Hi all. I went to bed last night and this was 3 pages long. I wake up and we are on page 7! So several very long post to reply. I will reply to
Puterman first since I U2Ud him to add his considerable wisdom. Sorry I can't do all the wizz bang stuff with replies
First, dealing with the predictive models for Earthquakes. Yes, I thought that would be your answer and I agree. I know how incredibly complex
Mother Nature is and I feel we are just scratching the surface or ourselves in our understanding of Her. So Mexico got lucky that day!
As you stated we know for certain that some areas are way over due and this can be prepared for but not in a timely fashion.
I have always held the unchanging view that even if we could predict with certainty, Governments would be unlikely to order mass evacuations of
millions of people. The reason is simple. Imagine evacuating 30+ million people from the US West Coast. You would crash your economy in the best of
times. How does anyone deal with 30 million stranded people. On the other hand if the people and the assets (cities) are both destroyed, well,
let's all hold hands, light some candles, pray for the departed and rebuild the West Coast with profits in mind. Yea, for the good times!
Puterman, your first response is as scary and equally as plausible as mine. The end results are near identical. This is the reason I started this
thread, to cover the possibilities. I must find those CO2 emission graphs that disappeared post 1995 that show CO2 levels just prior to previous ice
ages. They were scary graphs.
The big difference with our projections is that you do not see the failure of the Great Ocean Conveyor as being the culprit, rather you see
diminishing solar output as the primary cause of a short term mini ice age.
Scary stuff. This will affect both hemispheres equally. It will mean that the Southern Hemisphere will not be able to help the North with food
production but will have their own equally severe problems.
Manipulating the grids as a method of thinning the herd is quite an interesting methodology. We all tend to look more closely at those fields of
human endeavour that we are familiar with. The one item I would add would be that THEY do not have to wait for more wind farms. As happened in
Canada, ice on power lines can cause a catastrophic power outage lasting a long time.
See also www.abovetopsecret.com...
for some more novel ways to do the same thing as a false flag. The first stage of the
false flag has already been completed.
Thanks Puterman for your input, well considered as usual!