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Originally posted by Gumshoe Just stopping by right now and read this thread. The scary thing is, something major DID happen on April 19-20. The Gulf Oil Disaster...
Originally posted by Doomsday 2029
Two of the most crucial events that led to WWII was the Reichstag Fire and Pearl Harbor... Both were conspiracies, but only one was eventually exposed.
Anyway... let me get to my point.
3,205 days after the Reichstag Fire happened Pearl Harbor was bombed. Now there are a few reasons why this is interesting to me.
3,205 days after 9/11 will be June 21, 2010... the same date that this work of fiction: Operation Blackjack takes place.
Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
The fear of all fears has a 40% chance of becoming a reality as of June 22, 2010 for Alex to be born out of the Caribbean. Stifled reports from across the Gulf States region raise many questions of what exactly the health concerns would be if a storm such as a hurricane brought inland the toxic cocktail.
Originally posted by KILL_DOGG
NEW ORLEANS - Beleaguered officials in New Orleans are now bracing for a tropical storm that could descend on the Gulf of Mexico within the next 48 hours and delay oil spill recovery efforts in the area.
The National Hurricane Center said Friday morning that there is a 70 percent chance that a low-pressure area now developing over the western Caribbean Sea may pick up steam and head toward the Gulf, where oil facilities are clustered and BP continues to fight back the oil spill.
Coast Guard officials told NBC News that they will likely need to remove people from rigs if the storm develops and moves toward south Louisiana -- a process that they would need to begin five days before the storm would hit land.
(visit the link for the full news article)
A tropical wave we've been tracking across the Caribbean over the last several days has gained enough organization to be designated Tropical Depression One.
This system is expected to move in a general northwest direction towards Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula through Saturday.
Heavy rain and local flooding will be the immediate impact in portions of Jamaica, Cuba, the Cayman Islands, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Yucatan Peninsula.