Thursday, May 15, 2008

What's happening here?



In the beginning of May, 2008:

Torandoes almost daily for a week across the US midwest and southeast.
Volcano erupting in Chile.
Huge cyclone in Myanmar and another on the way, killing more than 100,000.
Devasting earthquake in China, killing more than 10,000.
Are these "signs" that things are changing or that things should change?

Pictures from CNN.com

2 Comments:

Blogger Heather said...

Be careful. Most people (though they will not admit it openly) are more apt to believe it's the "Rapture" starting than effects of global warming.

The problem with the Rapture explanation is people welcome it and do nothing.

Grrrrrrrr.

11:50 AM  
Blogger Mitz said...

I want to be "left behind". ;-)

I've been reading a lot about the 2012 prophecies and polar shift and the shift of the earth's electromagnetic fields. Some scientists believe that there was a polar shift/or an electromagnetci field shift thousands of years ago that began with some of the things we're seeing now. The theory is the "shift" caused drastic climate changes and extinctions of large mammals such as the mammoth and the saber-tooth tiger.

I'm sure the way we're treating Mother Earth, without regard to preserving resources also contributes to the weather and geological phenom we're seeing.

As far as I'm concerned, I think the ancient Mayans were far more intelligent than our present government. Unfortunately 2012 is also the year I'm supposed to retire. ;-)

12:22 PM  

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