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Final Warning to the Great United States. Last Sign CONFIRMED. 1-day left.

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posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:06 PM
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SO when this all falls flat on its face, no huge Earthquake, where the most obvious prediction in the world is to predict an Earthquake in an Earthquake prone zone, especially after the pant-wetting excitement of Japan's Earthquake that seemed to please many members here as it vaguely represented a prediction, the Dow hasn't had a drastic change and I stopped reading because that's two pretty specific predictions then can all the people who lapped this up and OP be brave enough to admit they was wrong and start taking predictions with a pinch of salt?
Or shall this thread merely be buried out of site and out of mind whilst yet another prediction is hoisted up for all to see until finally someone gets something right and everyone treats the predictor as a massire with prophetic messages.
Again it will cause more excitement and glee that hundreds if not thousands of people will be killed in a horrific natural disaster here because being right with vague predictions of things a betting shop would refuse to even do business with you because of the obvious chances is much more important than using common sense.
I predict some Muslims will kill some innocent people, I will get my martyrdom throne ready shall I.
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posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:06 PM
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2:06 pm CST and no shakin' going on here.....



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:07 PM
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3.0 in NV
(I made sure this time that Nevada was in fact in the US)
Details~



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:08 PM
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I think they use HAARP to generate Earthquakes in other regions of the world so as to protect the US, or in other words, build up and release pressure at the other major fault lines and get those plates moving, so that California needn't fall into the sea, does that make any sense?



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by Phantomfire707

Originally posted by Watts
What I'm saying is, if you cared that much and felt as heart wrenched as you made it seem, why wouldn't someone that feels they are privy to life-saving information make every attempt possible to warn as many as possible. It'd be like me saying, "I'm so confident there's gonna be another major tsunami in Japan tomorrow that I'm gonna go on the least known site possible to warn the people."

You're more interested in striking gold and being "right" than actually saving people. Its not like it would have cost you vasts amounts of money/resources to call a tv station or write a letter EVEN IF they completely rejected you, at least you tried. I doubt a tv station or Governor would flame you up the way you're being roasted by everyone now.... so like other people have already said, this predictions stuff is the lottery of ATS where a bunch of people are hoping to be promoted to "hero" status and the delusions of grandeur need to stop.
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I know what your saying. Your interested in making me look bad, because you think you know me.


I'm interested in calling people out on their shenanigans. You sir, have committed shenanigans, and therefore are being called out. I don't have to know someone to identify said shenanigans.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:09 PM
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"...Intellicast.com is showing an earthquake just now in Kentucky (3.3 magnitude) but its not showing on USGS..."

It* was discontinued years ago, acutally.


Your own Naval inteeligence will not support ypur...dumbeddown ignorane :O


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posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:10 PM
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I'm sorry but this is complete and utter nonsense. I read and replied to your last thread as well. Fear mongering at it's finest......anyone who actually believes this and "takes precautions" need to have their heads checked....NOW.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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I'm not trying to be insulting, but thinking objectively (being that I am a member here and am posting), but it feels like these type of stories/threads are the ones that give credence to the MSM/popular notion that "conspiracy theorists" are all insane nutters.

I really don't see how you could have linked a stock market high with a mega-earthquake set to hit the West Coast of America. Of ALL the indexes out there, you picked the NYSE? What about the NASDAQ, S&P, COMEX, Gold or Bond ETFS, etc. Why does the NYSE have apocalyptic overtones in its pricing scheme relative to the others? This might read well on the cover of a grocery aisle tabloid.

*Sigh* It's 3:11 PM EST here in Virginia, and still no mega-quake. So what does that mean, seriously? Does that invalidate the stock market high?



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:14 PM
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Heeey fellow Commonwealther... what parts are you from? 757 here.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by BoyOfOceanus

The bible is as accurate as a scientist stating "in the future..... there will be earthquakes


This is the typical argument of someone who knows nothing of Bible prophecy and it is absolutely false. While some prophetic statements are somewhat vague, the majority are extremely specific and have been fulfilled with perfect accuracy. I'll give you just one example, Jesus made this statement sometime around 30 A.D.:


Luke 21
5And as some spake of the temple, how it was adorned with goodly stones and gifts, he said,

6As for these things which ye behold, the days will come, in the which there shall not be left one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down.


At the time the 2nd temple was one of the boldest architectural statements in the world. It was huge, beautifully adorned, and well-guarded. It was equivalent in height to a modern 20-story structure. Many of the era thought it would stand forever. When Jesus said it would be utterly razed to the ground, I imagine some who heard this were in total shock at this seemingly impossible prediction. Yet in 70 A.D., the Romans sacked Jerusalem and destroyed the temple. Yet even after the destruction, much of the temple still stood- it was basically a ruin, but there were still many stones left one on top of the other (thus the prediction was unfulfilled). However, the Jews had hidden gold inside the walls of the temple and the Romans found out about it. When the temple had been set ablaze, the gold melted and ran down into the foundation stones. The Romans used Jewish slaves to remove every single stone of the structure so they could retrieve as much gold as possible, thus fulfilling Christ's startling prediction exactly.

