Originally posted by Earthscum
Things like that are why people even give McKenna's software half a thought. I've spent hours on end lining up events with valleys and peaks. I've found that the initial event usually isn't at the very bottom or top, but rather right near the edge. It seems to me that a lot of the time the event that we perceive isn't as bad as what led to it or the aftermath. The valley you are seeing is probably the nuclear plants having troubles for the next couple days. When does the valley turn back up? Mark that time down on a piece of paper. They should get the reactors under control around that time, if I'm correct.
Originally posted by psilo simon
I click "run timewave" on the website and a .jnlp file downloads that windows can`t open. Can you help me?
I have always wanted to have access to Timewave Zero and never been able to get it working. I downloaded a version that supposedly ran on DOS but it wouldn`t work. Please can you explain how the site works as it doesn`t appear to give any instructions.