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Of course they aren't prophecies. Prophecies are revelations from God.
Originally posted by SRTkid86
reply to post by NOTurTypical
I am familiar with the Georgia Guidestones. but that doesn't mean that they are prophecies to things that will happen in the future
i don't understand how you people live your lives, constantly in fear that you elected officials are trying to kill off the entire world. must be a very dark and scary existence.
Originally posted by NOTurTypical
Originally posted by umbracode
reply to post by NOTurTypical
hahhaha the bibble is justa "copy/paste" made by jewsih who copied everything from other civilization like the sumerian,assirians,and babilonian.
Omg in 2008 there's still someone believing in "bibble"
That's why th world is colapsing.
LOL, silly man, Satan founded those cultures in the beginning of time. He also knew what would happen at the end.
It's obvious they are similar, their "father" knew these events to. the difference between everything else in the world and the Word of God is whom you are required to serve.
I don't doubt for a minute that these ancient pagan societies had stories similar to those in the Bible, their father was Satan.
Originally posted by SRTkid86
i never said that, the OP of the post i replied to made a false statement about Russia having more nukes (as if it really matters) which is not true because of the 12k we have in service we are able to deliver about 6k of them, and i believe that russia has about 16k, and can deliver like 3k of them.
Analysts are particularly concerned about stockpiles of material that in 1998 totaled 1,200 tons of uranium and 200 tons of plutonium, whereas a device only requires 15 kg. They acknowledge that all of the known losses involved minimal material.34
Asymmetries There is tremendous asymmetry between US and Russian nuclear materials and warhead production infrastructures. Russia has a large, functional infrastructure with extensive redundancies. It is maintaining this complex, despite high financial cost. There are multiple plants in Russia-four of which are major plants the size of the US Pantex facility-that can produce thousands of warheads per year. This includes n ot only facilities for manufacturing fissile materials components and other weapo ns parts, but also facilities for final assembly. In short, Russia has a functioning ca pability that would allow it to rapidly reconstitute a nuclear force in a break-out scenario. By comparison, the United States has no facilities or infrastructure t o manufacture many key materials and components for weapons. For example, there present ly is no US facility for producing plutonium pits. The US plan is to begin pit produc tion at Los Alamos National Laboratory by 03, but the capability will only about pits per year compared to the Russian capacity of thousands per year. The US objective is to maintain the enduring stockpile, thus it will not have the capacity to undertake l arge-scale production
russia is nothing, they are beating their chests, puffing up like a puffer fish, they want to seem bigger and badder then they are.
their economy almost collapsed a few years ago, and they are JUST now getting money to start pouring into the military, we have been doing it non-stop since the 1940's...
Development of the RT-2PM was approved on July 19, 1977 and carried out by the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology headed by A. D. Nadiradze. Flight tests were conducted on the Plesetsk test site from February through December 1985. The main problem that had to be overcome during this period was the development of battle management system. After the first test series was successfully conducted in April 1985, with the first regiment with Topol missiles put on alert in July 1985. Throughout this time work continued on improving the battle management system. The first regiment of "Topol" missiles employing a modernized mobile command center (in area the of Irkutsk) were put on alert on May 27, 1988. The test missile firings were finally completed in December 1987.
At the time of the signing of the START I Treaty in 1991 the Soviet Union had deployed some 288 Topol missiles. Deployment continued, and at the end of 1996 a total of 360 Topol missiles were deployed.
The Topol missile was deployed at previously developed deployment sites. After the INF Treaty was signed in 1987 several SS-20 deployment sites were adapted to launch the SS-25 Topol missiles. The United States expressed specific concerns during the INF treaty negotiations. When the SS-25 missile system was deployed in the field, with its missile inside the canister and mounted on the launcher, the US contended that the canister might conceal an SS-20 missile. This was of concern because unlike the single warhead of the SS-25, the SS-20 carried up to 3 warheads. A resolution was reached after the Soviet Union agreed to allow inspection parties to use radiation detection systems to measure fast neutron intensity flux emanating from the launch canister. A launch canister with a missile inside containing a single warhead, such as the SS-25, emitted a different pattern of fast neutrons than did one with a missile having three warheads, such as the SS-20.
i never said it was ok to pick a fight with Russia, but if they want to go toe to toe with the worlds only hyper power, then i say give them just enough rope to hang themselves with.
Translated into layman's terms, when the President determines a national emergency has occurred, the President can declare to the office of the presidency powers usually assumed by dictators to direct any and all government and business activities until the emergency is declared over.
Originally posted by Stu2112
I was wondering when the good old "Prophesies" would enter this thread,seems every thread on ats these days has something to do with prophesies.
IMO i believe this is just Russia making idle threats because they were heavily criticised about Georgia and not pulling their troops out.
We may well be heading for a return to the days of the cold war and even if that happens there will just be the usual stand offs and taunting between the US and Russia.
Nobody is gonna start throwing nukes at anyone yet.
[edit on 21-8-2008 by Stu2112]