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Levinus   posted:7/19/2012 12:29:17 AM  (Reply)
Read with caution. I chose a time span of only a month of this posting date. I did this to emphasize the dramatic shift on this planet. I found all of these headlines from guardian.co.uk. Personally, after compiling them, I wish I hadn't. This is particularly troubling to me.
This is deeply unsettling, and probably only best received in the right groups of people. You all have open minds, and aren't afraid of what you don't know. Thus, I imagine the individuals here can look at these headlines with a sense of grim realism.
A synopsis: they are all weather related, and take place in the past 30 days.

• 18 Jul 2012:
A severe storm hit the north-east United States, with NYC experiencing quarter-sized hail, strong winds and heavy rain
• Greece declares state of emergency as wildfires rage near city of Patras
18 Jul 2012: Strong winds and high temperatures fuel blaze six miles from Greece's third largest city
• Native American town in New Mexico struggling to recover from wildfire
18 Jul 2012:
A recent flood has pushed the Santa Clara pueblo to the brink of disaster, and tribe leaders say the government is short on help
• 'Apocalyptic' summer for wildlife – except slugs, says National Trust
16 Jul 2012: Conservationists fear local extinctions of insects, as wet conditions leave many species of plants and animals struggling
• Japan floods kill 26 and leave thousands cut off
15 Jul 2012: Military airlift food by helicopters to stranded areas after torrential rain causes floods and mudslides
• Residents face devastation with neither flood defenses nor respite from the rain
14 Jul 2012: Homes and businesses face devastation because major flood protection plans have been stranded after budget cuts
• Flooding around the world – in pictures
13 Jul 2012:
While the UK has been affected by unusually heavy rain and flooding, many parts of the world often struggle with monsoon rains and flash floods causing severe damage and loss of life
• Alpine avalanche caused by a piece of falling glacier - video
13 Jul 2012:
Avalanche experts and French police explain what caused the Mont Blanc avalanche that killed nine mountain climbers near Chamonix in the French Alps
• Drought leads to declaration of natural disaster in 26 US states
13 Jul 2012: Decision means farmers who have lost crops in more than 1,000 counties are eligible for assistance from government
• Scientists attribute extreme weather to man-made climate change
10 Jul 2012:
Researchers have for the first time attributed recent floods, droughts and heat waves, to human-induced climate change
Russian floods kill 150 and leave thousands homeless
9 Jul 2012:
Anger at Putin regime as officials fail to issue warning before torrential floods hit towns in Krasnodar region
Death toll climbs as swaths of US continue to swelter under heat wave
8 Jul 2012:
More than 24 people have now died as a result of heat wave blanketing much of the Midwest and eastern states
• Torrential rain wreaks havoc across Britain
7 Jul 2012: Homes flooded, road chaos and sports events at risk as 200 flood warnings are issued
• Attabad, the Pakistani mountain village that is now an island
5 Jul 2012: After a landslide created a dam, the village on the Karakoram Highway was cut off – and the rescue effort has been slow
• Power outages leave nearly 1m facing Fourth of July headache
4 Jul 2012:
Utility workers scramble to restore power in homes from Midwest to mid-Atlantic after Friday's storms caused lines to fall
• Indian monsoon floods leave 80 dead and 2 million homeless
2 Jul 2012: Air force dropping food parcels to marooned survivors as worst flooding in a decade hits villages in north-eastern state of Assam
'Derecho' phenomenon responsible for violent line of US storms
Jul 2012:
Rare mix of atmospheric conditions combined to create long-lasting line of thunderstorms that killed 13 across the country
Colorado wildfires visible in video from International Space Station
29 Jun 2012:
As Colorado Springs residents watch homes burn, astronauts on the space station have a different angle on the fires
• Tropical storm Debby finishes its wet slog across Florida as system weakens
26 Jun 2012:
Storm forced evacuations of over 15,000 people along Florida's Gulf coast as floods and rain expected to continue
• Uganda landslides leave scores dead as villages are destroyed
26 Jun 2012: Officials say final death toll may be in hundreds after landslides caused by torrential rain bury homes
• Scientists warn US east coast over accelerated sea level rise
24 Jun 2012: Study says sea level is rising far faster than elsewhere, which could increase incidence of New York flooding
• Floods hit northern England after torrential rain
23 Jun 2012: People have been forced to leave their homes as 140 flood warnings and alerts issued across northern regions

gary107   posted:7/19/2012 1:16:04 PM  (Reply)
every item of NEWS is presented in the most dramatic of headlines. wait until the West Coast gets it's quake. Hollywood writers can really present the material. this is the 11th year of a solar cycle.
Jaxerback   posted:7/20/2012 5:25:13 PM  (Reply)
19/07/2012..some nutter from Denver Colorado,decides to attack innocent civilians in a cinema..go figure!!
Levinus   posted:7/20/2012 10:34:17 PM  (Reply)
Nutter? The kid was a grad-level neuroscience major with an exceptionally high GPA.

I have a couple theories about him:

Firstly, it was a hit, not a random act. Why do I say this? He was equipped with tactical gear, and had smoke (possible tear gas) grenades. You can't buy ballistic armor as a civilian. And every gun purchase flags a federal database, which you are logged into. Though you have the right to purchase (some) weaponry, frequent and often purchases trigger flags at stores and your sale is declined. Pretty common.

