posted on Dec, 13 2005 @ 07:10 AM
I had no idea where to put this, but this forum will get the best opinions - me thinks.
I suppose someone might have mentioned or noted this, but I just came to the realization that we (earth) had two huge earthquakes on 26 December in
two consecutive years.
26 December 2003 we saw the Bam earthquake in Iran causing an estimated 5,000 to 15,000 deaths (the figures differ from one site to another).
26 December 2004 we saw the South Eastern earthquake (causing the killer Tsunami) killing over 283,000 (est.) people.
Looking at the year before that (26 December 2002) I only stumbled upon the South East Queensland Storms (USA) that cannot possibly be compared to the
disasters that followed the years after that.
I guess I might be paranoid (too much time on ATS?
) but I feel a bit uneasy with 26 December looming over us... Could 26 December 2005 kill
even more people?
Does anyone else think that there might be more behind the annual earthquakes (disasters) or am I being paranoid and this is nothing more than a sad