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2003 cataclysm
    #388575 - 09/08/01 11:00 AM (16 years, 16 days ago)

You may or may not have heard about this. According to some the Earth is in for a huge change that will basically kill about 90% of the population. The basic theory is that a giant comet called the 12th Planet, which apparently comes for a visit every 3600 years, will come pretty close to the earth and cause our north and south poles to rotate 90 degrees taking the earth's crust with them.

I'm not a scientist or an astronomer or anything so I really can't judge whether or not this is probable or even possible. However I do have this feeling inside me that we are on the verge of something...it seems like a lot of people are thinking like this recently. Do you think that something like this is possible? And how would/do you feel about it? Some people think that it is a time for the human race to evolve into a higher dimension or something...others just think that we're all gonna die ;)

Anyway I just thought i'd post this because it seems like something everybody would have some kind of opinion on. Heres a page with some links about it: http://sites.netscape.net/gsussnzl/links

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #388583 - 09/08/01 11:20 AM (16 years, 16 days ago)

i read about this on zetatalk.com, according to them, this planet can already be seen approaching, with a telescope or with the naked eye. Also the site claims that many effects upon the earth which are proof of the reality of this situation are already occuring, such as a very recent 6-inch rise in the worlds' shorelines due to the nearing vicinity of the planet. The way this site tells it is very convincing, as if it was all the truth and obviously so for anyone willing to accept all the supposedly true evidence. I believe it could happen, but because i can't verify the evidence they claim for myself i can't be 100% sure.
I've had a gut feeling for a long time like something was gonna happen in the near future where i wouldn't need a job, so why bother about finding a good one and getting set up financialy. Maybe i'm just lazy though ;)



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: mountainbiker]
    #388588 - 09/08/01 11:43 AM (16 years, 16 days ago)

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: lucid_dreams]
    #388605 - 09/08/01 12:14 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

Learn to swim...


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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #388651 - 09/08/01 01:31 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

Well I do know that the earths poles switch every now and then. But I don't know about the earths crust being drug along with them.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #388652 - 09/08/01 01:36 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

I have had this feeling, i dont know if its human nature to feel destructive or something, but i do know i have this feeling. I didnt think it would be a planet, or whatever. All these theory's and prophecy's show a world war 3 coming, or something that is the BIG one, the once that will wipe out earth, leaving only a few left to unite, and find the way, and the new way will be a better way, THE WAY, etc. I am kinda looking forward to it, but am also scared.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #388731 - 09/08/01 03:49 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

The whole "end of the world" theory is as old as society. Every millenium people get scared that the world is going to end at the end of the millenium. It never happens.

And what's this 12th planet theory? There's a 10th planet theory, but as far as I know there isn't a 12th planet theory. What about planets 10 and 11? Where are they?

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #388856 - 09/08/01 07:49 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

I'm supprised no one is talking about the "evolution" into the 4th density... it's kind of a big thing after all.. we're all currently 3rd density beings. Time, distance, 3D are all 3rd density logic. When you think 4th dimensionally, things which don't make sense in 3rd density are perfectly cohereant. Like how hawkings proved mathematically that a sphere can be spinning in two directions at the exact same time... The planet is also know as the wave. It's a step, the next step where humans get to make up for their greed of the past (I doubt any of you have any idea what I'm talking about.. oh well) Know that developing your psi energy is very important. This is the only way to progress to the next step.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: jonnyshaggs420]
    #388880 - 09/08/01 08:32 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

it all hinges on whether the earth's core is solid or liquid.



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: mountainbiker]
    #388975 - 09/08/01 11:38 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

its already happening with the destruction of the environment but thats not as impressive to cult leaders as a meteor destroying the planet but its much more realistic and scary



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: missulena]
    #388981 - 09/08/01 11:46 PM (16 years, 16 days ago)

it is a very frightening thought and even if nothing does happen with this 12th planet, our race has already began the endless destruction of our Earth. I would be scared to take a glimpse of our world when I am middle-aged or dead. Even if we do colonize Mars, who cares?! The Earth has the most beauty of all the planets, hands down. If I could never see a flower or forest again I would just lose my mind. I'd rather die than live in a lifeless martian landscape.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Jared]
    #389165 - 09/09/01 04:30 AM (16 years, 15 days ago)

hey i replied to this before and now my post has gone, what's going on?

basically i asked what you were talking about, how are you developing your psi energy, how does one think 4th dimensionally, isn't time considered to be the 4th dimension......

disappearing posts man...trippy shit....



