posted on Feb, 28 2013 @ 11:11 AM
Interesting... so , been a busy year already for Russia in terms of natural disasters, or potential disasters. If anything, Russia ought to be
praising its good fortune. A meteor passing over at such velocity that the pressure wave from its passage through the air shatters windows and cracks
walls, and an earthquake too, and so far, no fatalities that we know of.
Staggeringly good fortune I would say.
Now, I know that conventionally speaking, one would turn to me and say "But TrueBrit, how can you claim that Russia is under a cloud of good fortune
at the moment when all these near cataclysms are befalling it?" Well, there are two ways to look at luck. Theres the movie and fantasy kind of luck,
where people go through life, and nothing bad ever happens what so ever. They never get sick, they never get hurt or killed in accidents, they do
backflips over tables without landing on thier heads, and the boy always gets the girl, blah blah blah....
And then theres the best kind of luck you can hope for in the real world, which can be illustrated with a phrase something like "Yes, the sky is
falling, but for now it seems to have missed your head."
I would also like to question those who believe that there is some sort of link that can tie up all the threads of the video that was posted, about
Coronal Mass Ejections, somehow being linked to the atmospheric weather, and the likelihood of earthquakes. I find it a little obtuse that someone
would be trying to link all these things without anything more substantive than a line of best fit on a graph to hold the thing together. Is there
more to it?