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Time line predicts some thing big in September ?

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posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 05:06 AM
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People looking at computer data, web bots , time lines from now until December 2012, trying to predict trends , are saying not only will it be a rollar coaster ride until the end of the year, but some thing big could transcend soon ?

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posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 05:09 AM
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Has there been a month in the last 10 years that something big wasn't supposed to happen? Only for the month to end with nothing, again and again.

Well, ok, the odd nasty earthquake and what not, but none of it was predicted.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 05:13 AM
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Originally posted by dwarfflex
People looking at computer data, web bots , time lines from now until December 2012, trying to predict trends , are saying not only will it be a rollar coaster ride until the end of the year, but some thing big could transcend soon ?


This quote from the video says it all


Nothing will happen, it will be nothing like usual and people will go back to the next prediction and when that fails the next, the next, the next. This is how doomporn addicts get their fix.


Just like all the previous predictions made.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 05:56 AM
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Anyone see what I see? When I see the candidates, I see a show. I see them as a team not as in opposition. I do not believe Obama will give up his spot for a minute. So I do expect something will happen, planned to prevent elections or it will be clearly seen as a fraud (the elections) I am not sure which. I think they are gearing up to attack us in some way, maybe a couple ways and blame it on some non existent enemy or condition. I am not sure when though... just expect it will be close to elections. Maybe a bunch of propaganda on tv first, to hype and add fear to the people. It would be easy to make people panic, we already see how quick people will rush to the stores on a small storm..I see the media can stir the masses up in any way they want effectively.
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posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 06:08 AM
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The problem is with web bots is they just gather data about what people are talking about, like trending, so if you all talk about how you think there will be that we will be an alien spaceship land in October then that is what it will predict.
So with that and the fact that this year is a super special year for idiots, fools and faux experts predicting things then of course web bots and computer data programs are going to predict such big events.

Plus all the people on ATS making us conspiracy theorists look like conspiracy NUTS doesn't help either.

Why you would post this just after all the threads berating the fools and faux experts that predicted disaster at the Olympics is beyond me. Seems some people are just unable to learn from mistakes of others and the past...... Seems too that this is all part of the human condition



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 06:33 AM
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Originally posted by woogleuk
reply to post by dwarfflex
 


Has there been a month in the last 10 years that something big wasn't supposed to happen? Only for the month to end with nothing, again and again.

Well, ok, the odd nasty earthquake and what not, but none of it was predicted.



something big has happened every month in the last 10 years

your just not paying attention



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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Define big.

To the average joe schmoe living down the street, a hydro bill that comes in marked as 'paid', an afternoon of lounging in the yard on a hammock with a cold beer . . . an extra chocolate chip cookie at desert . . . some extra thrills at bedtime even though it's not your birthday . . . .

Those could very well all be 'big' things . . . it all depends on the recipient of said 'thing'.

To a gnat . . . an oncoming truck windshield is a big thing.

For a three year old, movin' on up from the spoon to the splork is mighty big doin's too . . .

Hell, given that, big things happen daily so . . . .

CONGRADS MR./MRS./MS./IT ORIGINAL POSTER . . . YOU'RE THE FIRST EVER I-GOTTA-PERDICKSHUN-RIGHT PERSON ON ATS . . .

Somebody alert the Moditudinators and get this person a bucket-o-ATS points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

or not.

You decide.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 08:32 AM
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Oh I pay attention, and maybe something big has happened each month or whatever (dependent your definition of big).

I'm not talking about stuff that has happened (none of which was predicted), I'm talking about the countless predictions that never happened.
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posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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not my thing web bots or time line, as mentioned in the video, i think three time lines bottom out in september , as he says could be some thing could be nothing ,

be interesting where Syria is at around this time,

as for the Olympics they are not over yet, i dont know if security will be so paramount during the para Olympics.


i have posted a dream in the dream and prediction forum, may be relevant, was pretty clear concerning present events ?

but again not written in blood or stone.

personally i would not rule any thing out ,

the unexpected when least expected can happen on a day just like today,

such are the times we are living.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 09:04 AM
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Just so we're clear, the video in the OP isn't based on web bots, but Terrence McKenna's Time Wave Zero software.

