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What The Web Bot Sees For 2010

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posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 02:51 PM
Yeah I've always liked Cliff. Interesting guy. He does claim that he often does make mistakes though. None the less I have bought his reports in the past and will do so again in the future.

If anyone can really understand what's to come from his reports I will give you 10 dollars. His writing style is so pedantic it's obsurd. No one gets it except him, but it is a fun read.

Here's hoping the world ends soon, I'm getting sick and tired of this ridiculous waiting.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 02:51 PM
I love how Cliff says that he misses being surprised by anything as he usually knows what will happen, what a jackass! So far as I can tell the predicted "Summer of hell" in 2009 turned out to just be summer of suck as things are still holding on for now. I think I still have electricity and internet from what I can tell. I don't think any aliens are sucking my brains out through my nose, unless they are inter-dimensional. His prediction a year ago was that by now we would be living like hippies in a Luddite commune. In short - wouldn't bury yourself 20 ft underground to get out of the impending radiation cloud just yet as it will probably just turn out to be one of Cliff's farts.

Here's some of Cliff's 2009 predictions:

January-The services bubble begins to collapse. Malls and luxury goods tank. Unemployment continues upward.

February-Building tensions to the “Summer of Hell.” Global events start to heat up. Waves of enlistments to the US Military as alternative to unemployment (Obama youth corps?)

March and April-Food and goods riots. Demonstrations. Breakdown of social contract. International pressure begins to build on the US dollar. NASA and political-whistleblowers.

May-Homeless, unemployed and displaced begin to question the socioeconomic contract. Prices of commodities continue rising. Electricity becomes sporadic in areas. All situations are starting to build into potential violence. Global coastal events go mainstream.

June and July-”Summer of Hell” might vary according to area. For example, California might have veggies but no power. Northwest might have power, but no veggies. There will be a lot of smaller earthquakes that people will start to notice as footnotes to the breakdown.

August-Government services falter as budgets collapse. Purchasing power of the dollar failing. Possibility of social security and government assistance being temporarily halted.

September-Geopolitical landscape changed as communities become cooperative living models. Think hippies. Eroded federal governance.

October-Internet becomes sporadic. Two major ship disappearances…may involve Hollywood or royalty.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by wanderingwaldo]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 02:58 PM

Originally posted by colloredbrothers
That idea makes sense to me. If it will go down it will probebly be like this.

I think it makes sense.
There will be famine this year due to crop failures. There are famines every year due to crop failures but in the past year there have been crop failures in rice (India, Indonesia), wheat (Africa, USA), corn (USA), soybeans (USA), strawberries (USA), blueberries (Chili), tea. Those are ones I heard about. There are probably more.

The USA has had a wet year. Crops were left in the field last fall due to mud. Winter wheat wasn't planted due to mud/gas prices/fertilizer prices. The USA sold its surplus grains last year. The USA used to have a six year reserve of food. It now has about 6 weeks.

We could easily have a famine in the USA this year.

Heck, with so many unemployed we could have a famine just from lack of funds to feed our people.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:03 PM
reply to post by joey_hv

The dollar crashing is conventional thinking and incredibly wrong. The dollar is the world's reserve currency and will be strong for years to come, no matter how much we print of it. The fact of the matter is that Europe is in much worse shape than us and the European Monetary Union is a huge time bomb with collateral damage that will destroy the European and parts of the American banking system unless more interventions occur.

Gold will eventually detach from the dollar as the Euro crashes but the dollar will continue to go up, likely hitting parity with the Euro by next year or 2012.

Euro Plunging As Trichet Says Greek Bailout Blows And Is "Evidently Very, Very Bad"

As they say, 'Information that everybody knows is worth nothing.' The dollar is the story and the dollar staying strong will be a huge problem for us and for Europe (but not for China).

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:18 PM

Originally posted by Silver Shadow
Edgar Cayce talks about a "secret hall of records" being opened up that reveals man's true history which is supposed to be vastly different from what is believed.

I think most of us assumed that was going to be a secret chamber, perhaps located under the Sphinx, but it could (?) also be the Vatican library.

As far as Web Bot only giving us really bad news.

Can any of us think of anything really good that has happened over maybe the last couple of years that Web Bot missed ?

health care reform

oh, boy

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:20 PM
I don't know whether I should laugh or cry that people actually take these web bots predictions seriously. I love how it never predicts anything positive or uplifting on Earth; it's always predicting events that are meant to instill fear into people's minds.

The future is not a fixed thing. These web bots forecasts are absolutely insidious and harmful. They make people focus on a specific course for the future, and the more the collective of people focus on these negative futures and energize them, the more likely these futures are going to manifest. This is a universal law (law of attraction).

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:24 PM
reply to post by joey_hv

Most of that is dung. Silly predictions that don't happen.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by magnetix]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:36 PM

Originally posted by QuantumDeath
It's only a prediction of whats to come. Did Nostradamus have proof of his claims when he predicted ww2? Not really.

When this happens, its going to take the doubters by surprise.

Be safe or be dead. Prepare for the apocalypse. Thats all I got to say.

Do yourself a favor and stop watching mainstream news, then throw your television set away.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:48 PM
[edit on 25-3-2010 by Boomer1941]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:48 PM
reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter

DUH.... who cares what you believe, go to and learn how all this info is compiled, then spend the $10 for the report and read that.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:49 PM
The thing about the web bot that most people don't realize is that each report is the worst-case-scenario. I feel that Cliff does a fantastic job taking the time to generate the report. I like the linguistic approach.

