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Originally posted by TWILITE22
reply to post by Human_Alien
I am not one to panic nor do I feel that doomsday is around the corner,I like many people are concerned with all of the deaths that are occuring and since we cannot get anyone with credentials to speak up and tell us the truth people tend to talk and try to come up with their own theories.
Originally posted by NWOPrimate
reply to post by Human_Alien
I'm sorta picturing the earth's poles as being on a rubber band and that they are being pulled to the side (towards russia) till it gets to a breaking point when the earth will bounce back to realign itself, but like a snapping rubber band VERY quickly.. thereby making canada the new north pole... which would correlate with Canada's topography which shows that it was once covered in ice before. It would make sense to me. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Originally posted by redoubt
Just a couple of thoughts...
1. Our weather person was no doubt educated, but I am not sure whether this program was prepared by her personally, or someone else with a more complete understanding of the subject matter. But either way, the presentation is worthy and the information a breath of fresh air in an area where hum-drum denials have become too common to believe.
2. There will no doubt be some back-flash to our weather person at the station in Lake Havasu, Arizona. I hope that those here at ATS who find this video series as enlightening as I, will contact the TV station to express support for both the program and the woman who presented it.
Thanks for this great find!
Originally posted by kroms33
What concerns me is that people are posting without even reading any other posts in the thread.
Either that or my posts just are not visible to anyone else but myself.
Originally posted by cluckerspud
She clearly seems credible. Seems someone checked the station ID and she seems to be legit. The only thing I question here is, : most meteorologists seem to go be good with words and talking about something they are familiar with. So why does she appear to be very armature in her delivery. She is reading it off a sheet of paper in a manner that would suggest that she's reading it for the first time. The whole thing looks awkward if you ask me. I'm not saying the information isn't correct. I'd like to see this stuff double checked or backed though.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
I thought that too but she's only 31. I don't imagine she's been too long in front of cameras. Who knows. But she is legit and works for a news station in Arizona. What I think the difference might be is, the station is an independent one (not network) so perhaps they have a little more liberty to not play by FCC rules therefore more liberal/informal in its production.
What she's saying resonates so, maybe we shouldn't pay too much mind to her delivery (although I totally agree with you) but more on the message.
What is happening - and what Human_Alien posted with these videos indeed seems to be pointing to a "Earthquake Sun" type scenario. Interesting how this all shows that the ancients knew a lot more than we give them credit for.