posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 06:07 AM
reply to post by ET_MAN
Farewell ET_MAN, an exciting set of posts and though I can't say that I believe that these events will come to pass - I can say that you have
broadened my awareness.
First the concept of extra-dimensional bodies having an affect on our space time, though not novel to me did make me ponder of new scenarios.
Second your concept of other "densities" or parallel universes having life on the various planets and moons in our solar system does sort of hit
home. I've read many accounts of life on our set of planets (remote viewings etc) and this in theory is scientifically plausible.
Just to think about scenarios for a minute. If a group in power wished to survive such a scenario what would we see? I think we would see things
such as the creation of underground bases (ala Denver), hoarding of supplies (ala large printing of money) and a worry about strays after the
cataclysm (ala a war that kills 90% of USA per AntiLieGuy). Definitely food for thought...
I do find the statement about a stopping of the rotation of our planet hard to believe. The only scenario in which I can see this happening is a
strong magnetic field pulling iron ore up through our planet's core, mantle and what not and following the field causing friction affecting our
planet's spin. Very unlikely especially in such a short time span.
These posts were very reminiscent of Titor's and D4rk Kn1ght's threads. Exciting, scary and definitely worth thinking about...
I do believe in the motto, "hope for the best, prepare for the worst" but just remember that we have had preachers of the end of the world since we
had our first religions and feared the gods of the sky, and it will likely continue for some time. Just because in the last few hundred years we've
gained industrialization with water at our finger tips and a grocery store down the street doesn't mean that our survival instincts aren't still
active. They are and we need to be cognizant of it.