I was just reading some posts on (if your are closed minded I wouldn’t bother reading)
but the stuff presented is actually rather interesting. The web bot predictor post is probably the one that got me thinking the most thus far..especially about the data gap from early 2012 to may 2013....made me think heaps!
Ill quickly summarise that psrt. However, no matter what your beliefs are i do urge you to check out this site....it does provide a large amount of food for thought. A lot of what is presented doesnt match up with my beliefs but it is still always interesting to read about what other people believe and have found out.
The web bot is a technology that was discovered by Cliff High and George Ure. They claim it is able to predict future events by tracking keywords entered on the Internet. Originally it was created to predict stock market trends, but in 2001 they saw what they called a large "tipping point" that lasted for about six hours with a "release period" of about five days. The date was September 11th. From that moment on, they decided to dedicate their lives to improving the Web Bot's ability to predict the future. They say the Web Bot is correct a little more than 50 percent of the time.
Two future predictions for 2010 are:
-November 11th, 2010 - The web bot warns of a big tipping point possibly World War III
-December 14th, 2010 - The web bot predicts the first missile launch of World War III
There doesnt seem to be any catalyst for World War III, but im just posting things that fascinated me. The prediction that really drew my attention was the catastrophe set to begin early 2012 and end may 2013. Between this period of time there is a data gap. The belief of the write for this data gap is the next geomagnetic storm, the last was in 1859. If this is true then the entire world will be left without any electricity. That means no power to run lighting, tv, straighteners, computers, BASICALLY the majority of things we now rely on around the world.
read about it if you are even the slight bit fascinated....it is actually rather interesting. whether we choose to believe is a different story...