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May 16th, 2004 1:26 AM #1
When It Rains, It Pours
I'm beginning to think to have a genuine Armageddon "ELE" event, it would have to be a combination of things. In my line of work, I notice that when bad things happen, other bad things happen within a very short time period. In other words. We can have a month of peace and quiet, and then all of sudden, we're dealing with Psychos (Many a day) for about a week straight. Then its all quiet again. I kind of think an ELE event would be several that are happening or triggered by another at the same time. For instance, a change in the moon's orbit that causes a pole shift, that causes extreme weather and tidal patterns; which in turns disturbs tectonic plate action and magma fissures. This could of course damage Government's storage facilities for nuclear waste and chemical/biological agents, unleashing the poison onto the population. During all this, we of course will be at war with some country or peoples to add to the mix. Hey, if we're going to talk Armageddon, let's go for it!Life is a Tragedy to those who feel,and a Comedy to those who think.The Coolest Link.
May 16th, 2004 2:16 AM #2
I definately feel that the two famous events (65m and 250m years ago) were triggered by more than one event. It would seem that a big meteorite or comet crash lands, sends shockwaves around the Earth, setting of volcanic events. Makes sense to me Ronin. Nice one.
May 18th, 2004 10:47 PM #3
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May 18th, 2004 11:00 PM #4
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""I definately feel that the two famous events (65m and 250m years ago) were triggered by more than one event. It would seem that a big meteorite or comet crash lands, sends shockwaves around the Earth, setting of volcanic events. Makes sense to me Ronin. Nice one.""
It is already a pretty much accepted fact that when the Yucatan rock hit 65 mil yrs ago the shock waves travelled around the earth and met on the far side of the planet. The result was two areas of massive volcanic activity for a couple of centuries. There is an area in Siberia and an area in NW India (the Deccan Traps) where lava poured out of the earth forming a huge table land thousands of square miles in size and thousands of feet thick.
Amazing how common sense and simple deduction comes to the obvious. The scientists are still confirming this but like you said, "makes sense to me" too.
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