posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 06:48 PM
Scalar waves, right? Something right out of temporal mechanics. I was unaware it was at this magnitude here, but some "bits and pieces" contained in
this thread have confirmed my suspicions.
This could explain why some people, "in the area" are more "insightful," as of late. Interesting indeed. Obviously, there is more "here" of interest
to some folks, than just natural gas wells.
I think the most-odd thing that happened here in the last 3 months was my alarm clock, which has "SmartSet," so if you lose power, it resets with the
correct date and time. Well, ever since Daylight Saving Time ended this last fall, my clock, which had perfect time for the last decade, suddenly
loses a day once it turned New Years. So on Jan. 1, 2011, my clock said Jan. 2, 2011. We have lost a day somewhere. It changed two weeks ahead of
the DST ending and has never been the same since; a day off.
This clock has kept perfect time until end of DST of 2010 and has been a day-off ever since.
Missing day in the Bible? Well, you tell me, but a computer program doesn't lie and one which has ran perfect to suddenly go in error of one day 10
years after it was made, is not a coincident or is it?
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