posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 05:42 PM
Although I'm not really experienced when it comes to planning a nuclear exchange, one would think that knowledge of an imminent pole shift would be
somewhat distracting. Wouldn't TPTB be more concerned about seeking shelter? On the other hand, our doom-saturated culture would expect a pole shift
or a nuclear attack, but both at the same time? Jenius with a capital "J". If we want to determine without a doubt just how boned we are, a bit of
™ can provide an entirely objective, non-debateable outcome. Math can't lie. It's the George Washington of logic.
How to use ConspiracyMath™
1. Assign values to the conspiracy scenarios.
"Nuclear exchange for future dystopia" = 1984
"Death by pole shift" = 2012
2. Add up the values of the two scenarios.
(1984 + 2012 = 3996
3. Average them to determine the average effect of both scenarios happening together.
(3996 ÷ 2 = 1998
4. Assign a connotation to the resulting value based on life experiences/interests/beliefs.
(1998 is the year the film Armageddon
5. Draw conclusion(s) based on #4. For maximum truthiness, draw them in stone.
(Ergo / Therefore / Vis-a-vis, Bruce Willis will save the day.)
In conclusion, bonage is relative. If you're Bruce Willis, you're probably boned, but you'll die saving the world. If you're Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler,
or anyone else who's not Bruce Willis, you'll live to fear another day.
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