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All of this is coused by massive amounts of powerfull Time Traveling Jumps at the same time during each Earthquake cousing a Jump in Energy Rise of the planet of the Earth creating and cousing the many different higher frequencies within the Space/Time Field of Subspace and Hyperspace as each and every many Individual Time Jump happens. This shows that when every Time Jump or Time Traveling Event happens it creates a different Timeline, Timestream, Worldline etc... etc... and such as and as well as alters the current Timeline and changes the cource of History as each event takes place on those maps. But when each Time Jump happens not only does it change the Timeline, Timestream, Worldline etc... etc.. but it then creates and couses major and small Earthquakes to happen becuse of the Shifting of the Shifting of Time itself. When each Time Travel travels into our time not only the Timeline, Timestream, Worldline etc... etc.. changes but the vary force of the event couses a shifting within Time itself then inturns couses a physical Earthuake itself by Shifting the Physical Earth itself. Thus by the extreme levels of the various different higher frequencies within the Space/Time Field of Subspace and Hyperspace as each and every many Individual Time Jump happens this is the Proof of Physical Time Travel.

brandonkeys@live.com, Indigo Society 36 Comments [3/1/2012 4:18:42 AM]
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cdcdrr

That makes perfect sense. Because as we all know, to do the Time Warp it's just a jump to the left...

3/1/2012 4:29:25 AM

Jeff D.

Wait... So, these time travelers have the resources to travel time, but not to arrive far enough away to keep their destination from getting hit by aftershocks? Sure, why not.

3/1/2012 4:44:18 AM

jsonitsac

I think the OP might be saying that earthquakes are caused by time travelers. I think.

3/1/2012 5:12:48 AM

Bollox

Man, the Doctor has gone downhill lately.

3/1/2012 5:37:23 AM

Grimsoncrow

I have no idea what he's trying to say, but then, English is not my first language...Those mostrously long sentences of gibberish quite literally make my eyes hurt,though."Punctuation,Moterf****r, do you know it??"

3/1/2012 5:48:05 AM

Rob aka Mediancat

English IS my first language, and I still can't make head or tail of this. Nor, I suspect, do I want to.

3/1/2012 5:51:23 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Is Bran Donkeys a schizophrenic? Because at the rate he's going, his next post will rival Time Cube...

Why must Americans be like this? Even the ones who aren't conservative fundies are still crazy. There is truly no escape from the madness.

3/1/2012 6:10:14 AM

Leliel

@ Brendan Rizzo

Is your name Headache?

Because you just took one, demonstrably schizophrenic post and used it as an indictment against all Americans.

PROTIP: Anti-American Fundies are still Fundies.

3/1/2012 7:32:17 AM

Doubting Thomas

OK, but what's "cousing" your total lack of spelling & grammatical skills?

3/1/2012 7:42:50 AM



Insane word salad: when you absolutely, positively can not stand to subscribe to the easily explained and well supported theories of modern science.

3/1/2012 8:02:01 AM

Brendan Rizzo

@ Leliel:

No, I am not Headache, nor do I like the man.

But in any case, this isn't just one isolated incident. This is consistent. The majority of people quoted here are American, in a way that is disproportionate to their actual population. If it weren't so endemic I wouldn't be going on about it. When was the last time a politician, not just some random person with an Internet connection, from outside the US got quoted here? (And if you mention ministers of Islamic theocracies, that just proves my point.)

3/1/2012 8:33:41 AM

Pule Thamex

@ Brendan Rizzo

You ask "Why must Americans be like this?"

I've always thought the following Isaac Asimov quotation went someway to answering your question:-

"There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." - Isaac Asimov


3/1/2012 9:45:23 AM

whatever

Large Amounts Of Unnecessary Capitalisation Is Always Convincing.

3/1/2012 9:54:32 AM



Winning the prize for the first post on CSTDT so utterly incomprehensible I couldn't even begin to read it.

3/1/2012 10:11:17 AM

Power Skunk

Did I just have a stroke?

3/1/2012 11:26:59 AM

Papabear

I always prefer Italian dressing with my word salad.

3/1/2012 12:02:41 PM

ange

@ Brendan Rizzo

You want a crazy non-American politician spouting lunatic bullshit in the public sphere? I give you Nadine Dorries British MP from Bedfordshire, accusing humanists of being in love with infanticide (again).

(Edited to change "pubic" to "public". I don't want to even typo allude to Nadine's pubic sphere).

3/1/2012 12:11:53 PM

Ryushikaze

Even the ones who aren't conservative fundies are still crazy.

This is why you're being compared to headache, Rizzo. That's a mighty broad brush you've decided to tar an entire nation with.

As for non american's quoted here, there's Garvan Ellison. Roman Catholics in europe have been quoted several times recently, and if you follow the link to the source, a British and a Brazilian person are also indigo loonies.

It's nothing to do with nationality. It's everything to do with being a motherfucking loon.

3/1/2012 12:15:55 PM

Flah

This is one of those programs designed to write Postmodern essays, isn't it? It's just been retooled to write about time travel and earthquakes.

3/1/2012 12:20:25 PM

Bollox

Rizzo, all it is, is that this is an American site, founded, run and mostly frequented by Americans, who aren't as a rule especially interested in other countries politics (and why should they be). You want to redress the balance, go find and submit batshit quotes by Nick Griffin, Jean-Marie le Pen, Pauline Hanson, Silvio Berlusconi, Vladimir Putin, various Kims, any number of insane frummers in the Knesset, Christoph Blocher, et cetera, et cetera.

3/1/2012 12:27:50 PM

Flah

@ Brendan Rizzo

The reason you see so many Americans in here is because America is a very large country. You can't just look at the total number of lunatics, but also the ratio of lunatics per capita.

I'm sure there are plenty of conspiracy nuts in non-English speaking countries. Except that most of the people on this site probably don't know how to read Chinese or Spanish or whatnot, so they don't visit places where those are the lingua franca.

3/1/2012 12:30:29 PM

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3/1/2012 4:40:26 PM

werewolf

Well, all I can say is there ought be laws and rules passed by Congress to regulate this time travel business immediately. We can't let this anarchic state of affairs continue like this.

I'm writing my Congressman about this. He's a Republican. He'll know what to do.

3/1/2012 8:41:25 PM



I just want to know what a "couse" is. I figure when that is defined I may have the key to deciphering this puzzle of words.

3/2/2012 4:06:54 PM

aaa

Try writing better so i might be able to comprehend what you are saying. You might be saying something about time travel, but your prose is so awful that it might as well be about roman chariot racing.

3/2/2012 5:58:45 PM
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