So somehow, this grad med student acquired all of this gear and demonstrated tactical paramilitary training to randomly...shoot batman fans? He TIMED his attack for the shooting scene. He wore a groin guard, which is something only a trained serviceman knows to do. Most people figure Guns + Civilians = Long distance moving targets. This guy was geared for close hand-to-hand and small arms combat. Which means he expected resistance, even when cooperating fully with police. So who was he shooting that was going to resist him?

This kid was a genius, well aware of his actions...well educated in psychological disorders. He would have known to get help if he needed it. Likewise, his professors would have spotted it a mile away.

Then he just...turns himself in? No. My guess is that one or two of the people who were shot were supposed to die. Government hit? Did someone voice their opinions? Or is this just a ruse for the regime to now strip us of our 2nd amendment rights? Especially now that the NDAA has effectively removed our fourth.

My second theory.... Those canisters... What was in them? No one showed any symptoms of tear gas exposure. No vomiting, blurry vision, burning skin... And the coverage was too thin for smoke. And as far as I know, no concussions from a flashbang.

He wore a gas mask, if I'm correct. Which means, he didn't want exposure to a chemical weapon. He was a neurologist... What the hell did he make in those canisters? He knew the risks of inhalation and acted accordingly. Was his goal to disperse a chemical weapon? Shooting a few of the exposed would be a perfect guise for the exposure...because everyone would be focused on treating ballistic wounds, not doing blood toxin screenings. Something only a person with Emergency Room experience would know.

Really weird. We'll see how it plays out.
ufoz   posted:7/21/2012 6:10:47 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:7/20/2012 10:34:17 PM  (Reply)
Nutter? The kid was a grad-level neuroscience major with an exceptionally high GPA.

I have a couple theories about him:

Firstly, it was a hit, not a random act. Why do I say this? He was equipped with tactical gear, and had smoke (possible tear gas) grenades. You can't buy ballistic armor as a civilian. And every gun purchase flags a federal database, which you are logged into. Though you have the right to purchase (some) weaponry, frequent and often purchases trigger flags at stores and your sale is declined. Pretty common.

So somehow, this grad med student acquired all of this gear and demonstrated tactical paramilitary training to randomly...shoot batman fans? He TIMED his attack for the shooting scene. He wore a groin guard, which is something only a trained serviceman knows to do. Most people figure Guns + Civilians = Long distance moving targets. This guy was geared for close hand-to-hand and small arms combat. Which means he expected resistance, even when cooperating fully with police. So who was he shooting that was going to resist him?

This kid was a genius, well aware of his actions...well educated in psychological disorders. He would have known to get help if he needed it. Likewise, his professors would have spotted it a mile away.

Then he just...turns himself in? No. My guess is that one or two of the people who were shot were supposed to die. Government hit? Did someone voice their opinions? Or is this just a ruse for the regime to now strip us of our 2nd amendment rights? Especially now that the NDAA has effectively removed our fourth.

My second theory.... Those canisters... What was in them? No one showed any symptoms of tear gas exposure. No vomiting, blurry vision, burning skin... And the coverage was too thin for smoke. And as far as I know, no concussions from a flashbang.

He wore a gas mask, if I'm correct. Which means, he didn't want exposure to a chemical weapon. He was a neurologist... What the hell did he make in those canisters? He knew the risks of inhalation and acted accordingly. Was his goal to disperse a chemical weapon? Shooting a few of the exposed would be a perfect guise for the exposure...because everyone would be focused on treating ballistic wounds, not doing blood toxin screenings. Something only a person with Emergency Room experience would know.

Really weird. We'll see how it plays out.
I must say. i appreciate the detail, both theories sound quite possible in today's world.
Jaxerback   posted:7/21/2012 5:22:42 PM  (Reply)
The guy is a nutter of the highest order,there is no conspiracy,he is a result of the gun culture in America!!
As you know young people with access to deadly weapons will,now and again probably use them.
If I had an uzi 30 years ago...I can think of situations when I probably would have used it.
Get your heads out of your arses and ban guns..ffs!!
gary107   posted:7/25/2012 3:22:46 AM  (Reply)
high up in those mountains we get less oxygen to the brain, the history of wacked out folks doing these kinds of killings up there speaks for itself.
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/16/2012 12:00:50 PM  (Reply)
earaiza   posted:9/24/2012 7:44:28 PM  (Reply)
I also agree with Levinus in the subject that James Holmes was used to strip us of our 2nd amendment. Think about it, he was a smart guy, had everything going for him and all of sudden he goes on this crazy rampage?

There is this theory that's been going around that the Government used Scopolamine, a wild flower that is grown and frequently used in Columbia. The street name is Devil's Breath and the side affects are insane. This drug, once you swallow, smell in a strong dose, or somehow consume it, will strip you of your free will and the person under the influence follows any orders that are given.
This link provides a documentary of the Scopolamine plant and more information about it: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/worlds-scariest-drug/

When this drug wears out the subject has no recall of what they did, but under the influence they think common sense, walk, talk, like if it was just an ordinary day.

I believe the Government could have used this smart young man because: a) He lived alone and had no one that could have noticed anything out of the ordinary. b) He had resources, as a grad student in a neuroscience program, he had a lot of chemicals and equipment within his reach and had the mind that can put them to use. c) No one suspects someone like him to commit something so gruesome. It was also strange that in his appearances in court he seemed dazed and odd. There were also statements that he couldn't remember what or how it happened.

I know it's a pretty far stretched theory but something about this whole situation doesn't seem right.
But you can't blame a girl for trying to make some connections.

Jaxerback   posted:9/29/2012 9:12:21 PM  (Reply)
Believe it or not Lev if you look back through the meteorological records you will find headlines such as that every year!


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