Sunday, April 15, 2012

Weird Stuff Going on All Over the Earth - A Real Life X-Files



I used to love that TV show, "X-Files." Remember that agent Mulder had the poster that said, "I want to Believe"? Well, watch this video.




This was just sent to me. It is pretty weird... I don't want to believe.... WTF?




Besides this, there's also a report that Mount Fuji seems to be coming back to life! Please refer to:



Reports are appearing about unrest and signs of a possible awakening of Mt Fuji volcano in Japan. According to a report which includes an unclear photo of the area, a row of new craters, the largest 50 m in diameter, has appeared on the eastern flank of the volcano at 2200 m elevation. Steam was observed erupting from these vents. The observation joins other signs suggesting a gradual reawakening: A swarm of earthquakes including 4 of magnitude 5 have occurred northeast of Mt Fuji on and after 28 January. An earlier 6.4M quake occurred under the volcano on 15 March 2011. The report also mentions increased activity from a fumarole vent at 1500 m elevation and hot spring areas at the eastern flank observed since 2003. These locations seem to be aligned geographically, and are probably connected. Dr. Masaaki Kimura of Ryukyu University is quoted to admit that there is an increased risk of an eruption on the eastern flank and that the status of the volcano should be closely monitored. Mt. Fuji last erupted in 1707, some 305 years ago.  
This does not imply that the world is going to end in 2012... It just implies that there's a bunch of weird stuff going on!... Call me crazy, but... Isn't this exciting (sort of)?
Folks, I post this information is for entertainment purposes... But, I just had a thought. If you consider that an ancient civilization like the Mayans lived in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, Belize, Guatamala, Northern El Salvador and Honduras then that was their entire world. The Mayans claimed the world would end in 2012. Considering that the Pacific Ring of Fire has become so active the last two years, maybe that's what they meant.

Yikes!

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