Nuh not really.
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Nuh not really.
Never heard of it, in anycase I wouldn't care!! Ain't nothing gonna happen. Those who are afraid, take it easy. They said the same crap about 6/6/6 and ain't nothin happen!!! It ain't that serious, if you dwell on it then something might happen.......to you!!
Uh ya know what, give it a rest already!!! That's totally stupid!! I can predict some crap like that. I've never heard of this Doom's day hub bub. This thread should be closed!! I don't really respond in a ignorant way like this but this really is makin me so mad!! Forgive me if I offend anyone in my rampage!!!
I'm a very scientific person, but believe in the supernatural because it can be PROVED by science.
I'm not sure exactly what to believe. If she has made all those predictions, then who knows? I suppose... we will find out in four years...
Think back to Y2K. That never happened. But that woman predicted other things... but, so far she hasn't predicted the end of the world and gotten it right, no? No. So, I don't believe it, I don't think...
The thing about apocalypse predictions is that there are so many of them. Their was Y2K. The world was going to end on June 6th, 2006 at 6 o-clock (or so I heard). I'm sure there are others. But last time I checked, I'm still alive. And the world is to... so I'm a bit skeptical <_<.
Predicting and having to expect fully is a total difference.
Predicting is guessing. There is a fifty fifty chance.
I really cant explain this better though.
But I really cant decide a side with this topic.
Japan is already ready for the global warming flood.
Hey... I give them props man.
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there are so many things to be problematized.. so better deal with what should be dealt in the present, instead of worrying about predictions that may not come true.. >.<
MOVE ON. DO SOMETHING BETTER.
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