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posted on Jun, 4 2004 @ 01:07 AM
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This story has reached a lot of sites and therefore a lot of people. Many of us have concluded that this is just another internet, or end of the world, hoax--but one cannot be sure until the end of June.

What preparations have you made, or heard of others making?

What reprocussions has this scenerio had on peoples lives around you?




posted on Jun, 4 2004 @ 01:15 AM
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What preparations have you made, or heard of others making?

None. About a year ago we had a near miss of an asteroid from sun-side. Death from the sky could come at any time, even right now, before the end of june. Being prepared is usless if a giant rock makes the air burn like fire and then turns the earth into a chunck of ice for many years.

Survival is 99% luck and 1% wits. The best bunker on the planet won't save you if it hits your side of the earth. And unless you are hiding 100 humans, about as many cows, and 30lbs of seeds in that bunker, you'd just be comming out later to a wasteland that won't feed you. If we get hit, we get hit, and luck takes over.


What reprocussions has this scenerio had on peoples lives around you?

Absolutely none. At any point a building can collapse, a sink hole can open up, a car accident can happen, and so on. This is not the only way to meet your end, just a new one on a very large pile.

To sum up, if this is true (which is doubt) there is nothing you can do so why worry, and if this is false I saved myself time thinking about it.

Personally, I think John Titor was a much better hoax. He put far more research into it and put forward much more information.



posted on Jun, 4 2004 @ 01:59 AM
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Hoax or not to hoax?

I have concluded the same. It may be a hoax (I hope), but one cannot be sure until the month's end. However, I do believe in the concept of "CYA" and therefore formulating a contingency plan. If anyone is interested, here is some info. that you may find helpful. I've also included the link to each:

Emergency Escape Plan (WPA)
Massachusetts: Mount Washington, MA/CN (Elevation-2,380)
Rhode Island: Mount Washington, MA/CN (Elevation-2,380)
Connecticut: Mount Washington, MA/CN (Elevation-2,380)
New York: Catskill Mountains, NY (Elevation-2,770 to 4,190)
New Jersey: Catskill Mountains, NY (Elevation-2,770 to 4,190)
Deleware: Harrisonburg, VA (Elevation-1,352)
District Of Columbia: Harrisonburg, VA (Elevation-1,352)
Maryland: Harrisonburg, VA (Elevation-1,352)
Virginia: Harrisonburg, VA (Elevation-1,352)
North Carolina: Asheville, N.C. (Elevation-2,216)
South Carolina: Asheville, N.C. (Elevation-2,216)
Georgia: Monteagle, TN (Elevation-2,000)(WPA Group Destination)
Florida: Monteagle, TN (Elevation-2,000)(WPA Group Destination)
Alabama: Cheaha Mountain State Park (Elevation-2,405) Near Talladega-Cabins available or Monteagle, TN
Mississippi: Cheaha Mountain State Park (Elevation-2,405) Near Talladega-Cabins available or Monteagle, TN
Louisiana: Quachita Mtns, ARK near Mena/Y City (Elevation-2,600) or Cheaha Mtn. State Park, Alabama (Elevation-2,405) or Monteagle, TN
Texas: Quachita Mountains near Mena/Y City, Arkansas-(Elevation-2,600)(Rich Mountain, Baker Mountain)Hotel-Y City Mountain Inn
Arkansas: Quachita Mtns near Mena/Y City, ARK-(Elevation-2,600)(Rich Mtn, Baker Mtn)Hotel-Y City Mountain Inn or Monteagle, TN
www.angelfire.com...

WPA Emergency Escape Preparation List
HIKING AND RETREAT CHECKLIST (I wrap liquids in double zip lock bags)
Clothing-(Mesh Stuff Sack/Zip Lock Bags)
__Rain Parka/person
__Insulated Rain Parka for cold nights
__Belt/person
__Underwear/person
__Shorts/person
__Long pants/person
__Cap or hat/person
__Extra socks/person (wool)
__Gloves/person
__2 T Shirts/person
__2 Lightweight shirts/person

Footwear
__Hi top hiking shoes/Boots with cushion inserts/person
__Camp shoes/Sandals/person

Bedding/Camp-(Backpack Top)
__Sleeping Bag/person
__Air mattress/person (optional for comfort)
__Backpack Tent
__Saw-foldable
__trowel

Cooking-(Mesh Stuff Sack/In Backpack)
__Plastic water quart container
__Canteen/person
__Backpack stove with extra fuel (Double Ziplock)
(multi-fuel capable-can use unleaded gasoline) __Aluminum foil
__Cooking pots/Mess kit
__Plate-Cup/person
__Knife/Fork/spoon per person
__Matches/Magnesium w/flint/lighters
__Large Zip lock bags
__Can opener
__Campfire Cooking rack

Nuclear/Biological Retreat
__Water tablets
__Air rifle with sling and 3000, .177 cal. pellets (carried in Redhead belt pack)
__2 Bolts joined by steel wire (for opening manhole covers--excellent emergency shelter)
__Iodine tablets (anti-radiation poisoning)

First Aid Kit (It should include these types of items)
__Small First Aid Booklet
__2 Safety pins, 2 Sewing needles and Thread
__Tick Tweezers
__Various precut mole skins
__Providone Iodine dropper
__Rubber Bands
__Ace Bandage wrap
__Various small bandages (A good brand, like Bandaid, or Curad, is desirable)
__Roll of Gauzetape
__Aspirin
__Sting aid
__Campho Phenique
__Top I Cal antibiotic
__Sterile pads
__Povidone Iodine Pads
__Antiseptic Towlettes

