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Originally posted by DAVID64
" The big circle located around Washington
Close enought for me to Wisconsin "
871 miles is "close enough? That's getting a bit loose with the rules, isn't it? That's like saying an earthquake is going to hit Texas and the prediction is accurate if it happens in Illinois.
Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by Ben81
Hate to sound like an ass but aren't there enough of these doom-porn threads?
They clutter the forum and 99.9% of these "predictions" do not come true.
They are a waste of time for people trying to find ACTUAL information on ATS.edit on 22-3-2012 by The Sword because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Drew99GT
Golly, we get one decent earthquake off the southwest of Mexico (a spot with tons of recorded quakes since it's on the ring of fire), and now we get people predicting an earthquake in WI based on some people hearing booms, and also based on arbitrarily drawn lines on a FLAT MAP depicting a ROUND EARTH.
Why is it that natural phenomena like quakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes, bring out the nutters who make wild claims like these things never have happened before!
Mysterious booms that have rocked the town of Clintonville, Wisconsin have spread to another town 80 miles away. Police in Montello received reports of similar earth tremors at 5:30am this morning.