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I think it almost always stems from tangential motivations rather than the stated ones.
I'm really interested in seeing how this "2012" meme plays out. Usually, it seems that apocalyptic prophesy is only spread by the super-crazies (fundamentalist Christians, messianic Chabad Jews, etc), but a frighteningly large number of (otherwise only slightly crazy/dirty hippie) people seem to be buying into 2012. I hope that, as we get closer and closer to their "end date," we start seeing a flurry of activity, culminating in an entirely anti-climactic "I told you so." It would be entertaining, at the very least.
It will be exactly like y2k.
So, a horde of engineers and computer scientists will work tirelessly for years prior to the event in order to avert the otherwise inevitable catastrophe?
Educate yourself seems to be well not very educationalBut damn do they have a lot of time to write this stuff up.
To give you a short answer, the Illuminati (the secret government) has both alien and human advanced technology that is roughly 100 YEARS ahead of anything that is known to conventional acience. They can CURE any disease known to man and can TIME REVERSE any damage or pathological effect from breathing chemtrails. They also have alien technology that can REVERSE THE AGING PROCESS. It's not an accident that well connected Illuminati elites like Edward Teller (who may or may NOT actually be dead) or the Queen mother of England live to such an extraordinary old age.
It will be exactly like y2k.So, a horde of engineers and computer scientists will work tirelessly for years prior to the event in order to avert the otherwise inevitable catastrophe?
Back on topic, I'm severely disappointed that this threat was over a hundred messages long and contained no actual scientific discussion on the fluoridation of water.
That's because there's no discussion to be had. Flouridation of water is great, just like iodized salt. Only conspiracy nuts think otherwise.
That's because there's no discussion to be had. Flouridation of water is great, just like iodized salt. Only conspiracy nuts think otherwise.Well, Too much fluoridation is bad :-p
Educate yourself seems to be well not very educationalBut damn do they have a lot of time to write this stuff up.That's some weapons grade escalating crazy right there. There's no point in trying to refute it. Just write off anyone who isn't convinced by the following question:"You realize that's an utterly batshit crazy web site, right?"If they have read and substantial portion of the site, and do not agree with you, then there is no hope. Abort conversation.
Too much water is bad. If you tried to hurt yourself with flouride by drinking water, you would die of too much water first.
I'm pretty sure too much Fluoride would kill you at a smaller dose.. but I was just making a dosage argument that is largely not what you are talking about :-p
Too much water is bad. If you tried to hurt yourself with flouride by drinking water, you would die of too much water first.@_@
The point is that the amount of floridness in water is so small that in order to be hurt by it, you would have to drink stupid amounts of water, and the fluoride wouldn't be the first thing that gets you.
Something is life saving at one level and then lethal at others. It's something people never understand completely.
It's a shame you can't buy Mercurochrome in stores anymore.
You can't buy mercurochrome in stores anymore? When did this happen?It's a good thing I hoarded some.