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Traveller]
    #389203 - 09/09/01 06:54 AM (16 years, 15 days ago)

time is the 4th dimension, music is the 5th



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: HB]
    #389393 - 09/09/01 03:29 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

Personally....I don't think we are destroying the planet.

How egotistical do you have to be to think you, or even we as a collective species, could destroy and entire planet??? I mean, do you really have any idea how enormous and complex the Earth is? We can never possibly come close to destroying the Earth. We can never possibly come close to destroying life. Life will survive, as it has in the past. Some form of it, in some small hole, will survive and thrive again. The Earth has survived a number of mass extinctions. The last was only 65 million years ago and what evidence of it do you see now? Is the Earth a barren landscape, with life barely holding on? No. There's as much life and as much diversity as there was during the time of the dinosaurs.

We can't destroy the Earth. We can't destroy life. We can only destroy ourselves.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: mountainbiker]
    #389397 - 09/09/01 03:33 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

I might be wrong but to something to the rise of the shore lines: the ice on both north and south pole is melting slowly because of global warming ( hopefully the right expression), so it has nothing to do with scary planets coming near to our beloved earth 8)



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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Glitterbaby]
    #389437 - 09/09/01 04:16 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

Beware of the scary 12th planet!!!!

Geesh, it's like a '50s horror movie or something...I'll bet that when the 12th planet comes along its 3600 year journey, all of the planets in the solar system will be aligned, and it will create the fly monster who will kill any remaining life on earth after the poles shift.

On the subject of the ice caps melting a little, there was an interesting show on Discovery about how if they melt too much, it will lower the salinity of the surrounding water to a point that it would disrupt the "global conveyor belt". Apparently the conveyor belt is responsible for cold waters going to tropical oceans, and the warm water going to the poles. So basically without this conveyor belt, we'd have almost a return to an ice age. Isn't it interesting that global warming would be responsible for global cooling?

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: feign]
    #389453 - 09/09/01 04:25 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

I remember reading a theory once (Gaia?) about how the Earth maintains it's own natural equalibrium and that there is really nothing we can do to destroy it. If you push in one direction, the Earth pushes back in another direction and forces equalibrium.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: trendal]
    #389503 - 09/09/01 05:14 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

"during my time here i had this revalation. all other mamals live off of instincts, but not humans. they all have a life cycle and do certain things to help this planet. humans on the other hand dont do that. they go to one place and use up all the natural resources, and then they move to another place and do the same" -they said something similiar to that on the matrix.
we are ruining the planet by making all these buildings, and roads, and using up all the gas. food isnt a problem, it is a continious growing thing. there will be a change in the future though, deffinately.
the only planet that we might be able to live on is venus. the only problem is that there isnt enough gravity so all the oxygen and gases that we need float out into space. this cuases a greenhouse effect so the surface is extremely hot and the water is always boiled and just floats around. we couldnt live on the moon since our bodies would adapt quickly to the low gravity and if we ever wanted to go back to earth then wed get a heart attack. venus is deffinately an option for the future though.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Glitterbaby]
    #389729 - 09/09/01 09:58 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

The recorded global warming over the last few years corresponds directly to the sun's natural fluctuating heat output. My science class did a whole big project on finding out about global warming a few years ago, once I saw those charts I just stopped wondering entirely. Global warming is crap, like the y2k bug. It almost makes sense and has false evidence to back it up. Now as for a cataclysmic world changing event, that's a different story entirely and I feel we're getting pretty damn close.

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Re: 2003 cataclysm [Re: Revelation]
    #389745 - 09/09/01 10:16 PM (16 years, 15 days ago)

I only read the first few posts and the last post, so I don't know what's in between. As far as some planet coming close enough every 3600 years to rotate the earth's crust 90 degrees, that's horseshit. The magnetic poles do shift periodically, but not because of some rogue planet coming by. Global warming is a phenomenon just as ice ages are. The earth has been warmer than it is now, it has been cooler also. The problem though is that human activity is accelerating a natural process. Some organisms will be able to adapt to the rapid change, others will not. The point is, stability makes our lives comfortable. Shaking things up for the Earth is no big deal, it's had much bigger shake-ups. But for organisms that have one short life to live, like each of us, it's not fun. We'd be better off to maintain stability that incur a shake-up.



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