posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by Spike Spiegle
I think those people most interested in it are more dealing with excitement and panic-syndrome coupled with a strange and unwanted obsession towards
3 days of darkness, when considering literal, metaphorical, as well as the actual duration of "3 days", that could not only mean a million & one
things, it could also easily, and has been fulfilled because of the vagueness of the "prediction".
If someone were to say: "In 10,000 years the Sun will undergo core contraction, due to core hydrogen fusion ending. During a short period of time, as
the Sun's core contracts, the Sun will experience a very low light period, before the outer shells of hydrogen begin fusing, and subsequently the core
reachs the thresholds for Helium Flash"
But that's the thing, close to none of these predictions are detailed like that, because they revolve around vagueness so that the original
"propheteer" and his following can get some gratification out of satisfying a highly probable situation, due to the vagueness, but make it out to be
like it's improbable.
"My God look at that! The sky is turning orange tonight! I told you that it would happen soon!"
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