posted on Apr, 8 2012 @ 08:34 PM
I was thinking of starting a thread in this very area about this last week. Two things stopped me:
1) Ended up being too busy at home.
2) I thought: "Meh. What's the point? Too many people love to do Doom Porn."
My idea was "Connecting The Dots", and that is what a lot of people try to do, connect the dots, no mater where the dots are, what the dots are, and
if those dots have anything with the big picture or not.
As has been pointed out, a lot of 2012 Doomsayers do things backwards, which is:
Firmly believe something is true.
Then try to find everything you can to support what it is that you think is true.
Scientifically, this is completely backwards. You can have a theory, and yes, you try to do research to help support that theory. Then hopefully, you
do repeatable experiments that then make your theory into an actual fact.
You don't go out and try to find everything you can, and then lump it together and say: There! See? Something is going on!
Is something going on? I don't know. I do know that yes, there have been things that have even made it into the MSM that seem to defy any good
answers. Does it mean anything that this is 2012?
Again, I don't know, because there are TOO MANY things thrown out there:
There have been a lot of earthquakes! OMG!
There have been volcanoes erupting! OMG
There are strange sky sounds with no source! OMG
Those guys drilled all the way down to a underground lake in Antarctica! OMG!
The moon looks wrong to me! OMG!
The sun looks brighter to me! OMG!
There are solar flares happening! OMG!
There are strange rumbling sounds in Wisconsin! OMG!
Some dude snarffed a cheeseburger through his nose yesterday! OMG!
There were lots of tornadoes (in a tornado prone area....in spring)! OMG!
There was no winter here in the US (other areas of the world that did get cold, don't exist)! OMG!
The Mayans made a calender! OMG!
Planet BooBoo is on it's way! There was a YouTube video at the south pole of it! OMG!
See? It seems like everyone wants to connect everything. But when you do that, it becomes hard to separate the over reaction of many, so that we can
see the honest to god actual strange events (I consider some of the sky sounds and the rumblings in Wisconsin to be strange, but I do think there are
answers for them.....and has nothing to do with the year 2012).
So many people firmly believe that something is going to happen this year, and as you pointed out, if there is another 2004 type tsunami, another
hurricane Katrina, another Japan quake, but nothing else, they will jump up and scream that they were right all along. Never mind the fact that
according to most of them, the world is either suppose to end, or change in some drastic way.
If none of those (or other) events happen, they'll simply start saying that the date is just wrong......or that the NWO prevented it from
The Planet BooBoo people show us this time and time again.
"End of the world didn't happen, and you need to get a different date for it? There's an app for that!"