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There are two meteors, quite big, going to hit before December 2012. One will wipe out New York and a area of 1354 km around N. Y. The other is even bigger and it will fall in Pacific Ocean.
Originally posted by ChemBreather
Well, get this, CDC seams to wanna Cirum you boys !
CDC Set to Urge Circumcision For All Baby Boys?
Washington, DC – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced today that it would submit legislative proposition (Prop 4) that would require circumcision for all male babies born on and after January 1, 2010.
Originally posted by SheaWolf
Originally posted by Matteo
There are two meteors, quite big, going to hit before December 2012. One will wipe out New York and a area of 1354 km around N. Y.
The other is even bigger and it will fall in Pacific Ocean.
[edit on 31-8-2009 by Matteo]
1354 km = 841.336 mi. OR 841 mi. and 592.4 yd
That's a lot of territory, almost half of the US and pretty much all of eastern Canada and it's only recorded in his history book as hitting NY huh?
Originally posted by Kryties
The author of this fictional story obviously did not do his research into time travel terribly well. In his 'time' he claims that this supposed NTTS system has only been invented recently and that this was the reason he could not 'come earlier'. The fact is that it would not matter when his time travel device was invented because theoretically he should be able to travel to any point in the past at any time he wished.
Another glaring probem with this is that if he were to be travelling into the past and altering it then theoretically he would be splintering that time-frame off into it's own seperate path, due to the theory that it is impossible to travel into the past and change it without splintering that reality into a parallel reality. Even if this were proven to be not the case, he would then be playing around with the Grandfather Paradox (or the Butterfly Paradox) - something that has already been identified as a dangerous thing to do even before we know how to build a time travel device.
Seriously, I wish these hoaxers would do even a LITTLE research - at least then I would find the stories mildly entertaining.
[edit on 31/8/2009 by Kryties]