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Originally posted by Heartisblack
Is the queen mother going behind him ? That really doesn't make me feel any safer.
Originally posted by nusnus
Wheres Phage when you need him/her xD
HELLPPPP SAVE US FROM THESE WARMONGGERSSSS
Originally posted by FreedomCommander
Still, Elenin is not my big concern, it's Niburu, the one that is bigger than Jupiter.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by thedoctorswife
The only areas I think there would be the potential for a large quake mid to late Sept is Greece, Japan, Vanuatu/Indonesia/PNG region & the South Pacific region near or in NZ. Two of these nations will see at least a 7.0 and I have a feeling Japan might receive a 8.0+
Originally posted by Nucleardiver
Originally posted by Signals
Thoughts?edit on 5-9-2011 by Signals because: (no reason given)
There is no such thing as coincidence, it is just a word that we apply to things of which we have no knowledge of. So I would have to say that there is a design behind his going there.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by notsosunny
Can everyone agree on this list as the list of all "alignments?" I want to do a statistical analysis to show that there is no connection between this comet and earthquakes, but I need a list of alignments. I'm only looking at "alignments" that involve Elenin and Earth though. I don't want any of these Jupiter-Elenin-Venus alignments because, let's face it, no one has even come close to making a coherent argument as to why that would cause an earthquake on Earth.
Originally posted by my3911
reply to post by metalpr
If one fragment was to hit us, they all would. They are all on the same trajectory. See comet Shoemaker–Levy 9's impact with Jupiter for example:
IF the fragments were to hit us, they would impact the Earth in many locations, depending on the number of fragments that survive the entry of our atmosphere. They would more than likely hit areas closer to the equator as well.
This doesn't include what's behind the comet, to include what's left of the tail and the debris that is in it. This area is much bigger than the fragments. I really think Elenin is a distraction to something much bigger coming up on it's heels.edit on 5-9-2011 by my3911 because: Addition
elenin is fragmented and will not hit us this time...could it be a next time based on jupeter experience??