posted on May, 7 2011 @ 03:22 AM
reply to post by Signals
Sooner or latter dude, sooner or latter, its all just a matter of time but major earthquakes have always happened going back to the forming of this
planet. It's just that our lives are to short and to much going on to take into account all that is going on around us, and thats why we got to
keep track of data from one generation to the next. I wouldn't say it's really that much of a prediction, more like an eventual fact.
But he says an earthquake in japan will precede the big one in america, as well as the weather going crazy anything from long droughts, to floods, to
extreme hurricanes and tornado's, to hailstorms and prolonged violent winters. All I can say is, we will see which is really, "unless you
have a way off the planet" the only thing you can do.
But it's all been predicted before and on a long enough time line all predictions will come true eventually, and thats why dates or timelines of
when things are supposed to happen are important.
But you can bet your house that one thing like a major earthquake and crazy weather and droughts will lead into another. Like more wars for the
remaining resources and mass die offs and new ways to live will have to happen, it wont be a choice. So if anything it's a like the snowball going
down the hill effect, it just gets bigger as it picks up speed and momentum till it reaches the bottom. It would be like a Cause and Effect thing
which leads to more Causes and Effects and so on.