posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 04:14 PM
Originally posted by Tecumte
So any real evidence to support your 'conspiracy theory' that that site is not legit, I'd like to hear it, cause I'd like to know. Who's behind
this conspiracy? I totally leave it open at this point, it should be known, true, just exactly how the data is being generated before accepting it
yes, but too early IMO to write it off as a hoax. If so why? Most of the 'hoax' sites IMo actually have been set up by 'established' interests
with plenty to hide to cover their tracks, citizens by and large just want to know the truth even if they they have to go out and measure it on their
The site is not a conspiracy, I never suggested it was.
What I'm suggesting is that the site is run by people who are a little delusional and seem to think that reading a paper or watching the weather
reports means they can predict something and that HAARP is responsible for it. Or just outright con artists. They've created a lot of pseudo-science
BS to explain the fact that they can see what everyone else is seeing - the news!
I don't need to prove anything in relation to this site and their "science". They have consistently failed to prove anything themselves.
Common sense would tell me that the East coast was at risk due to Sandy. Common sense tells me that the West coast is at risk due to increased
activity along the San Andreas. I don't need any BS science fiction fantasy to be able to state those things as fact, and I don't need colourful
graphics and meaningless suggestions of data to tell me the obvious.
The people who run that site do what every con artist on the planet does. They state the most likely and plausible outcomes and wait for it to happen.
Those who see it and cannot make connections in their brain themselves fall for it, those who understand probability and the manipulation of
expectation do not.
When it does happen (as those with common sense predicted without any BS "science") they claim a victory and tout it as evidence, further convincing
some to believe them even more. When they get it wrong (which they often do) they make an excuse - there was a glitch, something wrong in the data, or
even (my favourite) they exposed it and forced those responsible to cancel their dastardly plans!!!
There is nothing about their site that gives me any reason to believe anything they do or say. In my own opinion, they are delusional and watch too
much Alex Jones.