There have been some very bizarre going's on in the last few months that have me wondering...
Just a few months ago, there were a number of volcanic eruptions - including volcanoes that have been dormant for a very long time.
Recently, there have been reports of many dead crows and other birds falling from the skies and over 2,000,000 (2 million) fish found dead in one place alone.
This just doesn't seem right to me. And, on top of that, here in the UK, we have seen more snow in the last few weeks, than in the last few years. There have also been a couple of earthquakes detected too which is very, very unusual for the UK.
I'm wondering if something is going on at the core of the Earth that we don't know about which is causing all of this to happen?
I don't know if this is down to the damage caused by us careless, selfish human beings, or if it is simply that the Earth is over-populated and was never designed to have so many beings on it at once and the overload is causing a damage or worse still, a complete shutdown.
I also wonder if some scientists are aware of this too, but the governments in various countries have quietened them to save panic (or more likely to cover their own asses).
In fact, speaking of a government cover up... This leads me back to a post I did last year at the first outbreak of Swine Flu. What if the government knew what was happening to the planet at that time and so Swine Flu was a way of population control as a last ditch attempt to try and stop it from happening? Even if that is the case, who gives them the right to play God?
I bet if the shit hits the fan, the governments' and anyone they consider important have several space shuttles at the ready to take them off to the moon they colonized on many years ago - think about, the US and Russia and even now the UK (amongst other places I think?) all have million or billion pound space programmes - do we really believe they still haven't progressed any further than their faked moon landing 50-odd years ago?
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