Thought this might be worth mentioning. On the 5th of March, 4 earthquakes struck different parts of the planet. Nothing major, apart from a very deep
6.1 earthquake in Argentina. LINK: earthquake-report.com...
Could this have anything to do with Mars' relation to Earth? I'm definitely no expert so I'm not saying it does but it's certainly food for
In 2003 Mars was the closest to Earth in a long time. There were all sorts of claims that Mars would tear the Earth apart. I met a guy high tailing
for the far north in hopes of avoiding the disasters to come.
No earthquakes correlate with any other celestial object than the moon and then only low intensity quakes. Larger quakes such as a 6.1 do NOT
correlate with the Moon. They are so common that it is easy to predict that one will be within 3 days of a date you pick at random and you have a very
good chance of being right.
Roman soldiers were made to stand in line and urinate on the ground. Half an hour later the ground would be examined for ants. If a soldier's urine
had ants, he would be thrown out of the army. Ants are attacted to the urine of diabetics, who were unfit to serve at the time. I passed my urine test
on March 5, ready to go back to work, maybe on a Mars mission.
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