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 goes....it 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.