60 inches of rain in two days in Phillipenes, another 4 major volcanic eruptions in four days, another 10 biblical storms worldwide in past five days, another 6 heatwaves globally in past week, another five wildlife mass die offs in past five days, another three viruses that are mutating past week!! Psszz is completely right, again. Screw you mankind, you destroyed our lives with Cern lhc. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17488868
Hype much? You could work for the mainstream media. Volcanoes have been erupting on a regular basis for millions of years, so nothing new there. This is monsoon, typhoon and hurricane season -- there are bound to be deluges somewhere in the equatorial regions. It's also summer in the northern hemisphere -- there are bound to be heatwaves. 'Tis also the season for wildfires, and mass die-offs have occurred with sad regularity over the decades and centuries and millennia. Viruses also constantly mutate -- that's how they survive. Oh -- and those geeks at CERN are not representative of all of mankind, so I'm no sure why our species as a whole should screw itself.
Yes, the earth is going through changes; it always goes through changes. The current changes appear to be more vigorous than at other times, but that's still no reason to panic and head for the hills. When it's panic time, we'll know. Not that it's going to make much of a difference for us down here in the cheap seats (unless we find ourselves a nice deep cave with a built-in spring, high above the water line).
Yes, blazar is coming. Evidence abounds in the form of the so-called ribbon, bubbles, wave, fluff, etc., but it doesn't serve any purpose to hype what are essentially normal manifestations of a peak solar period. Blazar will come when it's time. Keep in mind that all of these manifestations can also be man-made; the technology is certainly there.
When we've collectively earned blazar, we will get it. In the meantime, go out there and do something unexpectedly nice for someone. The more good we do, the longer it will take for blazar to arrive.