It seems there was something to those 2012 end of the world prophecies. I know, I know, it's 2014 so you play skeptik and say that it was a farce.
I'll say it's not. Perhaps the calendar is innacurate or some other factor in the space-time continuum shifted the date and pushed it back some. Or
maybe prophecy is rarely precise. I'm amazed if any prophecy made thousands of years ago was within a century of accuracy. If you want to get
technical you could say it was spot on if you only focus on the disaster that turned our hopeful planet into a helpless doom.
So, Fukushima. March 11th, 2011. I find the date numbering similar to the WTC attack to be of interest. Oh, 911 or 311, maybe there's something
ethereal connecting them. My imagination is so wild I could meander on for hours with these connections.
It's the end of the world and that really really sucks. I suppose if I was 60 and had an awesome life to look back on it wouldn't be half as bad, but
I ain't even got started yet. That's a real bummer. I wanted to do so much with my life and it got cut short by a planet sterilizing nuclear disaster.
At least the nuclear pollutants aren't exploding. I guess that part comes much later once all the life slow burns into nothing and all there is left
is a poisonous ocean and barren dirt.
Earth isn't dead permanently though. It'll take thousands of years before life springs up again. Once the radiation clears. That is, if it doesn't
burn up the atmosphere first. If that happens Earth will become much like Mars, uninhabitable.
The effects of the nuclear leaks have been devastating and swift with the Pacific Ocean. They say California has become a drought laden fireball. The
worst drought ever. They only worry about the radiation, they don't account for the fact that all elements have several reactive properties. They also
don't think about how it's not only Cesium-137 spreading all over the globe. There's a plethora of hazardous wastes escaping the Fukushima plant. It's
so tragic I don't even know what to really say about it.
There's nowhere to go. America is doomed. Then Europe. Then the rest of the world.
I wonder how long it will be until people start dropping like flies. It'll be like Mad Max, Terminator 2, 28 Days and Armageddon the movie all rolled
into one. I'm so not prepared for this.
The power elite are gonna watch us all die while they survive unaffected locked away in sealed underground chambers with their heaps of untainted
supplies. How long they'll last down there isn't anywhere near as long as this radiation will hang around. They say it'll take 350 years for the
radiation to reach critical mass where it'll taper off and quit increasing. Well, fnck! All it will take at that point is a lightning strike to ignite
the thickly polluted atmosphere and turn the whole planet into a second sun. Everyone will be dead for centuries by then. So, don't expect another
living creature for another million years. It'll be like evolution was reset. They'll be digging up our bones like dinosaurs.
I can already see the effects here in America. I can't imagine what it's like over there in Japan.
This whole thing is like, so final, that I can't even get worked up over it. It's like, damn. It's over. There's nothing we can do to fix it.
Ultimately, the radiation is going to win. It's as simple as that.
I don't know what you believe in the way of spiritualism but I say God is merciful and although I doubt he will reach his immeasurable hand in and
stop this doomsday from progressing he's probably got a plan for the billions of souls that will soon find themselves without host bodies to inhabit,
and light years away from the nearest star. It'll be an interstellar journey as the souls disperse into the heavens.
Or you could say that no, we're the only planet that God gave life to and this is the revelation and we're all gonna go talk to St. Peter at the
pearly gates and await our final judgement.
Either way you hatch it, we're out of our league. This problem is unfixable.
I'm going out with a good heart. Maybe you don't like my bleak outlook but you know what, believe what you want. In 20 years there will be no one to
look back on this and say, "I told you so."
Have a good one
And if there is a God, may he bless the good people.
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