Food-(Mesh Stuff Sack/Ziplock Bags)
__Crackers/waterproofed
__Peanuts/Cashews
__Powdered soup/waterproofed
__Salt/pepper/sugar bags/waterproofed
__Main course meals (dry, to be reconstituted)
__Snacks
__Capri Sun
__Coffee
__Powdered milk/waterproofed
__Spam, Sausage, Canned meats
__Drink mixes

Miscellaneous-(Mesh Stuff Sack/Zip Lock)
__Maps and compass
__Toilet paper
__Tooth brush/paste/deodorant
__2-MSR Water filters w/extra filter
__Survival kit/duct tape
__Swiss army knife
__Deep woods Off
__Flashlight/batteries/bulbs
__Candles
__Trash bags
__Brillo
__Soap
__Towel (small)
__Waterproof cover for pack
__Lighters
__Coffee pot
__Fishing gear
__Sewing kit
__Backpack bible
__Nylon Rope
__Sun screen
__Sun glasses/Reading glasses
__Lock Knife/Hip Knife
__Window Spline
__Wire
__Gold Coins
__US Silver Dollars
__Cash

If Taking The Car, Then These Items Go As Well, depending on number of vehicles:
__2-“Big Berkey” (2 Candle) Ceramic Water Filter
__20 Extra Doulton Water Purfication Ceramic Candles
__Propane Lanterns
__Propane Stoves
__20 lb Propane Tank
__Small Propane Tanks
__4 Gallons Coleman Fuel
__Extra Clothing and toiletries
__Soups and Beans in cans
__Ground Cover Tarps
__Hand Siphon pump (for water or gasoline)
__Backpacks for wife and each child with water, snacks, rain parka and clothing
__All my tents, mallet and sleeping bags
__Bible bag
__Computer
__Clear Plastic tarp (for getting drinking water from condensation)
__22 Cal. Long Rifle with scope and ammo
__Handguns and ammo
__Additional Flashlights and batteries
__Axe
__Bigger Shovel
__Plastic water quart container (extras)
__Solar AM/FM/SW/Flashlight with batteries
www.angelfire.com...


WPA EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM PUBLIC TELEPHONE LIST

NOTE: According to the site, these people have volunteered to provide refuge and assistance to anyone who might need to relocate in such a time of national emergency.

Pastor
Stephen L. Bening---Home, Office And Ministry
Hollywood, Florida
(954) 964-2799
(954) 600-6381 (cellphone)
stephen@usaprophet.com

Joann Coleman
Rockford, IL
(815) 229-5630 (Home)
(815) 378-8805 (Cell)
mostfavored@sbcglobal.net

Joe Cook
Evansville, IN
(812) 437-7048
jc4uministry2002@yahoo.com
Welcoming Anyone In Need As A Place Of Refuge

Doug and Sandi Cornwell
500 N. Lincoln Ave.
Lodi, CA. 95240
(209) 333-2413 (office)
(209) 607-9800 (Cell phone Doug)
(209) 483-2952 (Cell phone Sandi)


Susan Cummings
Wells, MN
(507) 553-3885
(507) 383-6329 (cellphone)
revsusanthebrave@msn.com

Susan Hall (Designated To Warn The Public List, In an East Coast emergency)
PO Box 413, Marion, MI 49665
(231) 743-9895 (home)
(231) 920-8220 (cellphone)
standing002@yahoo.com
Welcoming Anyone In Need As A Place Of Refuge

Nancy G. Hunt
3302 Long Hollow Court,
Sugarland, TX, 77479
(281) 980-0045 (Home)
(713) 785-5850 (Work)
(281) 682-5458 (Cell)
nhunt@omnistar.com

Steve and Julie Joyner
Tulsa, Oklahoma
(918) 951-2685


John Lallier aka GBAPTIST
Orlando, FL
(407) 365-4072
(407) 399-2980 (cellphone)
GBAPTIST@aol.com

Leslie Nash
Pensacola, FL
(409) 625-3106
leslie@sabinenet.com or lelsie3106@yahoo.com

Janice Payne
Bethany, Oklahoma
(405) 787-1163
janicepayne7@yahoo.com

Helen Peterson
West Virginia
(304) 524-7688
(304) 524-7973 (Cell)
mostfavored@sbcglobal.net

Pam Rivard
280 Wadhams Rd.
Smiths Creek, Michigan 48074
(586) 295-1214 (cell)
(810) 367-7677 (h)
privard@iwarp.net
Welcoming Anyone In Need As A Place Of Refuge

Beth Schim
3065 E. US Highway 50, 0-07
Canon City, CO 81212
(719) 275-1187
beth81212@earthlink.net

Tina Snow
Clyde, NC
(828) 627-1199
Tina_Snow@hotmail.com
Snowskin@bellsouth.net

John Paul Whitehouse
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
(954) 797-7339
jpwhths@telocity.com

Marshal & Denise Williams
Augusta, GA
(706) 667-9130 (home)
(706) 210-8714 (Office)
(803) 292-8764 (cell-Marshal)
(803) 292-8765 (cell-Denise )
InsideTheGospel@aol.com

Ron Williams
Honolulu, Hawaii
(808) 942-1435
rwilliams@rovin.net

Patti Wilson
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
(954) 224-2144 home
iblvnjc@aol.com

(Del) Bo Xian
(505) 327-3933 Ask For Del
New Mexico
BXIN@webbox.com
www.angelfire.com...





 
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