Monday, June 21, 2010

Mainstream Media Sounds Like A Bunch of Nuts ... Only Ten Years After Vault-Co Beat Them To It

(tipped off by reader)

Who do you think has really got it right, though? If this is what they are publishing on the front page, what are they still mulling over printing in the back office? Dare they speculate? What if it is obviously no longer speculation? What then for these timid, insular minds? Got ten years to find out? Or maybe only a few years to wait and see what they are going to tell you ... at which time it will be too late to do anything about it?

Three radioactive black mats laid down 11,500 years apart going back 40,000 years. Vault-Co's premise is this : the fourth radioactive black mat is about to be laid down. Not just a couple of Playstation consoles burned out.


Anonymous said...

When I was a poor, single, and angry young man, I thought that it would be "totally awesome, man" if Tyler Durden's dream of total electronic database wipeout by EMP (from the movie Fight Club) came to pass. A total reset of society.

Looks like this day might come after all.

Anonymous said...

That MSM article is better than nothing I suppose. Or perhaps it's a crumb of info thrown out so "They" can later say "Well lookie here, we told you this might happen". The advice dished out on handling a CME event is laughable. The author forgot to mention the inevitable Mad Max scenario involving murder,starvation and race war. It kind of reminds me of the gold bugs who are constantly and gleefully predicting gold at $10k, $20k or whatever. They don't stop to reason that if gold is at $20k, then the FRNs are worthless and it's "Babies-The other White Meat" time. Of course, what I wrote about a CME event is a very optimistic hope . I read Robert Felix's excellent book "Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps" and it made a believer out of me. Z

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Anonymous said...

You can have either a grand minimum or a ferocious sunspot cycle, you can't have both Tex

Anonymous said...

Has anyone looked into the effects of electro magnetic radiation on human dna?
I am wondering if the frequencies of our sun change, will there be short/long term effects on us as a species?
I read that dna is also an oscillating wave, and that it can be manipulated. Does anyone have any speculations about the sun possibly changing our dna as it goes through cycles.
Or is it just all soon to be burnt toast?
hmmmmm toast....