posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 01:23 AM
There are a lot of things happening and I think when history looks back on this period it will seem very, very active even if at the moment it seems
kind of "quiet."
First of all, there are many things happening RIGHT NOW that none of us know about and that will be disclosed later. To pick one example, who gave
much thought to BP's oil drilling when it first began? It was only when the disaster occurred that the world started paying attention.
Secondly, even "rapid" change often unfolds at a speed and in a way that is too slow for the swiss-cheezed human attention span to process. Take
financial collapse. If you see it referenced in a movie or on TV, it will be associated with dramatic events, such as bankers tossing themselves off
buildings with rousing violin music in the background, or Bernie Madoff being led off to jail in handcuffs. But the real story is in boring numbers
that accumulate slowly, in drips and drabs. A few thousand people lose their job here, a few thousand there. A company goes out of business here,
another there. Some index goes down three points, then up one point, then down another three points. And so on. Meanwhile, the sky is still blue, the
birdies are still chirping...easy to ignore until the rot strikes closer to home.