posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:27 AM
I agree that it would be needed to know when 'something' was coming our way.
The problem is, what would be the 'something'?
We wouldn't know what to do, where to go or when to go.
For example, what if it was a massive solar flare, that was going to bake our planet's surface? Even if it was brief, only lasting 30 seconds or
so...it would probably kill us, unless we went into deep cave systems for a while.
What if 'it' was a massive tsunami? 1,2 or 3 mile high mega tidal waves? Going underground wouldn't be such a good idea then...getting as high as
possible would be the best bet.
What if it was an airborne virus/plague? Only separating yourselves from everyone and everything (possibly caves again, or deep wilderness) would save
Knowing what to do and where to go is only possible when you know what is going to happen.
But, yeah after all is said and done, i'd rather know in advance if for no other reason, than to properly say goodbye to my loved ones.