posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 02:07 PM
Actually, I believe the web bot predicts a "trigger" event, and not one that ends up being national news for about two weeks, and is likely to be
located somewhere outside the US. The bombings this weekend could be such an event. TMZ gives the time at 6 pm this evening and speaks of
"novelty" which doesn't mean disaster.
I note that Capmark reported a $1.6 billion dollar loss and has filed for bankruptcy this weekend. This will likely trigger the beginning of
the collapse of the commercial real estate market, which experts pretty much agree will make the housing market look like a bucket of fun.
As I type this, the Dow is down 111 points. That seems to be pretty significant.
The problem, as I see it, is that many of you expect to sit in front of your computer screen (um who said with a sandwich and chips. . . ) and be
presented with some monumental event which heralds the end of the world in order for these predictions to be true in your mind. Because it hasn't
met your expectations, or the speculations of the posters here -- regardless of what the web bot said or TMZ predicts -- it's a failure?
Talk about getting up out of your chairs and doing something. . . what program have you invented and shared with the world for future modeling? The
people who follow these events at least give room for the possibility that these programs might be beneficial.
What have you produced? Or is your valuable contribution merely to criticize others?