posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 01:40 AM
I have tried everything I could think of to look up what public or even private events are being planned for Dec. 21 by and for those with the genuine
expectation of the end of the world on cue and could only find survivalist and suicide instructions for that date. For the "I don't believe it"
crowd, I could still only find things like college schedules and a few concert dates. Personally, I can't imagine booking a flight anywhere on that
day, I could be going to or from the right or wrong place at the right or wrong time and I could miss something.
I expected to find a number of organizations or at least some informal groups advertising or planning some event they would be hosting for the end of
the world and I simply could not find them. Should ATS have a worldwide moment of silence or a covenant to band together to share the smallest details
of possible disaster?, Or do you think if the worst case scenario actually does occur it will happen without warning or, conversely, with so much
warning no one will be interested in ATS or organized "kiss your rear end goodbye" events at the time? On that subject, would you prefer no warning
(gamma ray burst from an exploded star, etc) or months of guaranteed knowledge (Niburu confirmed, etc)?
I'm curious how intelligent and informed ATS members are thinking and planning ahead. Even if you think it will fizzle out and nothing will happen
maybe there should be a "Not The End Of The World Party"? Either way, I would sincerely appreciate some suggestions. I know this question must have
surfaced before, but there are newer ideas and new information all the time
Looking forward to input.