I lean toward the type 3, but I don't put my thoughts into an exact date, or even year. We are told by the media, and various discovery channel type
shows that we are overdue or expecting pole shifts, volcanoes, ice age, earthquakes, solar flares, famines, droughts, rogue planets, galactic waves,
interstellar HOT clouds, etc.
Anything could happen, anytime between now and years from now.
I am learning lots about our solar system and galaxy from all the hype, which is both good and worrying. It's a scary big universe out there, it's
amazing that things survive in it. Some of the hype sounds very scientific, and some of the predictions, we would never even see coming, let alone
survive. Gone - instantly.
Good to prepare for what we can, if nothing happens, no biggy. The government always tells us we should have a survival kit just in case of power
outages or severe storms.
On that particular date, I hope the crazies don't cause trouble in the big cities though.
Maybe people will go through some type of paradigm shift in their thinking, and be less materialistic and wasteful, but who knows.
Also, there are no weird anomalies in the sky from up here in central Canada, 53 parallel. No second sun visible. When we have sun. Unusual amount of
rain this year for Saskatchewan.
Animals (wildlife and birds) are acting normal. Awfully cold weather though, the heater has been turned on early this year. The birds are already
heading south. The lakes and rivers are full. I can't imagine next spring melt if we get hit with 6 feet of snow