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Interesting character in my ER has me spooked

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posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:10 AM

I'm not replying to cast judgment, but to follow up on your comment which everyone else seems to be ignoring - "take note of the field of physics". Physics is something I pay very close attention to.

There is a rather unique event happening this year in the field of physics - the CERN Large Hadron Collider is about to become active.

They are injecting the first two hadron beams this month. Some skeptics say this will cause a localized black hole ( while other experts say no way (

Can you confirm or deny that your comment had anything to do with CERN LHC?

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:12 AM
I think its something to do with a pole shift... its happened before I have read... everything seems to have a cycle.. perhaps "they" are using Global Warming as a cover and whatever is happening is happening now... just playing it down.. and will come to a climax in the near future.. I believe its something to do with pole shift... very interesting story though! and maybe war to come...

thanks for the post BoulderMD

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:15 AM
Darn it!

You really had me on the edge of my seat. Thats until I got to the part about not telling what the predictions are ....

Then it was a case of Oh noes, not again

If that was me, and it really did happen, but I didn't want to tell everyone the predictions, I would at very least PM a site Mod and tell him.

That way the Mod can verify you are legit, and save yourself from being called a hoaxer.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:19 AM

Originally posted by q_ball
I really doubt that this patient could have just walked off as you so put 'against medical advice'.....what about disconnecting the drip? what about the bandages on his face? What type of Scalp Lac?

I agree with everything you have said, except this last bit. Drips are not hard to disconnect, and the nurse will usually do it on demand. And unless the hospital had a case regarding the patient's mental health (not responsible etc..) they do have to release you when you demand it and sign forms stating you realize you are leaving against medical advice.

To keep a patient against their will is considered kidnapping and is illegal. If they say the magic words, against medical advice, they can walk out.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:24 AM

Originally posted by sos37

I'm not replying to cast judgment, but to follow up on your comment which everyone else seems to be ignoring - "take note of the field of physics". Physics is something I pay very close attention to.

There is a rather unique event happening this year in the field of physics - the CERN Large Hadron Collider is about to become active.

They are injecting the first two hadron beams this month. Some skeptics say this will cause a localized black hole while other experts say no way

I am new to this site.. but I really like reading other ppl's comments to the threads.. learn something knew every time I check the page out it seems!

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:30 AM

Originally posted by DevolutionEvolvd
reply to post by kdial1

Or....Perhaps he is sleeping......? Just a thought.

ER doctors work several hours a week in a high stress environment. Many shifts are over 12 hours long. So maybe he's just a little tired. After all, it was almost midnight when he first posted.......Give the guy a chance to reply.

He was on 19 minutes ago.....

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:33 AM
reply to post by ToolFanMael

I know what you mean. I thought before I came here that I was a well-versed UFO enthusiast. Turns out I didn't know nearly as much as I thought I did. Some of the things posted here are pretty fantastic and others are, well, a little too fantastic.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:37 AM
...the problem with posting predictions is (if this is genuine), that the very awareness of a prediction can change the events, by which people will cry "didnt come true!".

So posting the predictions may prevent them from coming true and be of assistance. A funny paradox leading to the preventer of a prediction being called a hoaxer later on.

In the end probably nothing much will come from this thread and evidence for the possibility be again left to personal experience that is difficult to convey to others.

From countless field studies done by psy-researchers it would also seem that events of the near future are much easier to predict than events from farther on due to the confluent nature of time-streams.

[edit on 4-6-2008 by Skyfloating]

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:41 AM
reply to post by Skyfloating

So from what you are saying, are we to assume that no matter what this is going down as a hoax? Then why ins't this thread tagged with a HOAX title? Seems like this person, wether telling the truth or not WILL NOT be posting the predictions, so it's a total waste of time to read it. Tag the thread or close it. Seems logical to me.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:43 AM
reply to post by Cowgirlstraitup7

well, I just posted my personal opinion on the nature of time in relation to predictions.

Whether or not its tagged is left up to the site owners (see administrations-edit in the opening post).

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:43 AM
reply to post by _Phoenix_

I completey concur w/you on this Phoenix. I also know when I first found ATS I was afraid to tell all that transpired for the simple fact it was from my experience and the experience of my ex but the "sci-fi in my back yard" was difficult to reduce to writing and I sooooooo longed to talk to someone and ATS was my answer.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:48 AM
reply to post by Evasius

When I first began posting it was "cryptic" in style from fear of telling my story and time after time members said "spit it out Musselwhite what is it you are saying." I do undestand to some degree.......I wanted "someone" to draw the same conclusion as I. Does that make sense?

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:50 AM
reply to post by kdial1

Yeah, I didn't think to check that.

I'm still giving him the benefit of the doubt.

