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Sorry to be the bringer of bad news, but you might die today.

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posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 09:47 AM
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We are not beyond destroying ourselves and the whole planet along with us. Mother nature has massive excess energy stored up in weird places and we are stupid enough to unwittingly unleash them -- without knowing what we are doing. (Have I belaboured that long enough? :lol


It really could happen. I don't like rotting garbage. Sifting through it to find something to eat does sound disgusting. But I guess if I had to I would.

Take each day as it comes.




posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by conspiracyguru
Ok, thanks for reading. Again sorry to bum you out, please return back to whatever it is you were doing and enjoy your day.



Thanks for the interesting read. I've heard of this possibility not sure if we are there yet. Suffice it to say if it came down. I seriously doubt that any of us would survive a global extinction level event. So we may as well enjoy ourselves and take care of what we need to before the SHTF.


TOGA PARTY!



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 11:14 AM
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Didn't someone point out on another thread a couple of weeks ago that the BOP was tilting..? And BP released the statement when..? Today..?

And today on BBC News, in the UK, we discovered that BP had ignored the explicit advice of one of their own engineers that there was a risk of blow-out..?

And then the BP CEO sold a load of his shares..?

And Halliburton bought Boots & Coots (oil spill cleanup specialists?) ..?

All of the last three points happened between three weeks and eight days prior to the announcement of the spill (when the shares came tumbling down).

Those SOBs should be rotting in jail for life. Instead, the BP CEO took the weekend off to go away on his luxury yacht for a bit of R&R. If it weren't for the ATS prohibition of profanity, the air on this post would be blue by now. I'm 'gosh-darn' sick and tired of these selfish, evil *******. Just my two cents.
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Will post a link for the original article I refer to, and will see if the link is available for the BBC news clip from this morning.

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PPS - Why in the name of all that's holy won't they use those hydrocarbon chomping microbes..?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Will embed an video with info on those little critters too.

IMHO - It's all just an excuse to ramp up towards the implementation of the NWO.


Noah.

[edit on 21-6-2010 by NoahTheSumerian]



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 11:45 AM
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I'm sorry if this is a bit offtopic, but what was weird was that as soon as I clicked on the link to this thread, my last song on my ipod was ending and the next shuffled song was its the end of the world as we know it by rem. Ominious much?

Anyway, back on topic. Has anybody thought just how easily this could happen? One guy smoking a cigarette and being careless could set the whole gulf on fire!



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 11:50 AM
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someone who supposedly had "insider information" claimed that in 72 hours (that would be today, from the day the posted on GLP) that there would be an explosion in the gulf due to the methane. the poster, went on to confirm they happened to be *nuts* but the information they provided was, in fact, legit.

so regardless, i found out that day that they knew without a doubt about just how much methane was down in the gulf, and with the info that is searchable on yahoo...it seems they *knew* they were gonna hit some methane and likely did it on purpose.

now i don't know if this will cause the devastation the GLP poster said, but worst case of best case scenario.
none of them are good. :/



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 12:04 PM
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I'm not afraid to die. I believe my consciousness will live on. If I am wrong, I won't know any better. I am helpless to do anything about it.


I am not miserable right now. I find many things I do enjoy about being alive. But when I look around at the sorry state of the world, I can't imagine how much longer we have if we carry on like this. I alone and powerless. If everyone together wanted to make a change, I would like to be a part of that.

We are going to have to change how we are interacting on this world with the animals, with the resources and with each other. If we don't change, something is going to happen. This may not be the end of all humans, or the end of the world, but most of us are going to die. It will be a natural consequence of our collective actions.



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 12:32 PM
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Except for the core-ex stuff and some oil what do you mean with toxic ?

Methane is not toxic at all. Not even a little.
The only problem is that it replaces air when the volume reaches a high enough level.

I don't think it will explode while it is still locked away in the ocean floor or the ocean it self.

So...

a few bottles of oxygen could be a good idea for those living in and around the Gulf of Mexico. Everywhere else methane will get dispersed enough to be save.

The levels of methane needed to choke the Earth are quite large and it could have caused a big extinction. Like the eruption of a mantle plume for about a 100.000 years or a rapid climate warm up. Not within our lifetime tho.

A big ball of fire would be gone in the blink of an eye and maybe use up a lot of oxygen.

If this happened before then what made birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and Amphibians survive ?



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 06:58 PM
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Thats life.. Nobody gets out alive. Were born.. We live.. We die. The world goes on.



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