posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 10:47 PM
The problem here, is that YOU are the one who is assigning some sort of significance to those two dates. There is nothing special about either one,
those dates are only significant enough to YOU to put them together.
What makes 9/11 or the recent earthquake and nuclear problems more important than any other dates? There are many events that absolutely trump 9/11 in
the number of people killed, so why is 9/11 a more important date than others? Because America is more important than any other country, and since
it's our worst terrorist attack it just HAS to mean something?
And what is so special about the Japan earthquake? It's not the first earthquake, it's not the largest ever, it didn't kill the most people ever.
Is it important because of the nuclear plants that blew up because of it? If the nuclear aspect is what makes it important, why isn't the date of the
two atomic bombs dropped on Japan in WWII a significant date? Why aren't the thousands of nuclear bomb tests all important dates?
6/6/06 + 6/15/06 ANOTHER CONNECTION OMG
6/6/06 was the date of a tornado in Columbia County WI. OMG IT'S ALSO KIND OF LIKE 666 THE MARK OF THE BEAST OH MY
6/15/06 there was an earthquake is San Martin
Add those dates up, what do you get? OMG 12/21/12 ITS DEH END
I hope I illustrated to you how something bad happens every single day somewhere on the planet. Which means you have a nearly unlimited number of
dates to throw together and attach some meaning to them. Doesn't mean anything. And it's not being closed minded to ignore this kind of silly stuff.
It's called being logical. If there was actually something here to be interested in. such interest would make you open minded. But since there's
not, it's not worthy of interest!