There are many, many other examples of precisely fulfilled scripture, please Google something like "Bible prophecy accuracy" and check out some of the web sites that go into this in great detail.

Regarding the OP, it seems there's a pattern that repeats in these prediction threads. People make a few vague predictions that seem to get fulfilled, then they get bolder and make bigger, more precise predictions until they paint themselves into a corner with a specific event/ date. These more precise predictions never come to pass, and the threads quickly fade to oblivion as do the "prophets" that start them. I have no doubt that it is the destiny of this thread as well. It's easy to make vague predictions that appear to come true just because of probability. For example if I predict there will be an earthquake in CA this week of magnitude 5, well they get those weekly anyway so I've "predicted" an event that already has a high chance of probability. But the more specific the prediction, the less wiggle room there is and that's when most of these "prophets" unravel.






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posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:16 PM
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Do the people here sitting hoping for a big one with a Cheshire cat grin on their face and psychotic eyes rubbing their hands reporting every tiny 3.x shudder please stop, they happen everyday, its like comparing a gust of wind to a tornado.
Wait for the BIG Earthquake remember, not tomorrow, today, BIIIIG Earthquake, and if by coincidence it happens THEN you can jump for joy and martyr the OP as some sort of messenger.
I will still use common sense and put it down to coincidence and a pretty lame one at that.
Why are all predictions doom and gloom? same as when a psychopath says "God told me to kill my kids!", why does he never tell him to plant trees?
I predict someone reading my post tomorrow will win a decent amount of cash, fairly and squarely, a lottery or something, enough to get you by for a couple of years, there, isn't that nice, a good prediction, remember to martyr me for bringing 'the good news'.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:17 PM
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I think you may be on to something here. IF there were any truth to the whole HAARP 'thing', this would make at least a little more sense than randomly wreaking havoc around the world. We did get our fair share of trouble with the BP oil spill though. I don't think that impact has been fully realized (or fully reported on) yet...



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:17 PM
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Another failed prediction,

another failed thread.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by NewAgeMan
I think they use HAARP to generate Earthquakes in other regions of the world so as to protect the US, or in other words, build up and release pressure at the other major fault lines and get those plates moving, so that California needn't fall into the sea, does that make any sense?


I think you may be onto something. What if all of these conspiracy stuff ACTUALLY WAS MEANT to protect people. If you know anything about the ancient mystery schools, all this apocalyptic jargon was pure allegory. Fanciful stories to explain the banal facts of realty to people without driving them insane.

HAARP could be used to induce an earthquake before it happened! Would you rather have 4 lower magnitude earthquakes that resulted in perhaps a few broken windows; or a mega-quake that leveled the city?! I think you're onto something NewAgeMan, but I don't think that the purported "Japanese HAARP attack" (scream and find tin foil hat) could affect the magnitude of a pacific plate move on the coast of California. I believe the plates are shifting inwards, into the Pacific.

That being said, California is supposedly set up and waiting for a big earthquake. I think if we see several lower magnitude earthquakes over the coming months (in the 4-5 range) with lots of HAARP activity in the area, then it's safe to say the HAARP guys are the good guys.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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Originally posted by grandmarkai
I really don't see how you could have linked a stock market high with a mega-earthquake set to hit the West Coast of America. Of ALL the indexes out there, you picked the NYSE? What about the NASDAQ, S&P, COMEX, Gold or Bond ETFS, etc. Why does the NYSE have apocalyptic overtones in its pricing scheme relative to the others? This might read well on the cover of a grocery aisle tabloid.



Of course not. You can't be bothered reading what I posted in full, but that doesn't stop you and the other people from saying they can't figure out the connection.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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Originally posted by Watts
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Heeey fellow Commonwealther... what parts are you from? 757 here.


haha down with King George! 703 here. I'm about to go out and enjoy the lovely cuisine of Northern Virginia (not to be confused with the lower 90% of Virginia).



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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I have checked GEE out for any activity, and none so far. Looks like a bust for sure.

This thread



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong.

Anybody can spout any old hogwash trollop predictions in this section and if they don't come true, you can shrug your shoulders and have another stab at fearmongering the next day. And they get away with it?



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by Heyyo_yoyo
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INSHALLAH!!!!....


Why do I see so many people use this insult?...I find it very inappropriate, but mostly disappointing.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:23 PM
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oh time is not of the real mater it is 1:21pm here in utah so this time earthquake.usgs.gov... means nothing to me, and one more thing how do you lose an EQ 1085 down to 1084??? now it might be that it was 2weeks old. it is 19:19 to them, them is UTC
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