posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 01:57 AM
If we were into making stone tablet calendars and we noticed we were in a two thousand year cycle, we might make a calendar for our cycle we are in.
Would we make a new calendar for the cycle starting in the year 4,000 something? Only if we were truly crazy. Who around now cares what happens in
the year 4125?
Now I wouldn't be surprised if 2,000 years from now if I become famous for some strange reason, some might start saying orionthehunter mentioned 4125
over 2000 years ago, run for cover, hide in the mountains, it's the end. Maybe the people in the future will have more common sense.
The year doesn't spell our doom. It's our lack of cooperation in solving our problems that could result in our downfall. We need to be working
together as a nation or nations to provide assurance to the general population that our currencies will still be worth something, that our life
savings isn't going to be devalued where everything we saved up for is destroyed by foolish governments overspending and that our governments are
wise enough to provide and store emergency food rations for the nation in the event of a catastrophe. Right now our nations are not doing their job
in that respect and that is why so many are concerned. If our governments are doing that, they aren't making it known publicly so most citizens
suspect foul play where only the elite are going to get resources in an emergency.
Our governments are failing either in emergency planning or in communication but that is why I believe so many are concerned about doomsday. Our
governments are not providing any reassurances.
What happens if we have a major solar storm or EMP attack and circuits and power is fried across the US? Does the US have these multi-million dollar
transformers that take a year to build secretly hidden in faraday cages underground so that power could be restored quickly? Probably not.
Does the US have billions of MRE's and other emergency food rations to supply the US population for a few years through a global disaster such as a
small comet impact or volcanic eruption that could block sunlight for a few years? Probably not.
We are living without insurance. We have individual insurance for individual disasters such as your house or car etc but no nation saving insurance.
Insurance costs money and our nation is not spending money on insurance on a scale that could provide assurance and peace of mind to the general
population. Of course I remember a saying that says whenever we finally say we have peace and security that is when our downfall may come. I'd
rather have national insurance. I believe the national security would be improved and predictions of doomsday would drop.
my two cents.