posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 09:01 PM
reply to post by m0r1arty
Amother one of these "The world will collapse into a pile of trifle with biscuit bits in it." threads. Sheesh. I get so fed up with these. Do you
folks ever look at the USTS listings to see the pattern of trifle wobbles? No!
There is absolutely no indication that the world will do this. The last Wobble 9.5 on the trifle scale is only presumed as it happened many many years
BB (before biscuits)
Anyway how can it collapse when there has been no cone building stage? You seriously think that deformation of the surface of the trifle can take
place without some sort of push from below by the sherry sponge? Just because the world is perched on an outcrop in the chocolate hundreds and
thousands zone does not mean that disaster is imminent.
You need to see a steady pattern of wobbles and at least some harmonic quiver before we get anywhere near the possibility of the world falling in!
Stop scaremongering and resume licking your ice cream before it melts.
Edit to add:
I scoured the web and managed to find a helicorder chart for station HTZ in the zone for today. It looks pretty
scary but don't be concerned. That is quite normal for the time of year.
edit on 23/4/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)