reply to post by ArMaP
The links to the weather predictions which were part of the August ALTA run from the web bot were posted back on page 23. Since, you apparently
can't find them I'll give you the key info right here so you can't miss it this time...
From page 23...
"December 10th through the 15th of January are especially active with combinations of problems including the [earthquake] already forecast for
that period in the 32/thirty-two to 36/thirty-six degrees of latitude band, and also now several large [storms] are indicated to also contribute to
the [diaspora] meme at [local] and [regional] levels. There are specific references within the [flowing waters/flooding_induced by storms] which
include the [pacific northwest] of the continental USofA, as well as [northern, western europe]. This last is apparently also associated with [storm
This is from the Aug. 8 ALTA run from the web bot. Notice that it refers to the already forecast earthquake, along with new information regarding
several large storms. Key words that it picked out are [diaspora], [flowing waters/flooding induced by storms], [northern, western europe] and [storm
Now, here's the article from Friday, Dec. 13 where a large storm caused a state of emergency in Rome, Italy. Notice the key words which are direct
hits from the web bot runs. The article mentions evacuations (ie. diaspora), flooding and surging waters. The mayor even uses the word
"earthquake" to describe what the damage was like, which I find extremely interesting as the storms were predicted in the same ALTA run which
mentions the earthquake prediction.
Heavy Rains Pound Italy, Rome Declares State of Emergency
Now, for the last and final time, here is the actual prediction, from the actual web bot ALTA run from August 8...
"There continue to be aspect/attribute sets which accrue in support of the [earthquake] in December. The actual range in December has been noted
in modelspace to extend from December 3rd out to January 5th, but the spot of the largest accretion of groups of support within that range is December
10th through the 12th. This is also when the [visibility] sub set summations are at their peak.
The large accretion of groups centers around Dec. 10-12, which is why they mentioned those dates on the Coast to Coast program. In the past, these
areas have been good indicators for them to try to make the window smaller. Now, since the smaller window has passed, they are still waiting as the
complete window for this prediction was from Dec. 3 out to Jan. 5. Possible reasons why there hasn't been a quake as of yet include the following
Well, the December 10-12 major earthquake hasn't shown up yet (at least as of press time). Possibilities? 1) The predictive linguistics could
have gotten it wrong or 2) Could be off by a number of days (window continues into January)
Please note the following in ()...window continues into January.
The storm in the New England area which has wiped out electricity to 800,000 residents was something brought up by the OP. I've asked for a link for
that prediction, as I didn't know where the OP came up with that information. Apparently though, there were linguistic hits in that as well,
relating to a shortage of supply (no energy), and school closures serving as shelters.
You'll have to search back through the thread to find that info I guess, as I'm only going to help out with the info I've dug up myself. To me, it
appears that the web bot has two hits based on the emotional linguistics which are appearing in these news stories. If you feel these are just normal
type storms that happen every year, then I don't know what to tell you, other than I disagree.