here thus thwarting his efforts of distraction.

posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 02:44 PM

originally posted by: EndOfDays77

So I'm coming up to three years of observations now. Take it from someone who knows, Planet X and friends will be passing soon. Avoid coasts, fault lines, karst zones etc etc. things are progressing immensely now.

Can you be more specific about what “soon” means?

This is too serious of a subject to use such an imprecise word.

posted on Feb, 11 2018 @ 05:34 PM
a reply to: Box of Rain

His "soon" has been pretty much all the time for the last 3 years of his clouds photo peddling.

posted on Feb, 13 2018 @ 03:25 PM
Ignoring the junk PlanetX post above I instead started pondering about the question I started with on how soon until shtf.

I don't think anyone can give a date of any certainty of any particular event. However, it seems within reason that when the general public realizes that the Earth continues to accumulate mass then THAT is the time the "end of the world as we know it" will occur.

And this is why:
People will question everything they've been told. People will lose trust in leaders and faith further tarnished.
People will lose hope. Many will stop saving for the future because they'll just expect (rightly over wrongly)that things are much worse than they are being told.

These things will set in motion a state of panic.
It doesn't take every person, just a small percentage to change everything, and the world as you know it will be forever changed.

Here is a supporting quote on what I've been saying, although rather indirectly:

“If the 0.27 millimeters per year of sea-level rise attributed to Antarctica in the IPCC report is not really coming from Antarctica, there must be some other contribution to sea-level rise that is not accounted for.”

There is an ocean of data and controversy surrounding each opinion on the climate. My theory is the only one that makes sense to me. It explains why there is so much contradictions and carelessness of certain major problems - because there is this much bigger picture in consideration.

Certainly I'm not the only one to see this. That is why I claim this year, this very year, 2018, for better or worse, will become the year of enlightenment.

There, I've said it.

Let the winds of distractors swirl as they may, let this message fall on deaf ears, let those that listen become prepared for whatever may come and whenever it may come. 2018, right now, is the beginning of the enlightenment.

Live happily as if I'm wrong, prepare as if I'm right.

edit on 13-2-2018 by apdjbs1 because: (no reason given)

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