One of my hobbies is theory and analysis. With some of my freetime since I stopped working, I've been doing a lot of reading about history and thinking.
This is a theory on my mind right now. With all that has gone on with Mother Nature recently including the Haiti earthquake, the Japan earthquake and Tsunami, the tornadoes in the southern states of the US, the volcanoes and everything else has got me thinking about several things.
First off, this is just Mother Nature going through her phases. She's done this before in the past. If one were to review their history they would see my point. In the 1800s, early 1900s, there were massive earthquakes and volcanoes like there are now. However, with the Y2K12 kooks as I call them- some people are going to think it's the end of the world.
Sorry, but I think the 2012ers are NUTS. The end of the world isn't coming, it's just going through a change. Humanity will survive well into the future.
If one were to look into the past they'll see what I'm seeing. The Earth is going through a change. It's happened in the past and will continue to happen. I wouldn't be surprised if a major disaster on a larger scale than Katrina happened in the US before the end of this year or next year. I'm not sure what kind of disaster but I kind of expect it. Shit, it could even be Mt. St. Helens or another volcano on the west coast.
Even where I live, we've seen weird weather this year. More rain than I've seen before and an endless spring until recently.
Just look at history. Review it the way I have. However, you're going to have idiots thinking that Y2K12 is real because of all this. It amazes me how dumb some people can be. Personally, I think the whole 2012 is end of the world thing is crap. It's bull. However, some people will use this, the US presidential election and other excuses to prove their point. That's what scares me about this; the capitalization on fear and fearmongering.
Me, I just think it's just the Earth going through changes. With all the human adances I sometimes wonder if some people forget their past. People fear the future, and sometimes I think the Y2K12 thing is that. People are afraid of the future. That's just my thought on some things. In my spare time, I've been working on a larger theory and analysis.
Just wondering what others might think of this theory.