I think Time Wave Zero is interesting and that it has merit - however, I also think it is wildly inaccurate, at least in our present understanding of how it works.

Moreover, no one really knows how to interpret its results in relation to real world events. Drops in the graph are supposed to represent "increases in novelty", according to McKenna. But he never really got around to clearly explaining what he meant by that.

For these reasons, I wouldn't rely on Time Wave Zero to give you precise clues about the future.

But you don't need a fancy algorithm to see things are picking up speed on many fronts: the growing geopolitical tension between East and West around the issue of Syria and Iran; the occurrence of several great quakes of increasing intensity in rapid succession in strategic locations (Iran, China, Russia); the military frantically moving equipment around; etc...

These events may seem unrelated; but perhaps they are, in many ways, linked, and building up to a chain of world-changing events. It is my impression, at least; and I would be surprised if a greater quake does not happen soon, or NATO doesn't announce it will impose a no-fly zone on Syria, or some other event capable of triggering a chain reaction of some kind.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 09:19 AM
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I was gonna say, didn't someone somewhere say the samething about this month? And the last month? And the month before that?

I swear some of these predictions sound like a DHS alert warning..

WOOOOO BEWARE CITIZENS..we are at condition brown.....the boogeyman may or may not be right around the corner just waiting to do some terrorism...time to stay vigilant and to change yer underwear.

I predict that on that day there will be a 40% chance of skidmarks in yer tighty whiteys on a sunny afternoon in Chicago because someone didn't cook the spicey voodoo chicken all the way. To be prepared for such a attack the DHS strongly urges its citizens to order the fish tacos and wear sweatpants in case one should have to run to take cover in the nearest mens room at the bus station.

On a side note.....the Web bot is not just a program searching internet trends.....its also a magnet for sub conscious direction within the world population base and has been proven to be at least 79% accurate when predicting events.....as to whether it got the right type of event remains to be seen. Still much betta butta then Time Wave Zero.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 10:13 AM
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The webots have just been spending too much time on ATS again. Its even got them paranoid.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 10:28 AM
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So, sometime in September, somewhere on, in or around the Earth, something "big" is going to happen. Great intel to go on, I shall immediately prepare for SIT X and await the fruition of this prophecy. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 11:07 AM
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Prince Phillip aged 91 has been taken to hospital - watch this space.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 11:08 AM
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9/9/2012 ?



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 12:44 PM
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Arch Crawford is convinced that the stars and planets do influence economic and political events here on earth. He’s studied their effects for over 40 years and his record of calling the important events has been impressive, if not perfect. And he’s extremely troubled by the election charts. He believes that it may be delayed or cancelled and that martial law might be in effect. He thinks mid September to the end of the month

will be very chaotic and tumultuous times. He’s recommending that people stock up on food and consider the virtues of acquiring firearms. Of course we have no way of knowing whether he will be right or wrong, but we certainly can’t just dismiss his projections out of hand. Going back to the 2000 elections, the chart foreshadowed some extremely strange and weird events and we wound up with Bush v. Gore. While no one knows exactly what the future will bring, anything is certainly possible.



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 06:08 PM
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Originally posted by dwarfflex
but we certainly can’t just dismiss his projections out of hand.


Yes we can actually, astrology is proven bunk.

When nothing much happen will he stop making silly "predictions"?



posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 11:16 PM
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Just so we're clear, the video in the OP isn't based on web bots, but Terrence McKenna's Time Wave Zero software. I think Time Wave Zero is interesting and that it has merit - however, I also think it is wildly inaccurate, at least in our present understanding of how it works. Moreover, no one really knows how to interpret its results in relation to real world events. Drops in the graph are supposed to represent "increases in novelty", according to McKenna. But he never really got around to clearly explaining what he meant by that. For these reasons, I wouldn't rely on Time Wave Zero to give you precise clues about the future.


I wondered if I was the only one to catch the TWZ software inferences. No one else seemed to and, you know, when everyone else sees stars and you see lightning bugs, it makes you stop and rethink your position.

rofl



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