posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 06:07 PM
This isn't about whether "Titor" should be able to remember a date or what happened, but how much his tale diverges from history.
I think the most important thing to look at is one of his biggest first predictions, the horror that would occur because of -Y2K-.
There are two choices: you can either say this guy is full of it, games over. Or, you can say, how different will our future be from what he has
stated, now that Y2k hasn't happened.
In this timeline, if Y2k never happened, people didn't freeze on bridges and turn against one another, what would be different than the one he spoke
It seems quite possible that this alone could have just pushed things back four years as people have previously pointed out.
What happened during Hurricane Katrina is VERY similar to the scenario he depicted would happen on Y2k. Therefore, if civil war was suppose to take
place 4 years after y2k, then that would mean it was would have its beginnings in late 2008.
Katrina = government blamed for not doing enough, for knowing ahead of time, people stranded, drowning, looting.
Titors Y2k= government blamed for not doing enough, knowing ahead of time, people stranded, frozen, looting.
2004's president then would equal today's president.