Fair enough. But those predictions are pretty much subject to interpretation and any accuracy is only discovered after the fact. My concern is those
ones that say "this will happen on this date". Predictions that have clearly failed.
I would nominate these three threads. All of them quickly descended into a circus of gloom and doom - and ultimately the end of life as we know it.
Those who called out the threads as nonsense were ostracized as narrow minded, ignorant skeptics, dis-info agents and the like. Hehehe!
I've sometimes wondered about the recycled predictions of some tabloids. So many times I've had that deja-vu feeling while standing in the check-out
lane. I know that isn't what you're asking, but it would be an interesting add-on. Not to suggest people here work for tabloids or use their type of
Flag, it is a great idea. Granted the predictions for decades hence would likely not make it, but those that are of the '94.9% sure of a false flag
attack in 13 days, 15 hours and 5 minutes' can go be shifted and not be dredged up endlessly.
I came off looking like a complete idiot on that thread. (Despite only being a partial idiot.)
I was calling HOAX upon expiration date, but it was adamantly defended.
(By many posters and a mod.) Had I proposed it be moved to your suggested "shredder pile" it would have afforded me whiter teeth, fresher breath
and a shinier coat.
My sense is that those that are quick to declare DOOOOOOOOOM on a regular basis would have their stellar track record enshrined in a special place of
honor. It may work as a disincentive to those with fast fingers to the next 'World will end when the great Star Goat hoves into view next week'
post. (Perhaps after 5 of these posts, we can suggest they be first in line for Golgafrinchan Space Ark B?)
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