posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 01:51 AM
Hi. My name is Shikamaru. I'm a modern day researcher of these kind of topics. It's nice of you to create a video showing some of what has occured
in 2011's first month.
Can I make a suggestion?
The OP, take a global map (one that displays the world's continents from left to right.
Then, use photoshop or pain to place a red dot on each area where an anomoly has occured.
Now, note that weather is too finicky of a target, to be an anomoly unless a drastic change occurs so don't go marking the snow storms or the
blizzards, Temperature trends have been heading towards the more severe for sometime now but they are not exactly becoming haywire (Hurricanes
appearing out of NO where with no pre-requisites would be an anomoly).
Now, place a red dot on any Earthquake over or directly at 8.0 Magnitude (These are anomolies in most areas)
Now, place a red dot on all the areas where mass die-offs of bird or fish have occured this year.
Now, place a red dot on all volcanoes that erupted or are erupting this year.
Now, place a red dot on all Emergency Situations such as the Flash Flood in Australia.
Doing this allows you to understand the localization of these events. It then allows you to understand when and if a pack of events are actually
localized. What happens on the coast of Florida doesnt really affect what occurs in Australia, thus the events are isolated meaning neither one
triggered the other, and they can't be considered a group event.
While cross-continental events can be grouped, they have to be extremely related. A flash flood is not associated with massive bird die-offs and if
you've done your homework on the bird and fish die-offs, you will note that while some are absolutely a common occurence with weather changes, some
are also mysterious, with no real reason officially stated to back up claims that they are correlating with what occurs across the world.
As for Earthquakes, unless it is hitting the 7.0+ it isn't even considered a major threat. Hurricanes occur almost on a daily basis, some ranging in
the 1.0-2.0 range and are very common yet unreported due to the non-severity. The 7.0's are reported heavily because of a noticable trend in
Earthquakes in the news, as well as the fact that some are actually just severe.
Before you go off claiming an globally ecological emergency event, try to find ways in which these events correlate with eachother, or else all you
have is a videographic collage of random events occuring 2011...
Also, a word of advice...
If you go around this forum claiming the existense of Nibiru, don't ask people to "wake up and see the truth!" because a majority of these members
woke up a long time ago, and have seen many truths... What they want now is factual evidence with specific facts to back up the claim. While some of
them may be brash or insulting (which by the way is looked down upon aswell), most of them are just tired of being told to "wake up and see the
truth" when they've already got out of bed and brushed their teeth.
I hope this helps you out, and I wish you luck on your research.