I actually thought that by referring to physics, he meant that informing us of the predictions could possibly negate them, as skyfloating mentioned. Although, the LHC point is interesting to say the least.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:54 AM
ive viewed these forums for a few years but never posted. anyways... the term "hot" you refer to is interesting. while I was on my way to a skating ring with my two best friends and my dad driving, I was thinking random things from being hungry to playing the arcade games they had. I just got tired of thinking while looking into a void and was just sitting in place silent. just sitting there in my comfy seat... "you will break your wrist" and then i felt cold however the air condition was getting to me. I did not think anything of this and maybe a thought...example: you know like sometimes if you see an animal or something and think... wow its pretty and the colors are really nice. this is the kind of thought i was thinking and blew it off. later after we got there we were playing kewl arcade games and later put skates on. then me and my friends went out onto the skating ring and proceeded breaking in my new skates. it started to get pretty crowded then as i was casually skating i heard something like 5 minutes then clear the ring... probably to clean it or something. so as people were leaving my skates and feet got locked into two other peoples legs and i was thrown back and my wrist broke my fall but it well...cracked in half. so i go back into the carpet area and no one seems to notice because it was so crowded and so now im like help... I wasnt in pain becuase all i felt was pressure in my wrist. so i sit down and a worker notices that my holding my wrist and so i just wait there. later on the bump gets bigger and then my whole body feels cold and tingly and could harldy walk anymore because i felt like i had a cold fever..sorta like your going to pass out. i go to the emergency room etc.. you know the rest lol.

my point here is that my body told me what was going to happen and i blew it off. the voice freaked me out after this whole thing and the feeling i felt before was the same feeling i had just before I was about to faint. i have never skated since that day. I have also had other episodes of this type. but now usually i have an intense pain back and just works its way up. for example.. im taking a test in college and then my mind just becomes cloudy and random thoughts of anger came into my head... 15 or so min. later the fire alarm went off and the test was cut short (keep in mind these were entrance exams..i was doing so good then i lost my train of thought so i got pissed off after i found out i had to retake it...).

anyhow i just put this in the back of my head and live my normal life day by day. i try to keep a blank mind and focus on daily tasks to keep me going.

something that really freaked me out though happened 4 days ago. as i was laying on my bed very stressed out because of the day i had and just tired of life in general. I was looking up and lying on my back and was in and out of sleeping. hours go by and im now sleep then in the middle of night (not quite sure what time it was) I just open my eyes veeery sleepily and senses came to me and realize i cannot move except my right hand only elbow and down, even so i could barely move it and was SOO HARD to move it. I have had episodes like this before and was really pissed off that i couldnt move. i tried with all my force and crept my hand to my sternum area. then i figure if its a ghost which i dont get scared for sh*t.. i proceed to put "the bird" my middle finger out and in my head if anything was listening i also proceeded to say f'you and then after i did that the most intese sensation of pain and heat filled my body and couldn't move my hand anymore. i lay on my bed silently and close my eyes. the next thing i remember is being in the same position with daylight peaking out of my window. i dont remember anything bewtween that time and the time i was aware of my surroundings. i know for a fact that i was not asleep but yet i dont remember. keep in mind i know what sleep paralysis is my mother has it and grandmother.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:56 AM
I also just checked and it says he was on here 42 minutes ago.

I would have thought he would have posted something on this thread when he was here even if nothing other then, I'm busy can't talk now will write later.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:57 AM

POSITION TITLE: Boulder Community Hospital: Senior Financial Analyst
SUPERVISOR: Manager of Patient Safety Analysis and Budget

There is an expectation that you will observe all BCH ENCORE! values and the Code of Ethics, and that you will embrace the philosophy and mission for patient centered care. In an effort to promote teamwork, your job responsibilities are flexible and may include more or less than is shown here. NALYST%20BCH.doc

So maybe it's not in the mission statement, but it's apparently important to them.

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 11:00 AM
I told my mom that i had this condition and she said i had sleep paralysis and she said she has it then she asks me if i see black balls or globs and sometimes black people or something like that in my sleep and only sometimes i see these dark spots in my vision. i think me and my family are freaks

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 11:04 AM
reply to post by q_ball

No one has yet to call to the Sheriff’s office about the accident happening Saturday?

Or call the community hospitals and ask about the mission statement?

Google cannot solve everything. Seeing how "not so modern like" Boulder Co’s local news paper, and Government webpage’s are, I doubt you will find anything up to date at all online, traffic or other (compaired to a larger city).

If you need proof of my own validity you can easily figure out which hospital I'm referring to and simply call and ask them whether or not we use "Encore Values" as part of our mission statement. That should at least go some distance in giving me a smattering of credibility

Here are all the numbers, is any one up to making the calls?

I would do this my self, but would have to wait till I'm off work.

[edit on 6/4/08 by Cyprex]

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 11:13 AM

Originally posted by Skyfloating
that the very awareness of a prediction can change the events, by which people will cry "didnt come true!".

Does the volume of awareness change the equation at all? Does it make any difference if one or many are aware of the prediction? If your statement has any validity, the pragmatist in me says, by all means....if the prediction is of a cataclysmic event....shout it from the mountains.

Further, I wonder what happens to the semantics of the word "prediction" if what is "predicted" becomes, by nature of awareness, no longer an awareness of future events?

posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 11:15 AM
reply to post by zteak6

thats just coincidence dude . out of anything that could happen or has happened to others while ice skating are limited and breaking your wrist is way up on the top of the list . how many others had that exact same thought just before ice skating and didn't have it happen to them or even did happen to them ???? don't berden yourself with coincident or you'll throw yourself into a mental paralization and won't be able to step outside the front door of your house in fear of your doomsday thoughts coming to fruition . learn to overcome your fears and have a little mind control . you obviously have alot of growing up to do and by following your mothers and grandmothers footsteps you'll end up as one of the mentally weak and we " the taxpayers " will have to take care of you for the rest of your life .

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