Imagine it like you are in a math class, are given an incomplete line graph with future values to be predicted based on the root equation. Just by looking at the parts of the graph already completed you can gain insight as to what kind of equation is graphed here. Whether its linear, quadratic, exponential, or hyperbolic, or what have you. Each style of graph has distinct characteristics that is unique to each.

Cliff graphs linguistics. The web bot supposedly scans all of the language being posted online each day, and makes a tally every time a different word is used. Then graphing the numbers of times a word was used over a period of time will give you a graph with the future open to interpretation; just like that incomplete graph.

If you ask me I think its pretty on it, and as far as the worst case scenario report is a good selling point, because a lot of people are interested in the worst that could happen. when we read it or read about it, all of us should keep in mind that its up to us to keep that worst case scenario from happening.

I started reading the reports 6 months ago. It talked about a global coastal event happening in the spring/summer of 2010 and all the other things that have been mentioned here already. Not sure if that means these swarms of earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, Japan, Philippines, Samoa and the tsunmais generated by them? Who knows. This diaspora thing will eerie if it materializes.

Hope this gave some people a more in depth perspective. Aloha.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:10 PM

Originally posted by StarBoyFG
Web bot has made NOT ONE mistakes in the past!

It isnt 100% accurate....Since i follow web bot i concluded that it is 10-60% accurate. Especially the dates are extremely inaccurate!

you just contradicted yourself there buddy. It hasn't made one mistake in the past but it isn't 100% accurate..... its only 10-60% accurate, so that would mean that it makes mistakes....................

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:17 PM
How does this program predict the future when it just scans the internet for posts people make. So if I get everyone on this site to write about every volcano errupting in the entire world at the same time would the web bot say "2010 in the summer every volcano in the world will errupt at the same time" The only reason they made this is to enstill fear into the world. Why doesn't it ever "predict" anything positive?

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:32 PM
I think people turn to the internet when they are bored, angry, confused more often than when they are in a positive frame of mind. People don't always count their blessings and express the positive side of life on the web. It's the end of March, people should be doing yard work and planning gardens. That's a healthier idea than doom and gloom. It's all too extreme.
The History channel has been playing controversial issues for months. Entertainment=Money for them. The reality is that not really much changes, life just runs in cycles. This econmic crisus went on 1978 into the 1980s. We lived through it. My grandmother made it through the depression. Life is a rollercoaster, there is a time for everything.
Patience and hard work result in achievement of positive things.
If everyone focused on happier ideas everyone would BE happier.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:40 PM
I am sure someone can correct me if I am wrong, but didnt Cliff and the gang decide last year to pull the plug on web bot and go to their bug out spots because of what the web bot had predicted? They were so sure it was catastrophic event of biblical proportions that they had to get out while they still could and pray for the rest of humanity?

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:46 PM

Originally posted by MrWendal
I am sure someone can correct me if I am wrong, but didnt Cliff and the gang decide last year to pull the plug on web bot and go to their bug out spots because of what the web bot had predicted? They were so sure it was catastrophic event of biblical proportions that they had to get out while they still could and pray for the rest of humanity?

It's just one of the many things he has said then never mentions again when his prediction didn't pan out. I definitely heard him say that and for a while I thought his site said that there wouldn't be another prediction.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:48 PM
All I want to know is did the webbot see this coming....

More than $100,000 spilled out the back of an armored car in Whitehall yesterday, and most of it is still missing.

Police urged anyone who couldn't resist temptation to reconsider before officers come calling.

Whitehall Sgt. Dan Kelso said a Garda armored car was eastbound on E. Broad Street at 8:20 a.m. yesterday when a bag of cash fell from the back into the intersection at Hamilton Road.

"It hit the ground and split open, and there was money all over the place," Kelso said.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by freetree64

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 04:57 PM
i used to go to because they had a thread with the Clif High audios'..

but since he & the web-bot linguistic 'crunching' are off on a sabatical/vacation...there have been no updates since late 2009

and Clif's cohort at UrbanSurvival (or is it Peoplenomics)??
clearly states Clif is not doing any reports anytime soon.

the link at the OP, which did the short version of 2010 predictions
was a relief to see, because my other source is essentially defunct

As i understand Ure', Clifs cohort, the linguistics crunching to see what is
on the minds of the taking way too much computer power to
produce very IFFY forecasts, its all in the interpetation & context of the Spydered 'thought content-words', and with so much material concerning the collective subconscious, he's trying to come up with a correct way/analog in which to analyse the linguists more accurately.

it is similar to a mental torsion field

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 05:18 PM
Pornography is a HUGE percentage of the internet - wonder why webbot never picks up on that?

I almost never read webbot posts because THEY ARE ALWAYS WRONG!! So it picks up on what's being talked about... so? Doesn't mean we need to sit around all gloomy and scared. We get enough fear from MSM. What did webbot say about Tiger Woods?

webbot = fail

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 05:20 PM
reply to post by gwydionblack

Well, doesn't the Web Bot track down keywords that are entered into search engines and makes predictions out of those entries?

In my opinion, I think the things the web bot displays are more of a reflection of the current mindset and attitudes of most people than some sort of prediction.

It's not surprising that in these hard times, the web bot would post mostly negative "predictions".

[edit on 25-3-2010 by Striker122]

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