posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 05:37 PM
Originally posted by Privy_Princess
reply to post by MrWendal
I agree. Still, it doesn't hurt to mentally prepare yourselves that something may happen. I don't think anybody wants to go through a shock like
That's what so terrible about acts of terrorism. It affects ALL of us badly, even if just indirectly.
Compare this to a weather forecast. If the meteorologist says it might rain, it might or it might not. But you'll still bring your umbrella with you
just in case.
On this we are in total agreement. However it is one thing to inform people and try to mentally prepare them for a possible future outcome, it is
another thing to attach a date and say "such and such may happen on this date". Why not Sept 10th? April 3rd? Or 2009? You say you want people to be
prepared, but what about every day prior to 09/11/2012... it is just as possible on any date prior to the prediction date as it is on the prediction
date. That is what I have an issue with.
fact is we dont know WHEN something will happen, but there are plenty of people who believe something will happen. We just dont know when. By
attaching a date, you make a prediction. Just like Sylvia Brown, or any other pyshic. Fact is most psyhics are wrong. Silvia Brown has been so far off
base that she is out of the ball park. So if something does not happen on the day you claim it will, it disqualifies your message and in this case,
the message is worth hearing.